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Useful links to checkout in music production

Updated: Apr 8


Last Updated: 18th Jan, 2024


1. Production Expert


The guys from production expert provides good information ranging from production tips to the latest technology in the world of audio and music production. It is a great place to learn audio production and do research on what gears and technology to invest.



2. Producer Like a Pro


Hosted by Warren Huat, he discuss and teaches everything within the scope of music production. It is a good alternative place to learn and gain informations in music production.



3. Andertons Music (Sound Like...)


This is one of the many segments of their videos that can be a very good resource especially if you need to know how to recreated certain sounds for guitars and basses.



4. Cambridge Music Technology


Cambridge Music Technology web site, where you can find out more about the studio services, workshops, and publications offered by award-winning engineer and best-selling author Mike Senior. There is a huge extensive resource in audio engineering and music production on the website. There is also a huge library of multi-track stems that you can download to practice mixing and mastering.



5. Mix with The Masters


This is a paid service. However, you will have access to insights from many of the world renown engineers and producers. All the engineers and producer that is part of Mix with The Master are often the people that are on the top of the industry. They do also share some of their content on youtube for no cost. I would only recommend this to intermediate and advance level learners in music production. As many of the concepts discussed have profound and nuanced meanings. This is particularly beneficial for those who have a good understanding of music production fundamentals



6. RTW (Loudness Delivery Standards)


One of the top metering company in the world RTW keeps an updated audio content loudness delivery standard document for almost all commercial platform.



7. REW (Room Acoustics Software)


REW is free software for room acoustic measurement, loudspeaker measurement and audio device measurement. The audio measurement and analysis features of REW help you optimise the acoustics of your listening room, studio or home-theater and find the best locations for your speakers, subwoofers and listening position. It includes tools for generating audio test signals; measuring SPL and impedance; measuring frequency and impulse responses; measuring distortion; generating phase, group delay and spectral decay plots, waterfalls, spectrograms and energy-time curves; generating real time analyser (RTA) plots; calculating reverberation times; calculating Thiele-Small parameters; determining the frequencies and decay times of modal resonances; displaying equaliser responses and automatically adjusting the settings of parametric equalisers to counter the effects of room modes and adjust responses to match a target curve.



8. Rick Beato YouTube Channel


Rick Beato talks about all things music on his YouTube channel. It is one of the most fun and interesting YouTube channel with high quality content that covers anything from music theory, song writing, song analysis, music production to interviews with some of the greats in the music industry.



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