Top Audio Production Posts for Beginners to Read

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Here’s a quick look at 3 different posts for beginners who are trying to get into audio production. I assure you, this list will grow with the blog in time. These guides are a primer for future posts that will reach deeper into other branches of audio.

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f you’re here, then you probably love music. That’s actually a really important first step because if you don’t know how to appreciate the craft, you probably won’t enjoy music production. Being an effective audio engineer and/or producer depends partly on the ability to translate musical and technical concepts interchangeably. It’s all about maintaining a solid appreciation for music while remaining in a constant state of learning inside and outside of the studio. If you can’t stomach it, then it might not be for you.

Then again, who am I to judge? You don’t need to know everything about music, but you need to know something and be willing to build upon it. Look at it this way: Everything you learn now will make you a better engineer/producer in the long run.

Here are 3 posts I’ve written that are great for beginners. They’re based around frequently asked questions.

What do I need to build a home studio?

So you want to assemble a home recording rig? Whether you want to explore a new hobby or establish a budding career in audio production, I want to help you seek out the necessary equipment. Start with How to Build a Home Recording Studio for Beginner Audio Engineers

I heard about it…but is it true?

It’s a big world. People talk. You’ll hear a lot of conflicting information out there. If you’re just getting started, you might want to check out this post:5 Common Misconceptions About Audio Production

I’m interested in the music industry. Should I consider a degree?

I often hear the question along the lines of, “Is it worth going to college to land a career in the music industry?” The question is complicated to answer, but I have plenty of advice to offer to those of you who are considering a career in music. This post is for you:Is a Degree in Audio Production or Music Business Worth It?


For more guides, make sure to visit Tips -> Audio. There, you’ll find a growing digest of insightful posts and other supplemental material. I update the blog regularly, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact me to leave a suggestion about what you’re interested in seeing on the blog.

As always, thank you so much for reading!

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