To celebrate the release of my brand new ebook 50 Tips for Killer Techno Tracks, I’m sharing with you some of the very BEST advice my guests on this show have given for aspiring producers.
Featuring tips from techno legends Dubfire and Alan Oldham, and rising stars Mha Iri, Habischman, and Roberto, this episode is packed full of knowledge bombs to help accelerate your progress as a producer.
If you’re a techno producer aiming to release their tracks on their favourite underground labels, then this episode is for you!
And make sure to download the new ebook which covers everything you need to know from drums, groove, basslines, lead sounds, FX, workflow and mindset, plus it features exclusive tips from those featured in today’s podcast.
Plus it features exclusive tips from producers like Dubfire, Habischman, Mha Iri and many more!
Download your free copy now at: techno.finishmoremusic.com
- Whatever it is you do, you have to try to be as honest with yourself and with your art as possible.
- Focus on the work, and the work will take care of itself.
- Have an open mindset when it comes to success, the road to it is not always straightforward.
- Write music every day, and when you do, do nothing else.
- Don’t worry too much about the bad patches – accept that they happen and that they will go away.
- Create your idea, and let it play its course.
Listen to each episode in full:
- FMM069 – Dubfire
- FMM017 – Mha Iri: The Workflows & Mindset of a Techno Producer
- FMM112 – Alan Oldham
- FMM086 – Tom Schippers: How just one thing can change everything
- FMM040 – Roberto: Being True To Yourself As An Artist
- FMM035 – JIMMYZKINZ : The Benefits Of Being Prolific At Finishing
- FMM020 – Habischman: I Don’t Like Excuses in Life
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