One of the first things you should do when you start making music with a friend is ask them. I’m sure you’ve heard the famous saying, “Ask your friends for help.” But don’t be afraid to ask:
“What do my friends sing if I sing?”
Or “What can I do that they can’t at home?”
“What do some other musicians do that other people can’t?”
One of my favorite books is about how to start: How to Build Your Own Band by Jeff Green. Check ’em out if you haven’t heard them or if you’re just thinking about starting. And, if you’re just getting started, it’d be a good idea to check out this awesome DIY video that gives you a few hints to what you need to do and what you can look for later on.
And, lastly, I also recommend you check out this handy online course on playing and editing music.
What about mixing?
I’m not going to get too much into mixing but one of the coolest things I learned about starting is how to start a group. If you were to ask any musician to start a band, you would likely hear mixed-up, incoherent nonsense. (As if it was their original music!) So when it comes to creating music, you need to be as organized as possible if you want to create anything but a mess and your first impression is going to be priceless.
But, this all being said, I will say that it doesn’t hurt to have a few helpers who can help you mix if you’re just starting and also keep track of all the parts of the recording process.
You want the mix to be as clean as you can make it and have the highest quality possible, in my opinion. Here’s some of the most important things to look for…
Low-level sound with high presence: If there is too much low-level sound from the kick drums, snare, etc., you will have a lot to work with in the mix and the drums and bass won’t be able to stand on their own.
If there is too much low-level sound from the kick drums, snare, etc., you will have a lot to work with in the mix and the drums and bass won’t be able to stand on their own. Low-level sound with great detail and impact: If the drum-room sounds aren’t present in the mix and nothing else helps your
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