An introduction to who i am (must read)
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2018-01-15 at 20:56:25 #36346,lewisParticipant
Here’s a somewhat introduction..
Hello to whoever is reading this, My name is Lewis aka Surka (cheesy ass introduction, i apologize haha) – I am 17 and currently residing in Warwickshire, Uk.
On with the music..
So I’ve been producing for a while now (around 4 years this february) and it seems as though (not to brag at all, sorry) that i adapt to other genres very easily, not that I’m good at creating the music that stylizes those genres but more to do with picking up the characteristics of the genres as a whole.
I’ve been practicing making dnb for a while now and it seems as though the dnb scene is a lot harder to get into, I’ve been wanting to get some contacts too so for the mean time i’ve been trying to get in contact with people that just might take me under there wing and teach me a few things because being the age i am, i don’t expect myself to know it all and be a wise ol’ goat yet lol
so here i am, trying my luck to see if anyone will acknowledge me and listen to my crappy music 🙂
I appreciate everyone who reads this and listens to my music!!! <3
2018-01-25 at 19:23:14 #36491,dave [rom]Participant
I’ve been studying and practicing producing dnb for over a decade now, and i get where you’re coming from about looking for a mentor/apprenticeship. Let me attempt to save you years of time and frustration and tell you that most likely ain’t gonna happen. Trust me, it’s hard enough even if you have friends who are pro-level producers. The good news is that you’re in the right place! A Sample Genie subscription will give you access to far more knowledge and resources than someone “taking you under their wing” will ever give you, for real. And having only one person teaching you kinda puts you into a limited box of skill set. Even if you’re learning good techniques, you’re still only going to learn how to do things the way that person does them, which could be a major damper on finding your own sound.
btw you’re links are busted 😉
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