How to Produce Your Music at Home Without a Studio

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Every young artist out there struggles with recording and producing their music. The studio recording fees are pretty hefty. It sometimes takes longer for new artists to get their music produced, especially if they cannot afford the studio recording sessions and music production fees.

This article will look at how you can produce your music at home without a studio.

1.Write the song

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Every recording requires a great piece, and there is no way you can produce the music without a written project of your song. 

A good song will grow as it goes along, leading us down a familiar road with surprises along the way to make sure we’re paying attention. The melody will combine with the harmony nicely , with repetition used to help the listener get used to the chord progression before moving on to the next section. 

2.Use your phone for recording your audio

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The current technology has made it easy to do everything with our gadgets. Audio recording is one of those things. With just a phone, all you need is earphones and your lyrics to start recording. You can do as many trials as possible until you are satisfied with your audio.

3.Utilize free beats

Any type of music requires beats. Now, since you are doing home production without any studio pieces of equipment to make your beats, and purchasing one may be too costly, how about you utilize the free beats that have already been produced.

 In most cases, the producers of those beats only want to be acknowledged when you use their work, and how hard can that be? So, instead of worrying about the costs of buying a beat for your music, you can save that money and use it in other areas of your music production.

If you already know how to produce beats, then you can utilize free drum kits and keys plugins to make your production easy. 

4.Arrange and track your work

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Arranging involves the variety of instruments played in each section, how they are organized, and how the sections themselves are structured within the song’s larger timeline.

On the other hand, tracking is the method of recording the different instruments used to perform a song. A song is usually recorded one track at a time. Any time you record a new track, you can hear all of the previous ones. 

These two steps are essential in ensuring that you end up with a good piece when you finally launch your song.

5.Mix your vocals using free software

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A recording is just a step towards good music. The next step  is to mix your vocals and edit your recording to eliminate any noise. Among the many equipment that you will require, one of the most vital is a good screen. Investing in modern technology such as that found in a transparent LED video wall ensures you gain access to high-quality video outputs as you do your work. A high-quality display will allow you to see all your audio channels and thus making the creative process easy.

6.Use free music production software

There are free software that one can use in their music production. 

Audacity

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It’s a digital audio editor. Its primary function is to control and edit audio rather than assist you in arranging numerous tracks into a cohesive album.

It is open-source software compatible with Windows, OS X, and Linux operating systems, meaning everybody has access to it.

The interface is straightforward to learn and use right away, and it provides a wide range of effects and tools for you to play with before you level those effects up with plugins.

FL Studio

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It’s about the best digital audio workstation. It allows you to make your beats and edit them in the same channel. There are many free FL studio plugins that you can utilize and make your beats at home. There are also guidelines on mixing audio using FL studio.

Mixing and editing the audio is essential to ensure that the final product is a masterpiece with no errors whatsoever. 

7. Master your song

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Once you are done with your music production, it’s time to release it to the world. Now, you cannot do this without a good cover. You can use adobe photoshop and adobe illustrator, whichever works for you, to make a good cover for your music. 

Photoshop has lots of PSD files that you can use to create your cover. Just be sure you know what you want and go for it. You can freely download photoshop if you do not have it. Also, ensure that your cover is catchy to make it more appealing.

8.Launch your music

Once you have listened to your music and ensured that it’s of good quality, attach the music to  the song. This can be done after effects and adobe premier. Again, these are free, and their interface is relatively easy to use. Attaching the cover to the music seems like quite a process, but it’s not. You can then launch it and walla, your final music project!

The Bottom Line

Music production can be very costly, and not everyone can afford it. This, however, should not limit you if you are passionate about getting your music out there. You can start with the things you have. Use free beats, record using your phone, and utilize free digital audio workstations such as Audacity and FL studio.