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Producers! What do you struggle with the most?

I need your help to make a better product together

In 2015 I started “Advice” series to help aspiring producers learn about music production tips, DJ’ing tricks, the industry insights, and more aspects of the music career which typically hidden from those who need this knowledge the most.

“Advice”, the weekly knowledge exchange

And while this blog serves a useful purpose, basically it’s just a random topics with no connections in between; those who just getting started may find it difficult to get any use of it. It’s like a puzzle, you can’t see the big picture with missing pieces.

So, I would like to make something special — an educational course. Not just one-on-one Skype sessions, but a complete online course so everyone could learn from how to get started with a DAW to releasing on a record label and playing on a gig. Step-by-step in a coherent way.

Why I don’t give one-on-one lessons

But to make this course really tailored for those who need it, I would like to ask for your opinion. Several questions, in fact: about your current experience, career goals, difficulties you are struggling with, and expectations about the course.

Please, take a moment to take a survey:

... or send me an email if you have some thoughts on this that you would like to share in a free form.

I don’t want to give any promise when (or if, at all) I’ll be able to launch this course, but if it sounds interesting to you — put your email address in there so you’ll be notified about any news.

And share this post to your friends who might be interested in learning music production.

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