5 Big Mistakes By Electronic Music Producers

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With the popularity of electronic dance music and the increased accessibility of technology, more and more people are learning to express themselves and their talents through electronic music. These new producers submit their creations for all the world to see in hopes of becoming one of the next big names in the industry.

The motivation to keep pushing through failures and keep fighting for success can make even a mediocre person extraordinary.

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Sadly, sometimes being noticed with such a large influx of new producers can be difficult and a lot of people make some very common mistakes that keep them from reaching their goal. In the following article, we will go through 5 of the biggest mistakes new producers make when trying to reach stardom and how you can avoid them.

  1. Lack of a unique style. So many producers now sound like cookie-cutter clones of already popular artists. I cannot express how important it is to stand out from the crowd. To have someone hear your music for the first time and say, “I’ve never heard anything like this before,” is huge.
  2. Lack of social media. Surprisingly, some producers don’t use social media or only use a limited number of social media outlets. Social media is one of the most important tools if you know how to use it correctly.
  3. Charging people for your music. A lot of new producers seem to run into a problem with this one. Everyone wants to make a quick buck or two and as soon as they get the option to post their music exclusively on Beatport, iTunes, etc. they quickly take that option.
  4. No drive. As cliché as it sounds, if you want something, you have to go get it. Additionally, share and talk about your music with everyone you can. Network with as many people as possible. Also, post your music on forums, EDM blogs, and any website possible. Just keep that drive every day, all day. Furthermore, the motivation to keep pushing through failures and keep fighting for success can make even a mediocre person extraordinary. The sad truth is, however, a lot of producers just don’t want it bad enough to fight for it.
  5. Limited Collaboration: Music is often a collaborative art form, and new producers sometimes make the mistake of isolating themselves. Additionally, collaborating with other musicians can not only enhance your skills but also expand your reach within the music community. Also, don’t be afraid to reach out and work with others to create something unique and memorable.

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