Online classes vs online courses for new producers

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KVRer
2 posts since 5 Dec, 2021

Post Sun Dec 05, 2021 10:47 am

Hi,
I am a new producer (2 years) wanting to increase my skills in the most efficient way possible and I am willing to make the investment.

As you all know there are thousands of online courses out there and millions of videos in YouTube.

What do you think about paying a producer to teach me through online lessons?
Let's say 1 hour skype session, 2 times per week.
Has anybody have any experience learning or teaching this way? What do you think about the hourly rate?

Kinh
KVRAF
1763 posts since 26 Aug, 2012

Post Tue Dec 07, 2021 2:31 am

I would say neither. A lot of these so called teachers dont know what the f#ck they're doing anyway, if they did why would they need to make a few bucks on the side.
And the people who do like Ryan Tedder will only teach you how to do it like them or how to sound like everyone else.
I wouldn't approach music from a methodical mind set, too many make that mistake.

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KVRAF
1639 posts since 10 Oct, 2018

Post Tue Dec 07, 2021 2:54 am

Good YT channels are "House of Kush" and "Dan Worrall" IMHO. But I do not simply agree with everything they mention.
I have about 25 reference tracks and I think it's better to rely on those than on all which has been said about audio production. After all, they are the real thing.

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