austinrobles wrote:Hey Luke! One thing I admire about you is how you play so many different types of house music occasionally even dropping some hip hop or other tracks that arnt necessarily house tracks. I can also say the same thing about other djs such as chuckie who you see playing tech house one time and then you listen to another set by them and they play all mainstream. I love many different types of house... tech house groovey house electro...basically all types but its hard for me to play all those types of music in my set because i feel like they dont all fit together in just one set. Im a perfectionist and all of my mixes always have to sound perfect and im always afraid of taking risks :/ I often get caught in not wanting to play certain tracks because i feel they are to mainstream or don't fit into my sets eventhough i might like them....What are your opinions on this?
Sena wrote:Hi i was wondering when i make my track on Fl studio they are nice and loud but when i convert them to a mp3 they sound real low. What am i doing wrong when im rendering them to mp3 ?
sunp90 wrote:I am a beginner, I just started producing music as a hobby and I really like it. When I make some songs...I get stuck on making a melody of some sort and balancing my bass, drums, and melodies. It seems crazy, like there are too many things going on. Making melodies are rreally challenging maybe because I dont know how to play the piano. Can you please give me some tips? I used Logic studio and Ableton live 8( I went all out...I really want to get better)
era wrote:Hi, Luke.
Are there any books/tutorials/etc you'd recommend for the more technical side of production such as the mixdown and synthesis programming?
I'd like to have a rough idea of the tech behind synthesis and mixing down in general without having to read manuals, and giving up on sounds cause i can't fit them in the mix, etc.
brichahamza wrote:Hi Laidback Luke, is there any chance to see you personnally in Lille, like for example make you discover Lille, eat a local speciality cook, or even just get a photo with you? I've been to Sensation Belgium 2011, and I hoped to have that chance, in vain...
MJRBEATSFOREVER wrote:Hey Luke,
Hope all is Well.......
On the 4th of November I will be going out for my birthday night out. My Birthday is the 10th but when I seen you were coming over to The Arches in Scotland....I Couldnt Resist.
I DJ myself in Scotland and base my Sound on your Sound and and Tracks with a little bit of my own Imagination. :D:D
Would really make my Night if I could meet you in person get a picture and a autograph if possible.....I will be bringing a party group through let them hear you.
If you could take time to listen to my recent mix would appreciate it :D:D
I have done a bootleg of Albin Myers-Loud Noises and your track Bleu which I do Live Mostly.
Here is a Link to my Mix.......
http://soundcloud.com/mjrexile/m-j-r-pr ... debut-show
will post a new link to my Podcast on Fri....I do a Show every 2weeks.
Hope to hear from You Soon
Myles aka M.J.R.
Laidback Luke wrote:sunp90 wrote:I am a beginner, I just started producing music as a hobby and I really like it. When I make some songs...I get stuck on making a melody of some sort and balancing my bass, drums, and melodies. It seems crazy, like there are too many things going on. Making melodies are rreally challenging maybe because I dont know how to play the piano. Can you please give me some tips? I used Logic studio and Ableton live 8( I went all out...I really want to get better)
For now, start trying to replay the songs you love. The housetracks you listen to a lot.
You will find out that there's not a lot of elements. Less is better.
When trying to replay them, keep an eye on what notes are being played and
see and hear that they fit because a lot of them are the same note.
If you try and remake tracks for a month or two you will advance a lot in
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