Welcome to Home Music Maker – a community designed specifically for all home music makers! Whether you’re an aspiring artist, a passionate producer, or a seasoned studio pro, this is the place for you. Our mission is to create a supportive and engaging environment where members can share their experiences, exchange ideas, and learn from one another.
Expect to find a wealth of resources, insightful discussions, and valuable tips that cater to every aspect of music creation and the music industry. From software and hardware to marketing and collaboration, we’ve got you covered.
We encourage you to take the first step by introducing yourself in our “Introduce Yourself” post. Tell us about your musical journey, goals, and what you hope to achieve here.
We can’t wait to hear your story and watch you grow as a home music maker.
Hi, I’m Sean, thanks for having me! I have been making music for the last 3 years in my own unorthadox way, still learning, appreciate any samples you could point me in the direction of, and its a blessing to be here! Much love, all!
Welcome @SeanTerrorWeiss Don’t worry; unorthodox is good!
Hopefully, we’ll get some samples up soon for people to grab.
@Danny No worries, welcome
Thank you Matt.
Do you want to know our music situation?
Thanks for your introduction in the intro thread. Good to have you on board.
Firstly, thanks Matt for all the production suggestions. I started recording during lockdown under the name of “Age of Freedom”. Equipment was limited to an old portastudio, guitar, one mic, a broken piano, an old keyboard and a malfunctioning edrum kit.
Moving on 3 years, all that’s changed is that a laptop and Reaper DAW replaces the portastudio. I carry on regardless…
Over the years I’ve played guitar in London, Hong Kong, and now S.W. France.
I’ve put some recordings on Soundcloud (Stream Age of Freedom music | Listen to songs, albums, playlists for free on SoundCloud) with the hope of finding someone to sing my songs (I don’t like my voice).
I’m trying to learn more about production as it’s still relatively new to me.
Welcome to the forum; it’s good to have you on board. I’m sure you can learn a thing or two here. If you get stuck, feel free to post in the Production Guides section, and hopefully, you’ll get some help.