How Much Does It Cost to Produce an EDM Song?

How much it costs in time and money to produce an EDM (electronic dance music) song depends on many variables, making it hard to determine such costs. However, it is possible to give cost estimates determined by some research.

How Long Does It Take to Produce an EDM Song?

How long it takes to produce an EDM (electronic dance music) song depends on the experience and knowledge of the producer. Also, the choices he/she makes influence how long it takes to produce a full EDM song.

Why Use Multiple Synthesizers for Sound Design?

There are many powerful and good sounding synthesizers available that are capable of creating a full sound for a song element by itself. Yet, many people can still choose to use multiple synthesizers for the sound design of a single song element, such as a melody or a bassline.

Use (Mix) a Distortion Effect on a Hi-hat (Open and Closed)

We can use distortion effects on our hi-hats to make them more personal. However, using a distortion effect on a hi-hat can be hard since the resulted sound can easily become an unusable noise. Moreover, we need to place an equalizer after using one or more distortion effects, at least most of the time.

Use (Mix) Some Common Distortion Effects on a Percussion

We can use distortion effects on our percussions to make them more personal. However, using a distortion effect on a percussion can be hard since the resulted sound can easily become an unusable noise. Moreover, we need to place an equalizer after using one or more distortion effects, at least most of the time.

Compose (Make) an EDM Bassline That Works with the Beat

In many EDM tracks (songs) is the bassline the most crucial element. There is an extreme amount of music theory and information about making basslines, which can be very overwhelming. In this post, you can learn some music theory and some practical steps with methods by which we can make a bassline relatively simple.

Make (Produce) a White Noise Riser (Elevator/Whoosh)

A white noise riser (elevator/white noise whoosh) is a common, nice to hear, and a useful sound effect. There are many explanations about making (producing) such a white noise riser, but I haven’t found one that is complete, in my opinion.