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.
I’ve always enjoyed electronic dance music (EDM) and all the different DJs and genre’s that exist. The thought crossed my mind of even pursuing a career as an EDM DJ, but I thought, wait – maybe it is too late. That piqued my interest, and I started to research just how long it would take.
When people are talking/writing about DJs or similar subjects, then there are three words pretty popular, which are DJ mix, DJ mix set, and DJ set. Also, these words do all mean the same thing, and this post explains that meaning.
Mixing songs as a beginner DJ can be hard, especially with sync off. With practicing, we can become better at mixing songs (tracks). When we choose the right songs for such practicing, then we can become faster better at it.
There are many electronic dance music genres, and one of them is electro house. The electro house genre has some characteristics, an history, and some subgenres. This post provides these three things in an overview by which we can understand the genre better.
Since I have been interested in EDM music festivals recently, I have started to notice that there are many ghost producers in this industry that do not release music under their names. Confused about why they wouldn’t want to take the credit for their music, I did some research to come up with some reasons… Continue reading Why EDM Ghost Producers Don’t Release Music under Their Name
Many people see scratching as the hardest part of DJing. The easiest scratch to learn from all scratches is the baby scratch. Here we can learn how to perform the baby scratch, and more.
Harmonic mixing (mixing in key) is a popular topic among many DJs. Many of those DJs think harmonic mixing is a must and others don’t believe in it. However, it is not that simple to only to choose to or not to harmonically mix your tracks (songs).
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.
Some people think that disk jockeys (DJs) are musicians, and some think they are not musicians. However, it is possible to find out that DJs are musicians.