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In the first part of this series we covered the basics of what a music producer is and the paths to get there. And then in the second article we went over the skills you need to build. Now it's time to learn more about the steps you need to take to really start a career in music production.
Part one of this series covered the basics of what a music producer is and how to get started. Now it's time to learn more about the skill sets required to be a successful music producer. Mastering all six skills is not required, but lacking any will have a negative impact on your career in the long run.
First off, what is a music producer? It's the job of a music producer to bring together all the resources needed to create a complete album of music. This means working with the record label, artists, sound engineers and the recording studio. In movies it's the equivalent of a director and in construction they are like a general contractor. They bring everyone together and oversee the overall vision of a musical project.