If you want to produce music for TV, films, or games, there is a lot you need to know to get up to speed, including how to design your own tracks using the latest software technology from companies like Zero-G, Spitfire, and iZotope. Be sure to have a comprehensive arsenal in your studio of all of the hardware and software you need to turn your audio vision into a reality in the moment. Develop a thick skin. Realize that when you are making music for someone else, they will criticize it and even reject it often.
- Firstly you need to give yourself deadlines and stick to them, it may just motivate you to work harder
- Attempt to explore sound design and create your own samples using tools like Spitfire, Zero-G, and more
- Know that making music for others won’t always be fun but don't forget to try and innovate to get noticed
“If you’re making music for other people, it won’t always be fun (though it will be sometimes, we promise).”