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How To Make Your Music Stand Out and Get Fans To Talk About Your Sound


Making music that your fans want to talk about will help your music stand out. In this episode of the Weekly Download learn about what sounds it takes to make your music stand out and how to organize those sounds in your folders. Organizing sounds during sound design sessions will save you time when you are ready to produce a track. Here are some examples of folders to create to organize sounds:

Sparks are sounds or loops that influence an entire song. Songs are built around sparks. Learn How to Start a Song with a Spark with Spiderhound, a Producer Dojo Sensei.

The face of a song is the main thing of the track. The face could be a memorable melody or chord progression that fans can easily verbalize and talk about. The face of the song might also be the spark.

Music that portrays a central emotion, message or theme will give your fans something more unique to talk about. You could make a whole group of songs that are produced around the same feeling, release the songs as an EP and then use that same group of songs as a playlist for your DJ sets.

Learn more about making music by checking out our free EDM Production Tutorials.

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