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Rules & Announcements / The Official Producer's Forum Discord
« on: August 25, 2018, 04:52:16 pm »
TPF used to have a Slack channel, but now we have a Discord!

Click here to join!

We have a global community of producers spanning almost every genre of electronic music imaginable. If you're looking for a more active iteration of this web forum, come check us out!

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Finished Tracks / Mussar - reality is parody [FREE DOWNLOAD]
« on: April 01, 2017, 03:30:15 pm »


big ol trap tune

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Finished Tracks / Jesse Slayter & G-Buck - Body Talk (Mussar Remix)
« on: March 24, 2017, 08:17:16 pm »

Got this released last week on Devoid! Give it a listen, and download if you like!

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R&A Graveyard / Happy First Birthday, TPF!
« on: January 06, 2017, 05:48:53 am »
Hey everyone! I know it's a bit late, but I wanted to say thanks for sticking around this long - We've hit the one year anniversary of the founding of The Producer's Forum!

This has been a great resource for myself and others, and I hope we can continue to help producers develop their skills and grow as artists. Stick around, and we'll see you in 2018!

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Collaborations / Novice Producer? Need a Mentor? Let's make a track!
« on: December 31, 2016, 07:16:20 pm »
Artist Name: Mussar
Years Experience: 4 Years
DAW(s): Ableton (preferred), Logic Pro X, Pro Tools
Genre: ANY
Other Genres: ANY
Third-Party Plugins Used: Lots, but let's stick with stock plugins for now.
Preferred Contact Method: PM me on the forums!
Previous Work: SoundCloud

To start off our new Collaborations board, I'm gonna try to commit to doing this as a regular thing: If you've been producing for two years or less and you want to get your feet wet with collaborating, or you want a mentor to guide you through the initial steps and confusion, just send me a PM with a link to your soundcloud and I'll randomly select one person to connect with and walk them through a full song, start to finish. I'll offer advice and direction, but this will primarily be your musical idea.

Once we've finished the song, I'll select someone else, and we'll repeat the process. I'll post all the final results in here so you can see what people have come up with!

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Collaborations / HOW TO POST A COLLAB [PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING]
« on: December 31, 2016, 05:40:34 pm »
  • Put a simple summary of the type of collab you're looking for as your Subject. i.e. "Dubstep producer looking to enter Never Say Die Remix Competition!" "Looking for someone to mix and master this finished song!" "Novice producer looking for a mentor!" "Looking to start a trance production duo!"
  • In the body of your post, list the following information:
    Artist Name:
    Years Experience:
    DAW(s): (if you use multiple DAWs, list which one is your preferred to use!)
    Genre: (if you're posting a personals ad, list the genre you most want to work in. if you're posting a song ad, list the genre you want the song to be)
    Other Genres: (if you're posting a personals ad, list other genres you'd want to work in. if you're posting a song ad, list the other genres you'd be willing to take the song.)
    Third-Party Plugins Used:
    Preferred Contact Method: (i.e. PM, skype, email, etc.)
    Previous Work:
  • Include any additional information in the body of your post, such as a link to the song you want to remix, the competition you want to enter, or just information about yourself!
  • Once you've finally gotten a reply and found a partner, please lock your thread so other users know that your ad is closed.

EXAMPLE COLLAB POST:

Subject: Bass Music Producer looking to collab on a Dubstep track!
Artist Name: Mussar
Years Experience: 4 Years
DAW(s): Ableton (preferred), Logic Pro X, Pro Tools
Genre: Dubstep
Other Genres: Riddim, Drumstep, Trap, Hard Dance
Third-Party Plugins Used: Serum, FM8, DIVA
Preferred Contact Method: PM me on the forums!
Previous Work: SoundCloud

Hey! Look at this remix competition! I'd love to work on a dubstep tune with someone to enter.



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"Collab, bro?"

Here's a subforum where you can post either a WIP or a personals ad and see if you can find someone to collaborate with you on a song or two. Maybe you'll find a new production partner, or two!

A few ground rules, just to keep things fair:

  • Look through the open collab posts before making one yourself! Even if you already have a song idea in mind, try to look for a project or another producer that you could work with. That way you'll be more likely to actually get a collaboration going, and we won't end up with a board full of unanswered requests.
  • Understand that sometimes, people you want to collaborate with don't want to collaborate with you. Sometimes, they've already found a partner. Sometimes, you might start a collaboration and find out that you have clashing personalities. Don't take it personally if you get rejected or have to abandon a project; try again with someone else or with a different song. Be polite, be respectful, and remember: we're all trying to make music here, so the more we work together the better it'll be for all of us.
  • If you can't find a collab, follow the rules in the other pinned post called "HOW TO POST A COLLAB", then wait for a response! Once you have a partner (or partners, if you're okay working as part of a trio or more), lock your thread so people know you're no longer looking!
  • Don't post more than one ad at a time! If your post hasn't gotten any replies, be patient! You can "bump" your post once a month to bring it back to the top of the listings if you've fallen off the first page, and I will be featuring a randomly selected open collab as a stickied post twice a month.
  • Have fun, and be open to new ideas. Use these collaborations as a chance to make new friends, learn new production techniques, network in a way that doesn't feel scuzzy and smily, and best of all to make good music!


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R&A Graveyard / Happy Holidays from The Producers Forum!
« on: December 24, 2016, 07:14:59 pm »
Hey everyone!

Just wanted to give everyone an update on the forum and its future, as well as spread some seasonal cheer. I've been promoted to administrator, and the other administrators have put me in charge of taking the forum into 2017 and onwards. This won't impact how any of you use the forum, but I promise to do my best and make this a place where all of you feel welcome and excited to learn.

To start, I've begun appointing moderators to help breathe some life back into the the forum and spread out some of the workload. Our first new moderator is eidolon, and more will be added as needed. I'll be reaching out to people based on how active they are on the forums, how much information they've provided to other users, and if they've demonstrated the type of attitude that is a good fit for the team.

In addition, I will be doing my best to update the forum and implement new features, so feel free to start using the "suggestions" subforum again. NOTE: WE WILL NOT ADD A MARKETING OR PROMOTION SUBFORUM, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. This is a place to discuss music production, music theory, and audio engineering. If you want to talk about how to promote your brand or how to get a thousand likes on soundcloud, you're welcome to join our Slack server, where we have a dedicated chat room to talk about it.

Lastly, I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has joined, posted, and especially stuck around The Producer's Forum since it was founded at the beginning of this year. The boards may have grown quiet, but I'd like to believe we have started a community and those of us that remain will have a lot of growth. No matter what holiday you celebrate, I hope it's a pleasant and relaxing one.

Happy Channukah, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happy New Year!

-Mussar, and the rest of The Producer's Forum team.

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WIPs / How to Give Feedback!
« on: December 22, 2016, 07:06:03 pm »


If you're gonna reply to someone's post, please keep this in mind!

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Finished Tracks / How To Give Feedback!
« on: December 22, 2016, 07:05:10 pm »


If you're gonna reply to someone's post, please keep this in mind!

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Finished Tracks / Lost At Sea [Liquid/Neuro DnB]
« on: November 15, 2016, 06:40:29 pm »


New Drum and Bass tune out for free download!

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WIPs / New Here? First Post? Read Me!
« on: September 19, 2016, 03:31:47 pm »
Hey there! Welcome to the forum.

I know you're probably really excited to share your track and get some feedback, but as you can see there are a LOT of people who want to share their music as well, and not enough people who want to provide feedback. In addition, the rest of the forum is almost completely dead, and we would love to see you stick around! So before posting your track, here are a few things you might consider:

  • Hop over to the Introduction Thread and tell us a little bit about yourself! We'd love to know who you are, what you're interested in, an all that fun biographical stuff.
  • Check one of the discussion subforums and see if there's something you might want to ask, or something you think you could add to the conversation! I'm sure you have a ton of information in your head, and I'd be grateful if you could share it with the rest of us!
  • Provide feedback on a few other user's tracks before posting your own! Some of my biggest revelations about my own weak spots as a producer came from applying the suggestions I've given to other artists when giving feedback on their work. Heck, you might answer all your own questions, just from trying to help someone else!
  • Join our Slack channel! There are producers of all ages from multiple continents in there, and it can be much more active than the forum at times. We have rooms for discussing music production, music theory, and we even have a room where you can post your track for feedback (and actually have it listened to!)

You obviously don't need to do all of those things, and you don't even need to do one of them - I just have a feeling you will get much more out of this forum by giving it a shot instead of making a post with your song, asking for feedback, watching the views on your post rise, and waiting for someone to respond. Even if you've already posted your track, consider giving these ideas a shot!

Thanks for coming to The Producer's Forum, and enjoy your time here! :)

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Finished Tracks / New Here? First Post? Read Me!
« on: September 19, 2016, 03:31:17 pm »
Hey there! Welcome to the forum.

I know you're probably really excited to share your track and get some feedback, but as you can see there are a LOT of people who want to share their music as well, and not enough people who want to provide feedback. In addition, the rest of the forum is almost completely dead, and we would love to see you stick around! So before posting your track, here are a few things you might consider:

  • Hop over to the Introduction Thread and tell us a little bit about yourself! We'd love to know who you are, what you're interested in, an all that fun biographical stuff.
  • Check one of the discussion subforums and see if there's something you might want to ask, or something you think you could add to the conversation! I'm sure you have a ton of information in your head, and I'd be grateful if you could share it with the rest of us!
  • Provide feedback on a few other user's tracks before posting your own! Some of my biggest revelations about my own weak spots as a producer came from applying the suggestions I've given to other artists when giving feedback on their work. Heck, you might answer all your own questions, just from trying to help someone else!
  • Join our Slack channel! There are producers of all ages from multiple continents in there, and it can be much more active than the forum at times. We have rooms for discussing music production, music theory, and we even have a room where you can post your track for feedback (and actually have it listened to!)

You obviously don't need to do all of those things, and you don't even need to do one of them - I just have a feeling you will get much more out of this forum by giving it a shot instead of making a post with your song, asking for feedback, watching the views on your post rise, and waiting for someone to respond. Even if you've already posted your track, consider giving these ideas a shot!

Thanks for coming to The Producer's Forum, and enjoy your time here! :)

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Mixing/Mastering / Please Don't Post Your Tracks Here!
« on: September 02, 2016, 06:52:24 pm »
I know I haven't moved every post in this forum to the Finished Tracks or WIPs section, but I should make it clear that you should not be creating new threads to post your own material in this subforum.

I understand that you might have a Mixing or Mastering question, and I understand that you might worry that your song will not receive feedback as quick if posted in the feedback sections, but if we can keep this section to more broad questions about mixing and mastering it will clear up a lot of confusion about where things should go.

I'm going to start removing the moved thread notices a week after the thread has been moved, so if you're wondering why your thread is no longer here just check the Feedback subforums!

If you have any questions, feel free to PM me and I'll answer as soon as I can. :)

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Even though the forum's been around for nearly 8 months now, we've never had a proper "introduce yourself" thread. If you want, you can post here to tell everyone who you are, where you're from, what kind of music you make, what workstation you use, or any information you want to share so we can get to know you better. Who knows? You might find the production duo partner you've been searching for.

To start - my name's Joshua! I'm a full-time student going for my BFA in music composition, living and studying in San Francisco. I've been producing for about 3.5-4 years now, and use Ableton as my primary DAW. I've been making a lot of drum and bass lately, but I also make moombahton, dubstep, trap, electro house, and all that mainstream EDM ish except for big room. I've even been producing this indie pop song for a singer/songwriter friend of mine!

TBH, I just wanna be able to make a living writing music that makes people feel things.

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