3 Myths that NEW Producers Believe (But Shouldn't)

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Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Which of these myths have you guys found yourselves believing?
enoc one
enoc one 4 aylar önce
When you said that this is the only social platform you are using, that resonated with me because I hate social media and love making beats, not sure where that leaves me but I can assume it's going to be challenging getting noticed this way. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR A GUY LIKE ME?
enoc one
enoc one 4 aylar önce
I think I'm special. Learning everyday I'm not BUT I do work harder than most to achieve my goals so I'm confident still.
Jonathan Doemel
Jonathan Doemel 5 aylar önce
I used to believe that I needed to create all of my patches and beats from scratch. It made making music a tedious chore and I felt uninspired for a very long time, not to mention it made my mixes trash. Now, my mixes are a little better, and I can arrive at cool ideas faster. It’s a freeing feeling, being able to knock out a song more quickly and then going back to edit the mix later.
semiotic interface
semiotic interface 6 aylar önce
Thanks very much for the clarity and inspiration - I really identified with #3 with regard to cycles of avoidance. It's high time I pushed myself forward!
STLEVI
STLEVI 6 aylar önce
@Sidu Arah get serato or momentum
Brian Case
Brian Case Yıl önce
I would just add one thing: when you feel stuck or your track is finished and you can't figure out what's wrong, leave it. Don't listen to it for at least a week, preferably two weeks or even a month. Then listen and you'll know immediately what changes you can make. Then you'll improve. Work on something else in the mean time.
~Son Of The Morning☆
~Son Of The Morning☆ Aylar önce
Thank you, that's actually very top tier tip
enoc one
enoc one Aylar önce
@Meloonatic Beats before I studied sound design I made tons of beats that I had to give up on because I couldn't achieve the sound I was after. Going through them, 99% of them have potential and that's the upside. I have plenty of material for inspiration or a remix. In other words, I completely agree.
Meloonatic Beats
Meloonatic Beats 2 aylar önce
This is spot on. There have been many tracks I’ve made that I spent too long making, and gave up on. However years later I listen back at lots of old tracks and realise that they actually do have potential. Never delete your projects
5600x ntt
5600x ntt 2 aylar önce
Old school pro tip right here ppl
enoc one
enoc one 3 aylar önce
Sound advise right here. If you don't do this, you could ruin your song and or kill the inspiration for it's particular vibe.
Lowan Beats
Lowan Beats Yıl önce
This vid can be a life changing lesson to some people. I mean the topic he's talking about is applied to most of our lives, including school, business, working out, and whatever. The contents are definitely solid to swallow, but he's telling the truths. Thank you for the enlightenment, Navie.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Lowan! Yeah, sometimes looking at your own bad habits/ideas can be the hardest thing to do. But breaking through them is necessary to develop better ones.
𝕲𝖗𝖆𝖚𝖙
𝕲𝖗𝖆𝖚𝖙 Yıl önce
There's this layer between a beginner and their DAW. They don't actually hear what they are doing. This was such a big problem for me, I actually thought I had something wrong in my render settings and FL was the one messing stuff up. I broke down that layer a lot by listening back to the renders, sending in links for critiques, and just practicing in general. Active listening while you are making your beat is definitely learned. Your brain can make you hear something different from what you made.
Dreamz
Dreamz Yıl önce
@Ruben De hul LMAO YUP, me af. Sometimes I just make sure to make sober beats 😅
Ruben De hul
Ruben De hul Yıl önce
Yeaaaah defffff when u smoke to much....
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Oooh yeah, this is definitely something I suffered from. When you are making a beat, you are most likely hearing what's in your head, and what you want the beat to sound like rather than what it actually is. It's like that quote, the idea is always the best when it's in your head. Every step you take to translate it onto paper (or into a DAW), it gets one more step removed from that initial idea.
Pingu
Pingu Yıl önce
The work ethic is important, talking about forcing yourself to at least be in the DAW to practice, only to find a sample you get excited about really resonated with me! I want more of these types of videos
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
👌 I have a bunch of other topics in mind that I would like to cover, so this definitely won't be the last time you see this type of video
ChanceBeenOnThat
ChanceBeenOnThat Yıl önce
I’ve sold beats, recorded songs in my bedroom and worked with several local artists and I still find myself watching videos and learning new things so I can improve because I know that palace and nick mira have years of experience and knowledge over myself
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
It's a good mentality to have. Be a life-long learner
OkOkay Beats
OkOkay Beats Yıl önce
I've had a big issue with self-motivation and "feeling my shit," thank you for posting this video. Definitely inspired me to work hard at this shit everyday whether or not im inspired or in the right environment mentally. Gotta keep pushing and chasing my limits to close that "gap." I know I'm great at what I do, my confidence is what sets me back. Thanks for the boost Navie!!
SclimBeats
SclimBeats Yıl önce
Navie you are totally right, I agree with you 100% I just make my YT channel to share my “work files” to find people like me, share experiences and feedback. and I know it’s a long journey on front of me. I start make music a year ago, and i felt in love. I try improved my skills and push my self even I don’t have mood and energy after 8 or 10h in my job. But always I try to find time sit and try create sometimes I have a lot of fun from the joy and sometimes is “pain” but end of the day I feel I do something to be better at. Sorry for my grammar but I hope you get me. And all of the people reading this comment, don’t think you are the smartest or the greatest in making music because always out there someone is “better” then you just be happy that you can learn and improve everyday wish y’all the best ✌🏻
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Definitely. It can be tough when you have dozens of excuses flying around in your head, telling you that you shouldn't make music today and watch TV or do something else. Ignoring the excuses and doing it anyways is a skill, just like making music itself. It needs to be practiced.
OLDMILLION BEATS
OLDMILLION BEATS Yıl önce
I feel like I've overcome the first two, but like you said, that last one lingers. I started putting my stuff out with an IDGAF mindset, but the truth is I still care what people think. Thank you for all your videos. I've learned a ton.
OLDMILLION BEATS
OLDMILLION BEATS Yıl önce
@Navie D Appreciate your response!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Once you see the negatively reactions and understand that it isn't the end of your world, it becomes easier over time. You learn that you're strong enough to deal with it.
INFERGNO JINN
INFERGNO JINN Yıl önce
Navie i really appreciate this real talk. Im battling myself lately. I drag myself into it until it works.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
I hear that. It's definitely a skill that you can improve, just like making music itself. Showing up can be the hardest thing sometimes.
Geishah
Geishah Yıl önce
Excellent video, Navie! Your passion to teach & coach is a great thing. Thank you for these encouraging words of wisdom 💯
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Geishah! I like the idea of doing more of these videos, glad to see it's helping
PTMONEY PRODUCTIONS
PTMONEY PRODUCTIONS Yıl önce
I’m glad you put these helpful videos out there for the masses to watch and hopefully learn from! Always packed full of great advice and not even just for beat making honestly a ton of what you say can be applied to many things in life! Today’s biggest lesson was in my opinion for producers to do something unheard of “lose that ego” for a minute and actually learn something in the process 💪😎🆙💯🤜🤛
luvclara!
luvclara! Yıl önce
I love watching Navie's videos! You can tell that Navie actually cares about the producer community and wants to see beginners grow, and it helps me tons! thanks Navie!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you for watching man! Just trying to share whatever I can to help people improve in all ways
jaymeal123
jaymeal123 Yıl önce
I love this style of video, it’s so personal and feels like we just chilling at the crib having a conversation. Much respect and keep up the hard work!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Jay! I plan on doing more of these in the future
enoc one
enoc one 4 aylar önce
Making music is a dream since childhood, I'm inspired EVERYTIME I get my hands on the gear. I spent so much time dreaming about having gear for music production (parents could not afford to buy me gear) that to this day I get excited just looking at a DAW or my hardware. Just thought I'd share my story. Awesome advise as usual! I absolutely love your content. Old school vinyl DJ who has a long way to go to become a real producer checking in!
Navie D
Navie D 4 aylar önce
Glad to have you my friend! Thank you for sharing the story
Nav KD
Nav KD Yıl önce
Thank you for this amazing video!!! The trashy sound issue happened with me all the time. Here is what I am doing for that, I am not expecting much out of it especially if it is day 1, then day 2 I try to fix the issues, and so on.
tristin Jacinto
tristin Jacinto 8 aylar önce
Naive D keeps it real with you but is still encouraging af. Love the message you put out bro 🖤🤝
Zilent
Zilent Yıl önce
Thanks for making this video man! Absolutely love your channel Keep it up
Zilent
Zilent Yıl önce
@Navie D You know, been busy with life & stuff 😅. But I truly do love your YTchannel man! Valuable content for small and new producers like myself. Keep it 100 brother 💪
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Ayyy Zilent, haven't seen you in a minute. Thanks for dropping by again man!
Scott Singh
Scott Singh Yıl önce
Those triceps are popping! 💪 Honestly, I've been guilty of all three. But you are absolutely right, I just need to buckle down and get through these insecurities. The book "The Art of War" has been on my to-read list for a long time, it has now jumped on my priority list to the number one spot, thanks for the recommendation Navie.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Honestly, I can't recommend it enough. It helped provide me with tools that I still consider central to me to this day.
Prince WA
Prince WA Yıl önce
Love your channel man. So many new producers are looking for tips, tricks & techniques, but fail to absorb the philosophy of an artist. It is as important as all the rest.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks man, this video was fun to talk about. I want to do more philosophy based videos soon
Maza Urbini
Maza Urbini Yıl önce
Thank you dude! I really appreciate it and i work everything single day on my beats and in the night i watching your videos to get better the next day💪
Timmy Weeps
Timmy Weeps Yıl önce
I believed in the second myth enough to buy fl studio to upgrade from GarageBand and iMpcPro 2. But its was like when I learned guitar as a teen, the more I played the better I got. Thank you again for the videos bro!!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Absolutely. Gotta get through the bad ideas to get to the good ones. Gotta get those reps in
Lamont Scales
Lamont Scales 3 aylar önce
This is so true at the start we ALL thought the best equipment would somehow take our beats to the next level lol. Time and sticking with it levels us up. Yea get the latest software, plugins, etc to have current and fresh sounds BUT put the time in! A fresh pair of Air Jordans does not make us jump any higher lol! Great vid
Navie D
Navie D 3 aylar önce
I like that analogy
LionheartBeatz
LionheartBeatz Yıl önce
I put in millions of hours watching tutorials on like every audio related topic, endless trial & error etc... only way to improve. But its not that exhausting, if you really love the craft tho :)
Allen Austria Music
Allen Austria Music Yıl önce
Navie D. Not only a great teacher also a great motivator 🙏♥️
anarchy
anarchy Yıl önce
Thank you for this lesson. Ysterday I started watching your videos on TRshow and I found yours are so helpful and informative. I really appreciate that you are running your TRshow channel. Please Keep up the good work.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
I am happy to have you on board my friend
LostAtSea.
LostAtSea. Yıl önce
A wise man once said "If you need good software to make a good beat, then you don't deserve it."
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Is this your own quote? I see what you did there you trickster
A.P Nangolo
A.P Nangolo Yıl önce
I am not a producer, but the advice that you gave here is so relevant to everyday life.
Alvaro Wijaya
Alvaro Wijaya Yıl önce
@A.P Nangolo you should
A.P Nangolo
A.P Nangolo Yıl önce
@Navie D Well I love music. I was always fascinated by how music was made and that's how I got to find out about producers. So ever since 2017 I have been watching producer videos on TRshow. I started off with Chucki Beats, then Kyle Beats, Simon Servida, Ocean, EdTalenti and then you. Who knows, I might just pick a DAW one day and start making beats.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Aw well thank you! How did you happen to stumble upon this if you aren't a producer?
Dave Knepper
Dave Knepper Yıl önce
Fantastic. You nailed the primary blocks and fears I've experienced. Also loved Pressfield. Great book. Need to remember that last one right now.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks for watching Dave! I think everyone experiences these things, we just seldom talk about them
Lesedi D. Damane
Lesedi D. Damane Yıl önce
Great advice Navie, Harder truths. I've been guilty of those myths in other areas of my life too in the past. I stopped downloading boatloads of free plugins/ or salivating on expensive ones top producers have, I now instead focus on getting better using what I have.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Awesome! I am the same way. I keep only a handful of plugins and try to focus my creativity on my production rather than just flipping through plugin after plugin
FicklebarMcSchrooginatorTheThird
FicklebarMcSchrooginatorTheThird Yıl önce
In terms of "art speaking for itself": I think it's a bit of a mixed bag. You need both good art and good marketing skills. How strong you need to lean into the "marketing" side depends on your industry and circumstances - but the former is certainly a harder prerequisite than the latter imo - it's just that they're _both_ prerequisites, and marketing is hell of a lot easier when your product is actually good. I guess what I'm saying is, don't let the legwork of marketing make you cynical. At the end of the day, even if you need the marketing, it's still all about the art.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
That's a great way of framing it, they are both prerequisites. In the past, I would often hope that the product would do the marketing on it's own as a way to avoid doing the marketing myself. I think that's a trap certain people fall into, avoid putting themselves out there and focus on the product as an excuse.
Zilueta
Zilueta Yıl önce
Hey Navie if you ever wanted to change careers, you could be a motivational speaker. Thanks for this video. I think it will help your viewers deal with the fear of failure we all have at times. Take care and we hope to see more of your videos!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Zil! It's amazing how everyone feels these things yet we seldom share our experiences.
De'Jon Parker
De'Jon Parker Yıl önce
I still remember the first decent beat I made. Soooo many L’s before that (& many more after too). I’m glad you put this message out. There is no avoiding the work necessary to even become competent at this, let alone profitable or an all-timer. You’re serving up straight bars in this vid. 🔥
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Yeah man, it took me years before I felt like I could make decent beats. It's a tough pill to swallow for some, but it takes a long time to get good
Mahesh Sanjay Chivate
Mahesh Sanjay Chivate Yıl önce
Thank you so much for sprouting a warrior inside me... This lesson made me realised that I am not alone struggling.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
These are all struggles we feel my friend
shufflephunk
shufflephunk 3 aylar önce
In my cases the day after feeling heavily inspired, I woke up and really couldn’t recall it, but my findings were that initially I’d made a dope track but upon hearing it again the after it proved to be gat damn genius!
Amapiano Hub Express
Amapiano Hub Express Yıl önce
What you said about your brain protecting you from having a negative experience is so true! 🙆🏽‍♂️ Thanks for pointing it out I thought I was the only one
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you for watching! Yeah honestly it's human nature really
KoZandy muzic
KoZandy muzic Yıl önce
Continue doing this work bro, you really motivate me when ever I get beat block
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
👌 I am happy to be of service KoZandy
dayzru
dayzru Yıl önce
Thank you for the video! Just realized that I'm believing the same myths, but in Russian. So it's exactly the same words, examples and excuses, no matter where you live and what language you speak. That's incredible! Thank you for that inspiration.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
I am glad I am able to help Dayzru!
JadenBegnaud
JadenBegnaud Yıl önce
Haha this is my life. Thanks man I needed this. You’re really engaged and have a lot of experience. Thanks for being a REAL mentor on here.
JadenBegnaud
JadenBegnaud Yıl önce
Exactly, this video also reminded me I’m not the only one going through these things. We all have some idea of the perfect beat or mix and that our favorite producers are creating everything from scratch and turning it to gold every time they sit in that chair which is not is not always the case.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
You are welcome Jaden. We all fall into these traps at one point or another. The trick is seeing when you are doing it, and training yourself to avoid them going forward
SanX Beats
SanX Beats Yıl önce
Thanks for the great advice! Definitely experienced some of these before
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Yeah I think everyone experiences at least one of them. The quicker you shed these bad ideas, the better off you will be I think.
LVM
LVM 6 aylar önce
I’ve been guilty of all of these at some point 😂 I’m still at the start and my beats are trash. Now I’m being honest with myself I know where I need to improve. Your into and drop is key. I’m now working on improving this part of my beats as the first 10 seconds is important! Thanks for all the help navie D. Your one of the few that gives all of the sauce and helps pave the way for new producers such as myself. I have a video request - instrument selection. I struggled at the start with knowing where to use - flutes, leads, bells, brass etc. LVM
LVM
LVM 6 aylar önce
Such a gem of a guy 👌 I’m glad your already thinking of the video 😂 after watching internet money for years all my beats had bells and melodic instruments, I still don’t know where to use certain instruments so I avoid them. I grew up on proper hip hop (refuse to say boombap) west coast hip hop doesn’t sound the same with bells 😂😂
Navie D
Navie D 6 aylar önce
I am happy to help LVM! I actually have a video in mind for that very thing you described!
SLIK P
SLIK P Yıl önce
Navie's Couch is better than Casting Couch. There I've said it.
siddhaarth kashyap
siddhaarth kashyap 10 aylar önce
🤣🤦🏻‍♂️ No matter where you go, that’s where you have been !
MechaGorilla
MechaGorilla 11 aylar önce
What's the casting couch? Lol Jk
Fox Maven
Fox Maven Yıl önce
Ofc it is! It isn't porn... lol. Still funny, tho!
Young ZO
Young ZO Yıl önce
Bruh🤦🏾‍♂️😂😂😂
Craig Daub Beats - Rap Instrumentals
Craig Daub Beats - Rap Instrumentals Yıl önce
Oh shit! 🤣 I was gonna run with this and say something absolutely hilarious but I don't know the age group of his audience so I'll keep it to myself!🤣 Thanks for the early morning laugh tho!🤣
Andrew
Andrew Yıl önce
4 years of music production mixing, mastering and iam still using stock plugins 😂🙏
Andrew
Andrew Yıl önce
Sure thats what iam talking About 🤘
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Nothing wrong with that. How you use your tools can be more important than what tools you use
ONSITE
ONSITE Yıl önce
You are a legend my guy and the best resource I’ve found. Keep doing the good work 🔥
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Somon!
Dr. Kage
Dr. Kage Yıl önce
bro I felt everything you say, going through all this now..
Dr. Kage
Dr. Kage Yıl önce
@Navie D thanks for sharing bro
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Yep, it's part of every beatmakers journey honestly
Francosteiner
Francosteiner Yıl önce
So this is why I havent seen your channel before. But now Im binge watching. You have a shitton of great tips and tricks. And Ive been using FL since it was called Fruity loops.
Francosteiner
Francosteiner Yıl önce
@Navie D Glad to come along for the ride, great videos, and even doper you did that thing with Joey Bad!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Glad to have you onboard Franco!
Jean Sebastien Goume
Jean Sebastien Goume Yıl önce
I usually don't listen to youtube beatmakers because for me the feeling is just not there with the way they teach things. Here is the one I needed, you're just teaching the chill way and your advices are actually usefull. You earned a subscribe, keep up the good work Navie !
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Lucas! I am glad this video helped. I think I should do more advice types of videos like this
Homeboy Hillwood
Homeboy Hillwood 4 aylar önce
great motivation. just got started producing on fl studio can be frustrating at time but highly motivated
Navie D
Navie D 4 aylar önce
Yeah the beginning is always the most difficult
Dark Blue
Dark Blue Yıl önce
Thanks, this really came right in time cuz i was considering to give up and try something else. I downloaded fl studio in 2018 but i didn't have much time to learn cuz school was taking the most time from me, i kinda started using it in 2019 and i can say from there to now i improved a lot but lately i started struggling, i was never good at making melodies and my chords are pretty generic so i started using samples and again, at the beginning it was ok but then i started to suck at it, there is a channel called "Krptic Unknown" most of his musics are made from samples (anime, games...) so i wanted to use sample like him and then 2 weeks ago i found your video about "SliceX", it was a great help but i couldn't use sample the way he did so i started comparing myself with many youtubers, You, him, Kyle beats, Origami and others, so i started to give up and losing interest in making music Once again, Thank you, i kinda regain my motivation after watching this, not only for music production but in other stuffs i tried and gave up easily. Worth Subscribing... probably i won't start today lol i don't want to put myself on stress with it
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thats a fight that a lot of people go through. Comparison is the thief of joy.
K-barz
K-barz 3 aylar önce
great topics. literally every one is super on point. thanks for the reassurance man!
Navie D
Navie D 3 aylar önce
I am happy this vid helped!
AWM Tracks & Beats
AWM Tracks & Beats 2 aylar önce
I really enjoy your insights. As every profession, music production demands try, error and a good amount of willingness. I'm begining to make some music (not real beats) and posting them here on my YT page as my part-time learning process expands. Would be awesome to have some feedback when you get the time.
Neon Vortex
Neon Vortex Yıl önce
Thanks Navie for the pep talk, I hit all of them. 😥 Especially the one about listening to a track the next day after I was so jacked about a beat... and said "Who wrote this steaming pile?, This isnt what I heard yesterday... sigh..' thanks again..
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Just know that it's common. Literally every single producer who you look up to right now has gone through this. They just chose to continue and persevere.
paul chikezie Omari
paul chikezie Omari Yıl önce
Bro that's what i am undergoing now this very experience you just explained now but not going back will stick and learn, thanks for the advice .
Vishal Beeki
Vishal Beeki Yıl önce
I promise to all the brand new producers out there watching this the shit hes saying is 100% accurate
Jokey Chan
Jokey Chan Yıl önce
Ever since i began my journey of self teaching through YT and other platforms I've been getting better and honestly if you'd started your Channel earlier I'd have been a subscriber from day 1 cause honestly your tutorials are way different from Servida or Curtis you always have exactly what I'm looking for in the most direct way possible, thank for helping us get better.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
That makes me happy to hear Jokey. I try my best to not mess around and make it about me. I would rather try and help as much as I can
Jonathan Doemel
Jonathan Doemel 5 aylar önce
Good points, but I think there’s merit in tools. You need to know that tools don’t make you better, but you can use them to make better beats if you know how to use them. Samples and presets, for example, can make it easier to arrive at a good beat due to reduction in time worrying about things like the mix.
Mike BMC
Mike BMC Yıl önce
Two things I learned beatmaking. 1) The gear used is at the whim of the beatmaker’s talent. 2) It’s not what you can do, but what can you do with it. For example, you could make fire beats left and right, but if you can’t DO anything with them, they will die on your hard drive. On the other hand, you could make garbage beats, but if you have connections in the industry, you can DO something with them. Life sucks like that. Make beats for fun and hope for the best.
Mike BMC
Mike BMC Yıl önce
@Navie D true, sir. I don’t mind the grind. It’s just not an industry that you can apply for like a regular job. Even with a little luck, it is next to impossible to get anything to happen. I had five beats stolen in the past that made it on albums, and I still can’t get noticed. I just don’t have the connections. Tragic. Sometimes I feel stupid for still trying but I just love hip hop. Making a good beat is a high. One I’ll prob keep chasing regardless how things turn out.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Well, making beats is the fun part. Actually doing all of the other stuff, that's the "job" aspect. And no matter what field you're in, even if you get to work your dream job, there's always gonna be that part that still feels like a job
Ernesto Cruz
Ernesto Cruz 11 aylar önce
That "You're Not Special" part, is KEY!! Thanks for this video!
Navie D
Navie D 11 aylar önce
You are welcome Ernesto. I hope it's helped
Aclive Records
Aclive Records Yıl önce
i'm a amateur producer/rapper from Brazil and I just discovered your channel, there is not too much quality content available for free in my country and I just want to thank you for making these videos, I'm learning a lot in every single video that i watch.
WYTVCL
WYTVCL Yıl önce
very true ...and i really dig the fl studio stock plugins tutorials they are quite handful if you can do more of those . Thank you so much for the inspiration
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