The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media explains how easy it is to start music production at home

Duluth, Georgia –

The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, an accredited music school in Atlanta that has trained some of the hottest names in modern music, urges those with ambitions to start a music production studio to find out exactly how they can start from home. More information can be found in the blog:

The music industry recorded a staggering $8 billion in revenue in 2021, a significant increase from its numbers over the past decade. Since streaming services have become mainstream and due to the introduction of countless online platforms to promote one’s music, which increases the chances of going viral, even creators from humble beginnings can succeed. For example, one of the biggest stars in the music industry in recent years, Billie Eilish recorded her songs and uploaded them to the music sharing website Soundcloud where they gained traction and eventually caught her eye. earned a recording contract. These stories are not uncommon, and with barriers to entry, such as hardware and software, being lower than ever, there’s never been a better time to chart a career in music.

According to AIMM’s blog on the subject, those who want to produce music from the comfort of their home should consider soundproofing the room of the house where they intend to work and giving it the acoustic treatment. Soundproofing reduces sound leakage from inside the home studio to the outside world. Acoustic treatment involves controlling reverberation and echoes within the studio to allow the musician to capture the best sound. Once the home studio is built, they will need equipment such as a desktop or laptop computer, a copy of audio software, or a digital audio workstation (DAW) such as AVID Pro Tools, Ableton Live or FL Studio, a soundboard, an interface, a USB microphone, an XLR mic cable, a mic stand, a pop filter and headphones or a pair of studio monitors.

Once the equipment and the space are ready, it’s time to perfect. AIMM recommends learning the basics such as creating a MIDI with a piano roll, creating a record-enabled audio track, and setting the input source to webcam when recording, in the software or DAW of your choice. A music school like AIMM will cover all of these basics and many more advanced topics that will put a student’s skills on par with professionals working in the industry.

The next step is to start a formal business by setting up a company, preferably an LLC. This may involve filing documents and taxes, depending on the state you are in. The business should be the artist’s brand which should then be marketed on as many online social media platforms as possible. They need to upload their creations to popular music streaming and hosting services to reach the widest audience. The artist should also establish contacts with industry professionals and trend setters, such as those who control streaming playlists and curate music for local and college radio stations. Other marketing tools include business cards and a website. Finally, all of these marketing efforts should be used to collaborate with local artists. This not only helps broaden their musical horizons, but also allows them to tap into the fanbases of established artists.

AIMM spokesperson talks about what the music school can do for those wondering how to become a music producer saying, “The dream of being a music producer is attainable, now more than ever. If you work hard consistently, you can earn a stable living and even have a chance to reach the pinnacle of success. If you need to boost your skills, AIMM offers comprehensive courses, courses, and programs for music producers. AIMM offers several programs for producers, including the Certificate in Music Production which is offered both online and on-campus, and the Associate’s Degree in Music and Audio Production for Media.

The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media may be contacted for inquiries at (770) 242-7717 or email [email protected].


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Atlanta Institute of Music and Media
Nite Driscoll
(770) 242-7717
[email protected]2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700,
Duluth, Georgia 30096