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Vorwerk Tip of the week
The Ultimate Handbook to Become a Succesfull Dance Music Producer
by Maarten Vorwerk

Overview


World renowned dance music producer Maarten Vorwerk has provided his followers with a weekly tip for the last three years. He shines his light on every aspect of the music industry but mostly focuses on practical mixing and producing advice. No matter if you are a beginner or a dance music veteran. This book is a must have to keep right beside you in the studio. 156 tips that will provide you with new insights. It reminds you of things that might be forgotten and inspires you to be as creative as can be. The ultimate dance producer handbook
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Description


In March 2014 I started my weekly blog on Facebook.

The #Vorwerk #TipOfTheWeek series.

With these tips I want to provide everybody the knowledge they need to become a better producer and give them a better view of the music industry.

My path was far from easy and if I knew then what I know now, then it would have saved me a lot of headaches.

Back when I started producing I didn’t have Youtube or the internet to look up theory or practical tips. So most of the stuff, I learned from trial and error, life lessons and some from books.

 

For the last three years I’ve written down 156 Tips and bundled them all together in this book.

All the tips in here are meant to help you underway. To form your mindset towards your own practical approach. To improve your mixing skills, to see different approaches for the same problem, to make you a better producer and to make you aware of some of the business things you should know.

While producing and mixing you tend to forget some of the tricks over time and by having this book in your studio it will keep you sharp and inventive to keep trying out new things.

So it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, this will be your ultimate handbook.

 

If you like to follow my future #Vorwerk #TipOfTheWeeks you can visit my facebook page at:

www.facebook.com/vorwerkmaarten

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About the author


Maarten Vorwerk (25 April, 1980) is a Dutch Dance producer based in Aruba who is active in the scene since 2001. He produces under a large variety of aliases and styles. He has a discography which consists over more than 400 tracks. In the early zeros he had a lot of succes in the Jump & Hardstyle scene. Later on in his career he started to produce more commercial dance music for other DJ's and disappeared more to the background. He's primarily focussed on making Festival and Beatport topping Dance tracks. In the past decade he helped to kickstart several DJ careers with his music productions. In 2007 he scored his first instrumental number one hit in Holland and Poland with “Jeckyll & Hyde – Freefall”. Together with Quintino he scored his second instrumental number one hit in Holland with the song “Epic”. Next to that he scored multiple top ten hits and received multiple awards during his career, including the Dutch TMF (MTV) award.
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Book details

Genre:MUSIC

Subgenre:genres & Styles / Dance

Language:English

Pages:200

Format:Soft Cover


Overview


World renowned dance music producer Maarten Vorwerk has provided his followers with a weekly tip for the last three years. He shines his light on every aspect of the music industry but mostly focuses on practical mixing and producing advice. No matter if you are a beginner or a dance music veteran. This book is a must have to keep right beside you in the studio. 156 tips that will provide you with new insights. It reminds you of things that might be forgotten and inspires you to be as creative as can be. The ultimate dance producer handbook

Read more

Description


In March 2014 I started my weekly blog on Facebook.

The #Vorwerk #TipOfTheWeek series.

With these tips I want to provide everybody the knowledge they need to become a better producer and give them a better view of the music industry.

My path was far from easy and if I knew then what I know now, then it would have saved me a lot of headaches.

Back when I started producing I didn’t have Youtube or the internet to look up theory or practical tips. So most of the stuff, I learned from trial and error, life lessons and some from books.

 

For the last three years I’ve written down 156 Tips and bundled them all together in this book.

All the tips in here are meant to help you underway. To form your mindset towards your own practical approach. To improve your mixing skills, to see different approaches for the same problem, to make you a better producer and to make you aware of some of the business things you should know.

While producing and mixing you tend to forget some of the tricks over time and by having this book in your studio it will keep you sharp and inventive to keep trying out new things.

So it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, this will be your ultimate handbook.

 

If you like to follow my future #Vorwerk #TipOfTheWeeks you can visit my facebook page at:

www.facebook.com/vorwerkmaarten

Read more

About the author


Maarten Vorwerk (25 April, 1980) is a Dutch Dance producer based in Aruba who is active in the scene since 2001. He produces under a large variety of aliases and styles. He has a discography which consists over more than 400 tracks. In the early zeros he had a lot of succes in the Jump & Hardstyle scene. Later on in his career he started to produce more commercial dance music for other DJ's and disappeared more to the background. He's primarily focussed on making Festival and Beatport topping Dance tracks. In the past decade he helped to kickstart several DJ careers with his music productions. In 2007 he scored his first instrumental number one hit in Holland and Poland with “Jeckyll & Hyde – Freefall”. Together with Quintino he scored his second instrumental number one hit in Holland with the song “Epic”. Next to that he scored multiple top ten hits and received multiple awards during his career, including the Dutch TMF (MTV) award.
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