Music production is an activity that one never stops learning, there are always new tools and techniques that are worth discovering. I have learned a lot personally because of watching tutorials, reading blogs and specialty mags. There are currently so many websites and YouTube channels with tutorials, courses and tips of all kinds that it can be overwhelming figuring out when to start. The fact of the matter, however, is that there is truckloads of information for every level. In the end, the clearer the concept you have on what you need to learn, the easier finding things will be for you.
Here’s several sites that I consider full of valuable information and are worth checking out if you want to expand your studio skills.
A YouTube channel with excellent advice on producing with Logic Audio, one of the top DAW’s today.
An independent electronic music mag dedicated that publishes news and reviews about technology, techniques, creativity and some very good tutorials.
A site specialized for Ableton Live users with tutorials for every level.
THE PRO AUDIOFILES
A community that gathers audio professionals from all over the world and publishes articles and videos about recording, mixing, production and mastering.
Dave Pensado is a Grammy-winning audio engineer and his YouTube channel is full of advice on mixing.