I was thinking about it!
Oh, and @Elemental, if you’re looking for genres, why don’t you try: post-hardcore, deathcore, deathstep, dubstep, metalstep, etc.
@Charmander, what do you actually mean by don’t add reverb to all channels. There is almost no reason not to add reverb to any and all of your channels. @Quazy, that is very good advice indeed.
*Taking notes* Thanks for the advice, @QШΔZY!
Here are some tips i found online:
1. Take a night out. Hearing EDM on a club system is a great reminder of how it’s really supposed to sound.
2. Base your song around visuals. Photos and visual art are great sources of inspiration for music.
3. Mix two ideas together. Good songs always have a minimum of two ideas. Example: festival type energy & mellow breakdown.
4. Work from a theme. Groovy? Sad? Enlightening? Pick a theme for your track and you’ll find inspiration flows.
5. Listen to the best music you know. It shouldn’t discourage you as a producer, it should inspire you.
Thanks for the advice! I needed inspiration for my next song, and i'll try the piano next. Also, I usually don't add reverb to all channels. Thanks!
I like the piano and good beat style. And try using the degrader it sounds cool. I hope you see this and take my advise. P.S Don't add reverb to all channels!!