Music Production Mastery:

All You Need to Know About Producing Music, Songwriting, Music Theory and Creativity (Two Book Bundle)
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Length: 6 hrs and 34 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Everything you need to know about making music in one place! 

Grab your chance to own this two book bundle by Tommy Swindali. Covering everything you need to know about Music Production, Songwriting, Music Theory and Creativity. Including: 

  • Music Production the Advanced Guide on How to Produce for Music Producers
  • Music Elements: Music Theory, Songwriting, Lyrics & Creativity Explained

Music Production the Advanced Guide on How to Produce for Music Producers

Do you love producing music?  Do you know what it takes to go from being a bedroom producer to a successful hit maker? 
 

If you believe you have what it takes then keep reading and let's create a masterpiece!

With all the music production advice out there, it can be very easy to get overwhelmed. You may get a vague idea of the general topic, but you're more likely to be confused, and you definitely won't have any workable knowledge.

Well, the good news is this book changes that. Designed to take the complex world of music production, and explain it in simple terms. If you are a home-based musician then this is a must have for making your music sound professional. For the pros and semi-pros out there, this is a great book for understanding what good music production entails. 

You can apply this knowledge to any genre of music and your music will sound balanced, clean, professionally mixed. 
 

Music Elements: Music Theory, Songwriting, Lyrics & Creativity Explained
 

Do you struggle writing songs?  Have you ever tried learning music theory but found it hard or thought that it wasn't necessary? 

If you are finding that you are writing songs, and whilst they sound good, there is something missing then read on. What you are missing is the sense of harmony and emotion that professional producers and songwriters have. Your about to discover everything you need to know about music theory, songwriting, lyrics, and creativity.  

Turn Your Songs Into An Emotional Journey 

It's time to embrace your inner artist, make your own rules, and start creating like never before. Whether you're just starting out as a songwriter or are a more experienced one looking for a new perspective, then this book will help you.

Studying music can be a long journey, but with this book, you'll gain tons of vital information in a short period of time. With this knowledge I promise you that your songs will be better than 90 percent of the songs you hear on the radio. 
 

More importantly, no matter where your songs end up, you will be confident you have written your best music.

What are you waiting for?
 

Start making music by uncovering all the tools you need today. 
 

Buy this book today!

©2019 Tommy Swindali (P)2019 Tommy Swindali

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Recommended

Nice intro to music production. Great info. Would recommend to anyone wanting information on music. I absolutely loved this book. It surprised me. I received it as a Kindle First, but I might have to purchase a physical copy to force--ahem, insist upon to my friends.

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good information

great information, easy to follow, and wonderful. good for beginners who aspire to be in the music industry.

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Extreme Lack of Diversity in Examples

Almost all examples given are of Sis White Males. In order to have comprehensive knowledge about the subject in which you are studying, equal representation within examples is a must. The author did not consider their audience at all.

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Eh

An awkward blend of beginner information for someone who has never attempted to make music before, and a handful of bits of technical information that can be useful to one who does have experience. I understand that these books are about music, but between various grammatical errors and hearing things like "John McCartney" and "Smoke in the Water", I found it more difficult to take seriously (whether it was a lack of editing in the book itself, or the audible recording).

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Unlistenable Disaster

Zero stars. This book is an unlistenable mess. I can’t review its content because the narrator’s horrible presentation put me in a state of outrage. I had to stop. Awful.

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Wonderful

I think this was a great book. If you just starting in the music industry this book covers all the basic you need to help get you started.

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Great book

I'm starting out on music production and this book is really helpful I've only had for a day and I'm already learning a lot from this book. really it is nice book.

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Nice book

The author provides easy-to-follow, concrete tips and valuable information. If you're new to songwriting, this provides good ideas on how to get started. If you're more experienced, there's also more advanced tips.

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very in depth

I have listened to it twice so far. has many useful tools for aspiring musicians or producers

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Good book

This is the best Kindle First book that I have listen in a long time. The story is exquisite, the words just flow. Love the characters, it follows the family for several decades. this one is wonderful. Highly recommend.

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Useful, but hard to follow

Within the first book, the constant call to action was annoying. Not what I expect from an Audio book. I could have gone to YouTube for that. Very usful content in any case. The second book was hard to follow. I feel it should have been adapted for audio rather than read letter for letter, word for word and number by number. Reading off the contents was unnecessary, especially when the numbers were also being spoken. Reading off the numbers of a numbered list also did not translate well due to stating degrees of scales with numbers also. The forced british accent was also off putting and because it wasn't adapted for an audio book, I tended to drift off. This is not good as it is not an easy subject to grasp. I feel it should have had less big words to digest, because of the subject matter. The only reason I understood was because I have regular weekly guitar lessons, where we have been covering Music Theory. All this being said, I gave it 3 Stars instead of 2 because the content seems correct and it is still usefull. I would not however, recomend this for beginners.

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