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At 10/31/12 08:16 AM, midimachine wrote: i think everyone who's serious about production should make at least one serious attempt at every prominent genre, even if they don't like the genre. it's fuckin' great practice - being out of your comfort zone is a great learning experience.
completely disagree. any serious artist makes what they want, regardless of genre / style. why make something that you don't like? so foolish to even say that, no offense.
rules aren't what keep me in abidance.
At 2/14/13 12:27 PM, DoxOfficial wrote: completely disagree. any serious artist makes what they want, regardless of genre / style. why make something that you don't like? so foolish to even say that, no offense.
I agree with this guy to some extent.
Serious Mastering specialists should practice mastering every genre they can get their hands on.
Professional Mixing engineers should practice regularly on all kinds of music and sounds.
Artist? Make art. Artists make whatever the fuck they want, it's art. A Minimal Fidget House artist won't benefit much from trying to make an Alternative Rock or Hip Hop song, very much. What would the purpose even be?
Any artist who has any measure of creativity is capable of thinking outside the box and trying new things, while still making the sounds they love and enjoy so much.