Future Music - - ALBUM REVIEWS -

Don’t get bogged down cre­at­ing a minute-long in­tro de­signed for DJs un­til af­ter you’ve made the core sec­tion of your track. This way, you’ll have lots of sonic ma­te­rial from later in the track to use for your in­tro. For an in­ter­est­ing touch of vari­a­tion, switch up your chord ar­range­ments by us­ing a dif­fer­ent synth for each note of the chord. If you feel like copy­ing the struc­ture of an­other track, try us­ing ex­am­ples from gen­res other than the one you’re cre­at­ing to in­spire fresh twists on tried-and-tested for­mu­las. If one or more of your track el­e­ments just don’t seem to work in the con­text of the big­ger pic­ture, then don’t be afraid to delete and move on.

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