I'm an office worker, and my hobby is to like EDM at the level of DJing. I'm not good at it. I have a friend who wants to debut as a professional, and I wanted to give him feedback. As we talk to each other, it's not easy to tell them when they don't know the terms or expressions. He knows he has to be strong, and I didn't mean to be aggressive, but I hope it works out. So somehow, I got interested in this field. I thought it would be nice to make my favorite genre of music, so I started it as a hobby. I've been working in other fields in the first place, so I've been pretty much a stranger to music. Since I don't know anything, I decided to take a few beginner's classes. Before this lecture, I heard that there are many common requirements, so I thought I should learn that first. (The little kitty is better than I thought) In my field, the process of copying was quite important, so I wanted to follow the whole process of making it. The lecture I took before was about an analysis of track composition on an open track or a theoretical part, so I thought this was necessary. I bought this lecture in early July and I've been waiting for it. I'm enjoying it with anticipation. If you make it once, you'll start to see more and you'll change your mind. I wish I could do well as a second character, but I can't see it right now because I'm overwhelmed with my job. ㅠ But like you said, I think it's important to reach the goal in front of you first. Listen to some of the lectures, experience the whole flow, catch the important things, and study regularly. I'll choose some of my favorite genres and make demo songs. My biggest goal for now is to complete the song that I'm most satisfied with and give it to someone as a gift.
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