"I've taken a few other online music production courses, but none of them have been as informative as this. I had been producing music for about 2 years before taking this course and I still learned a lot. The mixing and mastering videos improved my music a ton."
"Oh man, I tried learning how to produce by watching YouTube videos, but I didn't understand what half of them were talking about. This course was perfect for me because it started with the basics and worked its way up to more advanced topics."
"I wasn't too sure what I was getting myself into, but Music Production for Beginners blew my expectations out of the water. The music theory section was especially useful and taught me how to write chord progressions."
"I thought it would be expensive to get into music production, but I could not have been more wrong. You can do a lot with just a DAW and some audio samples. At some point, I'm probably going to get the headphones that were recommended so that I can hear things clearer, but I'm having fun making songs with my laptop speakers for now."
"Decided to give this course a shot to finally learn how to use a DAW and produce EDM. I tried learning by watching YouTube videos, but it was too hard to find all the information I needed. This course taught me everything I needed to produce my first EDM song and upload it to Spotify."
"I was a bit worried that I would get stuck at certain points because it's a video series, but the support was very good. You can comment on the videos if you have questions and the people in the BGA Facebook group are really helpful too."
"It doesn't matter which genre of music you want to produce because you can take the stuff you learn and apply it in lots of different ways. I've already made a few hip hop beats, pop songs, and electronic tracks since finishing the course. Thanks, Charles!"
"I had a bunch of acoustic songs I wanted to record and this taught me everything I needed to know to do that. If you want to record audio, you obviously need to spend some money on stuff like a microphone, but Charles gave some great budget-friendly gear recommendations. Having said this, you don't need to spend any money to get started because the course teaches you how to write music using audio samples and virtual instruments too."
"Loved the course. I never thought I'd be able to learn music theory, but now I know how to write chord progressions. I didn't realize there was a formula you could use to do this. Everything is taught in a very methodical way that makes sense."
"I knew a little bit about recording going into this, but it wasn't something I was confident about. Since taking the course, I've recorded myself singing a few times and have been really happy with how my recordings have turned out. The DIY recording booth made a much bigger difference than I thought it would."