An interview setup by Ambient Zone, where Mark de Jong, our Creative Director and Head Lecturer talks about the Chill-Out Music Experience Workshop.
Field recordings have been used on numerous ambient / chill-out albums in the past decades and is still a common ingredient on ambient productions these days.
One of the most interesting aspects of making a new music production, is the creative process of developing the core idea of a new track. Although you can’t force creativity, it’s always a challenge to get some ideas out, whether outlined or not. In this document you will discover how to generate ideas and globally work out these ideas into an initial direction of the ambient music production.
How to become a chill-out music producer? Read more about the skills and tools you need to become a chill-out music producer.
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