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    good books

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    so many books i gotta go check out now lol great info guys
    www.DextaDBeatz.com or www.Soundclick.com/DextaDBeatz to scope my music!!!
    Also would be great if you guys followed me on twitter @DextaDee hit me up!

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    [QUOTE=Staggerlee;47332704]As per hitz suggestion Im making a list of recommended books.

    Books concerning overall success in life:

    "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill
    -A MUST MUST ABSOLUTELY MUST read book about pretty much how to use the most valuable asset you will ever have - your head.

    Any other books by him are great as well.

    Music Theory

    "Theory of Harmony", "Counterpoint" and "Fundamentals of Composition" by Arnold Schoenberg - a contemporary composer, the first 2 books will give you a wealth of knowledge that can pretty soon teach how to compose entire symphonies.

    "6 Steps to Songwriting Success" - Jason Blume, a good read with some real gems.

    And add some other stuff dudes, I aint doin all the reading.
    to learn music and beat making i think that hands on is better

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    Mastering Audio: The Art and the Science by Bob Katz

    This is a great book to read & STUDY<<< Please study! Study your craft & perfect your sound!

    You guys recommendations were great though!

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    Wow, so nice to see this topic still going and glad it is guiding/helping many people.
    Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes. That way, if they get mad at you, you'll be a mile from them and they'll have no shoes.

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    Michael Hewitt's ''Music Theory for Computer Musicians'' is a very good one. He made an awesome job of vulgarizing the music theory and, whether you're a newb in producing or a seasoned beat-maker, you'll understand it.
    Last edited by kassian; 04-13-2013 at 04:39 AM.

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    What would you recommend for a begginer focusing on digital producing, daw terminology etc. Really newbie stuff.

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    That's a lot of stuff I'm gonna have to read xD...

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    i have 3 of those books on the list

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    Just got Napoleon Hills "Think and Grow Rich" I've only read the preface and half the first chapter and I already love it. Definitely recommend it. Also just ordered "Dance Music Manual: Tools, Toys, and Techniques" by Rick Snoman. Looks pretty good and I'm excited to read it.

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