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    How long it takes to become genuine producer?

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    I have heard that if you want to become professional it takes about 8 years practice. Do you agree or disagree? Why?

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    im making music since 2014 and still learn new stuff

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    some prof in college said any skill takes about 10,000 hours to master. so...maybe that. idk...theres a lot to production and there's a lot to music theory so it can take some time.
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    Learning music and being a musician/producer is a life long process. If you talk to any master they will tell you that they are still learning and trying to be as good as some of their heroes. As far as being genuine, if one person tells you they like your music you are on the right track and legitimate. Try not to get caught up in likes, play counts etc. Just keep going, and embrace the journey. The best way for success is to just be consistent with your output and never stop.

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    I disagree to an extent. When I first started, I SUCKED. It has been a little over 8 years since I started and I would now say I am very accomplished. Could this have been achieved sooner? It really depends on a lot of things. A lot of what I learned came from making bad music and realizing what it is I was doing that made it bad. Of course, all of this is subjective. A terrible song to me may be wonderful to someone else. I wouldn't focus too much on that. If you like to produce, just produce! Have fun with it and don't let the opinion of others misguide you.

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