You love music and not just love the music itself but you love putting them together and creating your very own unique music. You can do this with the help of free tools from all over the internet regardless if you are using an Apple or a Windows device. Record and mix music all you want in your studio equipped with Security Film Installer – Triad Security or in your own room, it doesn’t really matter.
Check out the best free production tools that you can use right now. There’s no better time to get into music and production if you have a device that you can make music on.
Digital Audio Workstations or DAWs
DAW would be like the brain of the operation. It’s what you would use to record everything into. It’s where you would arrange all the little pieces of music that you are making, and you could mix it on.
GarageBand. This still reigns for Apple devices. It gets better and better over the years and it has totally usable fully-featured daw. There is even a number of well-known artists who have released albums that were completely recorded in Garage Band.
Cakewalk, LMMS, Arthur, and Audacity. For Windows devices, Cakewalk takes the best DAW tool that you can use. However, there are various DAWs that are multi-platform like Lmms and Arthur. Both seem like very functional programs. And then a bit more on the basic side is Audacity which could be good if you are a beginner.
Jeskola Buzz Tracker. One special mention in this category is a tracker. Not exactly a DAW but a program for a certain type of electronic music-making workflow. Jeskola Buzz has been around for a very long time that makes it possible for sequencing different data parameters that don’t sound fun but it actually is.
There are hundreds or maybe thousands of free plugins available out there however the top recommendations from top music artists.
Towel. They make a whole bunch of different plugins. There’s reverb, chorus, and vocoder. Anything from Towel has a lot of Pro plugins that a lot of people in the industry. They feature a lot of free plugins that have lots of features and sound really good.
Spitfire. This plugin is also loved by the industry for their sample libraries. Super realistic sounding with very high quality. They put out a free collection of instruments called labs and they just sound awesome.
Glitch Machines. If you are into glitchy stuff, you would love this plugin. They feature two free plugins – hysteresis and fracture – which are just as glitchy as you want them to be.
There are more free tools that you can use for your music production. Check out the Andrew Huang’s featured video on the best free music tools down below.