5 Great YouTube Channels for Music Production.

Dive into the realm of music production with these amazing YouTube channels and make your own music for your Indie games.

Five Great YouTube Channels For Music Production

Getting good music for your games can be expensive at times and it can be a nightmare if you try to tackle it as a beginner. There are a lot of skills and thought processes that go into making awesome music for your games as music can set the mood of the game and connect with the player instantly. Here are some great YouTube channels if you’d like to make your own music for your games. Though these channels are not geared specifically towards Game Development they surely do teach the basics and more which will get you up and running.

Cymatics

Cymatics is one of the best places to get all the necessary high-quality sound packs and loops for your tracks and their website is full of awesome content. Cymatics is a full “Motivation Pack” for beginners. They also conduct beat-making contests frequently which expands the scope for the development of your skills by helping you polish your skills along with many budding music producers around the world.

Find great content at Cymatics.

The Cymatics Show

Also, run by Cymatics, The Cymatics Show conducts awesome regular podcasts which are both extremely informative and entertaining. Their podcasts also feature popular and emerging artists who mostly talk about hacks, struggles, and most informative stuff. Great to tune in while weekend drives or relaxing showers.

Tune in to The Cymatics Show.

Sanjay C

It is a great unique channel for Music Production and is probably the only channel that talks and emphasizes the necessary gears and tools needed for all the emerging artists. The Channel is very informative and provides in-depth content.

Head over to Sanjay C.

Andrew Huang

This channel is an absolute blast in terms of absolute creativity and imagination. His unique approach and out of ordinary approach are absolutely mind-blowing. The channel is fun and entertaining to watch and is the best place to head over to when you suffer from a “Beat Block” and it also fuels new ideas for your projects.

Fuel your creativity with Andrew Huang.

Curtiss King TV

This Channel is your guide for surviving the online world and its ruthless competition for beat-making and Music Production. Sail through the rough and competitive world of music production with ease using his great advice.

Strengthen your Music Production game with Curtiss King TV.

With Love From VOiD1 Gaming

**VOiD1 Gaming is not sponsored by any of the above Channels. This list is in no particular order and preferences of the channels are solely dependent on the user's interest. All trademarks appearing in this list are registered trademarks of the respective Channels.**

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