Announcing Producers Week


I’d like to announce that next week will be Producers Week, right here, on

Producers Week will feature interviews and features with some high-profile producers and producer managers, as well as a report on this Saturday’s “So You Want To Be A Producer” webinar, presented by In The Know Seminars. (If you haven’t already registered for In The Know’s webinar, please do so by clicking here.)

As part of Producer’s Week, I would like to invite all upcoming music producers to post your questions for hit producers, Midi Mafia.

Whether you want to ask about getting into the game, selling beats, or plug-in selections, this is your opportunity to get insight and advice from Billboard charting producers.

Please leave your questions in the comments section below.

The deadline for questions is Saturday, March 14th, at 6:00pm EST.

22 thoughts on “Announcing Producers Week


    i would like to know if a manager is a good route to go. i know you have to put in your own work and network to build relationships, but i feel like the manager is the one that may have better relationships with the industry people that they deal with, and that they can seal the deal. any suggestions?


    I agree with BAO PHAM on his question. Good representation is the hardest thing to find in my opinion. They gotta know their music and really believe in the product we make. With that in mind…where do we start looking?

  3. 3rd Word

    Is it better to go to production school or invest in my own equipment and learn by myself?

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  9. Bao Pham aka Classic

    In response to 3rd Word, in my personal experience, interning at a credible studio was waaay better than going to school. Learning the “language” of studio stuff is where school comes in, like compression, eq, limiting, signal-to-noise ratio, etc. You may not get paid at the studio while interning, and may have to take the trash out and sweep the floor, but the hands-on experience is priceless. Find the right studio first and learn from the right person.

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  13. FWDF

    Given the current state of the music Industry, would you still advise one to fully pursue a musical career with no real back up plan?

  14. Dana

    Since Swift is from Canada, how important was it for you to move to USA for your career? I’m not from Canada, but I live in a small city that has NOTHING and think I might have to move to NY or ATL.

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  17. LL72

    Can u make money with a web site where u can offer ur beats for sell or lease ? And do digital record labels make money & if so how?

  18. Tommy tucker

    How do I even get my music heard by the right people for them to choose if they like my music or not, I know my beats are authentinc and tuff but I can’t get them heard by the right people

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