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>love electronic music and decide i want to learn how to make my own
>download ableton and say to myself that i will learn how to produce electronic music
>start off messing around with a few samples, make a couple of drum loops.
>my progress was a little bit artificial because i was using purely samples and using nothing I made myself, but whatever.
>decide i need to watch a few youtube tutorials
>try put what ive learned in to practice
>attempt to make the simplest of beats by myself, fail miserably
>try to even make a bit of a remix, or sample some vocals into my own track
>nothing i make works or sounds remotely good
>maybe i need hardware
>buy a 55 euro Akai LPK25 midi controller
>cant make anything decent and end up not using it at all
>tfw ive spent about 2 months messing around on this software and i havent improved
>trying not to give up because i promised myself i wouldnt
should I just give up /mu/? is producing just not for everyone?