Music producer and bestselling author Jamie Raine has published a beginners music book to help the next generation of musicians produce their own songs with FL Studio.
With his rise to popularity on TikTok and Instagram, Raine has amassed more than 750,000 followers – and is pursuing his entrepreneurial ambitions with the release of his latest guide to help people make music. His previous book on social media success became a number 1 best-selling book on Amazon in two different categories.
Raine is also a dance/electronic and hip-hop producer, working on productions for artists all around the world and in his latest guide, he shares his tips on how he’s managed to establish himself in the music scene and the mindset people need to get to the next level.
Following the release of his first single ‘Already Fallen’, Jamie has managed to set trends in the music scene with the track becoming a new favourite in the dance/electronic genre for listeners of all ages – and his new guide reveals some of the secrets behind his methodology.
The Complete Guide to FL Studio for Beginners: How To Make Music By Jamie Raine
In Raine’s latest guide, music can be quickly made through the discovery of the essential FL Studio basics, while readers are taught how the process works and how they can get the tangible results for longterm success using FL Studio. The guide also goes in-depth on the shortcuts to speed up the learning curve, even for users that just want to learn the basics while teaching them the knowledge on how to make tracks in the shortest time possible.
Speaking with Britain Daily about his latest book release and his inspiration for writing it, Jamie Raine said: “Despite my quick success in music, I often get asked ‘why’ and ‘how’ on a day-to-day basis. So I decided to publish a book taking the reader through my journey exactly how I did it and I aim to inspire others with the same mindset to follow their dreams within the same genre.”
To learn more, discover Jamie’s latest music here.
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