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Last updated on September 15th, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Welcome to Bedroom Producers Blog, the most popular budget-friendly online magazine for musicians, music producers and sound designers. Based in Belgrade, Serbia and independently owned, BPB has published over 3,000 news articles, tutorials, gear reviews and videos since 2009.

You can learn more about our website by clicking here and meet our team of authors below. For media inquiries, please get in touch by clicking here

Tomislav is a journalist, music producer and web designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the owner and editor-in-chief here at Bedroom Producers Blog.3094 Articles


Ben Bishop is a music producer based out of Nashville, TN. He works with many local artists in the pop/indie world and has a recording studio in East Nashville.62 Articles


Bryan Lake is a sound designer and a musician. He publishes sound design tutorials and sound libraries on his website Sound Author.49 Articles


D Smolken is a musician, artist and a sampling expert. He creates freely downloadable SFZ libraries available on his website Karoryfer Samples.40 Articles


Sendy has been making music in her bedroom since she was 14 using computers, synthesizers, samplers, and whatever else was at hand. She does not subscribe to any one genre but enjoys energetic, constantly changing rhythms, disorienting synthesizer manipulations, and heroic chiptune melodics.16 Articles


Johnny Marsh is guitarist and drummer from Stourbridge, England. He produces electronic-infused progressive metal under the moniker T3TRA, with a particular penchant for blending downtuned guitars with synthesizers. He also drinks far too much coffee.11 Articles


Sami Rabia is a career sound designer and owns Aiyn Zahev Sounds. He has worked with companies such as U-he, Xils-lab, DiscoDSP, Synapse-audio & Tone2, as well as created independent sound banks for Massive, Serum, Sylenth1, Dune, Zebra2 & others.9 Articles


Chaos and process are the guiding principles in Basso's art. Chaos is the underlying force that drives our world with its entanglement and uncertainty. By introducing randomness into art and fighting to control it we can encourage evolution of our process. Process is where an artist exists; art is merely the byproduct of this existence. Obsess over the process.7 Articles


Moldova's most obtrusive music geek.6 Articles


Nick is a producer from the US who listens to far too much music.5 Articles


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