Designing the sound and pace for an artist or even creating your own tracks is not as easy as it is portrayed. Being a music producer takes dedication and patience as well as the software to put it all together.
It is important for a music producer to understand music and how to read music charts. Having a large arsenal of different sounds and effects can make the difference between an alright track and a great one.
The first step to becoming a music producer is practice. Take your favorite songs and listen to them deeply. Listen to the different layers and how they connect to each other determining the tempo and rhythm of the song. Then try to reproduce the overall feeling with your own work. Take it layer by layer adding in hats, snares, bass, synths, and other musical elements. It is most important to make these different layers sound clean and this is the truly difficult part of becoming a producer. It can take hours to tune and distort certain sounds to a perfect level. It can be tough to judge what needs to be changed but with practice the ear will become more tuned in to these sounds.
After much practice and learning you will probably be able to produce something worthy of play time. You can decide to make your own music and release it to the public or you can find an artist to collaborate with. Send emails of your music to managers or agents and eventually you will become a producer.