go here KVR: Virtual Instruments, Virtual Effects, VST Plugins, Audio Units (AU), DirectX (DX), Universal Binary Compatibility - Audio Plugin News, Reviews and Community
the site has tons of info on free softsyths and what works well
most important makes sure the hosting software you use FL Studio,cubase ect. is not pirated .. they usually don't work right and you won't get far..so if you're strapped for cash look for the acedemic versions or LE versions of programs around $100 to $200 get yourself a paper route ...summer job..whatever.. get some stuff for birthday presents,christmas..
have your parents cop you a MIDI keyboard controller....
go to www.tweakheadz.com
and learn some things...this site is not really for newbies more for ppl who have general knowledge of audio production/engineering and just want some opinions or want to discuss workflow and mainly gear...
FL Studio is cheap but powerful and you can get a lifetime update package
young man these production community sites are harsh.. because we get what's the best hip hop synth thread every other day.. it doesn't seem ppl read the stickly thread at the top of it forum subpage.. saying use the search button...
so the best thing is to do at your age is get FL Studio some free but powerful vsts... and study this stuff like its an assignment from school here a link that I set up for ppl just like you
oh and check out Reaper
super,super,super powerful and fully functional for free but soon as you can buy a registion ... A great FP link for newbies IMO - Future Producers
over at www.futureproducers.com
get with obitheincredible about reaper Future Producers - View Profile: Obitheincredible
see most will flame you up real quick instead of stearing someone in the right direction.. see I read and read and read on link,recording mags,electronic musicians mags. and took hed to what ppl said as using the search function...
but hey we all need help so young man I hope you take hed to this information and get cracking on studying production/audio engineering..and you know what it can get expensive quick but buying a MIDI keyboard at walmart as long as it has MIDI in and out will work.. buy small learn and then spend when you know what you're doing.
I have been at this for about 10 years now and now I'm about to pour out $40k on a studio equipment I won't do that off top ...learn the trade before that lol
ppl stop beating up the newbies lol