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How can I beat it there somwhere I can get lessons and can make a simple beat?
I mean I always thought about it Beats what I love it when you use the easy thing to beat the machines, the tracks are made with and sounds already, but I really want to beat in and songs do produce quite a bit. I want to use them to track especially: http://www.imeem.com/people/6r-c7Ce/music/R9pO7zvK/william_devaughn_be_thankful_for_what_you_got/ but only the choir.
Already the first thing you need … the desire to do it. There are many ways to get started, depending on how much have free time and save get money. First you must decide if your beats are hardware or software based. I call the pros and cons of the two. Obviously the hardware is older of the two. This would be dedicated to drum machines and samplers like old school SP-1200 (DJ Premiere Sound) or MPC (more like Kanye). This includes modern synths like Yamaha motiff, Roland Fantom and many more (Neptunes sound) and vintage synths such as Moog's (Dr Dre type bass lines). Pros more hands on. a computer can be used, no matter how well With. often more stable than software is usually easier to use for live performance. Cons normally more limited than software (not always a bad thing), depending on which way you It may be more a chore less flexible software including "all-in-one DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) programs such as Logic, Reason, Sonar, Fruity Loops, Software Synths (there are emulations of classic synths, drum machines, samplers and effects, and totally original creations that are based software), software-based Sampler, sound editors and software that really no equivalent hardware. Pros much cheaper to start (you can actually have a decent beat with Freeware) flexibility (switching of software is often easier than the same with hardware) Comfort (this can go both ways depending on what you are. Overall, however, it is easier for a software Based producer of home complete an entire track as a hardware-based one) Disadvantages: If your computer is screwed down to handheld computers to crash feel at fault. many the "cons" listed for i may be overcome or play do not come in. Using a number of producers. My setup includes both, although most of my sounds are now triggered via software and hardware methods. many of the top producers use both some of the degree. As far as learning techniques, I recommend the following three 1. Surfing through forums for beat makers. many beat makers of experienced newcomers to exchange information. 2. Search on YouTube. there are people who make the beats you by Step by step. 3. Experiment. Find out what people who make music are in the style that you want to do and try. There are trial versions of most of the popular software programs. Do you have an idea of what you feel comfortable with practice, practice, practice. I recommend starting with software because you do not money invest a lot. If you use the most simple beats with samples, programs like Acid and Fruity Loops Are (FL Studio now officially) not a bad starting points. If you have a Mac use is garage band not a bad starting place and then move to Logic Express. hope this helped.
Danny Diggs Beat Maker