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22 Sep 2015

If you are just starting out and figuring out how to make beats, throughout the idea can be fun however, when you get stuck inside can be really frustrating. One of the biggest mistakes people make isn't knowing the style of beats they need to produce, so what eventually ends up happening is a beat is made, but with no known style. - 50 Cent Style Beat

Some times, without even realizing, men and women will produce a beat with lots of styles mixed in to one beat, and most almost daily it sounds... rubbish - to be blunt. Luckily to suit your needs here are 3 simple tips which should make it easier for you to pick a style of beats to generate and be on your way to producing killer beats.

Know your lifestyle?

For some reason most people miss the opportunity this step, and go straight straight into making a beat lacking the knowledge of what kind of style beat their gonna produce. So, here's a good way to know your thing - Ok, now we've identified you'll need a style, what's it usually: Hip Hop, R n' B, pop, west cost, east cost and so on... once you've figured out your lifestyle, you'll have an idea of learning to make your beats.

Pick a artist mimic?

Now you know your style, who's the best at making beats because style? Or whose beats do you want in the style you've selected? Once you've got an artist or few, begin to make beats that you think they want.

Listen to their work?

When you have got your artist to imitate listen to their work, take the time to listen to their style get yourself a feel for it. Add then answer these questions afterwards:

Exactly what do you like?

What do you think you could improve?

What do you think is missing?

How can you take what you've learnt through the artist and make it your own personal? - 50 Cent Style Beat

I hope you have found the following tips useful and hopefully enable you to on your way to producing killer beats.


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