7 Questions Any Music Producer Should Ask Themselves

February 20, 2011

I meet people all the time who either aspire to be a music producer, claim to be one, or are well on their way to becoming a music producer. There are a couple of questions that you need to ask yourself before taking the leap to become the next Timbaland, Rick Rueben or Jermaine Dupri. […]

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AER Dual Mix Preamp Console Review

February 18, 2011
AER PReamp

One of my favorite preamp’s that have been recently using is the AER Dual Mix. It is a 2 channel preamp that I use for a DI-box more vocal microphones and line-in signals for recording guitar. Also useful for active bass guitars direct inputs. It also comes standard with four digital effects mixes which you […]

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Smooth Criminal on Dueling Cellos

February 6, 2011
Dueling cellos

I was recently turned on to two croatian artists that play a really good remedtion of Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal. It is done in a dueling cello kind of style. I have always appreciated watching talent musicians perform their craft, especially when it has a modern edge to it. How many times do we really […]

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17 Careers you can actually make a living at in the music industry

February 2, 2011
17 Careers in music

Most people, when I hear them talk about the music business usually talk about being one of three things, a musician, music producer or label representative.   These are all good aspirations to have…but did you konw that there are many different types of ways that you can make a sustainable living within the music industry? There […]

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Know How Music Producer Careers Starts

August 2, 2010
Starting your music career

Like any other careers, music producer careers start at the basics. First, you must gain experience. Skills you have to possess to become successful in this field are not found in book or resources online alone. Working with talented professionals will be a good way to start. Traditionally, producers begin work as engineers in studios […]

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The Value Of Knowing The History Of Hip-Hop

July 20, 2010
Value of Hip Hop

As what they say if you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday.  Knowing history will make us understand and appreciate more of what we have.  When you hear hip-hop what comes first in your mind? Do you have a clear picture of what hip-hop really is?  Have you ever wonder where it […]

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Rap Instrumental Beats

July 20, 2010
Rap Beat Instrumentals

Welcome to the good life. How could you be so heartless? Do these two titles ring a bell? Yes you got that right. We are talking about Kanye West here. A master of rap instrumental beats that he is now, Kanye West started from a scratch too. It was all about locking himself up in […]

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Online Drum Machine: the backbone of every tune!

July 20, 2010
Drum Machine

What is a drum machine? For those of us who do not know, a drum machine, which is also referred to as a rhythm machine, is a digital drummer that serves the purpose of repeated drum patterns that can be used as the back beat of tracks of various genres including jazz, pop, hard rock […]

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Crunk Beats

Crunk Beats 101

April 1, 2010

Yaaaaayaahh!!! Crunk is also known as crazy and drunk combined together. Therefore crunk beats is a formation of beats that make can make you get hyphy and ready to party! Nowadays crunk music has grown drastically from Ice T to Lil Jon. It originated from the Dirty South. What better way to make music then to […]

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Beats 365 Review

December 31, 2009
Beats 365

Beats 365 Rating: Visit website: Click Here Full Review: Beats are the glue that hold every other aspect of a song or track together. Having the right beats means half the job done. But does making the right beat mean a cost of several thousand dollars, recruiting a producer, an engineer and so on? Not […]

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