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Starfox

FL Studio 12 Hip-hop beat

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Feel free to download and use this in any way that you want.

 

http://puu.sh/m4nKv/6d9d8bb3ba.mp3

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^^ Thanks my brother is an aspiring rapper.

@Starfox If you have anymore beats for free that you are willing to give out, my brother will listen to them and may use for a song. PM with more or post them here! Please respond back!

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Not bad bro, couple tips...

 

- I'd throw a muted kick drum in over the 808 to make it punch harder

- compression on master channel, too much room in the mix

- pan your hats, have one track panned to the left and one to the right, and make them 1-5 milliseconds apart

- I'd probably pan that main steel drum / synth track to the right a little bit or chuck some stereo reverb on it, feels too centered

 

I kind of want to share my own beats here but I'm kind of hesitant to link up my soundcloud / bandcamp with my tribot account lol

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- pan your hats, have one track panned to the left and one to the right, and make them 1-5 milliseconds apart

Probably one of the best methods to improve your track for sure, spacing will help soften the dynamic.

 

A lot of people would argue that panning your instruments in correlation to a real drum set would be ideal.

 

I used to be into creating music but I just feel that as a person who struggles to play an instrument and find it hard to stay on beat,I'd doubt that I could make enjoyable music which others would enjoy.

 

Great track, hope to see more.

Edited by Liam.

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Probably one of the best methods to improve your track for sure, spacing will help soften the dynamic.

 

A lot of people would argue that panning your instruments in correlation to a real drum set would be ideal.

 

I used to be into creating music but I just feel that as a person who struggles to play an instrument and find it hard to stay on beat,I'd doubt that I could make enjoyable music which others would enjoy.

 

Great track, hope to see more.

 

Yeah, imagining a live band playing is a great way to space out your track. Also, with the hat panning, this can also be great for lead instruments and vocals. Just always make sure you shift one track a few milliseconds forward or you get that nasty phase effect.

 

I just mucked around for a few minutes in FL on Starfox's track, this is what I came up with...

 

http://puu.sh/m5EsN/4cbf398a49.mp3

http://puu.sh/m5EsN/4cbf398a49.mp3
Edited by fatdoobie2

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Yeah, imagining a live band playing is a great way to space out your track. Also, with the hat panning, this can also be great for lead instruments and vocals. Just always make sure you shift one track a few milliseconds forward or you get that nasty phase effect.

 

I just mucked around for a few minutes in FL on Starfox's track, this is what I came up with...

 

http://puu.sh/m5EsN/4cbf398a49.mp3

http://puu.sh/m5EsN/4cbf398a49.mp3

that's good.

 

also there is a kick, and the bass is not an 808 kick drum it is a nexus synth i made.

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