Welcome to Beat Creator Production

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NO MORE EXCUSES. You always hear people talking about how famous they could be if only they could get their “big break.” The chances of being randomly discovered freestyling on a street corner or something are…well, pretty slim. Think about how many insanely talented musicians the general population has been deprived of hearing over the years just because they couldn’t get the exposure.

In order to legitimately have a shot at a career as a musician, you need to have something actually recorded that you can distribute – whether at shows, to record labels, or just online. Until now, what’s held musicians back from being able to record was all the logistical and financial problems associated with recording in a studio. If only there was an easy, inexpensive way for people to make their own professional quality music that didn’t require massive studio expense, tons of crazy gear, or advanced technical knowledge.

Well guess what: there is.

Dr. Drum is what I use to make all my music. It’s hands-down the best program out there.

Instead of me babbling on about all of the perks of this software right now, just watch the video below to get a quick idea of how dead simple, intuitive, and AWESOME it is:

See how easy that is? And how great those beats sound? Now you see why I say “no more excuses” – absolutely anybody with a computer can do this.

 

What Else Can a Beat Creator Do?

Obviously, the primary reason somebody would want to own a beat maker is to make beats, right? Well, what happens when you make the beat, but you would like to add more to it besides just drums and percussion?

Say that you’d like to add a melody to the mix – maybe a nasty bass line or a synthesizer lead, or maybe a really soft synth pad sound just to give it some ambiance. You could go out and buy a synthesizer, some MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) cables, an external audio interface, and connect it to your computer by USB (Universal Serial Bus). You would also need some type of software that could serve as your beat making DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).

Of course you would need to know which interface would be most compatible with your system, and which cables would be the best for providing the sound you’re looking for. Also, you would want to carefully select the synthesizer, to make sure it would be appropriate for your beat creation objectives.

Then, you would need to know how to connect everything correctly and configure all of the hardware with your DAW (which I can tell you from experience can be a NIGHTMARE if you don’t know what you’re doing).

And how much would all of this cost, by the way? $1000? $5000? Making beats this way can get very expensive.

Instead of buying an actual synthesizer, you could buy a keyboard controller. This looks like a regular keyboard, except it doesn’t contain an internal sound bank. So the sounds you use are ones that reside on your computer (in your DAW, for example). Since you can store an almost infinite number of sounds on your computer (including percussion sounds for making beats), you could get more variety than on a standalone synth; but the setup and operation for a keyboard controller is just as complicated!

So what’s the answer, you ask? If you want to add melody to your beats, simply use an online beat creator that has that feature built in. No extra equipment to purchase, no complex configurations. Watch the video below to see what I mean:

 

 

Are you interested in producing your own music?

I meet people all the time who have an interest in creating their own music, whether as a hobby or  because they have aspirations of doing it professionally, but they have no idea where to start.  I had the good fortune to come across a solution, so I  decided to  start Beat Creator Production to share what I’ve learned.  If people had any idea how easy it was to remove the technical hurdle in achieving their dreams with just this simple software, everybody would be doing it.

So stick around to find out more about Dr. Drum (the absolute best piece of “equipment” you will ever buy) and get started today!