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Thread Beat implementation

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Heitazheita

Heitazheita

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1 Posted on 08/05/2004 at 06:56:16
How is it lads and gents over here? Today i would like to ask a lot of assistance from somegurus in here.My problem is that i have lots of phat beats in my head but what i'm lacking is that i cant implement those beats by means of software based sequencers and synthesizers around me i only make beats which sounds the way they are but they do not sound the way i want them to sound like those i do have in my head.May any guru in here tell me what shoul i do to be able to make and implement those beats i do have in my head? This problem keeps bursting my head cause it costs me a lot of thinking, and lead me to ask the question that making beats to sound the way you want is it a trial and error or a straight up thing which needs a lot of practice and experience or something?
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