You probably know, as much as I do, that when you research for something online you will be presented with a lot of results. The same goes for when you are looking for a beat maker software, you will be presented with so many possibilities that it can be very confusing to pick the right one.

If you are serious about making sick beats, here are a few tips to consider before you make your final decision on which one to buy…

1. The Price is Right – Know what you can afford to spend and how much you want to spend. Then stick to it as much as possible! You don’t have to get the most expensive one to make some hot music. You may think that expensive equals quality, but don’t get caught in that frame of mind. Trust me… there are great beat making software that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Make sure that you consider software that is well within your budget. You will be able to find something pretty damn sweet under $100.
2. Ease of Use – If you are just starting out, you definitely don’t want to get discouraged immediately after buying your beat maker. A lot of people actually do this, thinking that complicated software is the way to make great music. That isn’t true.
3. 16 is your Number – Get a 16-track sequencer, not 8-tracks. You will be able to create a master canvas that you can tweak and produce music better.
4. Beat of the Drum – Get a beat making software that has a drum machine. You definitely want some heart and soul. You’re not going to get very far without one.
5. Keyboarding – You should also include a keyboard, how else will you create melodies and chords? If you want more dynamism in your beat, you should get keyboards.
6. Large Resource Pool – What I mean here is that you should have a large library that has limitless effects and different genres of music. Notice how music cannot be classified into one category these days? Hybrids are created with beat making machines, create yours!
7. BPM – Beats per minute. Be a control freak and make sure that no two beats are exactly the same. Make some unique sounds.
8. Export Easy – You definitely want to be able to export your music to .mp3 format, this is the most common way of transferring and playing music. MP3 is ok… but if you really want to impress,, try to get a that allows you to export in .wav format.
9. Volume control – Control your volume individually with the 16-tracks you have. So that you can manipulate your sounds easier, and better.
10. Get some Training – videos that help you train rock. Use them to start off, and then venture on your own.

Now, play some music!


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