Endurance Onslaught 3.0
Originally Posted by lily View Post
question on hi hat patterns: would it be good to place hi hats so that rolls fall before 808s kick in and then a shorter roll a bit after?


I usually put hihat rolls before snare hits or right after it hits. But I reckon it should work too, depends on how it sounds with the other drums.
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Originally Posted by lily View Post
okay, i messed w my hi hat pattern and came up w this beat

https://soundcloud.com/wickedwitchof...boys-type-beat

thoughts?

I actually love the drum programming on this one, the hihats could use a little bit more flow to 'em I feel like, though.
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i made this today, https://soundcloud.com/wickedwitchof...e-beat/s-k4cpn
its privated for now because ive been making these pretty quickly, might release publically on soundcloud in a few days
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Hey, I've been listening today to this song and I figured I'd drop it here as some sort of reference point in what I think is a good trap song/beat in the terms we discussed above.

Not only do I think the song structure is good, but also pay attention to the mixing, too.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKidDg3OFq0
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holy shit that song is crazy, the beat change was wildly unexpected honestly. I'll try something like it in the future. I also kind of want to have a producer tag lol, they seem to just add some personalization to things, thanks for sharing
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Originally Posted by lily View Post
holy shit that song is crazy, the beat change was wildly unexpected honestly. I'll try something like it in the future. I also kind of want to have a producer tag lol, they seem to just add some personalization to things, thanks for sharing

Hey, no problem. Once again, if you ever had any other questions you're more than welcome to PM me.
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You're going to want to get better samples. Those high hats are really bad. It's great that you're pumping out content, but you should try to focus on a specific genre. Try something challenging so you learn a new technique or something. I don't know your music taste but go for something. lol