Today, you just need DubTurbo. DubTurbo comes with everything you need packed into a single software product. DubTurbo is available for both the Mac and Windows platforms, so if you already own a computer, you have everything you need to make to make your own fresh beats. Better still, DubTurbo lets you lay down broadcast-quality 44.1 kHz .WAV files, so your music is ready for distribution immediately after you record it.
DubTurbo also comes with these exceptional features you won’t want to pass up on: a 16-track sequencer, a 4-octave keyboard and a drum machine that lets you make the kind of beats you and the rest of the world want to hear!
DubTurbo’s 16-track sequencer is a professional-quality tool that allows you to duplicate sounds easily with just a click-and-drag action. DubTurbo also gives you a royalty free library of literally thousands of sounds that you can sample and remix as you like. You can use the resulting music in any way you want to. Keep it for yourself, share it with friends, pop it into a mixtape or sell it on iTunes! The choice is yours.
DubTurbo transforms your computer into a high-powered professional recording tool. Use your keyboard to unleash a hot drum pad and plug your beats into an awesome built-in synthesizer. DubTurbo lets you make music like a professional, and you’ll get the professional-quality sound you need to impress your friends and fans alike!
There’s more. In addition to being an awesome beatmaker, DubTurbo is a teaching tool that will help you learn how to use the software and make the beats people want to hear. DubTurbo comes with an awesome library of tutorial videos that let you learn how to unlock DubTurbo’s power. You don’t have to have mad skillz to use DubTurbo, but you’ll definitely sound like you do, and all for a fraction of the cost of renting a professional recording studio and paying the staff to help you lay down your beats.
DubTurbo is a great way to jump into the music market and make your mark among fans who are just waiting to find you!
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If you’re ready to make a statement in the rap world, Sonic Producer can help you get heard. Sonic Producer is a one-of-a-kind beatmaking software package that you don’t want to be without. Sonic Producer is with you all the way, whether you’re an experienced rap artist or just starting out. Sonic Producer has something for everyone.
Aside from its great features, like a 16-track built-in mixer, Sonic Producer comes with a full library of tutorial videos to show you not only how to use the program but also how to make the beats that people want to hear! It’s a great tool for beginners who want to stand out on the rap music scene.
Sonic Producer has everything you need. You don’t need to buy a lot of additional equipment or rent expensive studios to get professional sounding rap beats and recording capabilities. Sonic Producer is available for both the Mac and PC platforms, so you don’t have to buy more computer gear or miss out on such a great program!
Sonic Producer also comes with a large library of royalty-free samples that you can use with your raps. Royalty-free is the key when it comes to making rap beats. You can spend thousands of dollars licensing rap beats from other artists, but with Sonic Producer, you have a complete library available to you all the time and without having to pay additional fees to use them.
When you buy Sonic Producer, the video tutorial library and the library of samples are included in the price you pay for the software. The sample library alone may save thousands! Better still, you can do whatever you want with the beats – use them for your own personal sound, record them, sell them, distribute them or perform live using them. The sample library is yours!
Sonic Producer also lets you export your music to MP3 and distribute your sound around town. Sonic Producer is a stand-out product. Download your copy today!
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If you’re trying to make it in rap music today, you need more than free rap beats. That’s why Sonic Producer offers a full software suite, including royalty-free rap beats plus the software you need to mix up your own music. Start simple by making your own mixtapes. Then add your own instrumentals on our full-featured software.
If you’re not sure how to create the rap beats people want to hear, Sonic Producer has you covered there, too! Sonic Producer offers a collection of unbeatable video tutorials that show you how to use the software and make the beats that rap music fans are dying to hear. Once you’re done with your mix, export it to MP3 and give it to local DJs, your friends or keep it to yourself.
Sonic Producer lets you experiment with rap beats to create your own unique sound. Whether you want to get into the club scene, or just write your own raps, Sonic Producer can help. Sonic Producer is available for both the Mac and PC, and there’s no special equipment for you to buy.
Sonic Producer has a built in 16-track mixer to allow you to make professional-quality sound recordings. Make rich-sounding beats using the royalty-free beat samples you find on Sonic Producer. Sonic Producer has thousands of sound samples, too. The royalty-free beats alone make Sonic Producer worth the investment you’ll make.
Once you have your beats laid down, you can accompany your music or just listen to your own creations. You can even collaborate with other up-and-coming artists. Make and share your own tracks, sample each others tracks and put together your own mixtapes featuring local talent!
You can get started with Sonic Producer right away. Simply download the program and get going. There’s no additional equipment to buy and no royalties to pay later on. You get really powerful beatmaking software, thousands of royalty-free samples, and video tutorials that can help you make the most of Sonic Producer. Don’t wait! Start making your music today with a little help from Sonic Producer.
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Some high school math teachers have turned to making rap beats to help their students understand the basic concepts of rap music. At Westerville South High School in Westerville, OH outside of Columbus, Dave Schultz and Tyler Winner, two math teachers at the school, have created a miniature YouTube sensation with a rap entitled “Teach Me How To Factor.” The song takes is musical stylings from Cali Swag District’s “Teach Me How To Dougie.” To date, the algebraic rap has been viewed nearly 80,000 times.
What is the impact of the song? Students say that the rap has helped them remember the rules of algebra when it comes to factoring, and some have even attributed their improved grades to the song. Using music to make school subjects more accessible isn’t new by any means, but some students think that the rap music helps bring math to them in a medium they’re comfortable with.
Since “Teach Me How To Factor” made its debut, the beatmakers have also released “Getting Triggy Wit It,” a trigonometry-based parody of Will Smith’s “Getting Jiggy Wit It.” The video, with nearly 19,000 views on YouTube helps students understand the basics of triangle trigonometry.
Not every prospective rapper needs to aim for the stars; rap beats can be used to engage and excite people at a lot of different levels. Making your own rap beats can be fun and inexpensive, provided that you have the right tools. Fortunately, the right tools include Sonic Producer, a software package that’s available for both the Mac and the PC.
Sonic Producer comes with thousands of royalty-free samples that will let you make your own original compositions and give your creations the professional sound you’re looking for. With Sonic Producer, you can export your own beats to MP3 and share them with your friends, fans and the rest of the world.
Sonic Producer will open up a world of musical creativity for you. Best of all, you don’t need to supply additional hardware to start making your creations. Download your copy of Sonic Producer today and get started on making your own rap beats!
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According to the Forbes report, Diddy Combs earned $30 million in the same time frame and Akon checked in at number 3 with $21 million, just ahead of L’il Wayne, who despite being tied up with legal battles, notched $20 million. Most of the industry’s major earners make more money off of endorsements and related business concerns than they do from making and selling records. That’s not to say, however, that the music doesn’t play an important role in their financial success.
Music puts these top earners in front of the public and that public presence makes them extremely valuable to companies who are looking to target certain demographic segments of the market. In addition, proceeds from music careers can finance other business interests. For example, the popular 40/40 nightclub chain is one of Jay-Z’s business holdings. The nightclub chain also enables Jay-Z to come in contact with and promote new music artists since music production is another of his sidelines.
Other rap and hip hop music stars have turned their personas and music into other careers. Ice-T, for example is spending much of his time in front of the camera, and the highly recognizable Diddy Combs promotes vodka to earn cash on the side.
To take advantage of the secondary opportunities in rap music, potential players have to make it big in the music scene first. Breaking in isn’t as difficult a job as you might think, and the music is in no way secondary to everything else. If the music isn’t there, an artist’s career won’t be going very far. Having a great understanding of how to make beats that people want to listen to is critical.
So how can you break into the hip-hop music scene? First and foremost, make great music. Self-production has never been easier using software like Sonic Producer. You can make your own backbeats and mix tapes, combine unique sounds, add lyric tracks and put your music out for the world to hear. You don’t have to catch the attention of a music producer; you simply have to catch the attention of the listener. Sonic Producer is a great software to start with, since it creates a professional sound and uses royalty-free samples. You’ll also get great video tutorials to help you create the sounds that hip-hop fans want to hear. Check it out!
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While it’s clear that fans are ready for ‘Recovery,’ rap music has enjoyed a number of other album debuts this summer, with albums from other stars including Rick Ross, Drake, Usher, The Black Eyed Peas, B.o.B, Big Boi and Alicia Keys, just to name a few. L’il Wayne also put out an album as did Nicki Minaj. Curren$y’s Def Jam debut, entitled Pilot Talk, (which was produced mostly by Ski Beatz) received high marks from the critics for its mellow, melodious sounds and hardcore, traditional Southern rap leanings.
Those who’ve said that rap is dead surely didn’t foresee a summer like 2010. The rap music genre has undergone its share of growing pains and is now branching out to co-mingle with other music genres, like pop, rock, hard rock, bluegrass, reggae, and gospel. Some rap music artists are returning to their “classic” roots, while others are breaking new ground, and inching rap music forward as a force that will impact music for generations to come.
This summer is also proof that new artists are moving onto the center stage of the rap music genre. New artists are flocking to rap music, and the ability to self-produce tracks, mixtapes and even full-length albums is providing exposure to artists who might otherwise never have been seen.
The tools to self-produce music are available, easy-to-use and designed to help new music producers avoid the pitfalls of copyright and music royalty issues. Music sampling has always been a big part of the rap music scene and new producers (and even some experienced ones) can get themselves into trouble by illegally sampling the work of others.
With products like Sonic Producer, a rap music artist has access to a library of thousands of free samples that are all royalty-free. With this software, users can mix their own music, export to MP3 or other musical format and begin distribution right away. There has never been a better opportunity to break into the rap music industry with professional-sounding, self-produced music!
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Ke$ha’s sound is just one of the many expressions of rap music you can find today and the interpretation of the musical form by such a wide variety of artists has brought rap music more into the mainstream than it’s ever been before. The door is open right now for music makers who are ready to get creative and make their own beats.
Sonic Producer is one of the best tools on the market to do just that. With Sonic Producer, you can make your own beats using thousands of royalty-free samples that come included with the software. Mix your own beats and share them with friends, keep them to yourself or put them out for the rest of the world to hear.
Sonic Producer is available for both the Mac and PC platforms, so you can get started right after you download this exceptional software. There’s no extra hardware or software you need to make your own beats. Do what you want, where you want and when you want. The result is a unique creation that belongs entirely to you.
Sonic Producer does more than just provide you with a professional-sounding mix. It includes amazing tutorials that show you how to use the software and make the beats that the rest of the world wants to hear. Don’t think you can’t break into the music business because you don’t know the right people or have the right equipment. If you have the right sound, you have all you need to throw your rap music career into fifth gear.
When you see how much you get from Sonic Producer and how easy it is to make this software work, you’ll spend hours just making and mixing your own sounds! Export your music to MP3 and use the Internet to put your name on the street, or just make the music you want to hear. With Sonic Producer, the choice is up to you.
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