Beat Making Software
Raise your hands those of you to whom the following ever happened: it’s the weekend, Saturday night, you’re in some bar with your friends enjoying a chill drink when all of the sudden an awesome tune blasts your ears, hypnotizing you.
You start dancing to it, moving your body like it’s the last song you’ll ever hear. After you’re done you keep asking your friends “Does anybody know the name of this track?? I love these rocking beats!!”
Have you ever noticed how the most popular songs today all have some really sick beats to them? And this happens regardless the genre. Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, House or DNB, all these music genres use beats. And the truth is, in most cases beats greatly enhance the quality the music.
But what exactly are these beats or who makes them? How is it possible to produce sounds that seem pulled directly from Science-Fiction movies?
Whether you’re a real music enthusiast or for sheer curiosity, know now that most beats you hear in today’s music are created digitally, through beat making software. These beat making software applications emulate a wide range of hardware synthesizers, samplers, signal processors and mixers, giving one the possibility to create music digitally without the burden of actually owning any of those pieces of equipment. Such software therefore solves both expense and space issues.
DUB Turbo, Sonic Producer, FL (Fruity Loops) Studio, Sony Acid Pro and Reason are the five most commonly used beat making software applications. These names might leave you cold, but to someone who has at least minimal knowledge of music producing software, they are milestones.
But if you were to start making your own beats and music, how were you supposed to know which one of these top products to purchase? After all, they aren’t exactly cheap.
Well that’s true, but honestly, what comes free nowadays? And moreover, why pay for any of these products when you can first try them all on trial?
That’s right! Luckily for you, if you visit any of these beat making software applications’ websites, you will find a download link to try them for free and see if they meet your expectations. In addition, there are countless video tutorials all over the Internet teaching you the very basics of beat making software. All you have to do is keep your eyes and ears wide open.