Who Uses Beat Making Software?
So you just returned from partying out with your friends and you can’t remember the name of that awesome track you danced to all night, but that crazy beat is still very vivid in your ears? And even after you find out the title and artist name and listen to it for several hours on repeat, you still think it’s the best song you’ve ever heard?
We all have been there and know that feeling. And we can’t help it: music mesmerizes, it makes us do its bidding. We dance to it for hours, until everything from image to sound flows to the same rhythm.
And maybe sometimes we wonder how is it possible for one to produce such sounds digitally and what high-tech devices are required.
The truth is that almost every single music artist we hear perform nowadays, uses or has used some sort of music making software. This happens because the costs of music of beat making software are far more convenient than the ones of complex beat (or music) making hardware. And this leaves out space issues, as well. Imagine attending a pop or techno music concert where the musicians are trying to dance their way between huge synthesizers and mixers, constantly looking down so they won’t trip on the numerous cables.
Believe it or not, even those big music producing companies, for whom the costs of beat producing hardware aren’t a bother, prefer to use beat making software instead.
So if you’re a fan of Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Beyonce, Usher, Nelly, Jay-Z, Chris Brown or Mary J Blige, rest assure that several beat weaves they sent to your ears over the past few years, were created with beat making software.
‘Poker face’, ‘Rude boy’, ‘Confessions Part2’ and many other popular tracks were digitally enhanced through beat making software applications.
But don’t think that you have to be a music star to be able to use beat making software, no! Literally anyone create their own music and beats, with minimal effort and talent.
DUB Turbo, Sonic Producer, Fruity Loops Studio and Sony Acid Pro are notorious beat making software applications, used widely by both professionals and amateurs.
So if you think you have what it takes to become a famous music producer, be sure to drop online at any of these products’ websites and download the free trial installer which will allow you to get a grip on how beat making software works.