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Music Production Video Tutorial - Creating Brass Stabs with ‘Brass Elementz’ Hip Hop Samples from ModernBeats.com as heard in numerous Billboard hit songs.
ModernBeats.com’s ‘Brass Elementz’ hip hop sample libraries have been used in numerous Billboard hit songs such as Jason Derulo’s “Whatcha Say” and T.I.’s “What You Know”. To help you effectively recreate melodies reminiscent of these hit songs, we cover 3 vital music production tips in our video to achieve professional-sounding results when using ModernBeats Brass Elementz.
BONUS: Order ‘Brass Elementz’, Get Free Song Submit Uploads to submit your music directly to record labels and film/tv music supervisors via Song Submit. ‘Brass Elementz’ loads automatically into Reason’s NN-XT, Kontakt, Battery, EXS24, Halion, & more. This video covers the following 3 music production tips:
1) Playing In Octaves:
Playing samples in multiple octaves assists in creating that big wall-of-sound effect that you hear in the songs we mentioned above. The drums heard during this tip are ModernBeats ‘RnB Klub Drum Loops 2′.
Understanding the finer points of quantization, and undestanding that quantizing doesn’t necessarily mean quantizing 100% will help you develop a natural-sounding style. This video will enlighten you to
Legato vs. Staccato (articulation) is a principle we’ve highlighted from the beginning of Hit Talk. Understanding the appropriate usage of legato vs. staccato settings using Brass Elementz in Reason’s NNTX sampler, but remember that ‘Brass Elementz’ also loads automatically into Kontakt, Battery, EXS24, Halion, and others as well.
Video intro/outro music was produced using ModernBeats Ethnic Music Chopz.
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