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How to Create Your Rap Beats
October 6th, 2009 by Sam-Frea

Wannabe rappers often do not have the persistence or the talent to carry on with their pursuit and because of this quit prematurely. Persistence on top of a bit of talent will go an awful long way to helping you succeed though. It is a well known fact that many of today’s rap stars originated from city ghettos but succeeded because they persevered at developing their skills in light of the social adversity they faced. Attitude is the mainstay of achieving success through rapping. Persistence, consistency and the will to succeed are all the ingredients you need.

Before making your own rap beats though, there are three main sounds to master. These are the hi hat sound, the drum kick sound and the snare drum sound. All drum kick sounds are forceful and bold and can be enhanced with vibrations. This sound is known as a B sound. Snare sounds are made up of the PSH sounds, while hi hat is the TS sound.

When trying to practice, using these sounds in a series is the best way to go. The combination of B, TS, PSH and TS is the best sequence. Because practice makes perfect, keep at it until the sounds are ingrained into your mind. And when you have become proficient at them you can try other combinations. Soon enough you will be able to make your own rap music. Note: Visit this link: hardcore hip hop beats to learn more about rap and hip hop.

Learning the rhythm though is the most important thing you have to do. Composing entire songs will become easy after this. Mistakes will be made during your journey, but don’t get too hung up about them. If you practice enough, you will get where you want to go. I would like to add that if you want to make hip hop beats you should prepare for hard work.

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