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Tips for the future/aspiring beat maker.

I know there is a million “getting started” guides on the internet and that’s not really my intention but I just wanted to share some personal experiences in my journey and hopefully get someone started on making beats/producing or start making better progress.
I have dabbled in making beats for a few years now on and off and just recently really started taking it seriously. I want to share what’s been working for me in terms of making actual progress. Once again, this post will include things such as equipment I recommend etc, but that’s not the main focus!
When I first had an interest in making beats, I went all out in terms of equipment. I had literally no idea what I was doing and thought that I needed the best equipment to make better sounding beats. Boy was I wrong. My first setup included... $300 49 midi keyboard with weighted keys, $2700 27 inch iMac pro, $500 apogee duet soundcard, $500 pair of Yamaha hs-50 studio monitors, $400 bluebird mic, $250 power supply, $350 studio desk and last but not least, full version of Logic Pro (bought the key code for $300). Everything was well over $5000 (I had a family member pass away and leave me some money) I had equipment that some professionals didn’t have. This is what I thought I really needed to make anything that sounded good.
I made plenty of beats when I started on this equipment for about 2 years or so. Did my beats sound good? Not really. Sure it sounded good when I was actually hitting the keys ($500 sound-card works wonders) but I didn’t know what mixing and mastering really was. I was barely to the point of arranging sounds that resembled a decent beat. It was like a 16 year old getting a Ferrari for their first car.
Fast forward to now, I’m back into making beats now and literally have a $50 25 key midi keyboard, $50 pair of Logitech speakers and subwoofer, cheap $60 pair of Sony headphones and a pirated copy of FL studios. The quality of beats I’m producing now is leaps and bounds better then anything I’ve put out when I had my expensive equipment. It’s the mindset and knowledge that make me shine now.
I want people to know that you can literally produce professional sounding beats with a setup that cost less then $200 dollars (assuming you have a working PC) even less if you had to. All you REALLY need is a midi keyboard (you can even use a keyboard) and a pair of speakers or reference headphones. DO NOT LET COST BE A ROAD BLOCK FOR YOU. I understand $200 is still a lot for most (including me) but it does cost something to start. Nothing is really “free”
When you start making beats, the main 5 things I suggest focusing on are..
  1. Producing a melody by yourself without using samples
    Using samples is a great tool that most professionals use on every chart topping song. Train yourself to make melodies with your mind and midi keyboard. Being original is KEY. ANYONE can sample. Not everyone can come up with something catchy original. This will make you stand out in the long run. I don’t know how to play the piano whatsoever but have spent years fiddling on my midi keyboard to have a basic idea of what keys sounds alright together. Mastering the art of sampling is a beast within itself. Do not worry about sampling until you have the basics down. Remember, you want to know how to create your own “sample”
2.Basic leveling and mastering
After you create a beat, practice adjusting the volume knobs and trying your best to balance everything out. Experiment with EQ tools and watch online tutorials etc. A Truly good original beat that is mixed like shit, will be perceived by most as shit. A shitty beat that is mixed decently and sounds sonically good, will gain more attention and people wanting to listen. We as humans are trained by the radio/tv to really like songs that sound sonically perfect and lack any leveling/mixing errors. Mastering is daunting and so is leveling but this is important. There are many company’s that will master and mix your tracks for you, but this cost money that most can’t spare. Pitching a beat to a potential client or random internet person that sounds not even decently leveled, could ruin your image. Now and days beats are posted online on sites like SoundCloud, airbit, datpiff, worldstar that sound professional mastered. Well mixed and mastered tracks are arguably more important then a catchy melody or sample. Take most “mumble” rappers in today’s age like Young thug, lil uzi vert, playboy Carti, future etc and ask yourself what makes them to great? The original lyrics? No. The subject matter of their songs? No. The tight sounding BEAT produced by metro boomin? Yes.
  1. Having a goal.
Having a goal before you start or constantly is absolutely key. When I first started, I just wanted to make beats. For what reason? No idea. Setting a goal is what builds the road for your journey. For example, my current goal is to produce 50 fully complete beats (mixed/mastered to the best of my ability), post them on SoundCloud/online sites and sell at least 10-15 of them. I have given myself 6 months to complete this task. As long as you have a goal in mind, you will constantly be making progress which is key. Progress. Lacking direction is the fastest way to lose interest or get discouraged. It’s the main reason I stopped years ago. I will never fall down that path again.
  1. Making a “hub” for your beats and starting to network.
    It is crucial that you create a soundcloud, instagram, Twitter, YouTube or whatever online platform you like to upload your beats and get feedback on your music. Doesn’t matter if you only have 5 followers. You need something “official” to upload your beats to. Knowing you are posting them to something where the public will see, forces you to pay attention to the small details in your beats. Having something set in stone like your own personal SoundCloud really makes a huge difference. The community is usually pretty supportive of new beat makers and will offer advice etc. SoundCloud allows you to meet other people in the same boat and let’s you network amongst other people that are on the same page with you. Just a side note, make whatever platform you use as precessional looking as possible. Perception is 9 tenths reality. You will be viewed differently if you look like you know what your doing.
  2. Practice.
    This one is a given but really practice everyday. I force myself to make a beat a day. Even if I only have 10 minutes, I can create a quick melody and throw on a kick and snare and hi-hats. It’s the habit that’s important. Even if the beat sucks, your still gaining experience in creating. Something that is taking over the internet is what is called a “Type” beat. Go on YouTube and search “drake type beat” or “Eminem type beat” hundreds of beats will pop up that people have created as if they were making the beat for the artist. This is a great way to start being creative. Find an artist you really like and pay attention to what type of beats they primarily use. For example, lil uzi vert beats all have a very strong melodic synth pattern. Drake uses a lot of beats have a “dance hall” type vibe. Migos use primarily snare and kick patterns that work well with triplet flows. When creating a beat, use the “type” beat method to help with beat ideas. This is also the best selling type of beat online as of now (in my opinion). Potential buyers are buying “type” beats and searching specifically for them like crazy (selling beats should be far down your list of focus but it’s a good motivator). Every artist has a certain sound that can be emulated. Use this to your advantage. I also do what I call “inspired by” I’ll craft my own unique beat that was inspired a certain artist. For example. I really like artist like ghost mane and suicide boys. The dark, 120bpm, trap heavy sound is what I like and I draw inspiration from in all of my beats. One thing you never want to do is only focus on one specific sound. Doing a different “type” beat everyday forces you to switch things up. NEVER spend 100% of your time only focusing on a specific type of sound. If you have aspirations of progressing in the world of beats, you must be well versed and able to adapt. Remember when DJ mustard was dominating the world with his simple 4/4 bouncy bay-area influenced bangers? Imagine spending all your time trying to perfect that sound only to realize that DJ mustards signature sound fell out of popularity faster then it came in. To put it simple, don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.
The essentials for starting: Computer Interface (Fruity loops, reason, garage band etc) Midi keyboard (you can use a normal keyboard if absolutely necessary) Speakers or headphones
To end this I just want to encourage anyone out there that has been on the fence about making beats. It’s a fun way to create something unique and potentially make money. Just recently i got news that a old friend that raps now is going to use a few of my beats on his debut CD and it’s the greatest feeling in the world. I have so much room for improvement and want everyone to know that you have to start somewhere. Just start ASAP. Don’t put up little hurdles and tell yourself no. It’s so easy to start and make progress. Good luck!
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Preface: this sort of question tends to get beaten to death. I get that but I have some tangential questions that I haven't really seen asked or answered.
This next build I have in the works is using Lian Li's o11 dynamic xl - like so many others. I've had this thing just sitting in my office since it hit the market and I've got all of what I need to do a full custom loop: ek distro plate, fittings, tubing, blocks, rads, etc.. The only thing is missing is the computer itself, specifically just a motherboard for a new cpu and fans. So I'm here today about fans as the title indicates.
I can't bring over my old fans to this new build since they are 140's and I've got 2 - 12x360 radiators going into the new case so it's put me in the market and this time around I'd like to jump head-on into the RGB market for this sort of item. Normally I'm a noctua/phanteks kinda guy but here I am split between Thermaltake's Riing Quad 12's and Corsair's LL/QL 120's.
My indecision is led by primarily three things: hardware comparison, ease/lack of software frustration, and fan orientation for performance.
  1. From all the pictures & videos I've watched, I have to say I'm far more inclined to purchase the Riings. From a hardware standpoint, aesthetically at least they are superior in my eyes. However, I've never personally used any of Thermaltake's software and I can't really fuck around with it unless I do purchase their products to interface with. This is where it'd help to have you, the reader, chime in with any experience. There's simply not a lot of in depth discussion about the likes & dislikes of either their main software exe and NeonMaker. Or how well it works when stacked against iCue. Most of what is primarily mentioned is simply how the interface compares, never about the reliability of it or common conflicts with other normal/usual system processes.
  2. I've used Corsair's Link and iCue. Link was a mess and iCue was a massive improvement in my opinion. I'm aware that a lot of people have issues or complain about iCue but I've never had problems with it. So on this ticket I'm inclined to side with Corsair.
  3. Lastly, the fan orientation. I'll end up having 10 fans in total. Three as exhaust on a 35mm radiator up top. One in the back as exhaust. Six on the bottom 60mm rad, in a push/pull config. The bottom three fans were going to be something other than the choices above as it just doesn't make any sense to have any RGB product being wholly covered up by a big radiator. Obviously the QL's really fit the bill in this instance since I can run those in either direction but I'm a little confused as to if it really matters which direction they end up running in. Experienced WC builders, this one is for you. In other words, would cooling really suffer that much if I went with the aesthetic look and ran any said fans on that radiator as exhaust as well, specifically on that thick of a radiator?
Keep in mind, both the Riings and the LL's only really show themselves off when they're oriented as exhaust. Only the QL's are reversible.
I have no plans to really OC this system. I don't necessarily always play the most bleeding edge games and FL studio just isn't that system intensive.
Tldr; Go with TT Riing Quads and run a full exhaust build with no first-hand experience of their software? Go with Corsair and have personally visible inferior hardware but freedom of fan configuration where it may or may not matter?
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