Create Music Beats
You need hot beats to pull your tunes together. A great set of music beats will be the backbone to your rhythm section. They can peak the interest of your listeners and make them want to keep coming back for more of your music. Check out some Hot Tips for Creating Amazing Music Beats from the Comfort of Your Home.
1. Customize the beats so they fit your signature sound.
Whether your signature sound has a funk, rock, or country feel etc. you want people to know they are hearing your unique beats when they are listening to your music. Your beats should really set you apart from others, and grab your audiences attention.
2. Utilize music beat resources that are available to you.
There are great resources available to help you make your own beats from the comfort of your home e.g. music beat creation software, beat making equipment, music forums etc…use them!
These are great tools for sampling beats, building upon your foundation and creating hot new beats. Listen to cool rhythms you like on CDs, MP3s, music videos, radio, at gigs etc. as this is great inspiration and really can help you feel the grooves. Keep them fresh in your mind, and get a raw sampled recording of some of the beats (e.g. using a handheld recording device) so you can remember them later. Then edit the beats to make them your own.
3. Search for music forums online to find a community of beat makers you can trade ideas with.
Visiting forums is a great way of learning what others are doing to find and create great beats. You can go online and use a search engine to search for forums focused on creating music beats. You may be surprised to find that there are several forums focused on the specific style of music beats you are in to. They are a very good place to go to brainstorm ideas and get tips for recording great beats. You may even be able to take your beats to a new level by collaborating with other beat makers.
4. Expand your creativity, and ear for music.
When you need ideas for new beats, try to emulate the beats you hear that sound really tight and catch your attention. Look for the subtleties in the rhythms that you really like and learn how to recreate them in your own voice. You can practice to your hearts content right in the comfort of your home. This can help improve your rhythm and ear for music. Also, make a practice of experimenting with your rhythm machines to make your own beats. Once you find your groove you’ll be surprised what you can create.
5. Record the beats you create!