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foxdile
post Sat 30 Jun 2007, 23:25
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I would like to know , what software I can use for making programming for my hip hop band ?
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post Sun 22 Jul 2007, 04:34
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Depends on how you want to work:
- totally loop based?
- very much into MIDI stuff?

Do you want to be all in software or will a MPC sit in the middle of things?


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mortalengines
post Sat 8 Dec 2007, 21:05
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I am starting to hear of some younger hip hop artists actually using Garage Band....if you are talking about entry level kind of stuff, that is a great place to start. Otherwise, Reason, or Ableton Live would work just fine for what you want to do (loop based production, sampling, and the odd synth line). Ableton now makes an LE version of its software for only 150 bucks....not bad. If you want to be "all street" about it though, you will need to invest in an Akai MPC workstation. None of your hip hop homies will give you any "respec" with out it, Dog.


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post Sun 9 Dec 2007, 09:47
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QUOTE (mortalengines @ Sat 8 Dec 2007, 20:05) *
I am starting to hear of some younger hip hop artists actually using Garage Band....if you are talking about entry level kind of stuff, that is a great place to start. Otherwise, Reason, or Ableton Live would work just fine for what you want to do (loop based production, sampling, and the odd synth line). Ableton now makes an LE version of its software for only 150 bucks....not bad. If you want to be "all street" about it though, you will need to invest in an Akai MPC workstation. None of your hip hop homies will give you any "respec" with out it, Dog.


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the Akai MPC is more like a Stage worthy piece of equipment, you can actually play it.
Garage Band is Very Kewl It replaced my Q-80 and my Opcode Studio Vision tongue.gif
When I first used it it seemed all the stuff I did on it was Hip hop type stuff.
it is way too easy to do Hip Hop with it.
it took me a while before I got back to Sequencing my K2000 and recording My Prog Rock on Garage Band cool.gif
~ If you want to drop hip hop songs like a couple of Bunnies in a cage Go with Garage Band ~ But if you want to play it Live your going to need a controller, Midi Keyboard or midi pads like the Akai MPC cool.gif
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