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Programs to Make Beats

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    What Programs yall use to make your beats? I'm currently learning how to use Fl studio
     

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    I use FL Studio..

    I use FL Studio..

    I use FL Studio. Started with FL Studio 5 and nowadays I use FL Studio 12.
     
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    I use Battery 4 with Ableton Live 10. It depends on the genre also.

    Hey. So when a beat is being made for a song like a remix, should the beat or loop have the same 'KEY" or tempo? I wanted to the know what is the right way to have a beat and riddim match that of a song to be remixed with. Thanks
     
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    Ableton with Novation launchpad. I feel like Kanye anytime I hit a beat.
     

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    FL Studio the best!!
     

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    Logic Pro X is good for me. It all depends. You can use anything - Fruity Loops, Reason, Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools, etc. It all depends on how you use it.
     
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    I was the most creative in FL studio, logic is very nice but for me it was not as creative as FL, however i love logic, it seems more sophisticated.
     

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    nowday's they have so many dam programs. but im sure most of us on here grew up using both sony scid pro & fl studio. sony acid is alittle more advanced when it comes to producing beats, people normally starts of with fl studio, the loops and everything already built into the surface. play with it. good luck
     

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    I have been using FL Studio for a couple of months now and I find it very easy to use. The user interface seems pretty clean and easy to navigate. There are also tons of tutorials on Youtube on how to use FL Studio and how to expand your creativity. Happy beat creating!
     

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    Music Maker from Sony is considered the best starter program for want-a-be producers... Go on youtube and check it out.
     

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