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    What tempo are RnB beats made on?

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    if u run some Rnb tracks on a BPM calc, u'll know it..

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    I make a lot of R&B tracks and my tempo is usually between sort of 70 and 95. The median being more common.

    This is just me though, experiment and do your own thing. I think this is pretty much standard though for R&B tracks.

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    75 bpm to 85 bpm, I used to do most of my rap songs at 75 bpm too, so I guess it all depends on how u do it. See if you could tell. WWW.MONEYMAKERENT.COM

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    I made one at 130 BPM and it sounded great

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    It all depends on the drum pattern

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    130? Was it a dance song? or did you use a different time signature?
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    no it was a r&b song but the drums composition was different than usual, the snare was at the 3rd step.

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    You can do a 666bpm track too that way

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