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    best tip is to practice, don't even come back to this thread, u'll end up with an sp1200 making mc hammer beats

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    Watch the CPU meter in Fruity Loops. esp in demo version. CRASH/FREEZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    a trick Ive used to learn new techniques is to pick a track that you that has an aspect that you think makes that track, be it the drums or just the kick or whatever. Then try remake that aspect as best you can. Then take what youve learned from doing what theyve done and then make a new beat based on the new concepts youve learned. ive found it helped me to learn about rhythms and structures to beats

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    play with sound design, sometimes just a one nice sound inspires to make a whole new track

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    If you want more organically-sounding instruments (such as piano or drums), adjust the velocity, attack, and release of various notes. Specifically, highlight notes that are on the first beat so you get more of an impact.
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    Best tip: You can be still be yourself even if you imitate others. Those who have already succeeded know the process. Kobe imitated Michael but no one ever called him a Jordan Clone. He was the Black Mamba!

    So learn from those who are better at the craft than you. Because with enough training and endurance, you'll become just as good if not better.
    I am Ikku Fujiwara. Aka Ikuzo
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    Experimentation is key to developing an original sound if you ask me. =)

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    For me is always finish a song you started so you can learn more

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    Piece of advice I read somewhere (can't remember where, or even the exact phrase) was: "If you think it's brilliant, it's not. Try harder."

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    failure is the first step to finding success

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