Showcase your own beats and get constructive feedback from fellow MPC producers
By Mau Thu Mar 18, 2021 6:13 pm
Hi, I didn't produce these beats with an MPC, but the intent would be to start making beats with an Akai (when I can fix the Renaissance or take another one, maybe standalone). They're beats for studio work, but you can get a feel for how I work.
Listen to them well, do not dwell on a few initial seconds or on a partial listening, some of these are not always immediate beats, but once you have assimilated them, you will see that they will seem very fluid. A friend of mine wrote lyrics on much more rhythmically and structurally complicated pieces, so you can do anything.
The beats are available, should anyone be interested.
Thanks

Little beats:

https://soundcloud.com/piccinesco/sets/little-beats



Oldschool beats:

https://soundcloud.com/piccinesco/sets/ ... strumental


Hip hop "remix":

https://soundcloud.com/piccinesco/sets/hip-hop-remix
By Mau Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:28 am
No mc able to write and interpret lyrics on these pieces?
I'd like to know what you base your judgment on.
I often encounter resistance because the pieces do not sound in a standard way, but a friend of mine years ago wrote lyrics on much more articulated pieces than these, plus I think that English would be perfect on some of these.
I listen to different music and hear many pieces by other people: I notice that we are often satisfied with loops extrapolated from other pieces and connected to each other, but the sounds are typical of the 90s, it is possible that there is not someone interested in having their own style , a well recognizable style?
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By Scrawny Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:27 am
And Tao said there aren't too many of those around. It'd make more sense to be asking for mcs/producers who just want to rap over something different than their own **** for a change of pace, breath of fresh air, whatever..
By Mau Wed Apr 07, 2021 1:08 pm
Maybe I explained myself wrong, but that's the meaning of it. If a person proposes instrumentals, in my opinion it is more than normal that these are aimed at those who do not have them available or rather, he wants to try something different. This is my purpose.
By Mau Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:12 am
Hello, this is a playlist that I created yesterday with some of the instrumentals that I have already released (instrumentals that have yet to be treated via mix and mastering), I wanted to try to see what the result was by inserting an English vocal track and this is the result.
Logically their potential still has some margins, especially because without the studio work they do not sound as they could, but in fact, it is a proof to show that (in my opinion) some could be used very well.

The previously published songs of which I have used the vocal tracks are these:

- Fly Street Gang feat. Juicy J - On Errythang (OldSchool 9)
- Future - Covered N Money (OldSchool 11)
- Jay Z - Never Change (OldSchool 12)
- Jay Z_Kanye West - Otis (OldSchool 16 / OldSchool 21 / OldSchool 23)
- Jesse & The Wolf Feat Ghostface Killah_Juelz Santana & Telli - Selecta (OldSchool 17)
- Nipsey Hussle Feat Pacman - Where Yo Money At (OldSchool 22)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTAf4ez ... mCA1IWkx5T