Welcome to part 3 of my "How to Make a Juice WRLD / Wavy Trap Type Beat" tutorial. In part 2 I showed you how to take an 8 bar loop and turn it into a full instrumental track.
You may have started to witness fans making projects for their favorite bands. Now they’re becoming trends across shows all over the world.
There several things you can do to be a good vocalist as well as one of one of the most vital points to do, which is to engage an excellent singing teacher. However, locating a good vocal singing educator can be a complicated event.
This is an earnest, heartfelt post for all of us in New Haven who know how hard life can be. Sometimes, life beats us down through no fault of our own. I know I wanted to become a rapper for, like, 12 years before I actually did it, but something always came up, or I smoked too much weed, or I spent the studio money on weed, or I was studying real hard for an exam, and rap just didn't seem relevant anymore, you know what I'm saying? When I finally started rapping at the age of 40, the whole time I was spitting I was feeling like a dark cloud was hovering over my head because I should've been doing something else, tutoring kids, studying for that exam, cleaning my apartment, shopping for kicks, etc.
First, let me start off by saying Hi!
In August 2015, my band had done nothing for two years. I’d been sick in 2014 and everything had been put on hold. Having moved into a crummy basement flat with my band mate Mike a couple of months earlier, and with our drummer Tim living on the other side of the country in Ipswich, I decided we should make an album.
From the moment I could grasp the idea of having likes and dislikes, I have loved music. Music is just another form of communication that can get points across even better than having a regular conversation and that is what I love most about it. Through my years of wanting to pursue music as a career, it has taught me to have patience, to believe in myself, to be more out there and confident, and it has also taught me that hard work pays off.
If you're reading this, more likely than not you are either starting or contemplating forming a band. Maybe this is your first time starting a band and you don't know what to expect or what to look for. Maybe you have a band already and having trouble maintaining it and keeping it organized. Well, these three things can help you find success when building and maintaining a band!
All of us who are musicians or are learning to play music go through the struggle: We take a really big step forward and then we get stuck.
In the 7th grade, I picked up my brother’s guitar for the first time and spent 3 hours looking at tabs for “She Talks to Angels” by Black Crowes. By dinner time I had made it through two full runs of the song without messing up! So I was a musician, right? Hell no!
Here’s another video of Dreemer Official in the lab making some fresh sounds to vibe to! Having some fun creating new music with the Akai MPC 1000 drum machine! Live beat-making on the Dreemer Official YouTube channel!