#2
why are you on ultimate guitar.com?


music is like candy


GET RID OF THE RAPPERS
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#3
^Asshole.

I swear, some people are so close-minded.

And yeah, there are some, but most of them cost money. Try googling something about a free drum machine or drum machine software or something.

And lemme know if you find anything good. =D
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#5
Reason 3.0 is the best sequencer out there.

Many production softwares are great for this kind of thing as well, like Cubase and ProTools. However, you pay a lot more for those because they handle incoming audio as well. Reason is all MIDI, and you pay only for that...
Looking for my India/Django.
#6
man dawg you got to chek out dat reason 3.0 bra

IT TOO KRUNK
#7
Quote by redwing_suck
Reason 3.0 is the best sequencer out there.



I think you'll find Logic Pro 7 is the best sequencer out there actually. It makes Reason look like a "My First Sequencer...". if you just want to create some beats, something like
Fruity Loops would probably do you fine. You are limited though. I would consider an MPC though, as it sounds like you only want to make beats and play all the other instruments yourself. If you explain your need a bit more i can help a bit more..
#8
Quote by brendan666
I'm not sure if you can make rap beats with it or not, but try Fruity Loops.


Yes, Fruity Loops can be used to create rap beats.
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#10
download BEATCRAFT. google search acoustica and download the free trial. you can choose the kits you want to use, such as a hip hop kit or a rock kit or whatever.
#13
if you're gangsta-hardcore producer (meh...maybe just have some money to buy the stuff and the ability to keep time haha), using a MIDI controller and a program like Reason or anything else that supports MIDI controllers, you can make some awesome beats with a near infinite variety. with the controller, you can also create those fancy string tracks, swells, and hits that some producers add.
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Phobos (he oozes cool)


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