In this beat making challenge, we flip two Christmas songs (The Emotions’ “What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas?” and Issac Hayes’ “The Mistletoe and Me”) into smooth beats in FL Studio.
We go over a brief history of sampling and then dive straight into the three levels of complexity that exist within the process today.
We flip the music from Lupin the Third, Princess Minerva, and Blue Exorcist to demonstrate how anime OSTs can spark creativity and inspire us to create something new.
We sample ten iconic video game sound effects and flip them into tracks in FL Studio, Bitwig, and Ableton Live.
In celebration of spooky season, we did some virtual crate digging to flip four unique horror movie soundtracks into hard-hitting beats.
Producers Nick Papz and Xander give us an exclusive inside look into how the beat for Meek Mill’s “Sharing Locations (feat. Lil Baby & Lil Durk)” was constructed.
In this video, we walk through how you can use acapellas as a creative tool to inspire new ideas for your productions.
We walk through three ways you can revisit uninspiring or uncompleted projects and transform them into something exciting.
From adding flavor to hi-hat rolls to making use of foley in creative ways, we explore five music production techniques for improving our drums.
Whether it’s taking a minimalist approach or inverting chord voicings, these simple but effective ideas will help you create music that’s intuitive and impactful.
We take a trip down memory lane and explore every version of FL Studio released to date (that we can open using our current computer).
In this tutorial video, we go over a few tips and techniques for how you can flip your samples and make them your own in FL Studio.