In our latest YouTube Beat Dissected video. we’re going to show you how to create a rolling techno beat inspired by the likes of Andre Crom, Perc, Setaoc Mass and Tommy Four Seven.
There are many examples where 16th notes programmed within the low frequencies are used to increase the energy in a groove. This is often backed up in the high end as well. These techniques can make your music sound more seamless, fluid and help ravers sit into the groove on the dancefloor.
This video tutorial will focus on using filtered toms to create a 16th-note pattern to seamlessly alongside a modern kick, hi-hats with applied swing and ghosted claps.
If you are looking to get your beats sounding fuller, with more groove and more thorough programming this might be the tutorial for you. Let’s get to it!
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