Free Beat Making Guide

How to Make a Super Bouncy 2000's Style Beat in Studio One 6


I don't know about you, but my introduction to hip-hop was in the early 2000s. 

I remember the first time I heard a Timbaland beat, I wasn't quite sure what I was hearing, but I knew I wanted to learn more.

This discovery, of course, led me down the rabbit hole that we all know so well, so, over the next few years, I downloaded FL Studio on my Dell computer and started my journey into beat-making.

Those first few years, I wasn't really making anything good, mainly just terrible drum loops, while learning everything I could about how things worked. 

I would squeeze in some time to make beats here and there, but it wasn't until I was in college that I really started to dive in. By that time, however, it was the early 2010s, so the era that introduced me to hip-hop was over, and new styles were popping into the picture.

It's been over 10 years since I started making beats, and since then, I've grown and developed my own sound, but I will never forget the era that first sparked my curiosity for production.

Ironically enough, I have never created a 2000s-style beat, but all that changes today!

In this video, you will learn:

  1. How to add bounce to your drums
  2. How to create a call-and-response melody
  3. How to create rhythmic melodies



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