The Making Of “Dipset Anthem” With The Heatmakerz’s Rsonist | Deconstructed

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Rsonist and Thrilla make up The Heatmakerz, a New York-based production duo who has worked with The Diplomats, Lil Wayne, Ghostface Killah and more. One of the duo’s most notable production credits is on The Diplomats’ 2003 hit “Dipset Anthem.”

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METRO BOOMIN | Kicks and Basslines | FL Studio | Razer Music

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Metro Boomin is a master of the head nodding basslines and hard hitting drums that have heavy influenced the landscape of contemporary Hip Hop. If you listen to Future, Travi$ Scott, Drake, or Wiz Khalifa, you have undoubtedly heard the signature Metro sound. In this tutorial for Razer Music, the usually secretive Metro Boomin aka Leland Wayne, gives an in-depth look into how he constructs his basslines including his favorite VSTs and samples plus sequencing techniques for 808s and synth sounds. Whether you are looking to tune up your low-end or take a rare peek into the studio process of one of Hip Hop’s most influential producers, Razer Music and Metro Boomin have you covered.

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Rhythm Roulette: araabMUZIK

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For this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal linked up with araabMUZIK.

If you start making music for the Diplomats before you’re supposed to graduate from high school, you better pray that you’re consistently at the top of your game. That’s what araabMUZIK has been doing and then some. The Rhode Island producer has made a name for himself, in more than one way. His live MPC sets are dizzying and his imagination behind the boards is still expanding. He also miraculously survived a gunshot to the head in an attempted robbery in Harlem earlier in February. But he pushed through and released his album Dream World in July and produced Joe Budden’s last album Rage & The Machine.

As you can assume, it was only a matter of time before we got araab for Rhythm Roulette. We hit up Moodies Records in the Bronx and ended up with CDs from Blue Magic, Diana Ross & The Supremes, and The Dramatics (he’s not messing with vinyl). Then back at the studio with his AKAI MPC,
araabMUZIK chops up samples and does what he does best. Layer after layer, he builds in his signature sound and producer drops for what could be the intro to the next Dipset album.

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Maschine Masters Presents: Road to Success w/ Foreign Allegiance Ep.6

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In this series we hang out with super producers Foreign Allegiance to get an idea of what it takes to be successful producer in the music industry. This episode highlights some footage from studio sessions and what you have to do to make things work.

 

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Cardiak “Rhythm Roulette”

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The folks over at Mass Appeal took Cardiak to Amoeba Records in Los Angeles to make his blindfolded picks for the records he would be attempting to flip. Little did Cardiak know, he would pick out some self-described “bullshit.” But that didn’t stop him from making the best out of his picks, primarily using Allure’s “Kool Wit Me” to craft his patented hard-hitting wave of layered funk. Cardiak did this shit pretty effortlessly, despite almost striking out three times on his record picks.

 

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