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    Default Re: Where the "Hot" Producers and rappers at?

    you got a real deal or u got signed to some water downed shit wit no advance and u gotta make ya own money still???

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    nah i got a real deal, nothin stupid from what i can see. but i still didn't sign the papers, i'm gonna go check this stuff out with my lawyer to make sure they're not tryina pull some hidden moves on me

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    dats whats up bout a "real" deal. People dont see how i see things and i gotta realize that. If i seen someone post "Where the hot producers at". I would be the 1st one there showing them who hot. I love when people think there better cuz it makes me wanna prove to them there not that hot at all...thats y i posted this so people could get motivated....not offended. like i said before, when i was talking bout "bedroom" producer, i was talking bout people that just do it for the fame and all they see is lil jphn and west living it large then decide to make beats cuz it looks cool, when u got people like me been at it 5 years and put there life n soul into it that dont make it cuz of all the people putting out music thats not good. i wasnt talking bout where ur studio is...it dont matter, if i was talking bout it that way i would be talking bout myself to the fullest cuz for 4 of my 5 year exp came from a ps1 vid game that i made beats on in my bedroom on a 13 tv. dont think im talking bout people when i say bedroom artist. im talking bout the people who just do it cuz they think its cool to make beats.
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    Default Re: Where the "Hot" Producers and rappers at?

    i dont got tha money to get a mpc but im getting some hardware soon

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    This is stupid. It don't matter where you make your music. Or how or with what. In the end what's important is that its good...and no not all of us are gonna be hot straight away...it takes much time and practice...and hard work.

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    Default Re: Where the "Hot" Producers and rappers at?

    alchemist took 5 yrs...he didnt even talk
    he just was a sponge...just sucked all the info inside

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    I think the most important thing for a producer is his ear and where his heart is. I'm sure alot of us don't got $1000+ to go out and cop a Triton or even have access to one, but that don't mean they whack. Its funny how someone could judge someone's talent on what equipment he using. I had somebody stop talking to me after I told him what I was using without even hearing any of my beats, but I'll bet if you get one of them "bedroom" cats out there that only wanna produce music because they see producers on TV getting paper on a MPC or a Triton, they'll sound like garbage. But I do agree that if you serious about being in the game, you gotta learn how to use industry standard equipment sooner or later. I've been at it for 6 years now and I've grown from using a program on my windows 98 computer called noteworthy composer, to fruity loops, to using the triton extreme on my college campus. It's a process and there's much room for improvement. I don't consider myself a pro by any means, but I know I'm not whack. Anyone can listen to my beats and hear that. But my bedroom (my Dorm) is where my equipment is at, cause that's where my heart is at. Anyone who wanna hear a track, PM me.

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    ^Your right. Everyone sees them pro producers with an MPC or a Trinton and then try to cop one...man I'm working with my Casio CTK-611 it may sound like the chezzyest shit in tohe world...and is compare to a Korg...but im comfortable with it and it fits my needs....in the end yes we will all end up with "industry standard" equiptment...but i hate trintons...i'll go with them old school ASR-10s

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    I hear ya. I don't think anything could replace an ASR-10. specially since industry cats still use 'em to this day

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    I'll throw my 2cents in on this one....

    I feel that whatever you do, hopefully it comes from the heart, and not from the greed-- like money, the ladies, etc, etc.... Being in this is a art, and at a minimum we should recognize some of the pioneers before us. And just like all art, it will evolve.

    Cases in point:

    a. First the DJ had the limelight, and then to keep the party going we had the rappers. Then the rappers took over, and a lot of shows didn't use a DJ. The DJ was left all alone. Now we have "turntablists" who do all their music from vinyl or cd, etc, etc...

    b. When the rappers took over, in the beginning it was about skillz for the most part. But nowadays, its not so much about skillz-- because for the most part skillz don't sell, it's the image that sells. It's about the bling, the car, the crib, the thugg in you, etc etc... Heck, even the majority of the videos out there all have the same concept-- women dressed in very little clothing. And let's face it, it's actually of little substance..... Ooops... did I say that?

    c. Remember when singing in a rap song used to mean you sold out?

    d. You are not considered a DJ by many if you never used vinyl. Hmmmm..... I've seen many shows rocked by simply a cassette-- albeit years ago, but the party was still a blast though!!

    Gosh, the list goes on and on and on, doesn't it? Yup it sure does.

    So my point is this. As times go by, what is certain is change. Personally I felt it as a rapper when it went from skillz, to other anthems, and more of the thugg was being brought out. That's why a lot of rappers left the game-- Kane, Lyte, Rakim, etc, etc...

    There's a few emcess that hold it down for sure, like Jay Z. He's being about skillz from day one. But to me it seems that there is just so much hate in stead of love going on. We should embrace one another but time will change everything. You can try to fight it if you want to, but since we don't OWN it, can never own it, we can only be true to ourselves.

    That's why we have studios right? To get that best quality sound. To get that production sounding good. That's the bottom line, right?

    Just because a cat is born in a oven, we don't call the cat a biscuit? Come on now.

    No disrepect intended towards anyone. None of the djs who use vinyl, none of the djs who use only software. None of the rappers or emcess who have the thugg image, nor those who are about skillz. I think there is a place for each and everyline and avenue. BUT, just make sure the you are prepared for the consequences by going up on stage using a laptop or desktop computer or mac, and the crowd is full of old schoolers who don't appreciate that crap. Who don't appreciate what the consider the "fake wannabes."

    Every action has an opposite and equal reaction, and me I just have love for the art, and I understand it is evolving. I may not like everything, and one things for sure, I can't stand elementary raps... lol (just kidding)

    ** Please no one take offense to my comments/posts. It's not directed towards anyone, and shouldn't be considered that way **
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