What happened to the late night after the club closes events called the Blues. Where are they, and when did they become less popular. We glance at the reasons why the blues died within the city of Leicester. Also, never too far away from the mind of an artist is whether they can make a career out of the artform. A topic often debated for those who are willing to walk the road less travelled!
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Create Professional, High Quality Beats With Dr. Drum! Have you ever gone to a club and found yourself itching to get up to the DJ booth and show everybody the awesome tunes that you have inside your mind?
Do you feel like you can be much better than the house DJ if only you had the means to create your own beats? Well, now you have a way you can create professional beat mixes just like those club DJs without needing to purchase any of the same equipment or getting any formal training.
Dr. Drum is beat mixing software that let you create amazing mixes at a fraction of the cost of what it would take to create the same tune on professional studio software.
There are other software of the type that lets you mix tunes but they are simply not up to the level of Dr. Drum for several reasons.
Firstly, these types of software use Mp3 for their samples that are in the file, which brings down the quality of the mix drastically. This is because Mp3’s are compressed files, which are far from professional grade. When you export compressed files, they get re-compressed which results in double compression that leaves you with a choppy sample, far below that of professional industry standards.
Secondly most samples that are in the directory for these kinds of software are very basic and limited. This does not leave a lot of room for experimentation so there is only so much you can do with just a dozen sounds in your repertoire.
Most mixes that you would create from these samples would sound similar and extremely run of the mill, sounding more like cell phone ringtones than professional house music tracks that you can play at a club.
As you would be confined to using mp3 samples with limited beats, the sample production value of your track would be extremely low. It would come off sounding amateurish, sounding more like home