Learn out the box ways of making beats
- If you’ve been following me for at least 3 weeks, you know that i’m on a journey to learn and help you learn how to license your music. I want to invite you to join in if you’re interested. If you have never had one piece of music licensed and want to hop on from the beginning with yours truly, you may wanna get on this ride. Click here to start from the beginning. My teacher is none other than Anthony Clint, Jr who knows what he’s doing. Trust me and follow him. This week I’m gonna keep it real with you all. I have slacked off. LOL I may have bit off more than I can chew during the last couple of weeks. Most of my time was dedicated to creating an ebook which I had to get done, no questions asked. Now that its complete, back to business. read moreComments commentsRead More »
- Wassup everybody! Back again with another entry journal so to speak of my journey learning to license your music. I am in the School of Clint named after the homey Anthony Clint, Jr. If u don’t know who he is, please click on his name. I’m learning so much from him. This is part 3 but feel free to check out the previous entry just in case you missed it. By the way, if you are not willing to work, this may not be for you…Just sayin’ LOL WEEK 3 Put Your Old Beats To Use The day of April 12, 2016 I sent 2 emails (I’ve been making it a point to send at least 2 emails everyday). Later that same day i got a response giving me instructions on what to do. If they like what they hear, they will contact me with further information. This let me know that my next step is to build a nice resume of beats even if I don’t get another response. I’ve also learned that it’s a good idea to study what works for any particular company’s library. Some of you may be like me and already have tons of beats just lying around collecting dust. Raise your hand if that’s you…LOL! read moreComments commentsRead More »
- Welcome to the next part of the journey I’m taking to learn how to license your music. If you have no idea what i’m talking about click here for the first part. I invite you to enroll with me in the School of Clint Music Licensing. This is a case study that I decided to share to any interested in learning how to license your music. Keep in mind, at the time of me writing this I am extremely new at this subject which is why I had to go out and get some help LOL. I invite everyone to check out the homey Anthony Clint, Jr who broke down his music which got played at the 2016 NAACP Image Awards. That’s a good look! This is the cat I’m learning from and want to continue to put him out there because he’s a great resource. read moreComments commentsRead More »
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Man, I’ve been watching you maybe since month and I’ve actually learned more about beatmaking than I ever knew in my life, you’re now like in my favourite, most watched YT channels, and I just wanted to say THANKYOU for your videos and the effort you put in this tutorials, and keep up the good work ’cause your beats are BANANAS ;P Thanks once more, peace
You are the best Youtuber. Watching your videos, reading your MPC-Books advanced my music so much, i probably would have quit making music without you. Thank you for your positive energy and passion and you are my healer and teacher
You are the type of fellow I had long sought out. That being someone who was willing to explain what to do to make beats and some of the techniques for doing so. I tried talking to scores of people…attempting to illicit the same information you give freely. It was like I had to be initiated into some sort of secret kabaal or something!!! Thanks for your help Mr. JFilt. I am still learning.
Your channel is a WEALTH of information that I know I’m going to spend the entire night and most of tomorrow learning from. Right after I make a few beats before my high wears off. So glad I found you, I know my beats will improve.
Daren Todd Music
I’ve been making beats for a few years now but I just spent the better half of my night going through most (but not all) of your videos. I been here for hours lol. I just wanted to say I thought You put a lot of great information out here for people (beginners and even the more advanced beat makers) and it’s awesome to see someone doing it with the energy you have. Thanks for the tips and tricks and above all the inspiration to turn my drum machine on when I’d otherwise find a reason not to. I s…
Much respect, you have some of the best beat making videos on YouTube. This bass line tutorial is sick. I would start charging people for this information you are holding nothing back and I like the fact that you get into theory a little bit.
Nice technique bro! Yo man I don’t usually comment but felt compelled. I really dig how you continue to nurture and push this art form we all love. My compositions and shows have definitely benefitted. Thanks for all your hard work
There are things that I still got to learn and that I dont see much detail online and I know I am not the only one that want to know how to do certain things, so once I learn a vid will be made. I think its dope to see heads like you sharing tid bits of information to help those that truly want to know. Though I am not a huge fan of learning and communcating via the world wide web it is useful in cases like mine… Living in Japan;))
Flawless videos. I’ve been learning to produce through Ableton (juke, beats, etc etc) and been looking to learn more about older production techniques. You’ve definitely made every single video so clear cut and straight to the point. Thanks for the lessons.
Watching your videos already a long time – the ones with a simple trick explained in it (e .g. the one with the deep Tom to push the Kickdrum) are just amazing! Helped me definitely a lot.