//What’s Your Favorite Beat Making Tools?

What’s Your Favorite Beat Making Tools?

Hey all I’ve been having these really intense conversations with producers all over about what is the best software to make beats on. I mean from using a DAW ( Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton and Cubase) to Reason, Maschine, MPC, Battery etc……….. What is your favorite and why?



2019-01-10T06:18:26+00:00March 18th, 2012|7 Comments


  1. alwayzambitious March 18, 2012 at 6:25 pm - Reply

    I use Ableton but I will learn Reason cause their sounds are superior. Keep going Stoni.

    • stoni May 8, 2012 at 7:33 pm - Reply

      I’m good Ambitious . Reason does have some really great sounds

  2. Nyly March 21, 2012 at 6:08 pm - Reply

    Maschine! I used it with a DAW, but for many years I went through many DAWS and tools, including drum machines and workstation.
    when Maschine came out I said: this is it. It is all about workflow. Finding a sound has never been so easy, the library is very well separated. Then came the VST integration. Laying beats and notes down is just straight forward, and if you are a person who is somehow used to hardware, it’s almost instinctive. Plus chopping its breezy
    Despite of some limitations with editing and what not it’s the best for me , just hope it will keep improving

    • Eduard May 8, 2012 at 6:43 pm - Reply

      Solution A. Put all the VSTs into an effect/instrument rack in one track, and put the rrveeb after the rack. B. Make a track group and put the rrveeb into the group bus (at 4:51 in video). C. Right click, create a new Return track, put the rrveeb there and use the send knobs. D. Make an audio track that receives audio from the other VST tracks, and put the rrveeb there (at 4:40 in video).

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  4. Rock Tesla January 23, 2014 at 1:23 pm - Reply

    Mpc1000, Maschine, Logic, Yamaha Motif xf, vinyl

  5. Kosta December 12, 2015 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    “I think the first thing you can do to make your beats sound more professional or organic is to make sure you’re representing the entire stereo field and frequency spectrum, so think about it from right to left and from top to bottom. You want to create a sort of ‘live band’ feel going on, and since members of a band don’t all stand in the same place, you need to spread the elements out from right to left and create a ‘digital stage’. ” –

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