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My BeatMaker 3 Template - Getting out the loop, FAST!!!

YouTuber Tic Toc Productions shows us how his BeatMaker 3 template helps him quickly develop new ideas. If you have a you have a regular roster of instruments that you use, this can be a great workflow hack!

Video Description:

This is how I setup my beat template in BeatMaker 3. It allows me to go from a simple looped beat to full mixed arrangement very quickly. This saves time and lets me create faster. Check it out.

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0:00 - Intro
1:19 - Why I use the Scenes mode of Beatmaker 3
1:40 - Overview of the template
4:30 - Switching from Scenes to Arrangment (Song) mode
5:10 - Arrangement format
6:55 - Template from scratch
8:00 - Creating a simple beat from an empty template
9:55 - Saving the template
11:00 - Drums and various instruments
14:05 - Converting Scenes to full arrangement
15:05 - Review
15:30 - Wrap up.
16:20 - Outro

Takeaways:
🔹 You can create a template with a Bank of drums and sounds you may typically use
🔹 I create scenes for different parts of a song with empty patterns. This speeds up the process.
🔹 Having mix ready effects inserted in the template saves time, but disable them while creating to save processing power for creation.

Social Media:
📺 - https://instagram.com/tic2datoc/
🐦 - https://twitter.com/Tic2datoc

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