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I agree with what Messy said. A lot of artists will write an entire song or a couple verses before purchasing a license. Only showing a preview would probably put up a roadblock.
@MessyBeatz Thanks for the feedback. Yeah -- it has the same chord movement as Panda. As soon as I laid down that pattern, I realized it had the same chord movement where it goes from C minor to a diminished B chord. But the horns... I agree. Just set it off. As for the hi hat, I have lately (for the last couple years) pretty much refused to lay down a bunch of 32nd notes throughout, but it was one of those moments where it was what I heard in my head and decided not to adjust it. I was too turned up and rode the hi hat hard. Hahaha.
As far as Cook Up, I know! That beat was so fun to make. I got to lean on some of my jazz/blues stylings. That beat just came together so smoothly. I wish every beat came together like that.
Does anyone else make beats geared toward battles or freestyling? I like making these type of beats that are very hard-hitting. Check this one out and let me know what you think.
Spitfire - http://rustyglock.com/?tr=beat-8129794
I use the Trackgod VST, PLAY for my EastWest libraries, AMPLE Guitar, and Inspya Me.
I don't use a ton, to be honest. The EastWest libraries have SO many sounds. I downloaded somewhere around 200 GB just with that library alone. That, Trackgod VST, and the built in sounds in Logic get the job done for me very often. :)
Yeah -- I hope that's what it is. I just noticed that is coincides with the loading of the track, so I figured it might be related to the load speeds that they improved and maybe something went a little haywire with that.
Glad I'm not going crazy...lol.