Di Genuis At The Apple Music Producer Lab Showing His Riddim Creation Stratedgy.

in ReggaeJAHM8 months ago

This was an interesting watch. Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor at the Apple Music Producer lab in Santa Monica showing how he goes about making a riddim. Di Genius changed the sound of Dancehall. Everything this bredda touched was a hit. Day Rave Riddim, Ghetto Whiskey, Power Cut, Bounce, After Dark! All Dancehall hits soon to be clsssics. Enjoy!!

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Pretty Cool to watch!
Thanks for sharing!

It surely is. I wish I could make beats

Actually I can, or anything else (Musically) with a setup like he had there (seriously)!
Here are two examples from last month...
Kinda shows the spectrum, and I can hit anything in-between.
I admit this might not be Your style of music, but I made both using the same method...
Have a listen!

Let Me know what You think, and if you anybody looking for anything...
Toss My name in the hat!
Have a Great Sunday!

Dude those are some quality beats! I dig em. That last one had me singing like Red Hot Chilly peppers. Do you play the guitar yourself in the last one? Sounds fresh.

Hey there!
I just followed You and noticed...
That Your into the Carribean thing,
That is exactly what I am working on!

Hello There!
Thanks A Bunch!
First - "No, I did not play the guitar on the last track", but...
I "Can" play everything there, maybe not the 12 string...
But the other guitars, bass, organ, not a problem...
Funny it's like this....
I play guitar / bass for a long time, but for the last few years I have done "Zero"...
On October 1st., I decided to dive back in - they say it's easier today - a correct statement.
So I went online and downloaded a lot of software, apps, beats, etc..
And made 3 songs..
That got My confidence up, so I said "WTF", and made the video, which I showed to a friend. The reply was, "if You can do it again, then it's something", otherwise it's just a fluke, smoke and mirrors crap...
So I took 4 days and made the second one. I had a pile of "unusable guitar tracks". I found one that had a ruff that I play all the time to "warm-up", or used to and just went with it.
My friend even commented that they recognized My riff (guess it's standard practice)..
So that's about it, been at it a month - trying to see what's possible, like everybody else! 😂😆😂
Well there it is, I am working on another right now, I think it needs a few more days in the "oven"... Ha ha ha!
Have a Great Upcoming Week?
If You need something, let me know I'm "sure" we can work out something!

That's good stuff, Bredda....sweet riddim!

Yeah man, this bredda really is a genius!