March 26, 2017

In this tutorial we cover how to make a track similar to “Free Smoke” by Drake, produced by Boi1da. “Free Smoke” is the opening track on More Life and Drake doesn’t disappoint. Dropping bar after bar over menacing Boi1da production, this track is a definite standout on the album. In this tutorial we aimed to

March 26, 2017

The tutorial is for FL Studio and shows you the full making of a Wiz Khalifa type beat. We also released a brand new demo for our Top Shelf bank which includes all the presets used in the tutorial, so make sure to grab that now! If you guys could please subscribe to the channel,

March 26, 2017

Top Shelf Volume 1     Kush & Orange Juice was the album that not only propelled Wiz Khalifa to superstar status, it also gave some of today’s industry producers their break (Cardo Got Wings & Sledgren). Even though Kush & OJ dropped in 2010, the hypnotizing sound of the production on that album is still being flipped

December 31, 2016

Since you’re reading this, chances are very high that, you too, have been listening to a beat or a song (possibly by a small artist named The Weekend?) that involves the producer Illangelo, and went searching for an Illangelo VST Preset Bank. You were likely also quickly disappointed after finding that none of your vsts/hardware

December 31, 2016

Whether you’re searching The Weeknd VST, The Weeknd Drum Kits, or The Weeknd Preset Banks, you’re probably pretty frustrated with the lack of quality out there. We know how you feel because that’s exactly how we felt! Everything felt like a cheap imitation and nothing was really up to par with what we wanted, or

November 13, 2016

In this FL Studio tutorial, we create a beat that is very reminiscent of The Weeknd’s early work. We used FL Studio for this particular tutorial, but the sounds are compatible with any DAW, and the techniques would also translate to most DAW’s. Enjoy and let us know what you would like to see next!

September 25, 2016

Tory Lanez is, in our opinion, one of the most talented artists out right now. He can seamlessly jump from huge radio singles to dark, gritty trap anthems without missing a beat. While there are tons of articles out that review his debut album, it seems there aren’t many sources out there that focus on

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