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Bleu Wavs transforms beats into Hip-Hop inspiration

A significant turning point for hip hop production and music innovation occurred during the early 1980s. The price of synthesizers, samplers, and drum machines dropped, and they became more accessible to the general public.  

Roland’s revolutionary TR-808 drum machine became the equipment of choice for many producers across various genres and cultural backgrounds. Producers of music are now able to program their own drum patterns rather than relying on DJ breakbeats.   

A side benefit of the TR-808 was its ability to produce powerful bass drum sounds, hip hop’s foundational sound.  

In the 1980s, new sampling technologies were also developed. The Linn 9000, E-mu SP-1200, and Akai MPC60 were among the samplers commonly used by DJs in the 1980s. This type of sampler was used to create breaks in songs rather than to use turntables to make turns in their music.   

Producers used samplers to perform, rearrange sections, sequence arrangements, edit, and mix their music at a much more flexible level. Remixing in this sense was an early form of production method.  

Through the years, sampling technology has advanced in many ways. As a result of numerous improvements in the last few years, samplers, such as the AKAI S900, have become more powerful and offer increased memory, higher sampling rates, smoother editing, and many other features.   

It is also worth mentioning that the turntable and mixer technologies have advanced as well. DJs began scratching records to produce new sounds and effects to keep up with the latest technology. It was the Technics SL-1200 turntable that had the most influence on turntable design due to its powerful motor, durability, and sound quality.  

Hip-Hop music production has transformed over the past 15 years. Dr. Dre, Swizz Beatz, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, J. Dilla, NO I.D, Kanye West, DJ Mustard, Just Blaze, RZA, 9th Wonder, and Drummaboy Fresh have reshaped rap music production. Multiplatform Entrepreneur/Music Producer Bleu Wavs is walking in the footprints of these iconic producers.    

Bleu Wavs musical engineering is soulful, aspirational, dynamic, dark, and dramatic.  Bleu Wavs psychological approach to music illuminates her God-given skillset. Bleu Wavs develops music leveraging gut instincts, artist profile, current life events, and personal experiences.  

Bleu Wavs creates game-changing beat production for R&B, Hip-Hop, and Pop music.  XRANIUM BEATS, LLC houses all proprietary beats and merchandise for retail by Bleu Wavs. Bleu Wavs music stock price continues to rise in 2021.    

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This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.  

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