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DVD Giveaway: Supreme The Beatmaker Vol. 1 And Git Rite

May 9, 2008

This week’s Friday giveaway features our man Su-Preme from Sunz of Man.  For those who’ve enjoyed his production tutuorials, Su-Preme The Beatmaker Vol. 1 has finally been completed and released.  Two (2) lucky readers will receive a copy of both Su-Preme The Beatmaker Vol. 1 and his full length film Git Rite featuring Fredro Starr, J. Hatch, and the Bogus Boys, which tells the story of a struggling producer with a plans to rob a drug king pin to finance his own record label.

From the cover of Su-Preme The Beatmaker Vol. 1:
"Inside you’ll find 2 hours of exclusive, in-depth footage detailing the exact same techniques used by today’s leading professional Hip-Hop producers.  Covered topics incude: Sampling, sound editing, drum chopping & looping, program editing, beat composition, sequencing, song creation, and sample manipulation."

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To win you must submit a comment to this post with answers to the following question:

  • What song, moment, or other reason made you want to start producing/making beats?

We’ll choose the best response as our winner.   Comments must be submitted before 12a.m Friday, May 16th to be entered.  You may comment multiple times with no penalty.  You must provide name and email address in your comment to be considered.

Both DVD’s are available for purchase from Syklopz.com.

Also, if you haven’t already, head on over and check out the Crate Kings/Smirnoff giveaway for your chance to snatch up a copy of KRS One, Q-Tip, and Common vinyl!

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Congrats To Vinyl & DVD Giveaway Winners
May 28, 2008 at 10:49 am

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uno1 May 9, 2008 at 10:01 am

The homies and I used to buy singles just to rhyme on the instrumentals. The first joint I remember was (The Lost Boyz, Renee).The last instrumentals we got busy on was Dr.Dre’s Chronic 2000. We wanted something of our own so ever since then I’ve been a beat maker.

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most incredible! May 9, 2008 at 10:15 am

The moment that really got me in love with making beats was when I was going through the record collection of my parents and finding the sample of Heart Of The City. From this moment on I’d like to do my own beats.

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Ciro May 9, 2008 at 10:45 am

It all started when i started listening to my brother in law’s collection. I never really knew much about hip hop back then and i was listening to Lil Scrappy,D4L and all the rest of em then that day came along. He had just books of music, the entire wu tang,mobb deep,psycho realm albums. Big pun,pac, biggie.cypress hill, soul assassins 1 and 2, pibull, and too much too add but he listens to anything. The beats on most of those albums caught me the samples used. Psycho Realm’s In This Lifetime, the sample used was just so soulful,the drums bassline were spot on and didnt sound out of place and the lyrics were crazy. Wu Tand Clans C.R.E.A.M just knocked me out. I was listening to lyrics that i didnt hear on music that was on the radio. The beat was just to me was something one could lay back and chill to. DJ Muggs vs. GZA feat. RZA & Raekwon – Advance Pawns Remix…..Dj Muggs just has a style that cant be matched and its different. The way he put it together from beginning to end was flawless.From then on i started to produce and i started to listening to older albums and underground albums like Lightheaded, Blu, Aloe blacc, Masta ace,Jedi mind tricks, the jazz liberators, doom tree, athletic mind league,ayatollah, exile, esoteric, stoupe, diamond d, pete rock, ohmega watts, marco polo, flying lotus, jay dee ( especially the intro beat for Donuts CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!), Blue sky black death, man theres too many to list and this post i already too long.

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Shaun "RevelaShaun 6:8" Rob. May 9, 2008 at 1:07 pm

For me it as RockBox by Run-DMC that song made me want to DJ ,I was alreadya kid rappin’ on the Playground ith my friends at the time. JMJ made me want to make music. I played around learning the TurnTables because of that song.

The first song I made for myself used two BoomBoxes and a pausebutton with a loop of My Philosophy by BDP and I we a song c Creative thinking. I was 14 and I got serious at 16 realy writting and counting bars.

To sum it up it was RockBox by RUN_DMC that made me want to make music!!!

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groovy May 9, 2008 at 11:00 pm
RYBOOGIE May 10, 2008 at 2:11 pm

I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO CREATE MUSIC FROM THE AGE OF 5. HAVING ALL DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSIC PLAYED IN MY HOUSE GROWING UP, MUSIC ALWAYS TOOK ME TO A PLACE WHERE I WAS HAPPY, NO WORRIES IN THE WORLD AND I WANTED TO BRING OTHERS INTO THAT WORLD. NOW THAT I AM ABLE TO DO THAT, I WANT OTHER PEOPLE TO VIBE OFF MY CREATIONS AND MAYBE HELP THEM CREATE MUSIC FOR OTHERS TO BUILD ON TO WHAT I CREATED.

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Rafferty May 11, 2008 at 10:18 am

This is gonna hurt to admit, and I’m only saying it because I want that DVD. When I heard “Ice Ice Baby” by you-know-who, I thought to myself, “What the hell? That’s the exact same sound from that Queen song!” Then I thought, “…ooooooh.” And then 3 seconds later I thought “I wanna do that.”

happy mother’s day

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freed May 11, 2008 at 3:26 pm

maker’s “shooting the breeze” – i remember driving to Cincinnati and hearing “train till nowhere” at like the 3:08 mark in the track and hearing the illest use of live sampled guitars that i had ever heard.
im a guitar player so i was interested in trying it out myself.
when i have the time, i do what i can producer-wise, plus it helps to know what the guy behind the mpc or computer is doing when youre recording for someone ya know?

great website

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Natural D May 11, 2008 at 4:16 pm

Yo! I remember listening to that killer army cd in my man’s whip way back when. We were all chillin on the back porch and my man started a freestyle cypha… before you knew it i started to join in and everyone was feeling it. Yo i didn’t know what i was doing but the feeling was great. After that i started to make tracks with catz around the way and in 04 after i got out of the army i decided to start making my own beats. To be able to create a classic and have others putting history on your beats is amazing. I love music!!

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supreme May 12, 2008 at 12:26 am

thats whats up pause button..
thats how i started making beats with two radio’s
play the beat in one and record on the other then hit pause
rewind and do it again…
that shit took all day to do…
now thats real old school………

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Jordan Johnson May 15, 2008 at 1:58 pm

For me it all started the summer before my freshman year in high school. I had just gotten a downloaded version of Fl Studio (which I have upgraded to the real one since then) and had just started making beats on it. My inspiration came one day when I was on youtube and I saw a video of Kanye West chopping up a sample on the MPC. And just watching him compose that beat and see how much fun he was having while doing it inspired me to make beats also. I knew from that moment on that producing is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I made one of my best beats that day and I’ve never stopped ever since.

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Shaun "RevelaShaun 6:8" Rob. May 22, 2008 at 12:11 pm

Yes indeed it is Old School and in the vain of ANY MEANS AVAILABLE to make music.

I made 5 diffrent sounding songs from 1 bank I made with sounds Preeme sent me for copin that DVD.

The Golden Age was my favoite time in Hip Hop!!!

I hope the Future of Hip Hop is Brighter.

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Curtis September 25, 2009 at 4:07 pm

Getting a good beat maker is a must for anyone…and I mean anyone serious about getting into the music industry.

Great post man…keep them coming!

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donnie October 13, 2010 at 8:57 am

i started producing music because i got tired of hearin the same thing.
and i knew i could do things differently and make it hot and different.
i also started producing because of run dmc. they were pioneers in the game.
also i started producing so the whole world could hear me and feel my moods i express through my instrumentals

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