I’ve been working on this idea that’s been on my mind for a long time: Beatmakology.
It’s basically a website about beatmaking and production – or as I call it – a “collaborative effort among beatmakers to provide educational resources about music production and beat-making culture, and bring attention to the art and science of making beats. By beatmakers. For beatmakers.”.
It’s really about sharing our knowledge and love for this craft, and we will be posting anything from tutorials and articles about the history, to inspirational videos and thoughts. All from beatmakers, musicians, audio engineers and other creatives who’ve fallen deeply in love with music, and have been doing this shit for a while. We aim to provide the kind of left-of field advice that comes with experience, and that you just can’t find easily online these days.
Aside from this, the website also features an amazing online library of historical drum breaks that you can listen to and contribute to, the Holy Grail of Drum Breaks.
We are planning to launch the website in September, once we have enough people to have dope content rolling on a regular basis. In the meanwhile, you can already visit and take a look around!