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Making of Beatmaker DOPE

Behind The Scenes

Your Partner in Crime

Daniel Ruczko, the sound designer behind Beatmaker DOPE, takes you behind the scenes of creating a DOPE experience.

Behind the Sounds of Beatmaker DOPE

Learn what Hip Hop means to him and how he approached the different sounds and patterns. Daniel wanted to achieve something special with the plugin. DOPE is supposed to be your “partner in crime” for creating authentic sounding Hip Hop Drums.

Hip Hop and Boom Bap rap in particular plays a big part in his life. He always liked the raw and sometimes imperfect sounding vibe of it. Every single sound consists of multiple layers. Different plugins, settings and channel strips give it the best sound right right out of the box. The patterns offer a wide range of genre typical grooves as well as some more experimental patterns. These make working on beats with DOPE so much fun. Six different sound characters make it easy to alternate the way the individual drum kits sound.

Daniel aspired the Beatmaker DOPE to be your buddy who works at a record store and saves you a lot of time digging through old vinyl to find the perfect sounds for your drums. DOPE does it for you.

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