You will learn how to make modern hip-hop using the RAPtor template!
J-Hope is a rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, and record producer from South Korea. In 2013, he made his debut as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS.
A really impressive template rhythm is based on a combination of acoustic and electronic drums, with a hint of LoFi and distortion. The sound base in the rap passages is created by a deep synth bass, a few of FX samples, and a synth melody with an oriental flavor. The chorus section comprises power chords, organ, and a pad, while the drums are accompanied by an acoustic set.
Using the Logic Pro library, we attempted to locate all of the sounds for this hip-hop template "RAPtor."
We use our free samples from the Maxi-Beat studio in addition to the excellent Logic Pro sound library.
We produced this hip-hop template using only Logic's built-in instruments and plugins, as we do with all of our Logic templates. Compatibility issues with other manufacturers' plug-ins and tools are no longer an issue. However, you may always replace the Logic synths and plug-ins with your favorite synthesizers and plug-ins.
You only need Logic Pro and an installed sound library to get started with our hip hop template "RAPtor!"
For vocals and FX, we use audio tracks. All synths and sampler instruments are recorded on midi tracks that can be modified or replaced with other instruments. In the logic template "RAPtor," you can adjust any sounds, all synthesizer parameters, chords, melodies, and much more.
Get the latest insights of the hip-hop style with this Logic template and increase your production skills!
|Inspired by artists like J-Hope.
|Genre: hip hop, rap
|Instruments used in this Logic Pro template include: Drum Mashine, Drum Kit, Sampler EXS24, Quick sampler, Retro Synth, Alchemy.
|Special features: LoFi drum sound
|Automation: Most tracks contain automation, such as filter cutoffs, FX, and so on.
|Produced by Maxim Dergunov
|DAW: Logic Pro 10.7.4+
|Vocal: Only the main vocal preview is removed; the vocal add-libs are present!