Hip Hop Trap, with its dark and gritty sound, has a very uniquely urban dance music vibe. We tapped the expertise of Atlanta Hip Hop producer Booker Edwards to dive into this Dance Music genre. Check it out!
Here’s Booker Edwards to take you on a step-by-step journey into the urban world of Hip Hop Trap. He tears this dangerous genre apart exposing its gritty elements and then builds it back up again revealing it in its full dance music glory. Along the way, you learn all about its themes, sound design and songwriting elements. Booker also dives into the urban production techniques where you learn how to recreate the beat patterns, melodies and chord progressions that set this genre apart.
So join dance music producer Booker Edwards with his unique urban take on Hip Hop Trap and be sure to watch every course in our Dance Music Styles series.
Thank you Mr.Edwards for creating such a great tutorial on making trap music. I really enjoyed watching and learning the different techniques from beginning to end. One of the best vids out there. There was so much to learn within the hour+ that i took notes on each section! Now, I'm looking forward to applying the theory to my own music. - KHz4HGP
(s/o to GUCCI MANE!)
Pecchan wrote on December 5, 2016
This course lays out the basics of making a trap-style track. However, it does spend a lot of time covering very basic rhythm programming techniques which are pretty much the same whatever style you make. I guess this one is in the category of "If you only watch one tutorial". Also would have liked to know more about how the sounds themselves were created or where they were from as this is not really covered. Depending on your current level, this can be a useful course - especially if you use the MPC software.
Edi Cortex wrote on November 16, 2016
Such a Great Course
Please Just Continue This Series of courses by telling about other genres , or tips and tricks and dont leave it.
Derriziel Pierce wrote on October 27, 2016
I am already a fan of Booker's tutorials and this one is a great addition to his work. I am learning a lot on how to stay faithful to the genre yet he teaches there are no limits to it.