Ski Beatz grabs a Native Instruments Maschine and goes to work with Rugz D. Bewler on a promo for “Super Bad” and the upcoming 24 Hour Karate School. [via 2db]
Ski Beatz MPC SP d950 warping get your warp game up chopping and sampling Move over Roland MV-8800, Ski Beatz like Ableton. Today I’mma show you guys I make a beat using Ableton Live, totally different from how you make a beat using Ablteon Live. Producer Ski Beatz professes his newfound love for Ableton Live … Read more
The making of Reasonable Doubt is broken down with the help of various participants including Mary J. Blige, Ski, Irv Gotti, DJ Premier, Foxy Brown, and even Jay Z himself. The hour long documentary features Ski in the studio recreating the Lonnie Liston Smith sample with an S950 and SP1200, while Irv Gotti plays Isaac … Read more
Ski Beatz sounds off on the Ice-T vs. Soulja Boy situation, most lyrically creative mc’s, and the current state of Hip-Hop. Respect to Nah Right.
Further proof that Hip-Hop production has come of age… Ski Beatz is featured in a promo for Tonemaker Voice custom ringtone app. Using the program you can record and mix custom ringtones directly on your cell phone.
2008 is looking to be a great year full of promise and opportunity. To kick things off we’re happy to announce that legendary producer Ski Beatz has agreed to judge the January Crate Kings Beat Battle. The same producer responsible for classic hits from Original Flavor, Jay Z’s, Camp Lo, and most recently Pittsburgh Slim … Read more
Check out maestro Ski Beatz as he gives a quick lesson on the Roland MV-8800. I hope that Ski is satisfied with himself since he made the features of the MV-8800 look so appetizing that I’ve developed a very serious case of gear lust and am thinking of dropping my MPC 2000 XL!
Legendary producer Ski Beatz is here breaking down the entire making of Jay Z’s “Dead Presidents”. In case you didn’t know… Ski is same guy who, back in late 95, had me running around half of Eastern Massachusetts looking this elusive 12 inch single. In the end I had to settle for mailorder from NY’s … Read more