Digital Media and Sampling Era Synthesizers and Samplers Hip-hop and Rap communities take advantage of these technologies and incorporate it in their music. Music Producers are the ones getting the recognition now.
Music Producers There were three notable groups of musical producers that emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s:
Many try to imitate or make their own sound with synthesizers and samplers.
Would have to have some sort of knowledge about the various genres and what fits well with one another.
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