Hey Everybody! How's it going? Hope you all are superbly well! Let me just clarify something before I write the rest of this post, YES YOU ARE READING THE TITLE RIGHT! Okay, now that that's out of the way, let's get into it! The story of producing this particular beat is fairly simple, really. I did use an empty Coca Cola bottle as part of the beat's drum kit. I was sitting at my desk, finished drinking a bottle of Coke, and almost instantly thought "Hey, I wonder if using a Coca Cola bottle would work." Here's an idea... TRY IT! So I did. I played a simple pattern on the first and third beats in a bar and just built around it with stock sounds from the production program I use. It came out sounding, at least to me very outer space, Star Trek like. Aside from being extra creative and using the Coke bottle, I love how the shaker sounds as well. Probably one of my favourite patterns I have ever played. Also, other than wanting to see if it would work, I used the bottle to do something new, something different, something that I thought would set me apart from everyone else! To my knowledge, I haven't seen or heard of anyone else using a Coca Cola bottle in the production of a beat. If you haven't heard the track yet, it's posted above this paragraph. Please enjoy it, let me know what you think, and SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube for more original instrumental and beat productions. Thanks everybody! Talk to you again soon.
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