Make a Music Track NBA 2K23 Slam Magazine Cover Quest

If you don’t know how to make a music track in the NBA 2K23 Slam Magazine Cover quest, I honestly don’t blame you. It’s pretty tricky. For one, you have to figure out where the recording studio is, and that’s a problem in its own right. On top of that, the process of recording is pretty clunky, controls-wise. That’s why, in this guide, we will take you through the whole process, step by step.

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make a music track nba 2k23 slam magazine cover quest
Make a Music Track NBA 2K23 Slam Magazine Cover Quest

How to Make a Music Track in NBA 2K23 Slam Magazine Cover Quest

To make a music track for the NBA 2K23 Slam Magazine Cover quest, the first step is to go to Dreamville Studio. It is near the Beast stronghold; we’ll show you exactly where it is in the screenshots below. It’s really difficult to spot, because the sign is very small. It’s across the street from the tattoo studio, if that helps. Anyway, walk into the studio, past the lobby, and straight into the recording area. Interact with the chair in front of the mixing table (aka the chair with the giant note icon above it). Now it gets a little fiddly. Press Start and select MyBeats. Select the first empty slot. Then, press and hold Start and L2 for one minute. There’s a counter in the bottom right.

Next, to make a music Track in the Slam Magazine Cover quest in NBA 2K23, let go of L2 and start and select Save Track. Then, choose Discard and name your track. It can be literally anything. Confirm your choice and select Quit. Now, leave the studio. Check the quest, and the music track step of the mission should be over and done with. Obviously, you can put in a lot more effort and actually mix a proper song, maybe even add details of your own. However, if you’re just looking to get through the quest, that’s a complete waste of your time. Meeting these minimum requirements will be more than enough.

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