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Nov 12 10 5:04 AM

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here's the tack for the next battle... we've been sleeping too long!

Junior Mance- I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free

http://www.zshare.net/audio/82631216c568db42/

Bring your own drums, 1 synth tone may be sampled into the ST as well.

Battle ends 11-21-2010

This time around, we'll rate the beats on a scale of 1-10 on:

-sampling technique
-production quality
-overall style

There will be a winner!

-Lodger

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Nov 18 10 12:57 AM

z32- dope track- i really like the lowpass on that

this is a bit of a tricky track to work with- kudos for a job well done

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Nov 21 10 6:48 PM

Ella, I'm really digging your track here- RZA would be proud. nice use of only a few elements to get a lot of variety

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Nov 23 10 7:27 PM

its all good. this isnt for money,fame, or anything else so its all good. the main thing is that you push yourself to the limits by taking on an unexpected sample. sometimes you learn the most about how to use your gear while you're learning something else. I hope you learned something :)

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Nov 25 10 1:03 PM

i hope so...
the real thing i've learn is that i'm bored to make beats at wooorkkkkkk!!!!!!!
seriously, sometimes making beat with softwares is really "productive" and when i'm doing that i always think with an "sp/st" approach to this...resample-fx-resample-fx-resample etc etc

lodger, how do you technically realized the drums?  chop a breakbeat in various points? it's very impressive.

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Nov 25 10 7:15 PM

the first step is finding a pretty busy break at about 120 bpm. transpose that up about 3 semitones. i chopped the break into 8th notes or so and mapped those to a bank of pads. from there, program your break at about 1/2 speed. for this track, i programmed at about 85 bpm and then sped the track up. if you'd like, i can post the file for it.

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