- this cat ate a whole box of dilla donuts for breakfast. that´s as dilla as it gets. thank you. turn it up!
- Smooth raps and the beat is just BUTTER. Wish there would be a bit more instrumental part at the end. This is how i wish my mix sounded, especially this time lol
- reminded me of Champion Sound, so raw yet so many layers that fit perfectly. Goddamn.
Kongchain - Big Kong never disappoints. Big up for consistent high quality funky delivery dude
Sly Blackford - Simple and effective. And as you put Quas on the stage it was over. Crazy joint
I use to say this quite often but this time really - SO MANY great contributions this week. I didnt even get to comment on all the ones that were great. Thank you for holding up during this pandemic to keep us all motivated and create a little homage to DIlla.
To the production side chat going on:
I´m an Ableton person since a decade or longer and I mostly just start off with simpler and then layer my track around the sample chops.
Until recently I only wrote songs in the arrangement view, then I read about KNX writing in the live view and experimenting with different chops.
This is what I started to try out since a couple of weeks but do not yet feel very confident about it.
Other recent "gear" :
Vulf compressor - weapon of choice on my master chain
GregWells MixWell - OneKnob Magic
Scaler 2 - changed the way i write completely. The track from last week was started with some chords that I routed through a Moog VST.
Looking forward to get more technical feedback on my tracks in the future.