Apollo Brown is straight forward Boom-Bap.mr. nbtbl wrote: ↑Fri Feb 15, 2019 11:49 amMaybe apollo brown...
Don't know whats his impact... but his list of albums and collabos is quite big. And he has quite his own sound... I guess he fades all chops in or something like this... And he uses incredible nice samples
I tried sometimes but never get this sound.
Ok there are bunch of people making videos on how to make a dilla beat... Didn't work either
I definitly like to see apollos beats under a microscope...
Similar to that is the mid/side trick, where you remove or isolate either or which leaves you with, for example, the vocal/main drums/bass if it's the mid channel, or say strings, guitars, backing vocals if it's the side channel.DJ Dope-Needlz wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:24 pmA technique that i find very rare, dope and unique is making 2 mono-channels out of a stereo song that has different instruments hard panned to the left and to the right. This way you have 2 different layers with different instruments playing that can be layered on top of each other or both be used in different parts of the beat. A great example of this technique can be heard on "Cunninlynguists - Love Ain't" which samples "Classic IV - Traces".
Ha now that's some quick and dirty signal destruction thereDJ Dope-Needlz wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:28 pmNot sure if this will work but maybe sticking the plug half way in the inputs of your soundcard or sampler will drown out stuff to.
I was thinking about this since it can sound very cool when you plug your headphone half in your mobile Phone. Will drown a lot of sounds out.
Yes just need to make sure there's a little resonance on the filter to get the 'wah' on the sweeps. This tek is always a good one to automate as well, especially if the sample is going to be uses lots, as it can add some real nice vibe and progression.
It would be a high-pass filter for removing low end, but yeah that's an often essential sampling staple if you want to say add your own bassline. A much less known flip of that tek for boosting the samples bassline in a way that is often much nicer than EQ boosting, is to duplicate the track then add a low-pass filter to just one of them around 200-250hz.Or to get a Bassline out of song by turning the "Cut-Off Frequency" all the way down on a Low-Pass Filter.
Yes get some nice textural stacking going.Or copying the Sample-Patch and use those 4 Sample-Patches with different filters and delays on top of each other. Make sure to EQ each Layer correctly so they sound good all playing together. Making sure your Delay cuts out the Low-End in the echo-ing feedback.
Have you read this article? Might be of some use.Fredson Jacobs wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:13 amHey my peeps
im trying to do a report on sampling and im looking for some input on different sampling techniques.
I also want to write about different producers/beatmakers and their impact on the hiphop and electronic music industry. Dilla is of course pretty obvious, but do you have suggestions on other cats who have had a great impact. And if possible which sampling techniques they have invented/made famous.
I have alot of different ones in mind, but it could be cool to hear some suggestions
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