Dope bro! Thank you!
Killer tutorial 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
how can I chop if my screen on mic touch doesn't work do u know?
Fire channel, I am a guitar/ukulele player and song writer who made beats on reason back in college, just got an MPC, just getting into it but I have a lot of background in music, this stuff is great! Thank you so much.
Very well thought out and organized. Good job.
Good shit bruh new to sampling helped out a lot
Only seeing this one now! Learning from you all the time man! Loved when you scrolled along the sample edit page, heard so many vocal gems there! Maybe that would be a cool sample pack 20-50 lil one shot vocals 🙏🙏🙏
The drums for the samples are fucking epic. Amazing video. Thanks a ton!!
Extremely helpful! Thanks bro!
how do you tune the samples you use to all be in the same key? could you do a video on that
Thank you for sharing your process. I literally took notes from your video just so I know what I'm looking for besides the obvious beginner stuff (I.e. acappela moments and melodic parts without drums) I get it now thanks to your willingness to share
Thanks for sharing
Real slick. It was nice to see you demo how you get it done.
3:15 had me dropping 90s type New York styled bars…I'm feeling that
Dope video fam
WHAts playing at 7:36? I wanna transpose that in the sampler
Dope video! What was the track that plays at 7:34? Thanks
There's obviously a lot of stigma around the first type of sampling but that's how they used to do it in the 80s/90s. It sounds like a lazy method but it's only lazy if you're not making it a little varied. You can take a 1 or 2 bar loop itself and have it for 8 bars, or mute it every 4th bar, or if there's bass behind it isolate the bass and that's another 4 or 8 bar loop. Anyone who exclusively listens to 90s knows this and it will sound lazy on paper but can sound really good if you do more than simply looping a single sample, such as adding horns every second bar (or any one-shots as they're called in this video). It's probably some bias here because I only sample looks and work around them as the base, but that was a large part of hip-hop and is still a fundamental in my opinion.
Great video bro I'm bout to apply this to Maschine
Great video. Thanks for sharing knowledge
Very good, sir! I've been producing with the Akai brand for 22 years and I still find information about the machines that I can use. Thank you for the information.
This is fantastic, thanks man
JAZZ THINGS BRO
Good Stuff bredren 👍🏾 Thanks for sharing
14:55 is on GTA V online radio station The Lowdown 91.1, and was used on a major pop hit from the late 80's
That Beat at the Intro VERY DOPE!
EPMD used that drum break. DOPE.
whats the sample at 8:24?
You got really good bro
Awesome video, and man, your beats are sick as #%&@
My God what is that sample @ the 4:17 mark. Sounds like Jaco Pastorius, playing the bass. RIP to him btw.
The first technique is called lifting a sample.
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