Discussion in 'Audio Producers Discussions' started by HYPNOTIK, Feb 23, 2010.
I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (short).mp3 - 2.7 Mb
u up one more 3/4 sample i might kill u
then flip it and make a 4/4 beat genius :eek;
no too much work - 1 loop and done for me
I only flip those if they have some solo sections without drums...that I chop into a 4/4 beat...and I only like to do that when the sample is fire (not saying ur samples are bad at all it just has to be super fire for me to go though that trouble)
anyways time for me to dig through some records
I thought the sample was pretty hot.
um the sample is fire no doubt.
I actually tried to flip the end of this one where they do that crazy melody and couple stabs...but I couldn't fit it right into a 4/4 beat so I didn't finish it.
it's just not right for me who knows...everyones brain works differently. someone else could probably flip it right if they took the time.
I shoulda just said that in the first place LOL. not a bad sample at all but one that takes skill to flip
I got your back hypno my track will be up here by tuesday...yoowaaaaaaaaaaaa
damn homie hit me lol - now i had to flip it
Well Alright.mp3 - 0.49MB
u guys never flipped a 3/4 to a 4/4? wow
i have i just dont like to
I'll see what I can do
pretty much got the main part done, just need to mix some more, will be posted pretty soon. Found a couple nice sounds in there
yep see this is the same concept I had too...then I was like ok that's basically all I can do with this sample so I didn't end up finishing it bcz the rest of the track is a totally different vibe.
and l feel the same way as Sdizzle about flipping 3/4 into 4/4. I have done it but don't like to do it too much.
Download Our Sin Written Blood(unfinished) mp3
My version, still working on it though couple things i need to work out but here's the main idea. Shout out to Damien Wayans on the tag, good look my nigga.
Ill be sure to up a lazy sample for sdizzle next time.
ha thats pretty dope oursin.
groovy as fuck.
Ill prolly flip the beat in triplets-jr writer style.
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