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#26
ok the break in question is, as someone said on doa, Sugarhill Gang - Apache
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#27
fanu Wrote:ok the break in question is, as someone said on doa, Sugarhill Gang - Apache

I think Wax Doctor used this version of the apache on Spectrum (Platinum Breakz 1)

Which in itself is really sampleable Smile
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#28
fanu Wrote:ok the break in question is, as someone said on doa, Sugarhill Gang - Apache

Update - actually it is Young MC - Know How (see Fanu's DOA grid thread).

Cool
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#29
oh for christ sake, just post up a .wav
thats what everyone wants Lol
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#30
fanu Wrote:yeah,,,,,,,,not about engineering really.

a good tune will be a good tune without super-sharp engineering, while a poor tune with crystal clear engineering.......Neutral



Xyxthumbs


finally someone in dnb is willing to admit the futility and the tyranny of the hi-fi aesthetic which is like some kind of dogma in dnb


that is why i haven't sold my soul for all the latest and greatest gear... i'd rather make do with what's in front of me... it's good enough for me, and i just like to score outdated hardware and software for that much cheaper than when it was hot :d
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#31
john doe Wrote:oh for christ sake, just post up a .wav
thats what everyone wants Lol

Neutral

I don't have one
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#32
Want to whack that up on the These Are The Breaks thread?
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#33
fanu Wrote:yeah,,,,,,,,not about engineering really.

a good tune will be a good tune without super-sharp engineering, while a poor tune with crystal clear engineering.......Neutral

And yet a good tune with super-sharp engineering can be 10x better than the same tune without it... Smile
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#34
fanu Wrote:how the fuck?!?

http://rah.gq.nu/fanu/sdapache.mp3

Eek

its all in the mult

its all in the mult

its all in the mult

Xyxthumbs
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#35
seti Wrote:
fanu Wrote:yeah,,,,,,,,not about engineering really.

a good tune will be a good tune without super-sharp engineering, while a poor tune with crystal clear engineering.......Neutral

finally someone in dnb is willing to admit the futility and the tyranny of the hi-fi aesthetic which is like some kind of dogma in dnb

that is why i haven't sold my soul for all the latest and greatest gear... i'd rather make do with what's in front of me... it's good enough for me, and i just like to score outdated hardware and software for that much cheaper than when it was hot :d

the biggerst problem is:

- too many crap tunes

the next biggest problem is:

- all the tunes are brickwall limited to fook to totally eliminate any dynamic range they once had.....

Thumbd
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#36
I blame DJ's for being too stupid to use a volume control Teef
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#37
I blame shite sound systems too.

A simple tune with loads of headroom and nothing much going on apart from beats and bass sounds soooooooo much better on a decent system than all this mid range brick wall rubbish.

Now if only they could have some decent systems in London again.
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#38
scope Wrote:
fanu Wrote:how the fuck?!?

http://rah.gq.nu/fanu/sdapache.mp3

Eek

its all in the mult

its all in the mult

its all in the mult

Xyxthumbs

i thought it was just a particularluy phat version of the apache off a sample cd. on the dogs thread someone posted the actual break from the sample disc.

i take it you're suggesting it was broken up into freq bands for extra punchy fun love to get it sounding like that for the sample dsic though? Baffled :d
bare
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#39
was not suggesting an answer to the original question actually.

i have no idea what sd did - as it could have been done in many many ways.

but if i wanted that kick sound, i know it would be achievable through mults

Xyxthumbs
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#40
i have a wav...of the break in question

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#41
Logos Wrote:Hahaha sometimes I think we overestimate the engineering genius of our (well my anyway) dnb heroes. SD nicked bloody anything from anywwhere. Stonekiller atmospherics being the best example.

I heard that Dom has never sampled the original amen, he just got it off an old hardcore tune. Icon_eek


Hahaha so true .... where are the stonekiller sounds from ???
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#42
orson Wrote:Hahaha so true .... where are the stonekiller sounds from ???

Repost Teef

Logos Wrote:Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient 2

Wink
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#43
Logos Wrote:
orson Wrote:Hahaha so true .... where are the stonekiller sounds from ???

Repost Teef

Logos Wrote:Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient 2

Wink

thanks ..Hahaha
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