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    Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street

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    Thumbs up for good music.

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    you just watched jackie brown didnt you?

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    yo this is nice. and it's a great loop to use! one thing i heard is that you've doubled up the bottom end to make the bassline pop, when it hits the end of the loop with the two stabs (dum-dum dum-dum) the bass really booms. so maybe look at putting a compressor on your bass track to even out the volume a bit. but sounding good!

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    Nice flip and sample.
    Here's my flip:

    Think Clearly:

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    That is pretty dope homie. I like those live sounding drums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicbeats View Post
    you just watched jackie brown didnt you?

    Haha. Never seen it, though Tarrantino and Pam Grier could've have been that bad, could it?


    Quote Originally Posted by MaxAttack View Post
    yo this is nice. and it's a great loop to use! one thing i heard is that you've doubled up the bottom end to make the bassline pop, when it hits the end of the loop with the two stabs (dum-dum dum-dum) the bass really booms. so maybe look at putting a compressor on your bass track to even out the volume a bit. but sounding good!
    I think theres a phaser on it which gives it a fuller sound. Its really not hard to go with the Lo-Fi Theory on alot of tracks. The sound is amazingly crisp.

    Quote Originally Posted by gt90 View Post
    Nice flip and sample.
    Here's my flip:
    The drums are definitely the stand out.
    Thumbs up for good music.

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    both of those are dope.

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