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Thread: how do I mix an instrumental based on a sample loop? (roc marciano/darigner type)

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    how do I mix an instrumental based on a sample loop? (roc marciano/darigner type)

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    Hi,
    I would like to understand how to mix an instrumental formed by a sample loop, for example the beats of roc marciano or daringer, which are often composed of a loop containing already drums, bass, melody etc ..

    how do I get the bass out and the drums out of the sample loop?

    I often divide the sample loop into two tracks: one with the low frequencies and one with the high ones, in this way I can emphasize the bass a little but the drums get lost, it's not beautiful.

    So I would like to understand how to move to get a result like this for example:
    Roc Marciano - Hide My Tears

    This is the original sample:
    Smoked Sugar - Keeping Up My Front

    thanks

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    I don't get it - I don't really hear anything being removed in the Roc Marciano track, it's just slightly pitched down but everything's still there, albeit crudely eq'd in the low end to be louder.
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