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    I just kind of search of obscure things. Sometimes I don't even have to look.

    The other day we were watching a video about the Amish in class, and this really amazing choir came on. I used shazaam to find out what it was and I made crossfaded the shit out of it and then added bass and drums. It is a really intense beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjbing3 View Post
    I went to vinyl frontier and only got linkbuck broken links. Anyway, I'm still reluctant to sample mp3s. I'm a purist so I prefer vinyl.
    Yeah that seems to be happening

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    yea im not sure if its updated regularly
    -but then again... blogs are die'n left n right nowadays

    A steady drip of water puts a hole n a rock .....

    Like old folks pissin i guess it all depends on

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    I use the spotify technique, and I will also just look up not well known artists on youtube and look through the related videos until I find something

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    I don't sell beats but I love digging on youtube. Start on whosampled, then go through related videos until something catches my ear. All these people ripping records are saints in my opinion. I would be happy as hell if I could go find and buy all these records, but of course I'm happy to get it electronically too. It's better than not having it at all. I can understand people who have had an upper hand by buying up vinyl being mad young kids don't have to do that to learn today, but there's no practical reason not to do it.

    I don't get the whole competition idea either. There's more than enough music out there to go around too. Let's be real, almost none of the shit people do is good, let alone good enough to land on an album. Even if it does, how much of that is notable enough that a better beat from the same shit isn't marketable?

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    Last edited by SoulOmega; 09-19-2017 at 09:45 PM.

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