he always look high
i wonder where Pete Rock got all his knowledge for making beats from back in the days. i mean today we can learn everything from the internet.
There must have been books about producing and sampling in the past.
But Source def had producer interviews with tips in it sometimes and such. but you basically learned it all from the manual of your machine back than.
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there where articles about DJ-ing, Sampling in the source etc.
Back then, we learned from reading the manuals for the equipment and trial and error. There were no tutorials, how to's, tips and tricks etc....... You bought whatever equipment you could afford and you learned how to make it do what you needed it to do. There was no "must have standard" of equipment. Some used sp's, mpc's, w-30's, emulator's, s900's, s950's, ddd1's, mirages's, samplers off of dj mixers triggered by hand in realtime, looping raw breaks by hand using two turntables, and even cassette decks (pause buttons). There weren't how to articles because everyone had different means to get their desired results. Peace be with you...................Rob Mixx
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