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    Where can I find samples like this?

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    Title says it all, I'm looking for smooth / spacey / dreamy / jazzy / jingly music to sample. Any suggestions are appreciated as I have no idea what kind of genres to dig around in.

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    Where can I find samples like this?



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    You can always take the artist and song name and throw them into Pandora, which will play a bunch of similar stuff you might like.

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    Well the Stalley record sounds like Perigeo-Via Beato Angelico
    The mick jenkins is a dexter wansel record
    Idk about the last one. The beat general gave a great idea. soul/funk/jazz/rnb/rock are commonly sampled. Drake for instance samples really new shit. Remember ANY song can be flipped, some are simple others are hard. But for now, I suggest going to the flip this forum and checking out those samples.

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    This sounds like jazz/jazz fusion. Maybe some library music and OSTs

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    I would highly advise listening to Flying Lotus and going to whosampled.com and see if you can get a good idea of the specific genre or "area" of music you can flip.

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    The last one is jazz vibraphone-- I'd check out artists like Bobby Hutcherson and Roy Ayers.

    The first two feature Fender Rhodes/Wurlitzer-type electric piano, so that could be any jazz, soul, r&b, fusion, or Latin material from the 60's through the 80's.

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    Garry Burton also for the vibraphone

    for the others I am minded of

    Dave Grusin "Friends and Strangers" and similar albums, also Bob James, return to forever (crystal silence), Herb Alpert (rise), chuck mangione, santana (late 70's early 80's - zebop and havana moon and the swing of delight), miles davis "B!tches brew" and tehrefore herbie hancock, chick corea and John mclachlan
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    There's a really good pod-cast called, ' groove cafe aperitif'. They play a lot of the original jazz, lounge, samba and similar styles. You are guaranteed to find something to chop up on one of the pod-casts... I have
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhythmgj View Post
    The last one is jazz vibraphone-- I'd check out artists like Bobby Hutcherson and Roy Ayers.

    The first two feature Fender Rhodes/Wurlitzer-type electric piano, so that could be any jazz, soul, r&b, fusion, or Latin material from the 60's through the 80's.

    GJ
    I've looked into both of them, a lot of people seem to sample from them. Thanks for the instrument do you know of any specific artists that use that instrument primarily?

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