Author Topic: [Funk?] Don't care the flop  (Read 4889 times)

Offline Sam_Zen

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[Funk?] Don't care the flop
« on: February 07, 2006, 01:19:51 »
An example of a song, where samples are not only single notes, but complete rhythmic patterns, sound clusters, or several notes played as a sequence.
The source to be found here or the zipped one
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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2006, 22:23:59 »
Quite nice tune - I have really enjoyed some parts of it. To what extent the samples are self-made?

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« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2006, 00:17:52 »
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As a source, the samples are not self-made, but distracted from cd. Unfortunately I didn't save the info about that, but my guesses would be Candy Dulfer or Miles Davis.
Not self-made, but self-edited. Which is quite some work. Because as soon as some samples with a complete rhythmic pattern of drums, bass, etc. is involved, one has to tune such files very precisely to all have the exact same byte-length, or a multiple of such number, to keep the looping running smoothly.

That's why it is not possible to alter the playbackspeed of such modules, because the song will go wrong in timing.
Unless you change the pitch of these samples slightly, and re-tune the bpm and speed again, to get a proper transition.
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