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FatVonFree last won the day on March 27

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About FatVonFree

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  • Birthday 11/20/1981

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    Kanagawa, Japan
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    Recording bands, Playing Bass, Playing Slide guitar and blues and singing my ass off.....collecting records,guitars and tattoos also
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  1. STBBeatles #578

    will be back in a few to list my sources..tired and need food cuzzo...oh yeah its a non entry since i won the last one. followed all the rules though except i added the rap acapella. used audio capture running vulf compressor (about 40% dialed in and pausing it with spotify to make 2 tracks about 3 minutes a piece. full of snippets of a lot of beatles tracks on spotify. all processing and beat making took place in my mpc4000 in to my sp404sx and my akai s20 in there to stretch the main sample and crunch the drums...sang through my rack gear into the 404sx.....now on spotify....the gold mine for any band with longevity like them is typing in "beatles Take" and you get all the alternate takes and them talking and somebody hitting random notes and shit... lets get to chopping this fable. snare came from the beatles "sgt peppers lonely hearts club band title track" bass note came from "being for the benefit of mr kite" ole boy is talking and hitting notes in between just random shit. took that bass, tuned it to C and reamped it through a 4x10 bass cabinet lol. also got my hi hat from that cymbal ...splash my main sample is 3 sequences i made using the ending from "she's leaving home". straight into the akai s20. pitched it down....got my kick and shaker from "strawberry fields forever. now there were a couple of kicks i took from I'm Down. I layered them with my other kick. hope ya dig. gonna order some pizza...cheers from Kanagawa folks!!!
  2. STBBeatles #578

    Jesus Christ......www.iHateJoa.Com lol....dude...this gon take some homework. holy shit..right off top i think i might know where to get drums from their records. anyhoo dope shit. cant wait to get to the house!!!
  3. STBB #577 VOT3

  4. STBB #577 VOT3

    YOOOOO thanks for the love guys!!!! i am gonna be waaaayyyy late getting back to my computer so could somebody setup the next battle...yall make the rules but i say we do a strictly boom bap week with some dope dope rules. NO OUTSIDE INSTRUMENTS (including no bass) OR SO..get me out my comfort zone.....but hey set it up however. thanks again for the love!!!
  5. STBB #577 VOT3

    1) elan vital 2) DonutProducer 3) Dave Powell
  6. STBB #577

    HAHAHHAHAHAAHHAAHAHH BRUH!!!!!! its sunday night here in japan cuzzo!!! i had all day lol
  7. STBB #577

    will be back in like an hour to post up what i did to make this shit. been workin on it all damn day. Aight cuzzo….lets get it poppin. So I got a nat king cole version that’s live I used for the intro. I got a _____ version I used cause she sang it as a tribute to Fitz in a gospel fashion. (go find it ya self lol..but if i get pressed i will let you know cause this woman bodied the shit cuzzo) So yeah I was able to get real soulful on it. I copped the Lonnie Donegan live version cause I been a fan of his since I was a kid. I used it as an outro. So nat king version as the intro, the _ _ _ _ version was blended with the sample provided to get the main 2 sequences I built this whole song around. There was not really a key switch in the middle of this, but I flipped what note was the root so i could tie the two together "what happens now" moment.... I did the drums in my mpc4000 into my sp404sx and bounced it out to ableton 10. Played bass, played 2 different guitars, left and right and sang over it. Lots of fun. Only challenge was arranging this. And making sure that from the start to the finish it progressed like a song. Not a loop. At the heart of this is two 4 bar sequences. The main vocal stabs are from the main sample and then I switched it with the sequence of the other vocals and dropped my guitar in and out. Doppler effect from the intro was from my space echo running thee opening sequence from the nat king cole sample into it. Pretty easy to figure the key of all of them out and tune them up Sorry for the novel. Spent a shit load of time on this since its Sunday AM and I wake up and the new battle has usually dropped. So anyhoo time for beer and food. Looking fwd to hearing what yall bring.
  8. STBB #576 VOTE

    hell yeah makes sense man
  9. STBB #576 VOTE

    yeah i know man. theguen sent a message to lokal. a few hours left before the time we are supposed have it up by. just the rules man. not trying to argue with every post.
  10. STBB #576 VOTE

    To the winner: PLEASE POST NEW SAMPLE AND RULES BY NOON ON SATURDAY, PACIFIC TIME lets give them some time
  11. STBB #576 VOTE

    1.lokal 2.Kongchain 3.JoaGymshoe man lol. folks been complaining about not getting rules a few battles ago. put up some rules and folks....le sigh. fun week. if your finished beat has a snare in it. i shouldnt have to explain the parts of a snare. NO SNARE (ANY PART OF ONE, EVEN IF ITS IN THE SAMPLE)IN YA BEAT YOU ARE DQ.... i posted this up a few times in the other thread. its clear in the rules. no snares. anyhoo. sorry for the confusion. if i win again in the future i wont add special rules. cheers
  12. STBB 576 Grime Folk Music (SnaresHellaOptional Week)

    yeah man no snares. great track though!!! but yeah its a special rule this week no snares.
  13. STBB 576 Grime Folk Music (SnaresHellaOptional Week)

    sang after the roc marci acapella. played some guitar. all done in the mpc4000 and sp404sx/sp303. fun stuff. mastered through my rack gear into my tascam portastudio. hope you dig
  14. STBB 576 Grime Folk Music (SnaresHellaOptional Week)

    yeah no snares or synth snares or 808 snares or anything snare. use a hat or whatever else instead. just no snare sound at all.
  15. STBB 576 Grime Folk Music (SnaresHellaOptional Week)

    no snare drum.