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elanvital last won the day on May 6

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  1. Woah, feeling the love for Delia this week. Enjoyed listening to all these beats and the way you integrated her sounds. 'Nuff respeck fellas! Confession time: Sample C was NOT the sample I intended to upload, but a track I'd started, abandoned and forgot about last year, which I mislabelled and had uploaded by mistake. Fukin shit! Yet somehow y'all managed to do an amazing job with it nevertheless. Lesson learnt not to rush things. In case you were wondering, I was gonna upload this Anyhow tough call but I had to go with these three, with a massive honourable mention to SebP 1 Tzu Jan 2 Sol Sauvage 3 Sashimix
  2. Ay - used a bunch of sounds from sample C. Added guitar, bass, glock etc...
  3. STBB 531 Delia Derbyshire week Yo thanks so much for the likes, votes and feedback - really really appreciate it... As Delia Derbyshire would have turned 80 last week, I thought it fitting that we pay tribute to this important legend and pioneer of electronic music. I'm sure y'all know who she is, but if not check this and this RULES 1) EVERYONE MUST USE SAMPLE A BELOW. THIS IS A SERIES OF SOUNDS MADE BY DELIA AND MEMBERS OF THE BBC WORKSHOP. IT'S LONG. YOU'LL FIND SOMETHING. OPTIONAL: YOU CAN ALSO USE SAMPLE B, OR SAMPLE C, BUT NOT BOTH. SO YOUR OPTIONS ARE: A ALONE A&B A&C PLEASE INCLUDE WHAT COMBINATION OF SAMPLES YOU'VE USED IN YOUR POST 2) Outside DRUMS and INSTRUMENTS allowed 3) 3 Minute Time limit 4) ACAPELLAS not allowed, UNLESS you're doing the spitting 5) NO OUTSIDE SAMPLES 6) VOCAL ONE SHOTS - allowed THE SAMPLES SAMPLE A http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/fQexmzRZ/file.html SAMPLE B http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/BV9zBtye/file.html SAMPLE C http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/ChuDugwb/file.html T's and C's Upload your beat to Soundcloud, include "STBB 531" in the title, and POST TO THIS FORUM by Wednesday at Midnight, Pacific time. Try to leave as much feedback as you can and you will receive it back. For easy browsing's sake, you can also go to the STBB page: http://www.soundclou.../stbbcollection EVERYONE VOTES - by Friday at Midnight, Pacific time Winner: post new sample, rules, etc by Saturday at Noon, Pacific time and upload the sample here: http://www.zippyshare.c
  4. Woah thanks so much y'all - my first win!! Enjoyed messin and with those samples, glad you liked the result. Will finish breakfast and get digging... Peace
  5. yellow5ive Shout outs: Tzu Jan Soul Jutsu FatVonFree DetritusTabu3
  6. Congrats man, interesting rules (I'm a PH fan) and dope samples
  7. 1. MA Beats 2. Hb 3. Supafly Arturo
  8. Congrats on the win! Nice samples (used 1&2)
  9. 1. Joagymshoe x Soul Jutsu – so much going on in this, how the eff did you get it done so quickly 2. Lonius – best use of the piano glissandos imo. beautiful (mega close call) 3. Yellow5ive – abstract, jazzy dopeness Shout outs: Barry Studebaker (loved the pella) Cubscout records (busy bass on point) Sashimix (slap that mutha) Huxlay (vibes)
  10. Congrats on the win, and thanks for some nice rules. Yanked out my fender squire p-bass for this one
  11. Enjoyed listening to these beats as always, and really valued reading about the processes behind them FatVonFree (sick) Soul Jutsu Sam Knockz JoaGymshoe Wigmaster lonius
  12. @1stN3rd Damn, never realised Anika was on Stones Throw! Really into her stuff too. She's got a new band called Exploded View who are worth checking out https://www.sacredbonesrecords.com/collections/exploded-view
  13. gabriel garzón-montano

    He did a really great interview with Gilles Peterson on BBC 6music last weekend (sorry non-UK listeners). Looking forward to checking the album http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08gj1cc
  14. Congrats on the win, and cheerz for the samples. I took the horns from the sample track, chopped em up, added a chopped break and some drums. For the noise, I bounced down some noise filters from a few synths and layered it with some random AM tuning isht from a previously abandoned project. Sidechained it to give it some bounce. For this track I also played some organ, a bit of piano and (since I've been listening to lots of David Axelrod recently) some Carol Kaye inspired stolen bass. Sequenced etc in Ableton
  15. Heard some great beats this week - maybe I'm starting to warm to trap... Shout outs to defmute, Breakmaster cylinder, Couchlocker and all the others I liked and commented on. Really dug the chilled vibes brought by constrobuz