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  1. Hi, here´s a mix I made in 2010 with all kinds of stuff in it. Have fun
  2. Sixfingerz

    STBB #571

    STBB 5 7 1 : K i d n a p p e d s a m p l e s w e e k (you better call the cops) samplepack 1 & 2 : https://wsi.li/VlayXzjpYzkL Rules Samplepack 1 contains 4 (played 4 instrument )samples. Samplepack 2 contains 3 samples (record based) . Base your beat around one sample, and embellish with a secondary sample. You can use a primary sample from pack one and a secondary from pack one or two doesn't matter. You can add bass , drum+, an additional instrument+ vocal+ percs. Notes samplepack 1: 1.Hulusi, 2.Overtone Flute,3. Xapphoon,4. Hang Drum (tongue drum), 5.Hang drum low (release), samplepack 2: 1.Mort Garson-electronic hair pieces, 2.Walter Wanderley-rainforest, 3.Casiopea - Mint Jams I had a rough night, had to rush my cat to the hospital late in the night, so so sorry im some instruments sound a bit off, All is fine now btw. Let me know if you got questions ! Happy Beatmaking! The Fine Print: Upload your beat to Soundcloud, include "STBB 571“ 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: https://soundcloud.com/stbbcollection Label entries that are posted after the deadline as 'late entry' and entries that don't comply with the rules as: 'non-entry' in your track title. 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: https://wetransfer.com/
  3. Mashio thompson

    Beats for the soul

    https://soundcloud.com/mashiot1/sivinlingle-mp3 New here let me know what yall think!
  4. NugLife Productions

    NugLife Productions (Demo)

    Starting to the get the ball rolling for summer 2017...... Let me know how I can improve in any way
  5. Unseen Era

    Madlib Medicine Show

    Hello everyone, I'm uncertain if there is already a post discussing the Madlib Medicine Show series, but if not, here's one. Madlib is my all-time favorite music producer, and the reasoning behind it is because he is diverse in his production which is perfectly showcased in the Medicine Shows. He can produce amazing tracks ranging from reggae to jazz to hip-hop all the while making it his own. What genre hasn't Madlib been able to sample?! I own the complete Madlib Medicine Show on vinyl and CD; I own a lot of Maldib's work, but this thread will concentrate on the Madlib Medicine Show. I'm really interested in seeing what others thoughts on the series are, so for those who wish to partake in the thread, I propose these questions: 1: What's your favorite album from the series and favorite track from the album? Why? 2: What's your least favorite album from the series and least favorite track from the album? Why? 3: What's your favorite and least favorite track from the whole series? Why? 4: Which is the first album from the series you purchased? 5: Which album would you recommend to a friend to get them to listen to the series? 6: Which album would you not recommend to a friend? 7: What are your final thoughts on the series? These are my answers to the questions: 1: My favorite album is Madlib Medicine Show, No. 10: Black Soul, and my favorite track is "The Induction of Hypnosis". I love R&B, Soul, and Funk, and this album combines them all together amazingly. 2: My least favorite is Madlib Medicine Show, No. 1: Before the Verdict, and my least favorite track is "My Moment (Alt. Version)". The intro for each of the tracks prolong making it a pain to wait for the core track to begin. 3:My favorite track from the whole series is "Ma Dukes" from Madlib Medicine Show, No. 12: Raw Medicine because it is heartfelt and the beat is soothing (makes me appreciate my mother and grandmother). My least favorite track is "The Sun God" from Madlib Medicine Show, No. 13: Black Tape because I find the track lackluster. 4: The first album I purchased from the series was Madlib Medicine Show, No. 12 & 13: Filthy Ass Remixes. I honestly thought it came with both full albums, but I was wrong:though, it picked out the best tracks from each and compiled them together. 5: I'd recommend Madlib Medicine Show, No. 2: Flight to Brazil to a friend as it's soothing, yet showcases Madlib's skills. 6: I wouldn't recommend Madlib Medicine Show, No. 6: The Brain Wreak Show due in part of how abstract it sounds. I personally love the album because of how creatively abstract it is. It's not safe for work that's for sure, I recall playing the album at work and my manager was concerned for me asking if I was alright in the head, haha. He wasn't too keen on the babies crying, women screaming, and cartoon vocals. I never played the album at work since then, but I'll play it before I go to bed. 7: Overall, I love the series. There is something unique about each album that makes them their own, and there are an assortment of tracks from each album I constantly play on repeat. The Madlib Medicine Show is a must listen to anyone who considers themselves a Madlib fan. Is there anything else y'all want to discuss? Top 10's, stories, complaints, searching for samples used, etc. Please, do feel free to write your thoughts down on this thread concerning anything about the Madlib Medicine Show. Also, does anyone own any of the special triple vinyl sets? If any of you do, could you please upload a photo of them: I'd love to see them!
  6. moebius

    Hip-hop mix for children

    I'm putting together a mix of fresh beats for young kids. Besides for some De La Soul classics I wanna center it around tunes more than actual lyrics; rich, flavorful, weird-fun sample-based tunes or skits that can speak to kids less than 6 yrs old. So far I came up with some of Doom's Special Herbs, a few Madlib tunes, some Beatnuts, Prince Paul's The Dino-5, some Edan, a bit of Flying Lotus, Biz Mark, some Run DMC, Quelle Chris, Denmark Vessey, J-Zone, Lord Tariq's Deja Vu... I know I'm forgetting a lot - any suggestions? Thanks!
  7. XavierYnoa

    New Instrumental Album

    https://theeninethree.bandcamp.com/releases 12 Instrumentals that will control your head bop @RoperWilliams
  8. SuperDarket

    Using too many CAPS in a title

    IS THERE A SUCH THING AS USING TO MANY SAMPLES IN ONE TRACK?
  9. Just curious on where everyone goes to download sound kits and libraries? Or any advice in general on what plug ins yall like to use I am still new to beatmaking trying to search for those sounds (Im using Ableton)
  10. (Jamie) Hall

    Unlikely samples

    So...uh Beats that always sample the same kinds of songs kinda take the fun out of making a beat IMO (this goes for overplayed soul songs, overplayed jazz and just overplayed everything) Wanted to start this thread to get some originality going for producers who feel like they're sampling the same stuff (I sometimes feel that way, trust) That's why I like to mess around with whatever sample seems to satisfy my ear It makes for an original and cool beat http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfUYuIVbFg0