I have been producing for a year or two, and have been lurking around on GS. Most of the time I find a lot of good information and solutions to my problems by doing so, but I didn't really know how to search for the answer this time...
Here's a "vintage sounding" house track. Bambounou - Fake Jake - YouTube
(for better quality: Bambounou - Fake Jake (Original Mix) [Youngunz Ent.] :: Beatport
How do you get that noise in the background? (Although it's present throughout the track, it's probably best audible in the first 45 seconds , when there's only drums...)
I know this track got produced on Fruity Loops / Logic, so it must be some kind of plugin... (Maybe a tape saturator? I know there's a lot of topics on those, but as I'm not too familiar with them - have tested the Waves MPX though - I didn't know if that has actually something to do with it...)
All help is thoroughly appreciated, because I want to roughen up my sound in an organical kind of way...