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New user: Hello + Need help identifying a drum break
Old 1st September 2011
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New user: Hello + Need help identifying a drum break

Hello, new user here, apologies if this is going to look like a typical 'new user who posts once, then does one' type posting!

I need help identifying the following drum break. Used on a few old school hardcore records in the 90's, very popular also with the whole Bloody Fist / Nasenbluten crew.

http://rolf.yuss.org/~pinball/breakbeat.mp3 - is the location of the sample, taken from a Syndicate mix live, so sorry about the rough quality.

Many thanks.
Old 1st September 2011
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This sounds like a cut-up and distorted Amen break. Snip out the snare drums and the kick, turn the pitch down, turn the gain up, and that should be it, unless I'm missing something.
Old 1st September 2011
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7 times out of 10 its the amen break. Most sampled 6 seconds ever. I think it is the amen break but i am not 100% sure.
Old 1st September 2011
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+1 yep, that's got the unmistakeable amen snare... chopped and re-sequenced and distorted...
Old 4th September 2011
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Interesting! Cheers for the replies!
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