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Quick question....classical albums for sampling?
Old 12th April 2019
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Quick question....classical albums for sampling?

Wuts good my peoples..jus asking is classical albums a buy or no go for 25-50cents an album including box sets..library's having a sale..I'm here and now dont want buyer's remorse...this is for sampling....
Old 12th April 2019
Sure, those are great librarys of sample . Always very usefull to had a touch here and there or straight do a morbid or symphonic type of boom bap beat.
If there<s kids vinyl like song for kids and stuff, those are usually filled with wicked sound.
Old 12th April 2019
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Thanks for the quick reply yea I toned it down had a bunch but said nah...but what I did get it's stupid dope
Old 12th April 2019
it always feel like coming back with treasure chest home when we go crate digging

Happy chopping !
Old 3rd May 2019
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ANY record has a potential to be a sampling goldmine at best, at worst a great challenge/exercise. Can't lose for less than a buck.
Old 7th May 2019
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I tend to avoid straight classical LPs (though you can definitely sometimes find some 'open' spots of nice strings, etc.), but old soundtracks (which are often classical, or 'mixed' w/ jazz, etc.) can be absolutely full of obscure sh!t that's never been sampled before.
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