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[Video] Bangladesh Making "6 Foot 7 Foot" Studio Headphones
Old 4th January 2011
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Cool vid, thanks.

simplicity or minimalism is very creative, using a limited amount of elements and turning it into something is not always easy and in fact, would choke some people.


Amdeus, the tuning is done on the mpc on the fly.

EDIT and an app called Drumatic can get you a 'synthy' 808 sound.. very tweakable.
Old 4th January 2011
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Driving your inputs or applying distortion should be enough to get that 'synthy' sound.
Old 5th January 2011
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The fee it takes to clear the sample comes from the producer's cut.
Why is this? I don't think that makes much sense. The artist is the one who wants to publish the track ergo they pay the fee's that come with publishing a song that uses a sample.
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Why is this? I don't think that makes much sense. The artist is the one who wants to publish the track ergo they pay the fee's that come with publishing a song that uses a sample.
the producer is the one who wants to get paid from selling someone else's work (a sample) as their own. don't use samples if you don't want to pay for them.
Old 5th January 2011
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the producer is the one who wants to get paid from selling someone else's work (a sample) as their own. don't use samples if you don't want to pay for them.
That may be the case but it's the artist who benefits from the song so they should split it.
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That may be the case but it's the artist who benefits from the song so they should split it.
both parties benefit, the producers work is done when the beat is done and the artist has the responsibility to perform, promote and make the beat into a sound investment
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That may be the case but it's the artist who benefits from the song so they should split it.
The producer doesn't benefit from the song? The artist fronts the entire clearance fee out of their budget and has their publishing dug into deep because of the sample. He is spending the same money to buy the track from the producer but making less and shelling out more money than he would if the producer didn't use a sample. He is deeper in the red with his label.

It won't come out of your 1st or 2nd half payment.
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