A CD like this has so much potential we decided we had to do this to protect the singers featured and singers in general but made sure we gave purchasers a really high quality, huge resource that more than compensates for this. Non-commercial use is no problem. All licencing will be carried out by AMG - we can make preset terms for users who need instant approval like jingle producers too. This fact is clearly stated on the reverse of the CD to avoid any confusion. Review Highlights "The vocalists have great tone, and they sound like they mean it The phrases were recorded dry, so you can add your own thing to the mix - an indication that the package is for serious producers This wonderful material isn't just for hip-hop; it could be a secret weapon in almost any dance or ambient mix Overall, Killer Vocals is serious stuff.
You want it? Grab it. The Cool Notes achieved chart successes during the eighties. They signed for PWL but the plan to 'sell soul back to the Americans' never came to fruition. They have however taken time out to produce and remix for the new breed of UK dance acts and are in the process of relaunching their careers again as The Cool Notes. Please note the extra Killer Vocals licence! This CD follows a similar format, but concentrates on the split loops and adds a large selection of individual sounds on top of these.
Each loop features four alternate versions, a standard drum loop, one with bass, another with vocal fx, and lastly with everything together. BLACKBEAT decided to produce sample CDs after being disappointed by the quality of several products that he heard and by the lame sameness of many loops used by prooducers, remixers, jingle programmers, etc. Finally, the samples full mixes to solo instrument tracks represent a more or less ho-hum selection from the vaults.
He found it in spades with the music of Kraftwerk. The sample was simple, but the message was forever. His masterful command of not just sampling, but his deep knowledge and passion of the music continues to touch all of us even several years after his death. Direct inspiration: Uhh, yeah. From Kanye West to The Orb.
Shirking the more in-your-face-ness of hip hop at the time, it embraces jazz and lounge styles from years before, and finds an irresistible balance with modern beats. It has directly influenced the moods and nuances of too many genres to mention, and was created solely upon samples. Josh Davis, like J Dilla, proved that you first must be a student of music before engaging in the art of sampling. They knew that — even they were tired of their image. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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