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condra
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Post by condra » Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:54 pm

Wow!

And I thought everyone here was into techno.

I used to do a lot of house and electro, but lately Im going more towards hip-hop and junk-funk, aswell as some dubby (yet sample orientated) stuff. I'm getting into a really British kinda vibe lately. I LOVE Operator for quick and dirty dub bass, or trippy modular style effects.

This reptitive little track is kinda laced with Marmite and marijuana..
Think Mr Scruff meets Lee Perry.
http://www.condraonline.com/files/condraburnin.mp3

http://www.myspace/com/condrasongs

eggnchips
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Post by eggnchips » Fri Apr 25, 2008 10:58 am

morerecords wrote:This is my contribution, I had a chance to play with a melodica last week...

New day:
http://download.yousendit.com/C47E2E2D503F40E3
Excellent mate.
I almost fell asleep listening to this on my headphones.
I like your use of the stereo field and your kick drum sounded nice too.
What sample did you use for the kick?
Casio keyboard with 48k ZX Spectrum, a couple of tambourines and a triangle.
MUHK RECORDS

condra
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Post by condra » Fri Apr 25, 2008 11:43 am

morerecords wrote:This is my contribution, I had a chance to play with a melodica last week...

New day:
http://download.yousendit.com/C47E2E2D503F40E3

Nice job. Real Mad Professor vibe.

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Post by kramer » Fri Apr 25, 2008 3:45 pm


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Post by john gordon » Fri Apr 25, 2008 6:05 pm

nice tunes guys.good to see dub is alive still.

morerecords
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Post by morerecords » Sat Apr 26, 2008 3:46 am

Thanks for the kind words, gentlemen

: )

KRamer, I liked the 'authentc' the best

condra, I checked your out, defintiely had me smilin' nice vib.

For the kick drum: A year a go I put the mic on the floor and stamped my foot 15-20 times, then I cut em up, put the folder in my sample library, and I have used them ever since...if you want the kick I can upload it for you

Meef Chaloin
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Post by Meef Chaloin » Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:36 am

morerecords wrote:Thanks for the kind words, gentlemen

: )

KRamer, I liked the 'authentc' the best

condra, I checked your out, defintiely had me smilin' nice vib.

For the kick drum: A year a go I put the mic on the floor and stamped my foot 15-20 times, then I cut em up, put the folder in my sample library, and I have used them ever since...if you want the kick I can upload it for you
id like a decent kick, always have trouble finding the right one

FORMAT
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Post by FORMAT » Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:48 am

kramer wrote:authentic dub:
http://dub.podomatic.com
Great mixes on here! Thanks!

BTW. One dub tune on my Space as well - Tief Dap. Released in 2007 on Mutan.

morerecords
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Post by morerecords » Sat Apr 26, 2008 1:54 pm

I should have just uploaded that kick fro you last night!! I am on a plane, I won't be back to the studio until June 1... I won't forget though.
Best,
-MR

overdub
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Props to the dubs

Post by overdub » Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:05 pm

I'm all dub :D

Working on new material.... just a couple of "oldies" from last year on my myspace

All you need is dub.... dub du du du dub
Gearslut :o)

More bass in the hi-hat

www.daffydub.com
www.myspace.com/daffyscrib

99reese
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Post by 99reese » Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:40 pm

I was really into dub at one point - some king tubby, but mostly that good vintage lee scratch perry. have moved from that to more electronic stuff like bluetech, which is very slickly produced, but can't help getting back to the scratchy perry stuff!!!

do yourself a favor and pick up the Apeology by Perry released last year! :wink:

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Post by forge » Sat Apr 26, 2008 3:36 pm

WebSite! wrote:oh, oh... me! me!
someone would call it dubstep, but i don't consider my music that way. ;)
rub-a-dub bass music!

check it.

thanks!
w :!:
some nice stuff their dude!

pabloaugustus
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new site

Post by pabloaugustus » Sat Apr 26, 2008 6:44 pm

Check out this new website for artists to share music....

http://reggaedubwise.com

my page on that site:
http://reggaedubwise.com/members/279/

There are a lot of great dub trax up here and dub artists you could link up with and share info.
Thinkpad 2.0GHz, 2GigsRam, MOTU Traveler, Live 6.05, BFD, Triton Extreme w/Moss, PC2R, K2000

Goran@Irrupt
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Post by Goran@Irrupt » Sat Apr 26, 2008 7:35 pm

forge wrote:
WebSite! wrote:oh, oh... me! me!
someone would call it dubstep, but i don't consider my music that way. ;)
rub-a-dub bass music!

check it.

thanks!
w :!:
some nice stuff their dude!
thanks forge!
i'm happy to announce that i just got signed to 2ND Drop label. i sent them my stuff and they liked it. i really thought things don't work this way. ;)
piece.
w :!:
http://www.irrupt.com ? Irrupt Studios / A&R

b0unce
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Post by b0unce » Sat Apr 26, 2008 7:46 pm

cool tunes Website 8)
just listening to 'much love' now and the bass is crackin
spreader of butter

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