Did something to the girls of Destiny's Child

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l-rs
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Did something to the girls of Destiny's Child

Post by l-rs » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:51 pm

I came across the a capella and made an acid remix of one of their hits. So, they only provided the voices. Kinda melancholic, strangely enough.

http://soundcloud.com/zuur/say-my-name-2010-edit

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Re: Did something to the girls of Destiny's Child

Post by digitallush » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:37 pm

Waiting for a hit at 47 seconds (roughly)... I like what you give me around 1;18, but maybe change up that beat at 47... starts to get pretty repetitive. Have you tried dancing to this by yourself? Some of the kicks don't come in when expected (at least for the dance floor) - if that's what you want that's cool, but if you're producing a dance track (at least in my mind) it makes more sense to give the crowd what she wants.

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Re: Did something to the girls of Destiny's Child

Post by wstudio » Wed Oct 20, 2010 6:19 am

nice work ! surprisingly acid and beyoncé works well together ;)

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Re: Did something to the girls of Destiny's Child

Post by l-rs » Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:02 am

@ digitallush

An intro of over a minute with no drums is hardly dancefloor oriented, I agree. Not that one couldn't use the drums from a track preceding it in a set, of course.

I made it more for the amusement of myself and anyone who happens to listen in, than for anything else. Wasn't really planning to actually play this anywhere. Just came across the vocals and dressed it up from there.
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