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  • Bob James On People Sampling His Music + 9th Wonder Interview

    A lot of hiphop classics wouldn't exist without ol Bob. He's pretty cool about it and glad he got some money (though probably not nearly enough) and recognition from a new generation. This whole Tracklib thing seems pretty interesting and progressive for sampling and copyright issues.

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    Last edited by YoungManRumble; 02-03-2021, 06:38 PM.

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    Man, dude is an og. Not even bitter about anything. Im glad he got remunerated for the Warren g song regulate. Isn't 9th Wonder murs' producer?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mike_b View Post
      Man, dude is an og. Not even bitter about anything. Im glad he got remunerated for the Warren g song regulate. Isn't 9th Wonder murs' producer?
      Yeah I think he did the production work on most of Murs' later albums after he had moved on from the Living Legends stuff and was getting bigger.

      My favorite 9th beat prolly Honey by Erykah Badu

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        Dang, That part where the snare clapped 3 times! I know a thing or two about snares, matter of fact I have an extra "wooden" one to help me keep time when I'm playing my breakbeats by Questlove!
        https://photos.app.goo.gl/LTQ59DGiM9bWZVDQ9
        Last edited by Mike_b; 02-04-2021, 01:20 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mike_b View Post
          Dang, That part where the snare clapped 3 times! I know a thing or two about snares, matter of fact I have an extra "wooden" one to help me keep time when I'm playing my breakbeats by Questlove!
          https://photos.app.goo.gl/LTQ59DGiM9bWZVDQ9
          Nice drum kit. You know Bernard Purdie? Or Steve Jordan? I was watching videos of theirs the other day and I don't even play drums haha. Just trying to get some of that feel.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by YoungManRumble View Post
            Nice drum kit. You know Bernard Purdie? Or Steve Jordan? I was watching videos of theirs the other day and I don't even play drums haha. Just trying to get some of that feel.
            Drummers are just like producers, drum beats in common. One of the funnest thing on drums is to copy a hip hop Beat. I could listen to RZA all day. His unique style of production. Another one that gets my head turning is classified from East coast.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mike_b View Post
              Drummers are just like producers, drum beats in common. One of the funnest thing on drums is to copy a hip hop Beat. I could listen to RZA all day. His unique style of production. Another one that gets my head turning is classified from East coast.
              So you don't know the Purdie Shuffle?

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              • #8
                Man this guy is hiphop! Prince on the skins of his drums! I like the sound coming from his rack toms... Maybe my instructor can duplicate this and help me learn it in lessons. The Purdy shuffle eh? Good find! Amazing...

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