Ed rush optical and skratch perverts - get ill

Turntabilizm on released tunes?

  • Bring it on

    Votes: 8 57.1%
  • Nah its sounds shit

    Votes: 2 14.3%
  • Cool, but I wouldn't buy um

    Votes: 4 28.6%

  • Total voters
    14

klusta

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okay so we've had mc'in now we got some scratch buisness entering into the fundementals of tune production (Ed rush optical and skratch perverts - get ill)

when we gonna get some advanced turntabilism skillz, i.e. juggling n strobing? Not far off me thinks!

What do u think of this sort of stuff entering into tune production?

Personally I reckon its :slayer:

P.S. someone wanna post up a link to 'get ill' that matrix set has been taken down :/
 

lokki

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cant see it working all that well, if you sample a juggle or sommin and have it as a beat it may work i dont know.

tuntablism always sounds eh........NAFF on record man, its a live ting.

but im all up for expanding the creative boundaries

fuck it go on then
 

1992

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(92 @ Uni)

Unless if were talking about bringing back the piano, helum vocal, scratchadelic jams of 92 I'd say FO GE ABOU IT!:thumbsd:
 
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Yeah I'm all for turntablism being introduced to dnb, it's just another avenue to explore and another evolution of the sound imo. This track's pretty good...Scratch Perverts are ILL...but I think they need to explore the whole idea a bit more before some really heavy dnb/turntablist tracks come about. Decent idea though yeah!
 
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