Sampling music

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  1. raverdan21

    raverdan21 Member

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    Ive recently got into producing and the style i want is liquid soul jazz dnb, Had some advice to sample old 70s tracks, Whats the best program to sample with? Adobe auditon, ...cool edit pro.. Plus i need some help with how to sample, like if i wanted a part without the drums or vocals?
     
  2. MARLZTAH

    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    any wave editor is fine, i use sound forge but any will do

    audacity is a really good free one

    you cant remove parts from the sample, you need to find clean solo bits to sample
     
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    djsupple Sublowmatic Turntablist

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    I use acid pro or cubase for sampleing, its too much hassel in logic.
     
  4. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    im also a soundforge man but ive used audacity and its great for free
    also got bout 400 old jazz albums on wax and its the way to go
    gotta be clean as stated
    marlztah is the man he knows his shit
     
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    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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  6. Zeal

    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    Sound forge is best i rekon, i use cool edit though, but thats just cos im used to it! They pretty much the same tbh