THE NEW BREAKS X-CHANGE THREAD

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Re: THE NEW BREAKS X-CHANGE THREAD
We have remastered 97 oldskool jungle loops for free download. You can download from our SAMPLE SHOP. These samples are being used in a lot of the new future jungle released into the dnb charts. The download went quite viral and had a few thousand downloads in the first week. Below is the classic amen brothers amen break re-mastered.

The Amen Break Remastered 97 Drum Loops

The Classic Amen Break Re-Mastered at the Audio Animals Studios, London. All samples are in 44,100 24bit wav format.
This Sample Pack Contains:

97 Amen Break Loops
11 Individual Drum Hit Samples

Amen Break Re-Mastered Demo

FREE DOWNLOAD HERE
do you have the original unedited amen break in there? and if so did you sampled it yourself from vinyl, in wich condition?
 

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Does anyone have some processed "Sport" breaks? I have the original, but I'm wondering if there's some cool versions flouting around that some DnB producers have smacked their "stamp on".

I believe the sport break is what noisia used on their block part tune.

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Does anyone have some processed "Sport" breaks? I have the original, but I'm wondering if there's some cool versions flouting around that some DnB producers have smacked their "stamp on".

I believe the sport break is what noisia used on their block part tune.

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Here's a Sport. http://ge.tt/8Cn2nc12/v/0

Here's my Sport with the bass guitar mostly removed by automating a low-shelf EQ. http://ge.tt/2xljrc12/v/0
 
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Does anyone have some processed "Sport" breaks? I have the original, but I'm wondering if there's some cool versions flouting around that some DnB producers have smacked their "stamp on".

I believe the sport break is what noisia used on their block part tune.

:: sent from android with tapatalk ::
Here's another Sport break.

With this one I stumbled upon an interesting tone-shaping technique--EQing a short room reverb. I managed to get a nice rolling bass out of some very short kicks. The hihats at the end were convolved with a hihat not from the break to make it sound less like sped up and compressed reverb noise.

https://www.sendspace.com/file/joqi21
 
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Here's a Sport. http://ge.tt/8Cn2nc12/v/0

Here's my Sport with the bass guitar mostly removed by automating a low-shelf EQ. http://ge.tt/2xljrc12/v/0
Here's another Sport break.

With this one I stumbled upon an interesting tone-shaping technique--EQing a short room reverb. I managed to get a nice rolling bass out of some very short kicks. The hihats at the end were convolved with a hihat not from the break to make it sound less like sped up and compressed reverb noise.

https://www.sendspace.com/file/joqi21
Hell yea!! Thanks man. I totally forgot it posted that request in here until now.

You da man!
 
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I noticed the links in the other thread are dead, so why not kick start a new X-Change thread!?

I found THESE. 200 rar'd up **ESSENTIAL breaks that I have been sharing with a few friends on MF.
Can't remember where they are from, plus they are missing a few key breaks that I do have, but can't find/upload just yet...
So enjoy these for now and get to sharing!! :2thumbs:
Hello everyone, first post here.
Can somebody help me with these breaks here. Usually when i want to use breaks in .wav format i just right click on them in FL Studio and select " Open in new Fruity Slicer Channel " and it slices them into the piano roll in small parts and they can easily be worked with and rearranged.

But with the 200 breaks in this post which are also in .wav format when i do the same with the Fruity Slicer they become just one single note in the piano roll and I cannot work with them.

Does anyone know a solution to this problem, these breaks are too good to not use :)
 
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