Trying to make the tramen

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But I'm having trouble finding the sources of the breaks. Does anyone know where I can find the break from a live recording of James Brown's band covering "Tighten Up" by Archie Bell & the Drells

Also is the `Pulp fiction break` that wiki mentions, actually the drums from the Alex Reece track (Pulp Fiction), or is it something different. I had trouble understanding what the wiki article was actually saying.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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i think pulp fiction is a double snare.

kick snaresnare kicksnare
rather than the usual kick snare snarekicksnare


if that makes any sense.

i will explain properly if required
 

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I'm not trying recreate the pattern, but looking for the origin of the breaks used to create the "tramen"
Thanks for the help/advice.
the chase & status tutorial video mentions the layers in the tramen break, cant think of at what point but they defo do
http://www.youtube.com
also marlztah has a thread called 'these are the breaks' maybe you'll find some more info on the tramen there
http://dnbforum.com/search.php

hope its useful mate (y)
 

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DOAs got a thread with the full lowdown on the tramen, or domen as it really should be called, ill see if i cant find it
 
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Very helpful.
I was able to get all the samples from these links.
Samurai, which seems to be the pitched down rides in the tramen, the amen of course and then the alex reece beat which is widely available also.
The samurai break is really nice and now that I've heard it I can place it in many tracks I've heard.
Respect
 

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It's not that hard to find out how a beat goes, get the sound, open a slicer channel (fruity) drag and drop. Sync it for tempo and click the individual hits. It's a great way to study breaks :D
 
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