What's this sample?

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  1. dnbkid

    dnbkid New Member

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  2. flobbydobby

    flobbydobby bangin garden of dobbylon

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    the break at 2:04

    obviously at dnb speed it's a lot faster hence the voice sounding a higher
     
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  3. TheNitwits

    TheNitwits Well-Known Member

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    one of the most sampled breaks in dnb :)
     
  4. Salvus

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    Tbh I think this break is overused. I dont know what the fascination with it is.
     
  5. evermind

    evermind Broken Symmetry

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    ^ instant ban? :p
     
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  6. d-low

    d-low I know you got soul

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    THINK ABOUUT IT
     
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    tv_g Active Member

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    agreed. :teeth:

    those kicks always react so well and the tambourine just falls apart beautifully to distortion :love:
     
  8. Salvus

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    Haha sorry chaps. I had to listen to some fella on the train tell me how fantastic hospital records was yesterday. Not that I hate hospital or that break. But ya get me. I told this fella to listen to oblique as that was too a fantastically beautiful production. He had none of it. A few tins later and a thread bout that break and oh my.
    But admittedly the break works well.

    Edit. I am aware that this is not just a hospital thing. Unfortunately sheffields d&b scene doesn't get much of a break from hospitality nights. Last event friction played and someone drunk uni fag looked at my tshirt and asked me what shogun audio meant. Rant.com
     
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  9. Thin and crispy

    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    < From doncaster stopped going to sheff rly - always gone nottingham and sheff when its on but now still notts > sheff even if it costs that little bit more detonate at stealth is a better night
     
  10. underspawn

    underspawn Headz Roll

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    Yeah, it's pretty overused, but thats kinda normal since it works and sounds awesome with all kinds of drum patterns and it has lots of variations.
     
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    DeeGun Church of Krust

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    Teens and Twens saying the think has been overused..a cold shiver runs down my spine:D
     
  12. flobbydobby

    flobbydobby bangin garden of dobbylon

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    like every break, it has been used to varying degrees of effectiveness. a good producer will be able to manipulate it in a good way and vice versa
     
  13. spitnuk

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    I love the drums but I can't stand the little vocal bit. Annoys the heck out of me now. :/
     
  14. Salvus

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    This is so true mate. Its a shame the detonate fellas don't make one of the plug lineups to the standard of their weekly event at stealth.
    Valve soundsystem lineup for march looks a bit weak too! Considered going fabric for critical.

    @ spitnuk - aye, its not really the drums that do it, its the pitched vocal.