Great vids but they are kind of older than jesus. I think they were first posted on here 3 years ago (which on teh intenetz is older than jesus).
The only thing I don't think he nailed was that acid basslines - they just don't quite cut it, but he's a ninja none the less.
And to think - Howlett made that album on 90% Behringer gear
Registered: Aug 2009
Location: Atlanta, USA
cool video.. I appreciated the insight on some additional Ableton techniques.. Especially all the time stretching and the picking out of parts from other tracks and how easy it looked.. Still a great track imo.. nice find!!
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Registered: Feb 2011
Location: Florida, USA
Cool video thanks for posting.
I tried reading up on the legality of sampling but couldn't really find a clear cut answer. Did The Prodigy pay these artist to use their samples? Is it safe to sample basically whatever you want as long as you mangle it up enough that you cant tell where the source is from?
Registered: May 2010
Originally posted by Zlaught
Is it safe to sample basically whatever you want as long as you mangle it up enough that you cant tell where the source is from?
You must have a clearance. If you put makeup on it and don't get caught - ok, but if you do, and the original artist gives a shit, you're fucked.
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Originally posted by stealthman
Vernon Wanderer will rediscover his roots back unto wandering vast endless plains miserably....