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  • Looking for breaks?

    any producers / beatheads looking for breaks to use should check the new version of long-running UK drummer's mag Rhythm. not always easy to find but quite often WH Smiths have copies.

    they've just started putting a tuition CD on the cover of each mag, which (unsurprisingly) includes a whole stack of very usable, completely open drums.

    the latest issue has a brilliant tuition piece on the Cobham rudiment... includes a wicked funky example for a few bars.
    Chops for show, groove for dough.

  • #2
    What, and sample off CD?!? Oh the shame of it...

    You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.


    • #3
      sampling cd is indeed gay. theres a reason people dig for breaks, newer recordings tend to have this annoying clean sound without any creamy mids at all. breaks on records recorded after around 1976 usually have this shitty sound aswell. with some exeptions of course, like some reggae studios didnt update their equipment and so on. and library records needs to be even older since they seemed to switch to the latest equipment pretty fast. just my thoughts... (as an über  nerd)