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  • classic production

    22 28.21%
  • bangin

    41 52.56%
  • average

    11 14.10%
  • mediocre

    3 3.85%
  • weak production

    1 1.28%
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Thread: what do you think of the production on the W?

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    I can remember us on about this a few months ago Wade, and i say the same now, classic beats no doubt.

    The jump off, oh yes

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    Bangin
    I just don't like you, thats all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Young Granger View Post
    yeh but its not that good you have to put it in big bold letters

    YEAH IT IS!!!!!!!!!

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    the worst tracks are still 'good' but its not classic, just relaly good beats.

    chamber music, careful, protect ya neck, gravel pit are the best beats to me (not the best songs just best beats).

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    def bangin'
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    C L A S S I C productions..Straight fire..


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    some of yall have really low standards... Any retard on FL studio can make "Redbull"

    I voted average, leanin towards mediocre, but the few good beats save it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedlam View Post
    Any retard on FL studio can make "Redbull"
    i feel the same way. it's 4 predictable synth notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedlam View Post
    some of yall have really low standards... Any retard on FL studio can make "Redbull"

    I voted average, leanin towards mediocre, but the few good beats save it
    they could make CREAM just as easy. they both sound good. who argued that the beats were complicated anyway?
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    i don't think you can compare CREAM to rza making a synth melody in 5 minutes. they're both "simple" but CREAM was the result of rza's crate digging and flipping an incredible sample that no one before had fucked with. if CREAM had sampled the same James Brown joint that 100 producers used before him, that would be more comparable to Red Bull, in its being dull and unoriginal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crass View Post
    i don't think you can compare CREAM to rza making a synth melody in 5 minutes. they're both "simple" but CREAM was the result of rza's crate digging and flipping an incredible sample that no one before had fucked with. if CREAM had sampled the same James Brown joint that 100 producers used before him, that would be more comparable to Red Bull, in its being dull and unoriginal.
    looping a 5 second break verses making a synth melody in 5 minutes(that i guess you dont like). taking someone elses work and looping it verses composing your own music and adding it to a chopped sample.

    i fail to see how the former is so much more impressive then the latter.

    going through soul music albums to find a break to loop is tedious but its far being difficult for anyone with basic beatmaking skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Technician View Post
    C L A S S I C productions..Straight fire..
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    average, Rza-by-the numbers
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    I voted bangin, could be a classic production, if (the tracks)Yall been warned or Iron flag was on there i would vote it classic. Or at least a song with the aforementioned tracks same energy.

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    wasnt really feelin alot of tracks its average to mediocre. I dunno why i wasnt feelin it it seemed like some tracks were just not finished sort of rushed i guess. I was feelin "Red Bull", "Careful"(best track IMO), "One Blood Under W", "Gravel Pit", and "Do U Really" . "LEt my Niggas Live" was ok but missin something same with The Monument. The rest i really didnt like. Jump Off was a lil above average tho.

    Def a step down from forever to me i liked Iron Flag better
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