|08-26-2013, 10:42 AM||#1|
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Re-Creating The Drums Of J Dilla & Kev Brown: Alkota Interviews Greg Savage (FreePDF)
Producers enjoy an exclusive interview with Greg Savage, a sound designer who shares his skills and experience in his approach toward re-creating the drum sounds of J Dilla and Kev Brown. A breakdown of the techniques which he used is featured in the article, including gear and signal chain specifics. This interview is courtesy of Alkota Beats.
If your interested in the art of designing drums for Hip Hop, this is an insightful article.
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|08-26-2013, 11:05 AM||#2|
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We do it for the people.
From donated clothes, to caps and gowns
It's a little shout to my black and brown
Folks that know the game, not in class to clown
Had the funny accent, look who's laughing now
See Samir came here to grind, and he slaved at
Every minimum wage job, but he saved that
Brought his sis here on scholarship to make stacks
Working as a surgeon she bought a whip, and payed cash
No time to whine, we just face facts
Lets fit 6 in the back and lets take that
To the best restaurants, make reservations
Since we out here, since they made reservations
For first Nations and they never made reparations
The Natives probably relate more to immigration
So this for y'all too, and I can't forget the Haitians
Here for an education. Its a celebration.