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    luke, you're talking about timbre not rhythm.

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    didnt say nuffink about rhythm did i? but i understand the distinction youre making (for once)
    the 4 hero i jst like becasue of the different ways the same break of processed i guess. the permutations.

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    Jungle is the gift that keeps on giving. When the music was new I was a teenager. Now 20+ years later I listen to tracks again and still discover new nuances and ideas regarding the craft of breakbeat manipulation.

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    ach! aka lee kirk fagan is much a musical prodigy he can beatbox all the amen edits in the correct order for
    the following tunes
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    You Don't Know (remix)
    Ja Know Ya Big
    splash babylon
    piano tune


    and probaly one or two others

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    Middle passage of this fits the bill, right?


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    Droid reckoned you'd never heard Splash Babylon

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Droid reckoned you'd never heard Splash Babylon
    i dont like it. lee forced me to play it on my radio show though!

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    Funnily enough, both of the above tracks were produced using OctaMED software on an Amiga which was a scrolling 'tracker' sequencer, rather than Notator (aka Logic) or Cubase on an Atari ST. On OctaMED you'd basically be looking at pages of scrolling Hex code and note information which although initially confusing, probably lent itself more to getting deep into drum edits by its nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    i dont like it. lee forced me to play it on my radio show though!
    Sacrilege.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ach! View Post
    Amazon II - Beat Booyaa! (Remix)
    jesus christ! that's so over the top it's great!

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    Sacrilege.

    speaking of which thirdform all your picks were really great and whats more odd i didnt know hardly any of them.

    except that dillinja tune which was shit. otherwise exquisite selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    i dont like it. lee forced me to play it on my radio show though!
    Its an inviolable flaw in your persona. A rent in your firmament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    Its an inviolable flaw in your persona. A rent in your firmament.
    an endearing quirk.

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