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    Quote Originally Posted by Ach! View Post
    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.
    The Octomed video of Booyah mysteriously disappeared a few years back - did you get to see it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ach! View Post
    Amazon II - Beat Booyaa! (Remix)
    Any excuse to post this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    luke, you're talking about timbre not rhythm.
    dont undermine my authority please

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    The Octomed video of Booyah mysteriously disappeared a few years back - did you get to see it?
    I think I might have done, I know there was someone who had the original disks for Some Justice too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    another 95 exception.
    One of my favourite 95 tunes and one of only a handful of jungle tunes to properly dub out.

    Also, amazing sample usage.


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    this is my own personal opinion


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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Middle passage of this fits the bill, right?

    wtf this sounded amazing just now. i thought i hated this album (i own it on cd). must give it another go.

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    hmmm no i just started listening to it again and puked in my mouth.
    what a terrible way to start an album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    hmmm no i just started listening to it again and puked in my mouth.
    what a terrible way to start an album.
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093075/reviews
    this sounds like it would be worth a watch though.

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    This has aged much better than it had any right to.



    6am vibes. Pallid blue light filtering into a filthy basement. Sirens from the road outside mingling happily.

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    And the original! It was the thin end of the talkin' loud wedge for the lads, but that combo of soft (yet odd) chords and deft break collages running off on their own little tangents... Ill allow the vocal.


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    Dego came over here in early 97 and pissed everyone off by playing techno for the first half of his set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    hmmm no i just started listening to it again and puked in my mouth.
    what a terrible way to start an album.
    l double and metalheads remixes tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    And the original! It was the thin end of the talkin' loud wedge for the lads, but that combo of soft (yet odd) chords and deft break collages running off on their own little tangents... Ill allow the vocal.

    ive never really understood what a chord is, but im pretty sure i hate them. i reckon there's some d'cruze that fits in this thread... i might be thinking of someone else though.

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