Tag Archives: Sampling

Putting the Passion In

I saw something very interesting on twitter, the other day.  It was a video, posted by an accomplished cello player.  It was interesting because of what it stood for. The popular “Game of Thrones” series, made by HBO, has a … Continue reading

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Why You Should Use Other People’s Samples

Sampling is controversial, even thirty years after it became commercially ubiquitous.  Some people fervently believe you should not use other people’s sounds because it is a failure of originality and some sort of theft of the other person’s great sound … Continue reading

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Better Than a Sample Library?

In the office block I work in, I noticed a flyer on the bulletin board near the coffee machine advertising a local adult rock choir.  People get together and sing gospel, soul and rock tunes.  Fantastic!  What a rush it … Continue reading

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