Learning how to Chop Samples with Propellerhead ReCycle and Make Beats Using PropellerheadReason can be difficult if you are just starting out as a music producer. Beginners often find that learning how to chop and flip samples to be overwhelming because there is no single, right way to do it. For example, Hip-Hop music producers and beat makers have many different ways of chopping samples and manipulating sample slices in order to get the right fit and feel for the music style they want to create when they make beats. Determining what to use to chop samples, HOW to chop samples, and WHAT software or hardware to use to flip samplesm all depends on the music producer.
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I have created several EXCLUSIVE, Walk-through, Beatmaking Tutorial video series that show how I take samples from existing music and then "flip" (rearrange) the samples into different patterns before "wrapping" the sample flip patterns with various instrumentation I perform. These Videos filled with HIGHLY-VALUABLE TIPS, TECHNIQUES and INFORMATION that will move you along FARTHER and FASTER in your journey as a music producer
Below, are just two of my EXCLUSIVE Videos, in which I walk through and explain in detail my way of chopping samples, my music production workflow, and my sample-flipping process.
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Chris Stewart - USA
I'm a upcoming rapper from fayetteville and I would like to work with you.
Eddie Konczal - na
Beautiful version of "Mary Did You Know" - great job!
Uprightvideo - na
I sent you a message a while back but never got a response. You are probably the main reason I gave up my Mpc 2500 and went with Reason and the Mpd 32....I'm still making music with the combo....thanksï»¿ Taurus. :-)
Dj Sergio - Poland
Oh men!! Your Exodus is a really good track!! great beat.......piano.... fantastic.......tell me where you will be have more tracks on your site...
Andy D - UK
Taurus - ur stuff is the *ting* man i'm tellin ya.
I also learned that your a drummer - me to!
When I was a kid I used to play around with the piano/keyboard in the 80's/90's (26yr old now). But I can't read music - I play by ear, just like you. You hit the pads & keys, (i gotta mpd32 to!;) in the same manner as me - it flows.
I reckon we can play steel drums - even tho we never have! or maybe you have - i don't know!
I'm luvin your youtube flix - keep em comin dood.
Andy D, birmingham UK.