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 Post subject: Any place to get those famous hip hop phrases?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2008 8:03 pm 
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I know... I shold be diggin' in them crates for them.

But sometimes I'd really like to just have a lot of them and choose some to use.

like: This is gonna' be hot... and sizzlin'.


and other stuff. Is there something like that, a libary or so?


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what do you mean phrases?


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phrases you can scratch and shit if you have them on vynil.


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There's a series of break records called "Hip Hop Essentials" that probably have a lot of the phrases you're looking for on them. I think there are two or three volumes out now. There may be digital versions available as well.

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Get serato scratch and you can scratch any of your digital files nicely. Also if you have FL studio you can load a digital file into fl scratcher and get the same sort of effect.

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Go and rent Scarface :) Also older hiphop movies like Wild Style etc ("Heard it on the radio, seen it on a tv show...") And ofcoz the movie Warriors


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:55 pm 
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I just tried something, I kinda' remade the beginning of americas mostblunted by madvillain.

Tell me what you think:
http://www.zshare.net/audio/62461553b4a43e/


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 8:24 pm 
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checked the madvillan joint on youtube I liked the way that Wilson pickett sample was used. I'm not sure exactly what you did to remake it? It sounded like you added a lofi effect to it and put different voice samples in. Am i right? It was cool, the track didnt last too long though.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 8:33 pm 
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Nah man, you don't understand.

Sine I don't have anybody to rap over my instrumentals I fill 'em with vocal clips and other shit, you know... to make it interesting.

I really like how madlibs track (americas most blunted) starts, the way everything comes together and the way he used his vocal snippets and cuts and whatever.


I tried to get a similar feeling for the intro, with vocal samples I found in movies and so on.

This is just me fucking around with vocal samples and sounds, I didn't try to remake the madvillain joint (it's just a 2 bar loop anyway).

It's only about the vocal snippets/samples and sounds.


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