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    Burial Album

    Amazing music imo.. if you go to this link:

    http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=2423&start=105

    Try one of the links, should get you the breezeblock session, Kode 9's mix of the forthcoming Burial album on Hyperdub..

    BIG!

    Tune 14 mins in is the one for me..
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    to think he made all that with just fuckign soundforge. HOW?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Cherry
    Every human is blessed in her or his life with one love (passion), no matter how long it may last. This Absolute love will last in one's heart and soul forever.

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    sounds fucking brilliant

    wish it was coming on vinyl, but

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    ALBUM OF THE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ALBUM OF THE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I heard some low quality mp3s on Blackdown's blog, with an interview. Sounds really, really, really good. Really good.

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    cheers for the link!

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    this is such a great album ... had it on repeat for the last 3 days!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macc
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    but seriously how?

    there's layers upon layers of stuff and it all sounds gorgeous too.... i can;t fathom the technique at all. do you do drums, atmos, tune all seperately then mix the files? in which case how do you keep the elements all in time.....

    my brain is melting.
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    Didn't you ever make tunes using Cooledit, or even way before that, Wavestudio (I think it was called)?

    There's a lot of Ctrl C Ctrl V'ing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by batfink
    Quote Originally Posted by Macc
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    but seriously how?

    there's layers upon layers of stuff and it all sounds gorgeous too.... i can;t fathom the technique at all. do you do drums, atmos, tune all seperately then mix the files? in which case how do you keep the elements all in time.....

    my brain is melting.
    Read the interview on blackdown's blog, he goes into some details. Basically he just builds up sounds and places them where he thinks they sound right... its the ultimate testament to making music the way you feel it should sound, with no regard to rule or structure.. ive got alot of time for this fella's stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macc
    didn't you ever make tunes using cooledit, or even way before that, wavestudio (i think it was called)?

    there's a lot of ctrl c ctrl v'ing!
    i bet!

    i never used cooledit/wavestudio. purely midimanz.

    i used notator on atari st from when i was about 14/15 but once i left school i couldnt afford to buy any synths/samplers/mixer etc to use it with. i've still got it lying about somewhere. then i used a shit tracker prog on my mates pc once or thrice but it was gash.
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    as regards keeping it all in time in sound forge, it's not as hard as you might think - there's a few loop tools in there, that is, things like 'double selection' and 'halve selection'. not timestretchy things, but things that in essence behave like 'rulers' to some extent

    once you know how long in time/clicks/samples/whichever units you are in equate to, say, a quarter beat for a given tune, it gets easier (provided you're alright with maths).

    i'm not saying i'd go back to this, it's not that hard but bloody time consuming. fair play to him for doing it if that's the way he wants it

    i didn't mind some of the bits i heard, i'll have to check it again. clearly needs more trumpet though
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    Quote Originally Posted by macc
    as regards keeping it all in time in sound forge, it's not as hard as you might think - there's a few loop tools in there, that is, things like 'double selection' and 'halve selection'. not timestretchy things, but things that in essence behave like 'rulers' to some extent

    once you know how long in time/clicks/samples/whichever units you are in equate to, say, a quarter beat for a given tune, it gets easier (provided you're alright with maths).

    i'm not saying i'd go back to this, it's not that hard but bloody time consuming. fair play to him for doing it if that's the way he wants it

    i didn't mind some of the bits i heard, i'll have to check it again. clearly needs more trumpet though
    i like the randomness of some of his tracks, he might play a vocal or effect on something in a particular way and thats the only time you hear that in the track, i think it makes you appreciate particular parts of songs more, if that makes sense.
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    Having only heard clips, I couldn't possibly comment.
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Cherry
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    try this:

    http://www.myspace.com/bengabeats

    zombie jig and newstepclips...imo some of the hottest step around ... you should try and check out break it by benga as well...headnod beats, the kit he uses on there is boombapness to the max!

    soz for the hijack! I like what burial is doing and that he keeps to his own ethic etc, but I still have to hear his tracks in full force so not extatic (yet)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orson
    this is such a great album ... had it on repeat for the last 3 days!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orson
    this is such a great album ... had it on repeat for the last 3 days!!
    listened to it all day long again

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    hope i finally get a mix done soon .. i will put some burial bits in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by dice
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    I am trying to donwload the whole breezeblock show in nice queality from megaupload.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glacial
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    I am trying to donwload the whole breezeblock show in nice queality from megaupload.
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