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Messages - Ekko
And I don't know your e-mail address, you don't have a profile and I'm too lazy to search for your old one around here.
But I'll put the ftp online next morning again, I'll post the actual IP at the off topic forum again. It might be, that the server wrecks down after some hours (about four last time), I'll try to avoid that, but when he's down he's down, I'm away, so I can't access it.
If it still doesn't go off anyway, I'll of course send you the file.
And only if he just samples something without altering too much, the stuff still still differs a bit.
It's hard to say whether he samples or recreates something.
In this case I wonder a little bit if the song really contains a part where no or very less drums are played beside this sound.
If not, well, then he seemed to have recreated it (-Or he really know how to put stuff out of the way).
About the sampled sounds differing from the original source, this could happen because he uses the a newer Emu-Sampler (I think he does), which has filters that aren't closed all the time from the beginning and therefore alter the sound a bit.
Not bad of course, since the Emu-Filters are truly proved the best ones in the world.
I edited the file a little bit, reversed, small distortion and harmonizer and it comes quite close.
I think Liam used a part from the song where no drums and other stuff is lying upon it (or he's got a real good denoiser) and did about the same.
You'll find the edited file on the ftp-server in the morning.
The address of it will be displayed in the actual off-topic thread.
It really seems like that Firestarter-sample where Liam used this tape-overscrewing effect which gives this blblblblbl-like sound. This man is on a recycling trip, ha?
The other one seems to be fitting too.
My favorite part is when this kool firestarter riff comes in - gated mode efect?
Nope. Chopper. ;-)
The drumroll from Breathe was used here as well.
Then there's this typical sixteenth parts synth (pretty much like that in Firestarter), his Sp1200 Drummachine spitting out the bassdrum again, then portions of the army march-intro from the live-show that someone already mentioned in the BGAT-threads.
The Boss SE70 does some distortion again and it really might be Keith plaing the guitar, because it's a) a very easy guitar-line and b) not comparable with any other style of any dude having played on previous albums. Just a presumption though.
More echo and reverberation fx than in most Prodge-records.
The bass does that (not so cool) chemical brothers-like sixteenth part 'on the measure'-repeating (Compare music:response) and my favourite part still kicks off at 2:56, where the "rohypnol" cut's it's way through and turns itself into the right direction.
At 3:49 those very nice squeeky distorted vox are brilliant again and we get proper chord changes! At least! it seems I'm really going to like the instrumental a LOT more than the original (which I liked very much already).
Yo, Ekko I realy need to know the answer 4 some of my rescent question and it'll be very kind if you send my some of those samples (I'll send You a list).
PLease don't send per eMail, my provider now want's to have money for letting me use it and I don't have access at the moment, better send per ICQ (if you don't have, try firstname.lastname@example.org instead, thanx)
I don't think that lulu's 'shout' is source of sample 'make me wonna shout (shit:))' Slow down a bit this vocal and then U notice that this are 2 total difrent vocals... maybe it cames from some cover?
Dunno, here at Juges Sample-source-site you can read that it's Lulu's shout. It doesn't sound so, right. BUt maybe Liam edited it a little.
Rip Up The Sound System
I just wonder what is the primal source of this very common oldskool sample - short, high scream, somethin' like 'aaauuuhhh!!!' (after 'Hold on!') - Is it J.Brown's?
Yes, that's James
And very interesting is what Liam did on DCSV1. Original, in Time To Get Ill first braek after 1st stanza is taken from main riff of Barrie White's "I'm gonna..." + scratchs... Liam knew abot it very well and on DC he changed this break from 'time to get ill' (white's
I just don't get to it!
But I'm searching and packing stuff for you, so don't worry.
But for now, I'll reply to this mail.
The Jedi Knights-loop comes from their track "Air drums from outer Bongolia". The conga-loop originally comes from the track Bongolia from Michael Viners INcredible Bongo Band.
What sample in Climbatize comes from The Who? Oh, The Who are an old band from the late 60's (I guess, dunno exactly).
Led Zeppelin made three versions of Whole Lotta Love (two got published, the third one is a 'present to the fans' very rare. White Label or something.
You don't know Crispian Mills???
The singer of the greatest fake-indian band (have we that much?) Kula Shaker.
It seems that he also wrote the lyrics to Narayan, since it is exactly his area of interest / believe.
I like the vocals so much on the track. My favourite tune on the album.
My eMail-prog is betraying me from time to time.
At first it might be confusing, but you'll find your way into it and the you surely never want to change sequencer again.