Re: [linux-audio-user] Music: Ringheims Auto - "Kanskje No"

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Date: Wed Aug 02 2006 - 03:08:55 EEST

On Wed, 02 Aug, 2006 at 01:47AM +0200, Johannes Mario Ringheim spake thus:
> wrote:
> >The bit I was thinking of was this:
> >
> >
> >Although listening again, I think it's just that the beat is timed
> >really nicely with the scratches, not actually scratched.
> Oh....They are in fact scratched. It's a "two copy routine", looping a
> part of a record live with two turntables and two copies of that record
> (Grandmaster Flash does this a lot). Mine is faked, though, since I
> didn't have two copies, so I did one take at a time with the same record.
> After that the loop is highpassed so that just the hihat remains for the
> rest of the song. This was quite tricky eq'ing to get to sound right,
> but I think it should be OK now...
> >Lovely turntabling, on the other bits, BTW. I don't have the spare
> >cash for anything non-virtual, so I feel a bit jelous of people who
> >have any physical input to things. I suppose I have my guitar, but
> >I'm a terrible guitarist... :)
> Don't know about that...but I can tell you I did quite a few takes of
> the scratches before I got them right ;)

Worth it, though. Sounds great!
Received on Wed Aug 2 04:15:03 2006

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