Thanks to DJ Joey Joe I was alerted to this post by Kno of the legendary indie hip hop group CunninLynguists. Basically kno is letting it be known that if anymore legal action is taken against him for the obscure samples he uses to create his music that he’s going to retire from hip hop music.
These problems are brought on by sample snitches, the lowest form of sample hunter. The reason I frown upon these so called crate diggers is because they
Based out of Seattle, WA, Sleep Steady is comprised of emcee “Perry Porter” (Everett, WA), emcee/producer CARLisDEAD (Fairfield, CA), and guitarist Zach Mattes (Graham, WA). I got their new video in my inbox and was blown away! Check them out on their Tumbler and be sure to stop by and check out the rest of their music!
The bug fix releases are available for:
- BootEQ mkII 2.1.1
- Density mkII 2.0.3
- FerricTDS 1.5.1
- NastyVCS 1.0.1
This are Win32 releases only (SSE2 or higher) and are bug fix releases which addresses the following issues:
- Fix: crashing and hanging when opening multiple instances of the same plugin in Cubase and some other hosts
- Fix: problem with plugin GUI not initializing correctly in Samplitude and some other hosts
- Minor fix: consistent VST vendor name tag and releaseTo see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
Piracy? What piracy? In 2010 more music was sold than ever before-DESPITE PIRACY!
In 2010 the BPI reports that there were 281.7 million units sold, which is an all-time record. Never in the history of recorded music have so many pieces of music been sold, but you wont hear the music industry shouting about that. In fact, the music industry is selling more music year after year and today’s figure is up 27% compared to the 221.6 millionTo see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
You know I was just thinking about a radio interview I did with a radio station yesterday promoting my new single “The Champ is Here” featuring Worst Case Scenario and Stop The Gimmicks and one of the questions that stuck with me was about my views on hip hop culture of yesteryear vs hip hop culture of now. Here’s my brief summery;
Human Interaction: Back in the days in NYC, the iron horse (subway for you laymen) was an integral part of
This is a nice acoustic kit made by Noble over at Illproducer.com.
“Aight, this was originally a kit I made for myself, its samples that I got my hands on recorded from a Ludwig kit, they were clean when I got them so I added a little dirt to them, some lite saturation and tube warmth, I haven’t compressed them or done much EQ so you can still mould them, its perfect if you want a gritty sound. Its