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"...these pads feel real..." more
"...these pads feel real..."
Marley marl uses the E-mu SP-1200 in songs such as LL cool J's Mama said knoc... more
Marley marl uses the E-mu SP-1200 in songs such as LL cool J's Mama said knock you out and many more!
Mr. Magic uses the TR-808 in his early productions more
Mr. Magic uses the TR-808 in his early productions
“The Bridge” was originally created using the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer a... more
“The Bridge” was originally created using the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer and the Korg SDD-2000 Sampling Digital Delay. Marley Marl programmed the beat by triggering drum sounds (the kick and snare) from the TR-808 into the SDD-2000, giving the track a unique sound and feel.
the first installment of Marley Marl ‘Classic Recipes,’ he shows you how he ... more
the first installment of Marley Marl ‘Classic Recipes,’ he shows you how he produced the beat for the 1991 Grammy award-winning chart-topping single “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J. He discusses the collaboration and the production process of the track, as well as methods and tools that were used, including the Akai MPC60 and E-Mu SP-1200, the preferred sampler
In this video Marley Marl loads the samples into his new production weapons ... more
In this video Marley Marl loads the samples into his new production weapons of choice, Ableton Live and the Akai APC40, including bits of Sly And The Family Stone‘s “Trip To Your Heart” and James Brown’s “Funky Drummer“.
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