Production tip: check out this Lee Perry production
Several days ago someone spoke of the importance of listening to other's production for production tips/ideas/insight. Here is a stream of a mid-70's Lee Perry production. Check out how he has that flute thing going on in the background the whole time.
Roland z, I'm glad you picked up on that tip I gave. Unfortunately, I'm unable to listen to it at this time, but I will dig in some of the local record spots in the city and pick him up.
Yeah man, I don't have audio on here so I can't hear it, but I love that dub shit ! I've just started to get into it and I'm going through a serious dub phase. The Lee Perry is dope. I really like this King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown. It has Augustus Pablo playing on it, he is nice. And I also picked up Big Youth "Natty Cultural Dread". I think I prefer the instrumental dub shit to the deejay shit (I guess that's cause I'm a jazz head), but both are sick, the seventies sound of Jamaican music is the shit, I'm not really feeling dancehall much, it's kinda cheesy. Are there any records you recommend from 70's dub/deejay music ?
yo thats ill
i think puttin that flute in the backround adds alot of feelin to the song, and it keeps the person listenein more focused on the track as a whole.
nice tip dogg,
Heres my tip
after chopping up a sample and layerin it on the drum beat how you want, take the sample sequence and EQ it alot, so you juss get a version wit the bass, so then in the track you can drop the main sample sequence and the bass sample sequence can come up ,