Anyone i.d the samples / tracks used on Lucky guy Medicine show one please?
people need to stop jocking samples, keep diggin and maybe one day youull find it.
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Posted by SanCarlos on 06 April 2010 - 10:55 AM
Anyone i.d the samples / tracks used on Lucky guy Medicine show one please?
Posted by JoaGymshoe on 15 May 2015 - 11:07 PM
My 100th stbb entry fast approaching..crazy..what a ride...
Winning my fifth!... it never gets old...still hella nervous...
Woke up twice this night...and I'm typing this an hour and a half before I actually need to get up.
It's a big deal to me... there have been weeks I spent up to 25 hours on my entry.
Gratitude and love go out to everybody who has helped me out with feedback
and and all other sorts of advice and support over the last two years.
I made some genuine friends through this forum. Some I meet for live collabin', chillin' and partying too
Sometimes I hear things of some past stbb members like yeah,
before two years ago things were different..better...
We challenged eachother and gave more feedback etc...
Well, I don't know..I wasn't there... yes I have fond memories of when I started out too...
but I'll be damned if I say: things were better in the past and just leave it at that.
It is what you make it..and I'm sticking it out to see what happens regardles
This is just an awesome place to have fun and learn stuff... just ask!
Ed and Nellas rule with the feedback was great... trying not to forget to put a * in my titles.
Haha, my kid's happy... we're going out for a nice dinner to celebrate the win.
...Thanks for all the love... I do this all for you, my peers...and to be a dope ass mofo!
...oh, and the love for the craft of making music and rap of course haha...
...pz! ..I'm off to work!
Posted by ST Bot on 15 January 2015 - 01:26 PM
Posted by jax green on 11 December 2015 - 01:14 PM
Hey guys, thought you might like a feature story I just wrote on FruityLoops for Noisey. Got to talk Soulja Boy, 9th Wonder, Sonny Digital and Jhalil Beats among others. Also got to speak with the program's mysterious creator. Give it a read if you have a spare 10!
Posted by ST Bot on 20 July 2015 - 09:01 PM
what's the track playing in the background?
Posted by fungus on 13 September 2016 - 01:03 PM
Posted by ST Bot on 01 October 2016 - 11:44 AM
500. Congrats to everyone involved.
Posted by MazeOne on 21 February 2016 - 11:57 AM
1. MazeOne from Bavaria in Germany. Im 25 years old. I make beats for about 5 years now...
2. There were no "limiting" rules that week so i didnt really think about it and just made the beat...
3. I used 3 parts of the samplepack. I started up with some pitched up chops i used to play the melody you can hear from the beginning. Then i used a short bassnote i filtered and played besides the 808 bassline. I chopped up the bleeps and played it like an arp. I copied the sound and pitched it up one octave and did the same thing again at the end... I used a lot of reverb and effects on almost every sound to get that "spacey" feeling. I also added a synth lead with heavy reverb and delays on it.
4. Drums are very important in my productions and i always take a lot of time to get them to sound dope. I started up with a drumbreak i pitched down, chopped it up and used an Equalizer to get rid of the low frequencys. Stacking drums is awesome and you get a really unique sound! I always do that. I added a filtered, punchy kick and a nice snare. The thing about the snare is, I actually recorded that snare from my monitor speakers with my smartphone and used the audio of the recording, put some filters and effects on it. The Idea was, I think punchy snares always sound dope in videos so I wanted to try it.. worked out pretty good i think haha... I use parallel compression or ny compression on the kick and the snare. If you dont know about parallel compression you should definately check it out on youtube! Once i found out about it, it changed my drumsound completely..
I think it was the first time i used a 808 bassline because Im not a big fan of 808 shit. But It sounded so dope, I just had to leave it in...
5. I make all my Beats with Native Instruments Maschine. I have a microkorg and some other stuff but for that track i only used the Maschine... Never made a Beat with another programm or machine.. I just love the workflow and how quick you can convert your ideas into actual tracks..
6.I just wanna say, once i found out about the Stonesthrow Battles I made a lot of progress because sometimes you have to use samples you would not use normally. Makes you think outside the box. You have to get some dope stuff together to have a chance to win this because there are a lot of good cats taking part in the battle every week. Respect to all the Beatmakers!
peace and good luck on the next battles!
Posted by EdTheYounger on 13 March 2015 - 11:00 PM
Stones Throw Beat Battle #419
Thank you for all the love on my beat this week! After almost 12 months of making beats and doing these battles, this is the first I've won! (the struggle is real). Without further ado...
BEAT TAPE WEEK
Sample: Straight from my cassette deck, feel free to find the original if you want a cleaner
version (Artist/Track name on file)
Make a beat using the sample and following the production rules
Upload your beat to the sound cloud STBB group AND to this topic !
Production rules :
1. time limit - 90 seconds!
2. outside drums - allowed
3. keys/synths (VST) - not allowed
5. outside bass (inc. VST) - allowed
4. acapella/skits - allowed
5. cuts/scratches - allowed
6. outside sample - required (see rules)
SPECIAL RULE(s) :
1. Intros/skits to be no longer than 4 bars.
2. Your beat must contain at least 1 other sample (sourced by yourself) to compliment the main sample i've provided. Vocal cuts, acapelas and drums will not count towards completion of this rule (although you're free to use them in your beat elsewhere) ie: make the extra sample for this rule an instrumental element (woodwind, brass, guitar etc).
3. Make the main sample provided the focal point of your beat.
>Post your beat - by Wednesday at Midnight pacific time
>Vote - by Friday at Midnight pacific time
>Winner - post new sample, rules, etc - by Saturday Noon pacific time and upload the sample here:
>Questions about posting, production, voting, deadlines?
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page here:
Posted by Waldo on 27 February 2015 - 03:47 PM
Peter Andres Marriott-Singh, or simply "DJ Pete Marriott", is the distinct name of the Brooklyn musician in the United States, that first began mixing break beats at the age of 15 during the Golden Era of Hip Hop, and who's music today is very likely to surpass human extinction, to echo the cosmos, reaching its destined "post human stage". Currently on the brink of a controversial, nationwide campaign to reshape Hip Hop back to its ancestral roots, his current musical manifestation consists of numerous small unconnected groups that all utilize Pete's signature conscious analog rhythms. They have all emphasized secrecy, all have called for purification of Hip Hop, and all are considered the third disjuncture of a master plan. The current manifestation is classified as #REALHIPHOP by the League of Hiphopopotamus and the Southern Rhymenoceros Center.
DJ Pete Marriott is estimated to have between 5,000 and 8,000 billion fans as of 2012, and the first Fan Club flourished in the Northern United States in the early 1980s, then died out by the late 1980s and went underground, where they remain today. Members made their own, often colorful, costumes: Adidas sneakers, Adidas sweat suits, and Kangol hats, designed to be outlandish yet funky fresh.
The second coming of DJ Pete Marriott flourished again nationwide in the early and mid-2010s, and adopted a standard black shirt and black hat wardrobe and code words #REALHIPHOP, while adding radical ego and mass ranting. Emerging now after a 4 month hiatus Pete plans to progress among minorities through a so-called epidemiological externalism of a simulated human-like persona. This second incarnation of the DJ Pete Marriott is the best yet, and has made frequent reference to the Golden Age of Hip Hop and harking back to its original nativism.
Though most fans of DJ Pete Marriott see themselves as holding to Hip Hop values and morality, virtually every sound wave produced by the man has the technical ability and motivation to create a completely new musical era. Rumors have spread that Pete's long range planning for #REALHIPHOP2 will develop beyond the foundation of Hip Hop. This album will mark the third coming of DJ Pete Marriott, restructure musical science, theologically reestablish the cosmological rhythms, and back DJ Pete Marriott into the heart of God -- morphing them together as one, past the simulation of time and space.
Prepare to swan dive into the timeless archetype of consciousness and all encompassing infinite-energy that is to one day soon be, DJ Pete Marriott.
Posted by DJ Primate on 18 June 2013 - 11:35 AM
Posted by ma▀matazz on 01 October 2016 - 02:47 AM
STBB 500 / Cinquecento
That's right folks. Named this round after the famous Fiat 500 which inspired me to drop some sleazy Italian film music from the 70s as sample material.
Flip one or many of the samples in the pack.. hope you find something in it.
Apart from that no special rules, it's up to you to make it special.
It's the 500 baby! Let's celebrate it with some serious joints.
The Fine Print:
Upload your beat to Soundcloud, include "STBB 500" in the title, and POST TO THIS FORUM by Wednesday at Midnight, Pacific time. Try to leave as much feedback as you can and you will receive it back.
For easy browsing's sake, you can also go to the STBB page: http://www.soundclou.../stbbcollection
EVERYONE VOTES - by Friday at Midnight, Pacific time
Winner: post new sample, rules, etc by Saturday at Noon, Pacific time and upload the sample here: http://www.zippyshare.com
Posted by ST Bot on 17 November 2015 - 11:54 AM
If "Papermill" is in fact MV2's first single, we're looking at the longest album rollout in history.
2016: Papermill video
2018: second single
2022: album, hologram tour
Posted by jax green on 22 April 2015 - 07:35 AM
As I've said on here before, I used to write about hip-hop for a living (at XXL) and now do it on the side for sites like Noisey and Revolt. Recently I did an interview with Knx for Passion of the Weiss, which is the personal blog of hip-hop writer Jeff Weiss.
He and I had an awesome talk. We touched on wrestling, giving Dre beats, his work with Kendrick and more. Check it out if you have a spare minute:
Posted by BroKing on 09 April 2014 - 07:24 AM
We need you banned until your brain works.
Posted by shakey finch on 13 November 2013 - 02:14 AM
Posted by ST Bot on 28 June 2016 - 09:46 AM
Many have declared hip-hop dead before, but it looks like it's real this time.
Posted by miss stress on 08 June 2016 - 10:00 AM
If they find my grave they have every right to shit on it. But they won't ever find it.
Posted by mrvaughn on 06 March 2016 - 07:36 AM