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#1 SuperDarket

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Posted Yesterday, 09:46 PM

IS THERE A SUCH THING AS USING TO MANY SAMPLES IN ONE TRACK?

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Posted Today, 01:14 AM

i tend to throw as many things into a track as possible and see what sticks then start stripping stuff back if i feel it's got too messy, it totally depends



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Posted Today, 03:37 AM

IS THERE A SUCH THING AS USING TO MANY SAMPLES IN ONE TRACK?

as long as you like how it sounds then no...just use your ears to judge and you'll know.



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Posted Today, 06:59 AM

i tend to throw as many things into a track as possible and see what sticks then start stripping stuff back if i feel it's got too messy, it totally depends

 

YEAH I FEEL THE SAME WAY







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