Wednesday, July 01, 2009

gerador de audio em tempo real com java

muito bom.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Link com muitos samples interessantes

Monday, December 03, 2007

This pack contains all the samples used in this old classic....

Pack info:

Money Talks: (Stax 1978)
* "Holy Ghost" (Intro)

Byrd, Bobby
single: (Brownstone 1971)
* "Hot Pants. . . I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming"

Castor, Jimmy Bunch
It's Just Begun: (RCA 1972)
* "It's Just Begun"

Graham Central Station
Ain't No Bout-A-Doubt It: (Warner Bros 1975)
* "The Jam" (Drums)

J. B.'s, The
Doing it to Death: (People 1973)
* "Introduction to the JB's"

* "More Peas" (Yeah Yeah)

Kool and the Gang
Spirit of the Boogie: (De-Lite 1975)
* "Jungle Jazz"

Last Poets
This is Madness: (Metrotone 1971)
* "Mean Machine"

Trouble Funk
Drop the Bomb: (Sugar Hill 1982)
* "Pump Me Up"

B-Side & Fab Five Freddy
single: (Celluloid 1982)
* "Change le Beat" (Vocals: "This stuff is fresh!")

Sumner, Geoffrey
A Journey into Stereo Sound: (London ?)
* "Train Sequence" (Vocals: "This is a Journey Into Sound")

Public Enemy
YO! Bumrush the show(Def Jam 1987)
"You're gonna get yours"

Wattstax: (Stax 1972)
* "I Don't Know What this World is Coming To" (Vocals)



Wednesday, November 07, 2007

faça vc mesmo um teclado midi

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Brothers and Sisters!

Friday, October 05, 2007

Inclua nessa lista james brown, "more peas". yea-yeah.

e tambem "Introduction to the JB's": i got no doubt.

What people seem to forget is that PUMP UP THE VOLUME - M.A.A.R.S. was a take off from My Love Is Guaranteed - Sybil.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Samples used in "Pump Up The Volume" (7:00-ish Remix)

Criminal Element Orchestra's "Put a needle to the record"
"I know you got soul" by Eric B & Rakim, for the line "Pump Up The Volume"
Ofra Haza - "Im Nin Alu"' by way of a sample of "Paid In Full" by Eric B & Rakim in which the ColdCut remix sampled her in the first place...or was it the other way around?
Kool & The Gang loop "Jungle Jazz" (as yet uncomfirmed where this occours)
Stock, Aitken and Waterman - the start of "Roadblock"
"Brothers and sisters!" - Wattstax (Documentary)
"Mars needs women!" - Mars Needs Women
"This is a Journey into Sound" - Journey Into Stereo Sound: "Train Sequence"
"We're gonna get ya!" - Public Enemy (?) from ?
"This stuff is really fresh!" - "Change The Beat" B-Side & Fab Five Freddy
"Pump Me Up" - Trouble Funk "Drop the Bomb"


This remix became the best-known version of the track, transforming it by the addition of numerous samples which provided the record with additional hooks besides its oft-repeated title chant— Public Enemy shouting "You're gonna get yours!", the title line from Criminal Element Orchestra's "Put The Needle to the Record" (a minor house hit from earlier the same year), samples from The Bar-Kays' "Holy Ghost", and most distinctively, a speeded-up sample of Israeli singer Ofra Haza's "Im Nin'Alu". It was this remix, rather than the original, which was edited down to create the 7" version of the track, which began picking up radio play.

public enemey - You're Gonna Get Yours

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