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Sampling (music) - Wikipedia
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Their approach to sampling was a precursor to the contemporary approach of constructing music by cutting fragments of sounds and ... In many cases, artists even join the original artist or receive permission to sample songs such as Coolio did for "Gangsta's Paradise".
Sounds to Sample - Wikipedia
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Sounds to Sample is a UK-based website that sells copyright free audio samples and loops for use in music production. It was launched in 2007 by Sharooz Raoofi and David Felton, initially as a digital download portal for the Sample Magic libraries, but quickly expanded to include developers such as Sony, Zero G and ...
Loop (music) - Wikipedia
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In electroacoustic music, a loop is a repeating section of sound material. Short sections of material can be repeated to create ostinato patterns. A loop can be created using a wide range of music technologies including turntables, digital samplers, synthesizers, sequencers, drum machines, tape machines, delay units, or they ...
Land of the Loops - Wikipedia
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Land of the Loops is the recording and performance name of Boston, Massachusetts-area musician Alan Sutherland. From the early 1990s till present, Land of the Loops has been creating sample- and loop-heavy indierock- influenced electronica. With the difficulty of touring for a mostly one-man electronic music outfit, Land ...
Loopmasters - Wikipedia
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WAV files + presets for popular samplers: Kontakt, Battery, EXS, Halion, NN-XT), AppleLoops, Ableton Live packs and REX2. All sample packs sold at Loopmasters are provided royalty free - whoever purchases the license to the sounds does not have to clear the samples for use in any music, TV or multimedia production.
Inside Splice Sounds: How Sample Store Fosters Innovative ...
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Jun 1, 2016 ... Steve Martocci was on a flight one day when he received an unexpected call from deadmau5. “I'm 30,000 feet in the air, and my phone rings,” says Martocci, co-founder of music collaboration platform Splice. “I don't know what I was more shocked by: the fact that I was receiving a phone call on a plane, ...
Sampler (musical instrument) - Wikipedia
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These sounds are then played back by means of the sampler program itself, a MIDI keyboard, sequencer or another triggering device (e.g., electronic drums) to perform or compose music. Because these samples are usually stored in digital memory, the information can be quickly accessed. A single sample may often be  ...
Legal issues surrounding music sampling - Wikipedia
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Music sampling is the subject of many legal disputes, chiefly in the realm of copyright law as it applies to musical compositions and sound recordings. Early sampling artists simply used portions of other artists' recordings without permission, but once music incorporating samples began to make significant money, some ...
The Disintegration Loops - Wikipedia
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The Disintegration Loops is a series of four albums by American avant-garde composer William Basinski released in 2002 and 2003. The music was recorded from a series of ambient music fragments played in tape loops that gradually deteriorated each time they passed the tape head. The completion of the recording ...
Tape loop - Wikipedia
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Popular music authors of 1960s and 1970s, particularly in psychedelic, progressive and ambient genres, used tape loops to accompany their music with innovative sound effects. In the 1980s, analog audio and tape loops with it gave way to digital audio and application of computers to generate and process sound.
Noise music - Wikipedia
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Serious art music responded to this conjuncture in terms of intense noise, for example the La Monte Young Fluxus composition 89 VI 8 C. 1:42–1:52 AM Paris Encore from Poem For Chairs, Tables, Benches, Etc. Young's composition Two Sounds (1960) was composed for amplified percussion and window panes and his ...
Video game music - Wikipedia
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A more affordable method of having music in a video game was to use digital means, where a specific computer chip would change electrical impulses from computer code into analog sound waves on the fly for output on a speaker. Sound effects for the games were also generated in this fashion. An early example of such ...
Hip hop production - Wikipedia
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This had been first used by 1980s electro hip-hop group Newcleus with such songs as "Jam on It". This technique involves speeding up a vocal sample, and its corresponding instrumental loop, to the point where the vocal sounds high- pitched. The result is a vocal sample that sounds similar to the singing of the popular ...
List of music software - Wikipedia
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This is a list of notable software for creating, performing, learning, analyzing, researching, broadcasting and editing music. This article only includes software, not services. For streaming services such as iHeartRadio, Pandora, Prime Music, and Spotify, see Comparison of on-demand streaming music services. For storage ...
Sound installation - Wikipedia
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Sound installations sometimes use interactive art technology (computers, sensors, mechanical and kinetic devices, etc.) but we also find this type of art form using only sound sources placed in different space points (like speakers), or acoustic music instruments materials like piano strings that are played by a performer or by ...

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