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Reviews for "Double Dutch ( The Hip Rock Remix )"

Double Dutch ( The Hip Rock R...
by J.Lang
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Wed, May 11, 2005 @ 10:23 AM

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sunbyrn
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permalink   Wed, May 11, 2005 @ 7:13 AM
Thank you. This has a cool feel to it, AND you synced the lyrics nicely to the track. Also, I went back and discovered the bpm was actually 95, not 90( I found the original beat disk for my asr-x), so even though the down beat is in a different place than it was originally when I recorded it, you made the entire track work TOGETHER, which is great. Nice work. Keep it up.

p.s. - I think in the future I will post the downbeat "word" with my a cappellas, perhaps making things easier for people to line up the a cappella in their DAW.
 
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permalink   J.Lang Wed, May 11, 2005 @ 7:25 AM
Quote: Nice….DJ skills definetly help alot when remixing….oh how I wish I could scratch…..I dont know whether you guard the secrets, but what bpm did you come up with for the acapella, or was it some extra editing….best fitting of the vocals imo
No extra editing, 95 BPM.
 
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permalink   J.Lang Wed, May 11, 2005 @ 7:40 AM
Quote: I was slighlty off……my program didnt help me detect the bpm very well…..I had to edit a lil bit….anyways, nice one
Thank you. I’ve never used a computer to do a track, and i know i would be at a loss if i did. I find it much easier to use my MPC and ASR to sync tracks. Sometimes i just burn the accapella to a cd and sync it that way like a dj mixing a track in a club.
Southbound Cinema
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permalink   Wed, Jul 6, 2005 @ 6:57 PM
Great groove, fantastic scratching. Works beautifully with the vocals. A bit short, but at least it downloaded quickly.