HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Speed » Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:22 pm

The biggest problem I am facing is getting the right sounds for the right production I am creating

So if i am creating a deep rootikal number then I don't want to be adding cheesy horn synths

But if I am creating a digital dancehall number (original style) then I will want to use these horns

I think one of the biggest problems with peoples tunes is not using the right sounds for the production which will leave it sounding lifeless and 'fake'

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Also combinating live insturmentation with samples

However I do have a good tip for getting old school grooves... Simply just track your favourite old school tune... Gate it so your getitng the sounds want... Render it so you can just see the WAV signal of the bits you want and then line up your samples with that
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:19 am

Solo Banton remix! Viktorious Raggamuffin stylee!
http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound/ ... -something
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby shortie » Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:37 pm

http://www.nuffpowa.com
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Roman » Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:26 pm

Viktorious wrote:Solo Banton remix! Viktorious Raggamuffin stylee!
http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound/ ... -something
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Not bad, but still not as good as Digiman's remix of this tune.
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Thu Nov 25, 2010 9:39 pm

Roman wrote:
Viktorious wrote:Solo Banton remix! Viktorious Raggamuffin stylee!
http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound/ ... -something


Not bad, but still not as good as Digiman's remix of this tune.


ok.. is that the russian dj? Where can I find the tune?
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby dougie conscious » Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:14 pm

yes victorious some nice rydims,do you have any with strickly minor chords?
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Roman » Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:49 am

Viktorious wrote:
Roman wrote:
Viktorious wrote:Solo Banton remix! Viktorious Raggamuffin stylee!
http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound/ ... -something


Not bad, but still not as good as Digiman's remix of this tune.


ok.. is that the russian dj? Where can I find the tune?


Yes, it's Digiman from Russia. The tune is unreleased.
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Fri Nov 26, 2010 8:36 am

dougie conscious wrote:yes victorious some nice rydims,do you have any with strickly minor chords?

Yeah of course! Check out my myspace pages below to check some samples or http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound.
I got almost 200 riddims and dub tracks...
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Roman » Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:02 pm

GHOSTRIDER & VIKTORIOUS - WE COME AGAIN 2010

Wicked riddim
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Tue Jan 11, 2011 9:46 pm

For more dubs, tunes and mixes:
http://www.soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound
http://www.soundcloud.com/dj-viktorious
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby RiddimTuffa » Mon Jan 17, 2011 11:54 pm

Yes nothing sounds like 80's as analog synth & drum machines from that era.We personaly use Yamaha CS01,CASIO MT40/MT45,Yamaha DX100 & drums with Roland TR505 or Yamaha RX7...with eq and mix in PC.
Check out our work here:
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:34 am

New digidub tune! Using Roland TR-626 and a Yamaha toykeyboard with some wicked synthesizer buttons.
Check it!

http://soundcloud.com/viktorious-sound/ ... 2011-02-12
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby monko » Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:56 pm

I'm just starting to get enough equipment together and have discovered a Korg Poly 61M in my attic and was wondering if this would be a good keyboard to use for producing?

Best page for info I could find was here: http://www.vintagesynth.com/korg/poly61.php
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby Viktorious » Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:23 pm

monko wrote:I'm just starting to get enough equipment together and have discovered a Korg Poly 61M in my attic and was wondering if this would be a good keyboard to use for producing?


You don´t need to ask! ;)
Just use anything you can find.
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Re: HOW TO PRODUCE OLD SKOOL TUNES? (vintage style)

Postby jahkob » Sat Mar 19, 2011 8:30 am

second that viktor! at the end of the day its not what you have but what you do with it.
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