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Bing

Good info

Kregan

Sick article mate! Looking forward to the other parts.

Also I would love to hear you do a break down of that beat, how you did the sample and all that kind of stuff.

Cheers bud

Dave Walker

Thank you for the feedback. I'm glad it has been useful for you in your production. There will be further articles on mixing techniques.

Kingsley Baker

much appreciated post! practical and set out very straightforward.. only just discovered this website today and the posts are awesome! very useful stuff. thank you!

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