Forums Music Music Production Making of "The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up"

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    AvatarDaftFader
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    #1254755
    Avatarthelog
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    Oh my fucking gawd, crazy shit. Had no idea the chopped samples for those bits of the tunes

    #1254756
    Avatarthelog
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    Well some of them were obvious. cheers DF

    #1254757
    Avatarthelog
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    Fucking wicked cool. Wish I could do that.

    #1254761
    Avatarp0ly
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    omg, this is fucking amazing. what software is that, give me it please.

    #1254758
    Avatarthelog
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    Thats abelton iive innit

    #1254762
    Avatarp0ly
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    i thought it was 😀

    pm me if yaaaarrrrrrr carrrrn

    #1254760
    AvatarDaftFader
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    You can do that in any DAW p0ly. You just need mega skills like that guy.

    Have a look at his other vids, he makes like 1 or 2 other prodigy tunes as well.

    The amazing thing is Liam and the prodigy pretty much only used hardware to do this, it must of taken them fooking ages to get it right!

    #1254759
    Avatarthelog
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    I was reading the comments on the youtube page and some ignorant fuckers are like. Oh so they basically ripped of other tunes. I they knew how hard it is to actualy do that shit, and with hardware. AND with keith being drunk all the time starting fights and spilling shit all over your equipment. It must of been hard for him

    #1254763
    AvatarPat McDonald
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    NICE find. Point is, dicking around with tunes and mixing tunes is just playing – just like any game, it’s trying different stuff.

    I daresay there’s any amount of TP tracks that haven’t seen the light of day. Only the best make it to studio release. Studios are helpful for tuning and mixing the samples, but the speed they play and the cuts are very much instinctive – all the bits have to be cut to size before you play in the studio. That’s down to practise and ABOVE ALL – self confidance, KNOWING that the bits sound good together. Takes a long time, lot of patience, lot of practise, not letting the knobbers tell you that “you’re not good enough”, that “you can’t do it” – because YOU CAN LEARN ANY SKILL IF YOU WANT IT BADLY ENOUGH.

    As for dickheads making noise, “Empty vessels make the most noise.”

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