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Ten Percent (Rhythm Track) - Double Exposure - Ten Percent (DJ Tools) (Vinyl)

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  1. Meztijin
    May 07,  · So DJs began to make their own versions of songs using loops, tape edits, and drum machines. Eventually, record labels began hiring DJs to make official dance mixes of their releases. Walter Gibbons produced the first commercial inch dance mix, a .
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  2. Jushakar
    Jungle Music by Walter Gibbons, released 01 January 1. Jakki - Sun Sun Sun (Walter Gibbons Original 12" Edit) 2. Double Exposure - Ten Percent (Walter Gibbons 12" mix) 3. TC James & The Fist-O-Funk Orchestra - Get Up On Your Feet (Walter Gibbons 12" mix) 4. Gladys Knight - It's A Better Than Good Time (Walter Gibbons Acetate Mix) 5.
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  3. Mabar
    The last chorus may be followed by an instrumental one, after which the track returns to the pure drum beat of the outro. Of course, every song has its peculiarities and the sample structure above isn’t followed verbatim by each and every dance track.
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  4. Samuro
    Listen to Sound Effects Hip Hop Rnb (Tools Sample and Fx for Dj) by Master Hit. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "50 Sound Tracks, Vol.2 (Dj Club, Mixtape Tools, Party break and Samples)" by Master Hit on Napster.
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  5. Bram
    Apr 14,  · Now with digital technology we have a wide variety of tools. many of which can help bridge the gap between songs of various tempos while keeping the blend smooth and natural. In today’s article I will cover 5 mix techniques that will help you do just that!
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  6. Nazahn
    Double Exposure's album "Ten Percent" was released in on Salsoul just as the Disco craze was sweeping across America. It was great timing for the Philly ciaglazeceligap.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo was it? The album itself is a masterpiece and scored no less then three club classics, which /5(16).
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  7. Vudojar
    Vinyl is one of the defining elements of DJing, and whether you like to play it old-school and scratch with music records or take the modern approach and use your turntable as a controller for digital media, this selection of DJ vinyl will definitely have something you can put to work in your setup.
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  8. Mugul
    Eventually, he moved from being a "fix it" man on pop records to specializing in remixes for the dance floor. Along the way, he invented the breakdown section and the inch single vinyl format. Walter Gibbons provided the dance version of the first commercial inch single ("Ten Percent", by Double Exposure). Contrary to popular belief.
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  9. Kinris
    Nov 13,  · Vinyl: Is it the only ‘real’ way to DJ? Pic: Lasse C ‘Junglist For Life’ disagreed strongly enough with our manifesto post 5 Reasons Why Digital DJing Beats Vinyl, that he or she sent us a reply to it, “5 Reasons Why Vinyl DJing Beats Digital”.. It’s a viewpoint that’s well argued and that shows just how big the divide can be between new “digital” DJs and the old school who.
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