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breadmaker wrote:Image

aka .dcr file
this thread is full of shenanigans.

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Valotonin wrote:100% sample match (Valotonin mental music processor v2.1)

We were right. I did some extra processing and look what I've just found:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8g7b7w72v53ir ... e.mp3?dl=0

Looks like this time apple has been...
...cored.
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Cosmic Manta wrote:
Valotonin wrote:100% sample match (Valotonin mental music processor v2.1)

We were right. I did some extra processing and look what I've just found:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8g7b7w72v53ir ... e.mp3?dl=0


And if anyone is curious, I layered a pitch-shifted (+12 semitones) version of the clip on top of the slower speed version of the clip, and I delayed the slower speed version of the clip by about 500ms. Then I timestretched the whole thing and bam, Time Apple!

I wonder if they never used this track because it contained a copyrighted sample.
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Cosmic Manta wrote:
And if anyone is curious, I layered a pitch-shifted (+12 semitones) version of the clip on top of the slower speed version of the clip, and I delayed the slower speed version of the clip by about 500ms. Then I timestretched the whole thing and bam, Time Apple!

I wonder if they never used this track because it contained a copyrighted sample.


Bloody decent work!

Someone keep note of it as I will try to find the source notes I had (the forum coding used for the sample sources and origins thread) and begin to add newer ones that have been uncovered, quite a few since it was last updated and I hope some of them don't slip through the cracks.

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Oh yeah my bad, it was the .dcr file that was named "kaleidoscope.dcr".

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Hey guys. Okay I am updating the sample sources and origins thread as we speak.
Added the one cupz mentioned (not implemented yet) with an appropriately timestamped youtube link to the source.

There were a few samples found in the past ten months or so that I recall vaguely but don't know where to find where they were mentioned. If anyone has any memory of any sample sources found recently please let me know. Cheers (-:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5legfEJQ-M

at 0:14

Is the 'yeah' sound not the same as at 4:13 in 'You could feel the sky'

Where the brothers secret gabba fans?!! :shock:

Or should I stop drinking...

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Stu808 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5legfEJQ-M

at 0:14

Is the 'yeah' sound not the same as at 4:13 in 'You could feel the sky'

Where the brothers secret gabba fans?!! :shock:

Or should I stop drinking...


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Cosmic Manta is dishing out pre-twoism samples and nobody is saying anything. For shame.

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Cosmic Manta is the master at this. It is what in part allows me great pride in calling him a friend.
This is the first I've heard of the "Yeaaah" sample in We've Started Up. Solid work again, you Cosmic Manta you. 8)
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I haven't gone through my rave era sample cds to find it but yeah... Is the "yeah" in we've started up not from one of those?

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Negamuse wrote:I haven't gone through my rave era sample cds to find it but yeah... Is the "yeah" in we've started up not from one of those?

It's from the acapella of "Mainline" that I linked up there. They could have found it on something like Datafile or Voice Spectral, but that is its original source.
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viewtopic.php?p=159002#p159002

This guy found Dave (the real traditionalist) back in 2011, he's David Bigham, a man who was staffed at the Norman Petty Studio as a backup vocalist
So probably sample source is from an old documentary about the studio or one of the bands who recorded there

A video of him giving an interview
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Maybe this documentary? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5713230/
But honestly this track sounds years before 1996, that's only a year after Twoism

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Happy Cycling intro is in fact "The Crucifixion" from Jesus Christ Superstar

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https://forum.watmm.com/topic/10759-hap ... ent-218490

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sixtyniner wrote:Happy Cycling intro is in fact "The Crucifixion" from Jesus Christ Superstar

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https://forum.watmm.com/topic/10759-hap ... ent-218490


Thats been known for a long time :P

Always look at bopages great resource!

https://bocpages.org/wiki/Happy_Cycling

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I always thought it was this one:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dp3BlFZWJNA

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TheStatPow wrote:Thats been known for a long time :P

Always look at bopages great resource!

https://bocpages.org/wiki/Happy_Cycling


https://bocpages.org/w/index.php?title= ... ldid=14190

Though it is still a matter of debate, the eerie choir heard throughout much of Happy Cycling is thought to have been sampled from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey or possibly Norman Jewison's Jesus Christ Superstar.


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I found the didgeridoo's sampled @ the start of Reach the Dead.

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Bumping this thread for a great find from the BoC fb group :]

A Moment of Clarity

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