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Old 19-02-2014, 10:38 AM   #1
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Is sampling needed to produce completely Original Material?

I am deciding whether I should get Fl Studio "Fruity Edition" or "Producer Edition" But being a noob producer I am not sure the necessity of sampling original content. I understand sampling to mean taking a sample of a song and using it in a mix. I will never remix anything unless there is some technique where you sample your original content as part of the effects of the sound. Sorry if that doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Is sampling a crucial part of making totally original content to design a particular sound? Perhaps I should put it this way... Is sampling your own beats an important part of the process for that professional sound? You see I'm having a hard time understanding all these arcade sound effects bouncing all over the place in modern edm. I am not sure if its simply a matter of automating an LFO or manipulating knobs or if these sounds are someone editing slicing and dicing and merging or slowing/speeding wave files. or some other effect. I wish there was a EDM manual on how to different types of sound effects. I dont want to copy anybody but in other genres of music I can conceive of a type of sound and say to myself "Yes the oboe would provide that quality of sound". Thanks for your help

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Re: Is sampling needed to produce completely Original Material?

If it's sampling how can it be completely original?
But yes.
Not having sampling would limit you unnecessarily.
Most people use sampled drums for example.

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