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album art Another Groov for JazzOne (Really)
by woodguy32

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Released: Apr 7, 2005 | 9:13 PM
Category: Hip Hop/Rap
Application: N/A
Loop Use: N/A

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 6.32 MB

Plays: 1652
Downloads: 0
Weekly Plays: 5
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Thursday

License: Unknown/Unset
I am in unknown territory here..but I taking an interest in the underground hiphop world here on iComp... so I thought I try .. MuzAc meets
surf hop.. had to get the my guitar in there somewhere one blip.. lol

wack and hack and maybe something will come of it..

JazzOne and studio 915

the hiphop artist here are a close group who work with each other and express how they feel about one anothers work..something everyone here should check out..

wait until you hear Lilichi's Quien te crees?" it is awesome...


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JazzOne Artist

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Hot dog! I was working on a song for your first JazzOne beat, but this is way hotter. I think you're getting the hang of this. I especially like the slower tempo of this one. Makes it easier to rap too. Anyway, I hope to have a vocal version of one of the beats up real soon.
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JazzOne Artist

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If you are going to continue to make hip hop beats, let me offer some tips. Don't let the harmony get complicated. I notice some times when the mix gets very thick, and that takes away from the vocals. Also, the bass is a bit muddy. Maybe you should roll off the lowest frequencies a little bit? I'm not sure. Also, the pure electronica sounds are somewhat dated for hip hop. I would like to hear you try your hand at dropping a vocal sample.

Anyway, keep 'em coming, and I'll see what's up with these vocals.
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