Grammy winning producer makes #1 hit using loops

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@DEEZ BEATZ It's a market for everything and cats who assembly line beats are gonna eat it up. How, when and where did you meet Oak? All I know is producing won't be and isn't perceived as easy to me as I never had a solid music education in my personal life.
 

DEEZ BEATZ

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@DEEZ BEATZ It's a market for everything and cats who assembly line beats are gonna eat it up. How, when and where did you meet Oak? All I know is producing won't be and isn't perceived as easy to me as I never had a solid music education in my personal life.
I met Oak about 4yrs ago at this big summer cruise event down in Miami Sponsored by Coast 2 Coast promotions. He was pretty cool, and we had a blast exchanged cell numbers and that's pretty much it.. he's busy and I'm busy so we play phone tag...lol
 

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I'm not a fan of doing that, but if it works for him, all the power to him. When sample CDs first came out I thought they were cool but even then I thought that it's always best to just find your own sounds. The biggest downside is you're using something a lot of other people are going to use. So like @GhostChamberz said, it's what you do with it.

If I were to use loops I would most likely chop the hell out of them, but that's just me. :eek:
 
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