Found out how to screw AND CHOP music on the pc.

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Moni Johnson

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Jun 11, 2001, 12:12:47 PM6/11/01
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Contact me if you wish to know how I do it. It's the easiest way I've
found so far-just as easy as using a real mixer. You can either screw the
tracks at the same time you chop them or you can screw before/after. Many
already know that you simply have to slow a track down in any audio editor,
but most don't know how to chop on a computer. Well, it's easy.

Holla' if ya' wanna' know.

mJ


Doug

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Jun 11, 2001, 7:25:04 PM6/11/01
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I am unfamiliar with your terminology.
what the hell is screwing and chopping?

sounds fun

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DJ-ALT

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Jun 11, 2001, 8:04:51 PM6/11/01
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Me too. I've chopped up a lot of audio files using sample level editing in
Sound Forge, Cool Edit, Nuendo, Vegas, Paris, blah blah, and sometimes this
has screwed them pretty good (TG for undo), but this sounds ........errrrr,
deliberate.

DJ

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Mark Landrum

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Jun 12, 2001, 5:02:10 PM6/12/01
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Screw refers to the practice of the late DJ Screw who would slow
down songs and remix making his infamous screw tapes that he
would sell out of the trunk of his car. It's been said that the effects
of codiene syrup and ganja greatlly improve the listening pleasure
of screwed music.

Search http://www.houstonpress.com for a recent article.
keywords: screw, syrup, dj screw.
hth,
Mark

DJ-ALT

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Jun 16, 2001, 5:05:05 PM6/16/01
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Damn,

I guess that once you pass the age of 50, you've either been the screwor or
the screwee so many times that your perception of the term screw becomes
askew.

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Willy

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Jun 16, 2001, 7:55:36 PM6/16/01
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Don't worry most of the young "we are so hip" kids of today will end up
miserable and conservative just like their parents which is why it's a waste
of time to try to keep up with the latest buzz words and fashions.

Just last night on TV they were touting Tattoo Removal shops as a good
investment opportunity for the future. Buzzword brainwash removal shops may
be next. Not that I'm against any Tattoos or don't use buzz words. Got and
do both. Just making a point.

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DJ-ALT

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Jun 18, 2001, 1:10:26 AM6/18/01
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"Willy" <1,2,3,4...@NOSPAM.com> wrote in message news:tinsh6c...@corp.supernews.com...
> Don't worry most of the young "we are so hip" kids of today will end up
> miserable and conservative just like their parents (who are in their 30's and are the kids that we 50's folks had during the late 60's and early 70's when we were partying our asses off)
 which is why it's a waste
> of time to try to keep up with the latest buzz words and fashions.
(grin............it's embarrassing to remember some of the buzz words of the 60's)
>
> Just last night on TV they were touting Tattoo Removal shops as a good
> investment opportunity for the future. Buzzword brainwash removal shops may
> be next. Not that I'm against any Tattoos or don't use buzz words. Got and
> do both. Just making a point.
 
(Point well taken..............for my generation, instead of touting tatoo removal and buzzword brainwash removal shops, it was the rehab center boom of the 90's so that we could wake up and have a life while we were still in our 40's )
 
Regards,
DJ
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