How Ivan 'Doc' Rodriguez, Ice-T, DJ Paul, Juicy J, Mannie Fresh, and countless others took the iconic composer and director's score from coast to coast.
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The importance of horror movie scores in making memorable cuts from Gangsta Boo's massive catalog.
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A look at the art of sampling and interpolation in computer and video games.
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During the summer of 2016 I decided to give a career in writing a serious go. I was 32 at the time, about to turn 33 in August. I started Micro-Chop as…
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Reflections on The Sylvers' catalog as a frequently used sample source.
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A Linafornia profile for Roland, Micro-Chop interviews with Elaquent, DJ Manipulator, and Leon Sylvers III, plus much more.
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What a 2005 Billboard interview with the DOOM collaborator tells us about his contribution to 404 movement.
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Reflections on reverse engineering Motown, the series of coincidences and the 100-person recording session that led to The Sylvers' "Don't Stop, Get Up…
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The legendary multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter reflects on homemade DIY drum kits, The Little Angels, The Sylvers' self-titled debut, an…
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From early Jean Michel Jarre and Synergy influences to his multifaceted production process, the Worcester, MA DJ/producer dissects his memorable concep…
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The Mello Music Group artist on almost walking away from music, dusting off 14-year-old beats, and collaborating with Blu, Oddisee, and Guilty Simpson.
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One long-forgotten song's epic journey of rediscovery.
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