Ive seencrazy videos showing how some Prodigy songs got put together. The guy recreated it in "real time" (he edited out the gaps but shows each step) and it's fucking insane. Clearly people like me spending time dicking around in a studio probably days on end, seeing whatever they can figure out.
edit: for clarity... i don't know if his method is identical to the original song, but it looks about good enough. And you can't just throw random shit in, it takes a real ear knowing how to edit and mix then add effects.
This is incredible
This is amazing
I want more of this content
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It's like braille beatz
Holy shit, this is bloody amazing.
Do they have to pay the original song writers royalty for sampling their work?
It's complicated. https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/permission-sampled-music-sample-clearance-30165.html
Gonna need to see that one more time
Oooo I want more!
if they did a video for Robot Rock it would be much shorter and with fewer samples. But you don't have to take my word for it:
This is one of those songs that sounds great but it truly is on a whole other level when you’re in the middle of a crowd in a show or a club, the amount of pure ecstasy everyone feels is something I’ll never forget.
I’m sure many people were feeling their fair share of ecstasy lol
The masters of sample
Also known as the Costco kiosk lady.
RIP Daft Punk... I mean they aren’t dead, but the band broke up.
I had to look this up because I didn't want to believe it but it was just announced today!
This was just posted the other day. Shows the song sampled live!
Wow. That’s cool.
This youtube channel has videos like this for a bunch of songs. Their [video for the Futurama theme song](https://youtu.be/qoq5-bLYM5Q) identified the song that the "bell" samples came from, and I went to listen to the original because the little clip sounded interesting.
Holy shit. Starting at around [48 seconds in this video](https://youtu.be/qssa6ec7faQ), it's not just the bell sounds, it's nearly the entire theme song, minus the other samples. It's like the bizzaro world Futurama theme. It just sounds *wrong*.
Genius, I sample a bit too and to find this gem is pretty cool.
ok that's fucking cool
now do the rest of them!
Yeah I'm going to want to see every single sample in this fornat.
Edit. Just found the original YouTube video. [Here](https://youtu.be/5QwOpRh-IfI)
I see daft punk as the doctor that pulled me out of the womb and brought me into music
They broke up :(
Is this really how they made it?
Basically. So many rap and pop songs you may know take bits and pieces of classic songs and rework them, often without anyone realizing it's a sample
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What's the name of that program or something similar to it?
Ableton is a popular one with electronic producers. Not sure that's what they used though.
As a dinosaur I now see the genius of Daft Punk
i’m dumb, could someone explain?
People often look down on sampling, because it’s lazy work supposedly. But being a producer myself I can say that finding the right sample, fitted with the right beat takes some serious skill. Everybody can make a song out of a already good song, but it takes talent to turn it into a great hit
can we get this for every song please?
They literally sampled the whole cola bottle baby song and made another masterpiece with it
That is just simple sampling nothing crazy! If you’re really interested in sample deconstruction there is documentary on J Dilla he does some crazy shit with samples!
One of the absolute goat producers, the fact that he is from Detroit just makes it so much better.
Who made this video ?
Now that IS interesting.
Good golly!!! 🤯
I’ve got chills
When you copy stack overflow code and modify it
Wow. Just wow.
Is that a vst??
Pretty cool post u/electriaPanther! #XEP
That's wild. So cool
More who sampled who’s like this please
I actually reworked this sample for a remix. It was a pain in the ass.
I saw them mix this live at the trash fence
You sent me down a long rabbithole...
Holy balls. One of my favourite songs from Interstella 5555.
oh wow... this ***IS*** interesting. never knew that's how you'd sample...thanks for sharing
Плагиат то Дафтпанк
One More Time!
This was oddly beautiful.
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Would any of daft punk's music be legal to make today due to copyright?
I need a sub or youtube channel dedicated to this kind of stuf
I would be glad if someone could answer some of my questions.
Who are Daft punk? Why they are they so much famous worldwide? What made them an icon? What makes this clip so special cause I have no knowledge of music production.
Thank you for this. Sent me down a rabbit hole on Wikipedia. Really interesting!
this is pretty much how dr. Dre does beats as well but he creates them at 120 and slows them temp to 80
Holy shit, I had no idea, I remember when this song came out, and I ABSOLUTELY PLAYED THE SHIT OUT OF IT!!!!
Geniuses I tell you, they were geniuses.
Isn't this transformed so far from the original work that you could call it original if you wanted (I mean, as long as Daft Punk just played those notes again from scratch)? It feels like they could have easily avoided having to pay the original artist royalties if they had wanted to. I mean, hell, even the notes aren't in the same order.
so they stole it ? whats going on here
It’s called “sampling” and it’s an art form. You have to pay the original artist to sample their works.
The video is self explanatory...which bit don't you understand?
so is this considered plagiarism?
I'd consider it to be transformative enough that it isn't really plagiarism. You can't really recognize the original work, and it's really not in the same field. I'd consider it to be more akin to "quoting" than plagiarism (But that's only my opinion)
If you like this stuff check out Girl Talk. he's a DJ that does a lot of similar stuff with mixing samples and breaking down different parts
But is there proof that they borrowed from that song?
Or it could be that they used a very basic chord progression that is constantly used by other artists
They definitely sampled that song. It's not just the chord progression but the entire "sound" (the pulsing brass section).
You can tell op is just farming karma because they don't know the name of *"one of their most famous songs"* lmao
Or OP wanted to keep the reveal of the song in the video without spoiling it in the title.
Borderline not music, just chopping shit up and puttin four on the floor behind it. Downvote me as you please but before you judge I once drew a mustache on a copy of the Mona Lisa. She was my inspiration and I sampled the parts I liked.
Someone else explained this that it’s not as simple as just cut and paste. They have to mix other sounds as well to make it sound good. Not every sample sounds effective and nice to hear. Hence why they make literally the rest of the song and sample only this beat
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