Creative Commons

I have been sampling since high school, and I have to say sampling is something that you have to keep practicing and learning. I had to watch multiple videos when I was trying to learn how to sample beats and records using different DAWs. Creative Commons can be a go to place to search for videos to learn from because in this manner in agreement to the Fair Use Checklist.

This video meets the benchmarks that are given to be viewed as that of “favoring reasonable use” alongside meeting moral and copyright principles. So I decided I was going to use this video from the creative commons search engine because it can easily teach my readers how to sample their record of choice using any application explained in the video. I chose a video by EJ Fox, he states, “Wanted to make a quick video because I wished I had something like this when I was trying to figure it out. How to find a sample on YouTube, import it into Logic, chop it up, and then play it on a beat.”. I hope you learn from the video check out the link below.

How to use samples to make a beat

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