Last week our lessons introduced you to the art of cue point drumming and how it can be used in DJ sets. This week we are taking it a step further and using cue point drumming techniques to flip tracks to create new and unique variations.
Flipping has been used throughout the years by producers in particular to sample old records and express them in a modern context. Some of your favourite tracks all have origins from older tracks with hip hop and soul being closely linked. In this week’s lessons you will be able to take an old soul song and flip it into a hip hop jam. These techniques and flipping patterns can potentially be used in other songs in your library to make your DJ sets even more interesting.
Before you dive fingers first into our new lessons check out some of histories finest flips to get you in the mood.
So the lessons are up, you’ve heard some incredible flips, now it’s time to get playing!
Also as a special promotion this week all our premium DJ content has been unlocked for ALL Melodics users to enjoy.
So get practicing and feel free to send us through videos of yourself killing one of our lessons via Instagram using the hashtag #Melodics.