50 minutes | Sep 2nd 2020

Songs That Use the Same Sample (with JSWISS & Charles Burchell)

Whether you think sampling is the highest form of creativity or something more akin to audio theft, you have to admit it's had a big impact on how music is made today. It has been a tool for producers in many genres, but is particularly woven into the legacy of hip-hop. No matter where you stand when it comes to sampling, we'd like to open your minds and ears to the creative possibilities available through the use of this powerful technique.For this episode, Soundfly team member, Carter Lee sits down with MC/lyricist, JSWISS and bandleader/producer, Charles Burchell to break down some of their favorite songs that sample The Isley Brothers mega hit, "Footsteps in the Dark."Themes and Variation is presented by Soundfly, a music education website changing the way we build our creative skills :Check out all of our courses including The Art of Hip-Hop Production, here.Subscribe to all of our courses here and use the discount code THEMES to take 20% off!Sign up to work one-on-one with one of our incredible mentors here.And check out our free Themes and Variation companion course for writing prompts and additional resources.We want to hear what songs were on the first record you ever bought! Add them to the community playlist for this episode.Have questions or comments? Want to suggest a theme for a future episode? drop us a line at podcast@soundfly.com!
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