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That's great Jonny, a reconstruction of the massed drummers from the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games.
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OC/DC - All the right notes in exactly the right places.
Everyone wants to lay down sick beats
I think I just want to lay down sick.
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I don't know much but I'm happy to share my ignorance with anyone who can use it.
"When you go clubbing, do you ever wonder how the DJ was able to lay down those tracks?"
oh my god fre$h beatzzzz siick clubbing oh my god dj youre incredible play that track one more time!
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I am therefore looking forward to reading a proper review in a forthcoming issue of SoS, which I trust will maintain the usual open-minded standard of objectivity we've all come to respect. And I agree with Ken; hopefully we will also get to hear some of Hugh's "sick beatz" as a tie-in to the feature
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Hugh Robjohns wrote:That's AWESOME Dude! I'm off to make some sick beatz....
Hugh, I would love to see what you would bang out on the MPC.
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The advert has got to be a p*ss take.
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I've never liked a solo violin, you need at least five for a proper fire.
That's 6 quid at our best chippy - I'm not paying that for drum patterns that are medically unwell!RhinoTime wrote:I think the target audience is clarified by considering the claim that the software costs 'about the same as a fancy dinner for two'.
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