Yesterday August 11, 2017 Google had a Google Doodle with a game that showed the basics of mixing a beat with turntables. It was somewhat informative. If you are feeling creative, you could do the same thing mixing samples. You could do it in a different style… the Alt Right does need more media. We can’t relyon three or four Fashwave artists as we go forward.
Sampling and using a drum track should not be a problem in terms of copyright issues. There are a lot of drummers showing off or vlogging lessons. Get your drum track from them.Finding someone with a kit that sounds good or to your liking and a drummer that can play well live micced up well.
To me, the biggest issue is coming up with the sound. What makes things even more difficult in mixing a track is that no more than two or three notes so they can be legally be ripped from an existing song. I think the guys who really made it big have had the patience and the talent for putting songs together in this manner.
I have Audacity which while feature rich is still missing a lot of features that would make the process a lot easier. This is where a midi keyboard and MPC would be clutch.
The two other basics you’ll need to know is how to change the time signatures if need be and the ability to loop.I’m excited to try this out. It’s kind of the next step in making the most of the program. Just be advised, the process while technically pretty easy, it is tedious find the sounds. Think outide the box though.
The head nigger in charge of doing this from turntables and breaking beats is DJ Premire.
Here is a basic track that includes some experimental noise.
You can definitely make some funky shit with this sampling the whole spectrum of White Music.