Posts by directcontrol

    The Master Scratch Band are a group considered to have started Serbian hip hop in the early 1980s with their Degout EP, which was released through Jugoton in the year 1984. The release had five electro-breakbeat tracks with rap in English and Serbian. As Serbia was a part of Yugoslavia at the time, the release is also considered the first Yugoslav hip hop release.

    Zoran Jevtić, Zoran Vračević and Miša Stojisiljević composed, programmed, recorded and produced the MSB project. Since the only samplers available then were far beyond their financial reach, the trio had to employ some tricks to achieve the sound they wanted. Synthesizers, drum machines, vocoders and delay processors were used in an innovative way.

    The team worked with a number of contributors over a month or so in the famous "Druga Maca" studio. The studio time was free of charge, since the owner was curious about the MSB's music, which was so radically different at the time.

    The Degout EP was released by the Jugoton label, from Zagreb (in SR Croatia, Yugoslavia (today independent Croatia)). The EP resulted in two chart hits in Yugoslavia and a number of TV appearances.


    here you go ppl!!


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    i don't think distortion will get me the sound i am looking for.
    i haven't tried klang lab yet though.
    i am really looking for CRISP, raspy and clear sounds. problem is: my mic seems to pick up a lot of low frequencies and the recorded vocals always sound mute.
    some references i am trying to emulate: for the raspy, menacing monophonic type: jonzun crew.
    for the softer but still clear and defined polyphonic type: newcleus - cyborg dance.

    u feel me?


    ROLAND SVC 350 is then perfect for you.But,if you dont have the money to by that from ebay or somewhare,then i think that FL studio vocoder is alternativ solution.I dont want to mantion that for SVC 350 you need to have a carrier.Thats another + $$$

    Here you go.Realy good explaned tutorial for FL vocoder.
    Hope so,this will help you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91igHV0CwJk

    Try some guitar distortions....:)
    Try Reason's vocoder.It is realy good if you know to produce it. (just you need to records wav sounds of your voice,and then to insert them to sampler and then to have a carrier and then to........BLA!!)
    Try FL studio vocoder. (You can do live vocoding if you have mixer)
    Try KORG KAOSS PAD 3.It have the vocoder option,and it is weary similary to SVC 350.
    Try to BURP on mic. ;D