Break Beats Part 5
Break Beats to download
Break beats to download part 5
Break Beats 5 to download 38. Ideal for scratch DJ sessions.
First of all, break beats are the tools for a scratch DJ. Above all for scratch training or to create your own routines.
These 50 break beats evolve from 80 to 105 Bpm, to be able to work on the slow or very fast scratch phases.
The particularity of break beats is a very present rhythmic. Thus there is no voice or very little.
Scratching by a DJ produces mid-range frequencies, in the center of the frequency spectrum. Thus, Scratch DJs often use vocals to scratch or sounds that are not in the lower end of the spectrum.
That's why the break beats are poor in midrange frequencies, which leaves room for the scratch to be heard properly. Also, some of them are just a drummer playing a rhythm. So we only have the bass drum, snare drum, and cymbals as sound. In other words, plenty of room to scratch without having to turn up the gain.
This is different from instrumentals that may contain melodies, which can cover the scratches that a DJ produces.
Now you'll have music to scratch with the Break Beats 5 download!
So put on these sounds and scratch!
Duration : 2h10
Size: 317 Mb
Listen to the samples.
The history of breakbeat
This rhythmic model was initially inspired by the music funk. Precursory examples of breakbeat in the musical accompaniments of artists funk and soul include James Brown, Herbie Hancock or Lyn Collins. The breakbeat is created in United States by the hip-hop DJ DJ Kool Herc who plays the same song excerpt over and over again with only the bass and percussion present. He noticed that the audience reacts better to rhythmic instrumental passages. Also Hip-Hop dancers are called breakers because of the rhythm used. However, it is still played in the battles of breakdance.
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