CharlesRandolph wrote:Judging by this statment, you've never been in a room full of PRO GEAR.
Oh, Charles. If your current output is the fruit of a pro-gear studio environment, I’ll stick to “Mr. Microphone”, Radio Shack cassette decks, and a goddamn Speak-N-Spell.
Do you feel relevant now?
Okay, now go home, pull out your NES and floor model TV, Sit at the table, take your Toy Beat Machine out of your backpack (Corny guys like you still wear backpacks)
, Sample some breaks and 4 bar loops, put on your fanny pack, a Bucket Hats (But don't go fishing)
, close your eyes and pretend you're in 1985.
After you've agonized over using the The Winstons or Impeach The President Drum Break, take out your camera and film yourself for YouTube. Then talk about how the good old days were (Like you were even there.)
Make sure you say, how you're keeping it 100. Sorry, wrong ERA. I meant "Keeping it real" "Keeping it Gutter" "The Purist of Purist Dope.".