Marley Marl

Been dealing with a lot so my blogging slowed up but now I’m back. My mentor for production taught me the same trick that Marley Marl is talking about in this video. He called them ghost notes and none other than James Brown’s funky drummer Clyde Stubblefield taught him how important they are. My dude called them low kicks and they really make a difference in making your drum sequencing a little more natural and less robotic. Be thankful young ones because this trick is one that I wouldn’t have shared unless I personally have seen you put in that work….ha ha!!! Ain’t I stinker!!!!

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