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Thats fucking tight, they did an awesome job, wonder who it was, had to be Spinny Ray, or DJ Love Cheese, not to many are that pro at it.

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20 minutes ago, Leykis101 said:

Thats fucking tight, they did an awesome job, wonder who it was, had to be Spinny Ray, or DJ Love Cheese, not to many are that pro at it.

Bill McClintock, the best in the business. 

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4 hours ago, Darkstone said:

Bill McClintock, the best in the business. 

For real bro, IDK if you've ever got into mixing with turntables, or used any beat sequencers or shit like that on a computer, but bro, it's fucking next to impossible to do these mashups, its literally one of the most difficult things Ive ever ran into in any field in my entire life, Ive worked in all sorts of various positions in audio since I was about 10, one of the 1st things I did was save up for a pair of turntables, then the only vinyl I had was any records my uncle would give me and it was all metal like I still have a few, SADO, Madame X, Icon, it was a joke trying to mix those with anything, but It took me years to figure out how to match beats, that's just basic shit, what this dude does, actually matching shit without fucking with it's settings, is in my mind, about as high up as you can get on the King Cock scale, bro the level of difficulty it takes to do this shit, this good literally is uncomprehending to me, it blows my fucking brain, I have one that DJ Love Cheese did for Mancows Morning Madhouse,I'll Post it.

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this took a semi decent song in Audioslave, and mashed it with a completely horrible song, and the horrible song suddenly became a standable song, its fucking mind blowing, who even thought to use Lumidee? she should be thanking Luv Cheese for making her horrible song sound decent.

it's these 2 songs mashed into the 3rd song.

 

 

This is the outcome

 

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Leykis101 said:

For real bro, IDK if you've ever got into mixing with turntables, or used any beat sequencers or shit like that on a computer, but bro, it's fucking next to impossible to do these mashups, its literally one of the most difficult things Ive ever ran into in any field in my entire life, Ive worked in all sorts of various positions in audio since I was about 10, one of the 1st things I did was save up for a pair of turntables, then the only vinyl I had was any records my uncle would give me and it was all metal like I still have a few, SADO, Madame X, Icon, it was a joke trying to mix those with anything, but It took me years to figure out how to match beats, that's just basic shit, what this dude does, actually matching shit without fucking with it's settings, is in my mind, about as high up as you can get on the King Cock scale, bro the level of difficulty it takes to do this shit, this good literally is uncomprehending to me, it blows my fucking brain, I have one that DJ Love Cheese did for Mancows Morning Madhouse,I'll Post it.

 

Totally agree. A ridiculous amount of talent involved with these Mash ups.

McClintock is the King.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, All Nights Reserved said:

 

The creativity in his clips is incredible. Not only musically. His video editing skills are just as impressive. 

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37 minutes ago, martinsane said:

It is done, but you already know that. :)

Ha! Sorry mate. I wasn't being a smart arse. I could've sworn that I started a mash up thread, but couldn't find it this morning, so I thought, maybe I didn't? WTF did I call it?

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Mu 2 favorite bands in 1, Slayer and Wham! hey remember when I talk about the CD shop I worked at in High School, the Slayer Vs Bangles video, Jeff Hanneman is wearing a Heavy Metal Shop long sleeve, thats where I worked boy!!! never seen that video before thats a fucking trip

 

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On 3/28/2021 at 10:54 PM, Darkstone said:

Ha! Sorry mate. I wasn't being a smart arse. I could've sworn that I started a mash up thread, but couldn't find it this morning, so I thought, maybe I didn't? WTF did I call it?

It sounds familiar but who knows what it was called or if you put a space or hyphen or who knows what?

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