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Roni Size 'Destination'.


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#1 Chinny Reckon

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Posted 08 August 2018 - 04:21 AM

What is the main break used in this? I've read people saying it's a common/classic one, but I don't recognise it. Also used in 'Rockers ll Rockers' by Lemon D.

#2 Weltall

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Posted 13 August 2018 - 05:30 PM

You've read people saying? I've read people saying stuff too and most of the time it's utter bollocks. Ask the people what the real break is if they are so fucking knowledgable.

#3 Chinny Reckon

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Posted 20 August 2018 - 05:32 AM

Is it really necessary for you to post such an arsey response? I'm not going to ask 'the people' because I do not want to register with a website solely for that reason. It was clear they didn't know exactly what the break was anyway, just that they had an idea that it was common. So I thought I'd ask on here. The question wasn't directed personally to you- if you can't post a reasonable response to a reasonable and legitimate question, piss off.

#4 Weltall

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Posted 25 August 2018 - 10:30 AM

I don't know why I wrote that. I'm really sorry.

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Posted 20 December 2018 - 01:28 AM

Which version of destination do you mean? The original or the re-engineered version that came out a few years ago? In the original there is at least 3 different breaks being used. I cant remember the original names off the breaks off the top of my head but I could probably work it out by thinking of other tunes that have used the same break and then searching for those tunes in the break database on RDB. However I can tell you that if you actually want to use them for production you can find all of them on Zero G Jungle warfare series and that is almost certainly where Roni got them from.
You can tell because of the way they have been processed, the series is very clean sounding and was produced and chopped by JMJ & Flytronix, who used those breaks a thousand times on loads of Moving Shadow records.  The main break is on Jungle Warfare 1 with various different edits, and then was also used on Jungle Warfare 2 with slightly different patterns and processing. One of the breaks is also on Jungle Warfare 3 I think.
One of the breaks is not on the Zero G series though, but it is on either 160DB Drum n Bass cd or the 260DB drum n bass cd, cant remember without looking.

#6 Chinny Reckon

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Posted 20 December 2018 - 07:53 AM

The original version is what I mean. I'm referring to the main break in that, I don't think it's layered with any other break for the most part. The 2008 re-edit- I'm assuming that's what you mean by the re-engineered version- is more chaotic and layered in terms of breaks. I'm not interested for production purposes, just knowledge purposes, and in terms of the original break source, not sample CDs.

#7 Mikhail Khaliulin

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Posted 02 May 2019 - 01:59 PM

This break #39 or #40 from sample CD "160DB Drum n Bass"