Hip Hop History Week: Sampling Workshop with Kind Dub

Location

Living Room

Description

This evening features an interactive sampling workshop diving into the history, the controversy, the art form, and the how-to of sampling, with Fort Collins Hip Hop producers Kind Dub.

In music, sampling is the act of taking a portion, or sample, of one sound recording and reusing it as an instrument or a sound recording in a different song or piece. (Wiki)

We have a two part-workshop planned for everyone interested in sampling. First, we will dive into sampling history and the importance and impact of sampling on hip hop music. We will discuss the controversy and why sampling is considered an artform by many, and a crime by others. Part two of this interactive workshop will include an introductory dive into the how-to of sampling. We will explore topics like finding and recording samples, where to look, and how to use pieces of music production hardware and software to begin sampling. Kind Dub will share some of their own sampling projects, as well as answer any questions the audience might have about sampling with a Q&A to follow.

About Kind Dub:
Kind Dub, LLC was launched on November 1, 2013 after Cody Marsden and Cory Clarke spent a couple of years living and collaborating together in Fort Collins, Colorado. Cory moved to Fort Collins from Denver, Colorado to study Business and Arts Leadership at Colorado State University. Other than working and the entertainment life, he enjoys traveling the outdoors, gardening, and sports. Cody moved to Fort Collins from Atlanta, Georgia to pursue music and business after attending college back home. When he’s not producing or diving into technology he likes to travel with his girlfriend and visit family. The two founders met each other through their love of music as well as mutual friends studying at CSU in 2011. They like to spend their time creating audio and video productions, touring and playing concerts, and discussing exciting business plans and ideas. Kind Dub has recently opened their doors at The Music District with the help of the Bohemian Foundation to assist fellow up-and-coming artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs in finding opportunities, and creative ways to succeed and collaborate in our unique scene.