3 Sampling Techniques Every Producer Needs To Know

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Navie D

Navie D

Yıl önce

3 Sampling Techniques Every Producer Needs To Know | If you know how to sample, but want to learn some additional techniques to improve your sampling skills, todays video is for you. Sampling is a core beatmaking skill, and if you want to know how to make better beats, sampling is going to be a great skill to learn.
We cover 3 different techniques in this beat making tutorial video. We have the Pump Flip, the Reversal as well as the Stabify. Please note that these are just terms that I use, and these aren't "official" technique names. Today I am going to walk you through how to do these techniques.
Even though this video was made using FL Studio, this can still apply if you are using Ableton, Logic, Garageband, Maschine, or any other DAW!
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PROD. A.B.I.L Yıl önce
A technique I tend to use in my solo music when I'm sampling is using portions of a sample and creating a "Stop & Start" melody. Basically it means using a sample, stopping it abruptly when the snare hits and just continuing to do that to create a 4 bar loop. But I fill that open space between the sample chops with instruments, drums etc. Hope this helps someone And thanks Navie for the weekly lesson🔥❄
RádioBê Yıl önce
Holy cow, Navie, I made it pump with hard work, volume automation shapes. Or Gross Beat automation. Sidechaining the sample to a kick is mega smart.
RádioBê Yıl önce
KingCobraJFS I agree with you that Navie is something else. He has this literary quality about him, you see structure all around in his work and discourse. Most people that can do stuff can't teach for shit. You can learn from them in a monkey see, monkey do way. Navie can do it, and he also messages his info like a baseball player would throw a ball into the glove. I've learned from a lot of people, but if someone asks me for some producing related content, it's Navie that I'll recommend to them for sure.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
😘 how kind. Thank you so much for the lovely compliments my friend
Techniquebytheway Yıl önce
Use kick start to get that exact pump Side chaining is a long route when there's a plug for it
Christian Ohlberg
Christian Ohlberg Yıl önce
@Techniquebytheway Great when using 4 on the floor, but lack on others :)
Greasy Bumpkin
Greasy Bumpkin Yıl önce
That's true engineering right there, usually routing audio into a dead end would be objectively wrong but now it's being used as an effect.
KickFlip Yıl önce
Im following music-making channels for 1.5 year now and recently came across your channel. Only thing what can I say is that is the best channel for beat production Ive ever watched. Keep it up please!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
🙏 Welcome aboard my friend!
Demani Brown
Demani Brown Yıl önce
Yeah I primarily watch this channel and Simon Servida. Check him out too if you haven't.
MVN STN Yıl önce
That last tip about finding combined sounds from a sample to make a new one is dope! I usually find small loops and whatnot, but this is gonna be a game changer! Thanks, Navie! Also, love the Discord. I just jumped on and I'm already getting helpful tips from the other members!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Awesome! We have a good bunch of lads and gals in the discord
CHRS MRVL Yıl önce
MVN STN Yıl önce
@CHRS MRVL yup. I believe the link is in the description of either this vid or the previous one. Come and hang out and give some feedback on beats and get feedback on yours!
YVNG KING Yıl önce
@MVN STN is it good for learning new things as well? I just started getting serious about making beats but there’s sum things I wanna learn so I can do more.
MVN STN Yıl önce
@YVNG KING yup, I believe there is a room for sharing ideas and thoughts, and you can ask just about anyone for a hand. Respectable!
Harry Watson
Harry Watson Yıl önce
The silent kick sidechain trick is pretty neat, never considered doing it like that before 🔥
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Hopefully it results in some good music for you!
Red0ctane 4
Red0ctane 4 Yıl önce
Amazing video as always! The pump and stab approaches are going to be huge for me! Lol. Somehow never thought of side chaining my sample to create more variation and to cut unwanted sounds out instead of butchering it with EQ and making it thin. And the stab flip is now going to become my go to when sampling for sure. I think I take too long of phrases from samples and it just doesn't work for me personally. Appreciate the knowledge as always my friend!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
No problem man! There are plenty of ways to skin a cat as they say
Griffin MPC
Griffin MPC Yıl önce
Solid tip on sidechaining. Using a dedicated midi trigger - and tuning the length of the trigger note to shape the pump is something I hadn't really tried. Good stuff!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
👌 May this tip serve you well Griffin
Man u dont understand how much you have helped my production, keep doin what u doin dude Thank you 🔥🔥
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Nij!
Dark Cape 313
Dark Cape 313 Yıl önce
I’m so glad you mentioned Apollo Brown! He is my favorite producer… Love your videos, and the way you break things down is done really well. Keep going sir 🙏🏽💯
Luc w
Luc w Yıl önce
The pumping effect can be achieved really easily with plugins like kickstart or free alternatives like TAL filter 2 or flux mini. I also like to do it with the fruity peak controller on the kick mixer track and linked to the volume of the melody
bagovdope Yıl önce
Man your videos have helped my tracks sound way better in a short span with using tips from your videos 🙌🏽 Keep it up with the videos man!!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Ayyyyy awesome dude, I am happy they help!
Raleighyo Yıl önce
I mostly sample the last way. I get bird chopping quarter notes. To me it’s easier to chop phrases , pitch up or down to fit drum or vice verse. Get a lot of different sounds 👍🏽
Shoveit Yıl önce
A bit late for this one but I like to share something about the first technique that you're talking about. I call this "swimmnig chops" and the best way to achive great resoults is with fades not sidechain. I never worked with FL Studio and not sure about the steps you have to take, but in the end you want your chops in audio (not midi) in 1/4 note lenght on the grid. Then you start to play with the fade ins and the fade outs on every 1/4 chop. This way you can do variations in certain chops and add more to the groove and the feel of it. The chops start to "swim" around the drums and the "pump" feels more natural. When you do it with sidechain you add way more factors like ratio, tresh, attack time, release time, plus the kick is always striktly on grid and you end up with robotic groove to it. I stumbled upon a video of Apollo Brown cooking and you can see clearly that he uses fades also. This technique works wonders when you use soul samples with typical for the genre sustain brass, strings, organs notes on 1 and 3 more often found in the intro of the orginal songs. In my opinion this actualy is the "secret souce" of Apollo Brown which makes his beats sounds unique. In the end, another great example of how a very simple but clever thing, makes huge impact when is used on point and also how we can go way around the corner to try to achive it when the answer is right in front. ...of course I tried with sidechain also for a few beats and then just touched the fades and it just clicked haha
David Becher
David Becher Yıl önce
love your vids. Always straight forward and precise . Keep it up, & thank you !!!
Chriss311 Yıl önce
instead of making a ghostkick for the pumping effect, you can use the plugin Sidekick by Nicky Romero for example. It does the same, but it speeds up your workflow. Nice video btw Navie. Cheers man!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks Chris!
edv .
edv . Yıl önce
but it costs money
Classless Fool
Classless Fool Yıl önce
@edv . gotta spend money to make money
B Quek
B Quek Yıl önce
You are awesome ma dude!! Thank you for always providing such quality content! Look forward to everyone of your videos :)
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you! And your display pic is excellent
Our World
Our World Yıl önce
I learned a lot. Thanks for the great videos. It would be nice to get a video on mixing and exporting stems.
Kee Jay (Cherokee Jay)
Kee Jay (Cherokee Jay) Yıl önce
Navie back with the 💎s That pump technique is fire. Ive heard it before but never knew exactly how to do it like that. Thx for that
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
You're welcome!
Robert Hegi
Robert Hegi Yıl önce
Your videos are really helpful and easy to understand, you rock
Jairo Ferrer
Jairo Ferrer Yıl önce
Sencillo, al grano y sin rodeos, y bien explicado, que mas puedo pedir?
Nevermore Yıl önce
Hey this one is pretty cool and creative, love it! Could you make a video on mastering and mixing though? I really can't comprehend all the nuances of this process. I've tried every possible way and either my beats sound quiet but pretty clean or loud and distorted with some audio artifacts. Also different people say different things and none of them seem to give me the result I want, I'm confused :(
Cult of Tristianity
Cult of Tristianity Yıl önce
Long read but if you're still having this issue or if someone who sees this is then this should hopefully help you out (basically a few tips/tricks/general rules I've learned and still use or used to use until I improved my ear). What I recommend is turning your volume to 25-30% putting a limiter on your master channel with thr ceiling set to -3 to -6 yo help give an artist room to put there vocals on and then putting each sound you want to use on the mixing rack and open up an eq on each channel you have a sound assigned to. As a general rule you don't want sounds taking up the same sound frequencies and you'll want each sound to take up it's own frequency range in the mix so that nothing clashes with each other. So if you have a kick that's hitting around 80hz you'd want to avoid an 808 that hits in this frequency and hits either lower or higher. Also if you notice the decibel level for your sound is in the red on the mixer it's best to lower the volume in your channel rack instead of the mixer to make sure it's not clipping and causing the audio distortion since lowering the volume on the mixing channel is just going to quite down the already clipping sound. I also recommend having a track with a similar sound to yours to use as a reference point for how loud all your sounds should be in comparison together. It's much better to use your ears then say that in each track your 808 has to hit at -3db your kick at -1 and hihats around -12 to -24 since some sounds will have a lot more body to them and will sound more prominent or less than they should be even if you have them set to specific levels however that doesn't mean you can't have a certain level you like to use for each sound when you start the mixing process that you can use as a starting point to see what needs adjusting. BIG TIP if you are mixing each sound individually you're limiting yourself to what it's going to sound like in the big picture and I highIy recommend looping the busiest section of your track and get your levels and eq where the need to be while everything's playing together so you can see how one change is going to effect your end product. I personally also like to mix my beats the next day with a fresh ear in case somethings not as fire as I thought it was in the moment and needs swapped out which happens often it'll be easy to catch with that fresh ear then I'll wait a few hours after I'm done to give it a final listen.
ORAKLEBEATZ 4 aylar önce
Your tutorials are very elaborate. More strength Navie.
Theo Prodz
Theo Prodz Yıl önce
Thank you for sharing your work Navie 🙏
Keenan Du Plessis
Keenan Du Plessis Yıl önce
Hi there, I love the value you bring. Please make timestamps for your videos
TechnoShamanism Yıl önce
love your channel, thank you for your work!
Jes Yıl önce
Really amazing tutorial. Could you please make a tutorial to combine multiple samples using circles of fifths?
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks Jeswil! Music theory isn't really my forte unfortunately
Beats by Big Joe
Beats by Big Joe Yıl önce
Love the nod to Apollo Brown, one of my all time favs. Another great tutorial thanks! 👌
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks boss! Apollo is a legend
TheWhtt Dzbany TV
TheWhtt Dzbany TV Yıl önce
@Navie D can you make Apollo Brown tutorial ?
Shino BeatZ
Shino BeatZ Yıl önce
@TheWhtt Dzbany TV Sido PLeease :o
anders anderson
anders anderson Yıl önce
Very nice video bro but in my opinion the sidechain with the kick and the limiter is wayyy to complicated in this case. Espacially if you want a simple four on the floor rythm just use gross beat or shaper box they do the job in 2 sec xD
rreK Yıl önce
Really like the explanation behind the technique kee it up man
jontshyza Yıl önce
I normally draw in fades but ill definitely try this sidechain technique
Ismael Cortes Jr
Ismael Cortes Jr Yıl önce
These are gold .great job . Beat snippet is 🔥 too
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you Ismael!
LjHundred Yıl önce
Overall good video! Your channel has some good techniques in general, a drum pattern video of yours actually influenced a track I’m currently finishing up, and I’m certain some tips from this video will influence a future beat at some point. Subscribed! However, Im gonna have to do a hard disagree on saying that reverse drums just sound bad. They can be great in the right type of beat if you filter out the low end (which to a certain extent you probably should do with melodic and harmonic elements anyways, most of the time) reverse hi hats can take the place of programmed hats, reverse open hats and cymbals can work as mini-risers that give a push-and-pull effect, and to a certain degree the same with snares if they have a long-ish decay. It’s not a one-size-fits-all, but no musical idea or technique is.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
That's a fair point! I should have been a bit more particular with my wording, reversed drums can sound a bit disorienting if it's all throughout your sample like it was in this video.
Studio 27
Studio 27 Yıl önce
Awesome video, also thanks for the free kit! Sounds are dope!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Awesome, thank you for watching!
A Cage For [Scatterbrain]
A Cage For [Scatterbrain] Yıl önce
Is anyone having an issue with the second way of sampling as fas as the drum issues? That’s an easy fix: Time stretch the sample, cut out the attack of the drums sounds, then follow what Navie says to do. Then (maybe) you won’t pass on a dope sample…
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Good luck if the sample is riddled with drums like the sample I showed!
A Cage For [Scatterbrain]
A Cage For [Scatterbrain] Yıl önce
@Navie D Lol That's why you time stretch. It's just a matter of putting in the work. IF you really want the sample, you'll do what's needed. You work on a particular way of editing until chopping the example you showed isn't as daunting as you're seeing it to be (not to mention the happy accidents that come up that can have you work the sample in a different way that you didn't originally hear in your head instead of just abandoning it). Just like what you've taught in this video may be difficult to some in the beginning, but eventually they'll get it, and they may even come up with their own technique in the process. There's difficult, and then there's difficult for you until it isn't (not you, but generally speaking lol)...
ORAKLEBEATZ 4 aylar önce
You're an super amazing, great producer.
Mario Arias Leitón
Mario Arias Leitón Yıl önce
Love ur videos, I hope u do this forever
MYI Yıl önce
Yoo I’ve been looking how to do this for ages and couldn’t find it! You legend, subscribed n liked my man 🙏🏽🙏🏽
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Welcome aboard MYI!
I will never unsubscribe NEVER Thanks for sharing As always much respect 👍🏽
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Even if I start making fortnite videos?
You wouldn't lol 🤣🤣 Until that day I'm here
Br Ave
Br Ave Yıl önce
Very useful thx! Could you do a Serato sampler tutorial please? That would be awesome 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
Mohit Gaur
Mohit Gaur Yıl önce
Hi, is there a way to import more than one sample in FL Studio sampler? Like in FPC maybe?
BARRY williams
BARRY williams Yıl önce
Thanks, Navie always have A wealth of knowledge to share BLESSINGS
djsunnysideup Yıl önce
another great video. great timing as I am making a lot more samples these days.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Ohh any reason for the switchup?
djsunnysideup Yıl önce
@Navie D thanks for asking. i have been thinking more about your video you made about it being okay to use samples. Also, i just got serato sampler recently along with collabing with a live drummer. Making more bboy breaks.
bnkknb9 Yıl önce
i feel bad for watching this for free, this is amazing advice, keep it up :). Greetings from Chile
Trey Buechler
Trey Buechler Yıl önce
sidechaining like this is also just basic mixing technique.. if you ever do any mixing, you'll need to know how to do this in about 30 different ways.. but it's cool to using mixing techniques creatively like this. I should do that more! particularly when the sample has drums i can't eq out to my liking
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
This is true! Sidechaining has a lot of great utility uses
Go Real la Beatz
Go Real la Beatz Yıl önce
Wow more great help. Im gonna have to watch this over and over to catch on to some of this im gonna have to check out your other sampling videos. Great share
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you man! I love making sampling videos
Go Real la Beatz
Go Real la Beatz Yıl önce
@Navie D cool
Jason Benson Music
Jason Benson Music Yıl önce
There are no time stamps. Loving Your content bro, I'm sure I'll be catching You on the top☀️➕
chris muddy
chris muddy Yıl önce
Amazing video man. Kindly do a tutorial on serato sampler. Many thanks 😊
loganpittmusic Yıl önce
Thanks homie now I understand the basics of sidechaining
Lesedi D. Damane
Lesedi D. Damane Yıl önce
This is some advanced stuff 🔥
Season Beats
Season Beats Yıl önce
For the first trick you can also achieve this using ADSR as well.
Thanks for the tutorial bro. I gotta try these out
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks for watching boss!
ady asadict
ady asadict Yıl önce
I'm still not tired of your videos🙏🏼 ty
Arya Vahedy
Arya Vahedy Yıl önce
Thankssss man, i really needed this🔥
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thank you for watching Aryaaaaaa
Négusfirst Yıl önce
Grossbeat volume presets can help you create the pumping effect too
derick zulu
derick zulu Yıl önce
Nice pls make more of these videos🔥💯
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Thanks Derick! Hopefully the video does well cuz I really enjoyed making this video
Ill Will
Ill Will Yıl önce
That reverse sample was nice
Korbinian Süß
Korbinian Süß Yıl önce
Hey try a teal led instead of a Orange/ yellow. Your image will look even better ✌️
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
I didn't know teal existed, thanks for sharing!
Rio Yıl önce
“When played in reverse, drums sound awful” The beastie boys did not like this comment
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Wired-Up Yıl önce
Reverse drums sound fire imo
John Doe
John Doe Yıl önce
Whenever someone makes a rule in music there’s always going to be an exception.
DAS DaBeatJunkie
DAS DaBeatJunkie Yıl önce
@John Doe there shouldn’t be any rules 🤷🏽‍♂️
John Doe
John Doe Yıl önce
@DAS DaBeatJunkie Rules aren’t there to be rigid frameworks they’re there to be stylistic boundaries that you can work inside or out of. The moment you understand that you’ll be able to make progress. Unless you regularly enjoy stuff like 12-tone serialism, harsh noise wall and free jazz, you don’t really mean it when you say “there shouldn’t be rules”.
J. Yıl önce
that third beat is soooooo fire bro!
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Oooh thank you, I enjoyed that one too
Henry Ijeoma
Henry Ijeoma Yıl önce
Hey can you make a video on how to create different hihats patterns? Like the one you used on the intro, my God!!
blaccgucci Yıl önce
I just found a new sample and navie d uploads video on sampling. Life is good, Life is G.
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Hahaha time to get jiggy with that sample
blaccgucci Yıl önce
@Navie D yess sirrr :D
Jason Benson Music
Jason Benson Music Yıl önce
I love that You do advanced videos
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Which of those beats was your favorite?
Colin McKnight
Colin McKnight Yıl önce
The second one I want to use so bad
RádioBê Yıl önce
I like the third beat because it starts with a little moment of flute that made me go, oh, this lofi shit. But then the vibe quickly turn into somewhat industrial, yeezus like
The Revenew
The Revenew Yıl önce
3rd bear for sure the hardest 1st tip is real sauce
Ben The Plug
Ben The Plug Yıl önce
Pump technique’s beat, it’s kind of like j dilla
MVN STN Yıl önce
The reversed samples one! So dope with the sounds. I even think I caught you bobbing your head a little! haha I know I was..
wtf.romee777 Yıl önce
You can also use a vst called Kickstart by Ricky romerio to get that sidechained kick effect
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Ahh, thanks for sharing!
Sverre Yıl önce
Ricky Romerio bro?😭😭 Don’t disrespect my man like that
wtf.romee777 Yıl önce
@Sverre nicky Romero* my fault
Okada Izö
Okada Izö Yıl önce
Just discover your channel with this vid right now,very good content, u have 1 more follower now
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Happy to have you on board Okada!
Toronto Populist Conservative
Toronto Populist Conservative Yıl önce
just realized I could probably use that sidechaining technique to create a tremolo effect
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Now you're thinkin
Hilgran beats
Hilgran beats Yıl önce
cool video and thank you for the free drum kit 🙏
SYNTHXX Yıl önce
Navie you are a G.O.A.T. fr frr
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
sihle mthembu
sihle mthembu 6 aylar önce
Always struggle with bassline.... damn your bass are amazing
YKING BEATZ 11 aylar önce
I like your tutorials. came here from a reddit recommendation. good stuff :-)
Eazy Ersi
Eazy Ersi Yıl önce
That Cobaine 808 was hard, great video tho as always
bassline11 Yıl önce
the intro beat is BANGING
Damon Downs
Damon Downs Yıl önce
Can you please show this how it's done in Maschine 🙏🙏
VHS - Goose
VHS - Goose Yıl önce
daddy navie helping the producer goose to level up
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Papa is here, don't worry bebe
Omar O
Omar O Yıl önce
Thank you, awesome video
Valentine Abade
Valentine Abade Yıl önce
Can you do an episode for producing for che noir 🙏
Dextris Yıl önce
Everytime I try to sample, the audio clicks. I use fruity slicer, and I’ve tried finding ways to fix it but it won’t ever be what it needs to be, must be the fl gods tellin me I’m not allowed the power of sampling 😭😂
Jonathan Serrano
Jonathan Serrano Yıl önce
Needed this 🇲🇽
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Jonny boy, glad it helped!
McDan Yıl önce
Navie, please consider teaching on Ableton Live 11?!
Tommy Neve
Tommy Neve Yıl önce
For the first trick.. you could just put a kickstarer on that sample and boom.. job done in 1 sec.
Recluse. Yıl önce
Thank god you shouted out Apollo brother! He's super talented
Classless Fool
Classless Fool Yıl önce
Way underrated
Denny P Beats
Denny P Beats Yıl önce
Thanks this really helped
XTNDO 64 Yıl önce
You can also use Kickstart VST or Tremolator from soundtoys
TheBeatRuckus Yıl önce
Dikke tips 👌🙏
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Is Dikke a good thing?
TheBeatRuckus Yıl önce
@Navie D Yes it's a good thing. It means 'fat tips' 😂 But seriously good advice,you are my beat mentor
Jay Smith
Jay Smith Yıl önce
JetMuzikBeats Yıl önce
Kickstart does that Pump really easily
Chad Username
Chad Username Yıl önce
the pump omfg amazing
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Pump it up!
TR0DSKI 11 aylar önce
so happy you're winning!!!
Alizar Yıl önce
Whats the sample called for the 2nd sample technique ?
Navie D
Navie D Yıl önce
Alizar Yıl önce
@Navie D ooo you one of those producers..ok I respect it
Ceejay Tha Deejay
Ceejay Tha Deejay Yıl önce
@Alizar just you Shazam or soundhound
Porywacz Zapalniczek
Porywacz Zapalniczek Yıl önce
did you find this one?
Gymanhe Hustle
Gymanhe Hustle 3 aylar önce
I am not sure where I am at with wanna sample for my compositions. As far as tools. Even making beatz. I don't get very well mixing frequencies I know this definitely important. I get down about it. Not sure if I hear what goes well or not well two -gether in sounds. It hurts. Not able to get this right. Thanx captn Navie to the rescue.
Randal Hopkins
Randal Hopkins 2 aylar önce
It is all a process you must learn with time. Like training a muscle, you must work many many times before it is strong and efficient. To get that skill will take a long time. I have been producing for 6 years, and only recently have I reached a skill level that I would consider "average" or "acceptable". You will get it in time
Grindstein Entertainment
Grindstein Entertainment Yıl önce
'Drums sound awful in reverse"...I take it you've never heard Paul Revere or Atomic Dog before. Reverse drums can be AWESOME!!!!!
Watters on the beat
Watters on the beat Yıl önce
works with panning too
Thomas Brailsford
Thomas Brailsford Yıl önce
Dope Bro!
Robert Lee
Robert Lee 3 aylar önce
Have you had a look at one knob pumper by waves?
Isaac Godbolt
Isaac Godbolt Yıl önce
How do you do it on a standalone Mac live 2? Make that your next vid
Rockytree Vids
Rockytree Vids Yıl önce
For the pump technique it won't let me sidechain to the proper channel
Lawrence Clark
Lawrence Clark Yıl önce
Bro where you get those drums???
Value Mind
Value Mind 10 aylar önce
Kickstart 2 works for sidechain to :)
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