Watch This Guy Break Down How Daft Punk Used Samples to Make "One More Time"

Watch This Guy Break Down How Daft Punk Used Samples to Make "One More Time"Image via Hobbes

Sadowick Production has broken down step-by-step how Daft Punk uses samples in their classic, "One More Time."

As you can see, it's a tedious process, but a cool one—have to give respect to the guy for tearing down the process as he does. If you're interested in learning more about sampling and mixing audio with the right software, the dude who runs Sadowick Production also has a website called EDMtutorials.net, which is full of tutorials and other deconstructions of music techniques. "This project's goal is to provide a way for people to learn how to create music in a course format without having to pay a massive tuition," he says on the site. "It's a way to organize the free video content and offer things YouTube cannot. I hope to make this a top resource for free knowledge in producing electronic music."

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