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he idea of taking a pre-recorded section of a rhythm or musical pattern and building new music from it didn’t start with digital samplers, as tape loops had been in use by producers of contemporary music for many years prior to the arrival of sampling. But tape loops were (and are) tricky to make and trickier to manage, especially if you’re using multiple loops – and especially if those loops need to be synchronised. It is no

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