Anyone tried juggling military cadence?
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    Default Anyone tried juggling military cadence?

    Big fan of the TV show "The Unit"... nostalgic about the show's first theme (cadence song remixed - Fired Up).

    Been messing around with 2-3 cds of the "Run to Cadence" series.. anyone done a mix with that kind of music?

    May use some songs of "Fort Minor": Kenji is war-related, Remember the name has good riffs, High Road too..

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    I've used lots of cadence on a bunch of mixes. They've gotten great reactions.
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    Any samples online?

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    There are, but to be honest I'm not sure which ones they're in. I've got about 140 mixes online and 90 more that were taken down. I know some of the offline ones featured a lot of cadence. One of the recent Podrunner mixes featured cadence but it didn't go into the playlist.

    Sorry, but I put so many of these out it's hard to keep track. If I figure it out I'll post it.
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    Great idea. Try this:

    http://www.emusic.com/album/Run-To-C.../10819333.html

    Track 23 "C130 Rolling Down The Strip". Rockin!

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    Dope Fatlimey, thanks for the link

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    I highly recommend warping these in Ableton if you're able to. Metronomes these D.I.s ain't.
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    This is something I would love to add in to some of my own original tracks. I am prior service and between cadence n jodies I think it would be a lot of fun! Especially if I call in some favors and record em myself ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveboyett View Post
    I highly recommend warping these in Ableton if you're able to. Metronomes these D.I.s ain't.
    No, but some of the hardcore seasoned ones are damn near there. I have seen some actually use metronomes to ensure marching and other drill was done at a certain BPM (guidelines n regs actually SAY what the BPM is heh)
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    Most of these are around the 160 BPM range, btw.
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