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    Default "Accents" (Accentuation)

    Accents

    "Accents" short for "accentuation"... Accents are minor elements that help accentuation major elements. Most percussive elements, (aside from the primary drums), are accents. They help to accentuate the drums and the overall beat.

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    Default Accents

    THATS LIKE SPRINKLING SOME SEASONING OF YOUR MAIN DISH (BEAT) SUBTLE SOUNDS I.E CHIMES , BELLS , TRIANGLE. IT DEPENDS ON THE FEEL YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. THESE SOUNDS OFTEN TIMES BRIGHTEN UP A SONG. NOT GOOD IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A MORE GRITTY STYLE

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    simple...yet, dope!!! something easily overlooked such as a bongo can make an entire track so much better. i.e. .....truth hurts "addictive"
    produced by dr dre.......track by dj quik
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