How the Despacito producers use online sample stores to create hits
- Published: 03 September 2019
- In this episode of The Future of Music presented by Aloft Hotels, we visit the studio of top latin pop producers Mauricio Rengifo and Andrés Torres, most famous for their hit Despacito, to see how they make and use samples to create music. Sampling has influenced every genre of music from hip hop to dance, and it’s become a global industry where producers can buy and sell recorded sounds in online marketplaces to use in their work.
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