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How Daft Punk made One More Time from a sample they say they never used

One more time. Even if you wear earplugs, turn off the radio and stay away from noisy clubs, you know Daft Punk's song 'One More Time'. It's one of those songs that seems to be inserted into the memory of every human who has existed since the year 2000. Here, EDM producer Sadowick Production reveals how Daft Punk made the song from a sample the French duo says they didn't use. It's quite shocking how easy it was to recreate.


The sample that Daft Punk never credits for One More Time is Eddie Johns' 'More Spell on You'. After you see and hear the step-by-step process of recreating One More Time, it's pretty obvious that Eddie Johns deserves some credit. Either way, it's a pretty fascinating look at making music today.

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I like how they use the word "sample" now instead of "steal".