The original video:
Use keys 1-9 on that video to get the same "samples" as I did.
If anyone knows what program I could use to be able to do stuff like this, but not in real-time and using just Youtube, please let me know. Some kind of tracker where I could just point to the time stamp where I want a sample and then play it through MIDI interface or create a pattern in the tracker manually. Anything that would allow to spare as much time as possible :)
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