Editing or augmenting samples is a very popular technique used in modern music production. Quite often the effects of extreme time compression and/or expansion in addition to transposing can result in a very granular result which ends up giving an existing loop an entirely different feel or vibe.
Case in point, in this example the piano has been stretched out to double its original length, and transposed down an octave. After this initial stage of processing, Further work can be done to customize the sample even more to sit well in the track. In this particular case, adding some basic filtering, and drive using Waves OneKnob Filter, and OneKnob Driver does the trick.
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this 2nd video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus moves along from where he left off in the first video, and begins to process a piano sample using 2 plug-ins from the Waves OneKnob series, Filter, & Driver.