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"Bitty Loop" is an instrumental loop created in 2011 by Mike Shinoda during the ''[[Living Things]]'' sessions. The beat was featured in an Electro-Harmonix exclusive video where Mike shows how he creates sounds for Linkin Park by altering his loops with effect pedals.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhaI9nD8nzg Linkin Park's, Mike Shinoda, demos EHX gear - YouTube], December 16, 2011</ref> The original demo was leaked online in June 2019.
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"Bitty Loop" is an instrumental loop created in 2011 by Mike Shinoda during the ''[[Living Things]]'' sessions. The beat was featured in an Electro-Harmonix exclusive video where Mike shows how he creates sounds for Linkin Park by altering his loops with effect pedals.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhaI9nD8nzg Linkin Park's, Mike Shinoda, demos EHX gear - YouTube], December 16, 2011</ref> The original demo along with an alternate version not shown in the video, titled "Slippy", were leaked online in June 2019.
  
 
==Versions==
 
==Versions==

Latest revision as of 11:54, 23 May 2020

"Bitty Loop"
Song by Linkin Park
Recorded 2011
Length 0:07
Stems Open Labs SoundSlate Pro

"Bitty Loop" is an instrumental loop created in 2011 by Mike Shinoda during the Living Things sessions. The beat was featured in an Electro-Harmonix exclusive video where Mike shows how he creates sounds for Linkin Park by altering his loops with effect pedals.[1] The original demo along with an alternate version not shown in the video, titled "Slippy", were leaked online in June 2019.

Versions

Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Bitty Loop Hybrid Party Of A Thousand Things 0:07 2011
  • Released on LPLive for free download on August 5, 2019.
Slippy Hybrid Party Of A Thousand Things 0:13 2011
  • Released on LPLive for free download on August 5, 2019.

References