Reimagining Sample-based Hip Hop: Making Records within Records Videos Watch the videos from Reimagining Sample-based Hip Hop: Making Records within Records, as they are called out in the book’s text. Video I.1 Click on the banner above to visit #HipHopTimeMachine – the project’s video journal. Video 0.1 This #HipHopTimeMachine episode provides highlights from my trips to legendary US studios – such as Chess Records in Chicago and Sun Studio in Memphis – and demonstrates how echo chamber concepts were applied to the album in a DIY sense. Video 0.2 Episode 0 of the #HipHopTimeMachine research vlog provides an autoethnographic account of the birth and aims of the project in the form of a video narrative. Video 1.1 A video edit from the project’s research vlog showcasing a short section of a blues improvisation recorded over a number of instrumental overdubs, with embedded captions. Video 1.2 A video edit from the project’s research vlog showcasing an early study of hip-hop sections constructed out of instrumental chopping, with embedded captions and citations. Video 1.3 A making-of video of a vocal recording session illustrating the ‘Left Right’ beat with rap layers. Video 5.1 This video showcases the individual sample segments deployed for album track ‘Call’, and how they are ‘staged’ in the final instrumental production. Video 6.1 The first of the two tracks showcased in this video corresponds to album track ‘Glitchando’ built from a piano source production, and it sonifies the interaction between the ‘constructed’ sample and the new beat elements. The second part of the video provides a dynamic visual representation of the staging phenomena in album track ‘Reggae Rock’.