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  1. Sorry bad english..... i have allways thought that there are more advantages in working with audio files instead of midi data. for example, it is very easy to cut the impact of a recorded ride, leaving you with only the ambient ringing tonne. also, by cutting out parts of a recording, and pitching them differently can also do wonders! and there is the good old reverse. for me, working with audio recordings inside my daw (reason7) gives me more creative control of the sounds that i'm working with. but, i dont find me being a guy of control. you can unleesh just as much chaos working with
  2. Hello everyone, here's StocKo. I see all the very interesting threads out there, like the Jay Dee one, and at the moment I'm listening to "old-school" house music, like Motorbass and most of the Crydamoure/Roulé stuff that came out. I'm still amazed by the sound of their 909s beats and their soulful samples. Example : But I can't make a "good" house song . I mean I actually do put 4-to-the-floor 909 patterns with some bass and sample but I never managed to have something actually House-sounding. I suck pretty much with the EQ and Compressor things (except for sidechaining pads in Ab
  3. Was wondering how everyone shaved, by which I mean faces. It occurred to me that I worked out my shaving technique myself because I didn't have the older brother/uncle/father figure to show me. For years I've been wet shaving with a Gillette Sensor Excel. Fill sink with hot water and splash my face with it. Apply Nivea shaving gel. I start at my sideburns and work my way towards the middle of my face. Do my chin last as it's the densest with hair, so takes longer and is more unpleasant. Recently I thought "Why do the most unpleasant part last?" So instead have been starting at my l
  4. Lately there have been a couple threads about how to improve musically. Electronic music has so few objective rules which is part of what makes it so liberating but it can also be daunting and difficult to figure out which direction to go in. One route is simply to copy some of your favorite music, reverse engineering it from the bottom up, part by part. I think a lot of people get started this way. This can get boring and I tend to avoid doing it but this seems very educational. Obviously being too analytical about this can make it less fun, but isn't that exactly what "real" musicia
  5. Helleuh, how are you? I am searching for this article, could anyone post a pdf somewhere? thanks a lot (Maybe some reward for the one is possible as I have the entire "bass solo live in Paris" footage...thanks
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