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TR-909 acid tracks wanted!


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After listening to Analord 09, I wanted to hear more 909+acid around 140bpm.

Unfortunately, I was unable to find more than 3 tracks.

 

I would like to make a strictly "909" mini mix for Saturday but am unable to find tracks where 909 really cuts through, as dominant component in the track.

 

I'm looking for more technoish-acid tracks.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

p.s. sorry if I am posting in the wrong forum, but since I know that many of EKT-ers are on friendly terms with tr-909, I thought I'd give it a shot.

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Squarepusher showing how's it done:

 

My favorite acid track:

 

There's loads of tracks, you have to post examples other than the Analords.

 

Thanks a bunch! "Acid Tape" is a bit too fast, but great choice anyway. I think "Acid Schroeder" was made with tr-909 too

 

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Squarepusher showing how's it done:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MoFEomFmLU

 

My favorite acid track:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLz9AvHtliY

 

There's loads of tracks, you have to post examples other than the Analords.

 

Thanks a bunch! "Acid Tape" is a bit too fast, but great choice anyway. I think "Acid Schroeder" was made with tr-909 too http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkCfG8WJsDQ

 

That's a TR-707..

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There are so many Ceephax tracks that do actually use the 909, why did you use that as an example?

 

Because it's hard for me to hear the difference sometimes. For 707, Tambourine and cowbell are usually a giveaway for me, but I often mix snares, kicks and hihats sometimes. Good enough?

 

Thanks for Ceephax clips!

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Because it's hard for me to hear the difference sometimes. For 707, Tambourine and cowbell are usually a giveaway for me, but I often mix snares, kicks and hihats sometimes.

Well, since you're on the lookout for 909 tracks, just know that the telltale signs of the 909 are the bassdrum, the snare, the toms, and the rimshot. get familiar with those, and the 909 gets pretty obvious in songs.

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Because it's hard for me to hear the difference sometimes. For 707, Tambourine and cowbell are usually a giveaway for me, but I often mix snares, kicks and hihats sometimes.

Well, since you're on the lookout for 909 tracks, just know that the telltale signs of the 909 are the bassdrum, the snare, the toms, and the rimshot. get familiar with those, and the 909 gets pretty obvious in songs.

 

I'm just getting to know the toms and the rimshot! Thanks, this info is gold to me.

 

 

Nice one! thanks!

 

 

This is THE sh*t!

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