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Was a pretty hard set with a lot of weird mixing sometimes lol. I'm currently reconstructing and re-recording the mix for my own pleasure and of course for the people who couldn't attend. Not all trac

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i read this sticker thing only about berghain, you have a source they do this at funkhaus? if mobiles are prohibited i wouldn't take the camera out, who knows, maybe someone kicks you out, way too risky!

 

it's not about the concert itself, i don't need to take pictures or whatever. in fact i think it's a good idea so that you stop focussing on that thing and dance away. maybe just wanted to send a small clip to my wife to give her an impression of where i am :-D... the problem is more: what if you meet the artists and ask them for a picture? would be sad not to have the possibility...

They do it at practically every club so Funkhaus wouldn't surprise me. And as for not being able to take a photo with the artist.... Thing is people just don't ask for that here. I dunno, photos and videos in clubs in general in Berlin is just not the done thing.
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i read this sticker thing only about berghain, you have a source they do this at funkhaus? if mobiles are prohibited i wouldn't take the camera out, who knows, maybe someone kicks you out, way too risky!

 

it's not about the concert itself, i don't need to take pictures or whatever. in fact i think it's a good idea so that you stop focussing on that thing and dance away. maybe just wanted to send a small clip to my wife to give her an impression of where i am :-D... the problem is more: what if you meet the artists and ask them for a picture? would be sad not to have the possibility...

They do it at practically every club so Funkhaus wouldn't surprise me. And as for not being able to take a photo with the artist.... Thing is people just don't ask for that here. I dunno, photos and videos in clubs in general in Berlin is just not the done thing.

 

 

well funkhaus is not a "club" really, but i see your point, berlin's a bit special. so what, in the end the moment counts!

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i bought myself the expensive elacin ones as i will need them in the future too. they are customised for your ears. really curious what they will sound like!

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As they were going, I got my nephew who moved to Berlin recently a ticket.... the little innocent chap will not know what the hell hit him!

 

We must organize a watmm meetup in some local beer-related premises!

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Just bought my ticket! Will be my first time seeing him (and Luke Vibert) live (since stupid Arvika festival went bankrupt the year that they booked him...), very exciting!

I'm leaving from Tegel airport the next morning, does anyone have any suggestion for a good place to stay? I had hoped to try a capsule hotel or something like that but some quick googling didn't provide any hits. Maybe I'll just go straight from the after party to the airport and slumber there...

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Hi everyone, I know this is kind of short notice, but just wanted to say that I'm going by car from Munich to Berlin on Thursday, so if any of you fine fellows should need a lift anywhere along the way, just PM me. 

 

Pretty stoked about this gig; I'm a longtime fan, but inexplicably never saw the man perform in the flesh until now. This is going to be good.

 

:aphexsign:

 

 

I've also read the rules.

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i'm buying some earplugs for the show. someone rec'd etymotic er-20s. is that the way to go?

 

You're probably sorted by now, but I went for the V-Moda Faders VIP. Bought them expressly for this show, so haven't really tried them out in the wild as yet, but I've heard some good things about them and also tested them at home with Collapse EP on eleven -- sounded pretty good, highs were a tad muffled, but that's to be expected I guess.

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i'm buying some earplugs for the show. someone rec'd etymotic er-20s. is that the way to go?

 

You're probably sorted by now, but I went for the V-Moda Faders VIP. Bought them expressly for this show, so haven't really tried them out in the wild as yet, but I've heard some good things about them and also tested them at home with Collapse EP on eleven -- sounded pretty good, highs were a tad muffled, but that's to be expected I guess.

 

 

yep, even with the very expensive ones, highs get a bit muffled, but it's ok and waaay better than other earplugs. those highs are also the "bad" frequencies, so... and with a big soundsystem it will be totally ok i guess!

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wtf, now it's officialy one of the best line-ups ever. I was happy with Turin because of Skee Mask but the Berlin line-up has kind of eclipsed all that. DJ Nigga Fox is going to be an endurace test.

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why? it's prob gonna be better then afx his set

Didn't like his set at Meakusma two years ago, same with his releases
Hope he changes your mind this time. Wish i could see it, awesome rave music imo. anyway have a blast
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is there a timetable yet? I only found this: 6:30 PM – 11:59 PM on facebook. Any of you guys know if you can leave the location during the concert and return? 

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