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I am trying to find out who was the "best drum programmer" according to Richard. I remember reading that it must have been on one of the tracks he dumped on soundcloud but were later removed, along with his comment.

does anyone recall who he was talking about? I can even faintly picture an album cover, but can't remember names

while we're at it I'd love to know who your favorite drum programmer is

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skrillex

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thank god. I knew it ended with x. it was paradox

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thank god. I knew it ended with x. it was paradox

ahh so thats where thats from, here is a thread about that

 

https://forum.watmm.com/topic/95874-aphex-paradox/

 

edit: also https://forum.watmm.com/topic/87945-paradox-paradox-music/?hl=paradox

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Mozex?

His drum programming is ill as fuck.

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Posted (edited)

 

Mozex?

His drum programming is ill as fuck.

 

rumor has it he also goes under "steinvord" Edited by MIXL2

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Paradox is good, but he’s no Tech Itch.

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Cyberworm is pretty deece.

 

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Equinox?

 

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i think it was paradox  - he was well bloody good in Berlin with his ancient set-up and jungle-sample quips!

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i think it was paradox - he was well bloody good in Berlin with his ancient set-up and jungle-sample quips!

Oh yeah. The OP actually said earlier. Should’ve read the thread. Seen Paradox live, he’s ace. Equinox is probably my favourite tho due to the ridiculous amen fuckerey he churns out.

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while we're at it I'd love to know who your favorite drum programmer is

 

Heorge Garrison

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squarepusher and shitmat for me tbqh

 

also whoever that is who programs the drums on Agoraphobic Nosebleed

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while we're at it I'd love to know who your favorite drum programmer is

 

RDJ

 

:aphexsign: :aphexsign: :aphexsign:

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squarepusher and shitmat for me tbqh

 

this and phineus II

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Equinox?

 

:music:

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squarepusher and shitmat for me tbqh

 

also whoever that is who programs the drums on Agoraphobic Nosebleed

Squarepusher immediately comes to mind. Regarding agoraphobic nosebleed , Scott Hull is programming the drums.

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squarepusher and shitmat for me tbqh

 

this and phineus II

 

also remarc for fucks sake

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Keith Moon 

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So what are the parameters for admiring a good drum programmer? Is it a groove sped up, utter complexity, the understanding of the drums themselves and how they fit with the rest, or something else?

 

 

I've thought that this one is one of my best in regards to beat work, but the feel of the drums is dependent upon everything else and vice versa.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5N_CCrFiCQ

 

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I'm going to nominate Steve Gurley

 

 

Speaking of comments by Richard. I'm trying to track down the track he said he "nicked" the beat from for popcorn (I think...). what the fuck was that I remember it was lit.

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