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  1. Hi guys, how's it going? Hope you're all managing to stay sane. I've spent a bunch of time recently rewriting my music software in Clojure, this is my first track with the new system. Let me know what you think:
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  2. This is great !!!! It was much easier for me to break it down to two parts. The first part had that early 00's vibe to it, early spiral trax, early Lish's music. Brings back a lot of good memories of nights on a foggy dance floor out in god knows where. The second part (4:27) was when it hits the spot for me, i cant actually put my hand on the spot so ill just use the term "when you listen to a minilogue track" and somewhere it all starts to make a bit more sense. towards the end i wished it to be a bit more explosive, but im after a few weeks of going through ps
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  3. That's a bit tricky to explain, and it's not that I'm such an expert. I'm listening in a relatively decent environment (have some acoustic treatment in there) with good monitors and headphones... the same room where I mix my own stuff. What I hear is that your bass seems to be indeed concentrated around the root harmonic without much harmonic content in the upper octaves, if any at all, and the kick barely has any impact, it's just a short midrange sound, not even very clicky. The kick/bass in psy is not just low frequenices, it actually populates the area from the lowest sub to
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  4. Great track, really slick production as always. The cheesy euphoric melodic section after the breakdown is a highlight, as is the part that starts at 6:16.
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  5. That was quite something!!! :o Can you link to that Clojure software? I never heard of it and what I googled seemed not for music?
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  6. This might require a bit more mixing/mastering work (IMO it still doesn't have enough bass - not in the sense that you should add more low frequencies, but the bass and especially the kick somewhat lack presence and impact). But sonically and musically it's really impressive!
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  7. omg havent seen you in years man. gotta catch up some day. so wait, you actually program your own daw? music reminds me slightly of both MFG, Planet BEN, and Hara Gobi. but its certainly its own style.
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  8. Pretty good! You? As if anyone in here ever was! It's quite long but nice. Now code a spell checker!
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  9. We realised indeed the order of the tracks on the vinyl is different from the vinyls itself... But no worries, the one written on the vinyl itself is the right one That was too much "copy/paste". It wont happen again! Anyway, we printed 250, and it sold really well, we have like 40 left at this point. We are very surprised about this! Of course these are all big names, so not sure how it would end with lesser known names... But it gives us the will to continue to press some stuff in the future on bakelite!
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  10. HALLO. I'm AZ NHJO HYENNRO AZ MHSV TKIYCIV AZ XVER VKTNZER fromj SOUTH KOREA. Today free name band name: Name 1. Martin Zopper 2. John Van Buuren 3. Psytic Heaved 4. Martin Prozeed 5. John Van Roland 6. Tristan Vayer 7. Bob Starx 8. Tizen Xuper 9. Hiver Stardd 10. Michael John Van Fijk Bandname 1. XRPX 2. STFX 3. Acid Tekno 4. Acid Viper 5. Goa Zupered 6. Psyground 7. Psysuperman 8. XRVT Megaman 9. ZRO STR 10. Zehn Van Dicbox Bandname If you want reall
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  11. HALLO. I'm AZ NHJO HYENNRO AZ MHSV TKIYCIV AZ XVER VKTNZER fromj SOUTH KOREA. Today free name band name: Name 1. Paul Von Xijk 2. Martin Xorcer 3. Tavin Singrer 4. Ravin Zuperd 5. Ray Sangarder 6. Titan Signerzer 7. Vim Tkvkner 8. Zupist Zorke 9. Tim Boughter 10. San Van Buuren Bandname 1. Psykobeat 2. Psychojohn 3. Psybooster 4. Goa Vavom 5. Rav Synth 6. Tik Musterx 7. Isen Vorak 8. Sanger Vitkner 9. Tiver Gordance 10. Mike Van Rubbex Bandname
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  12. Artist: Various Title: Trance Mix 5 Label: BMI Records Date: 1995 1. Hallucinogen - LSD 2. Akasha - Ace of Wands 3. Moog - Euromotors 4. Baas Complex - Sample Your Mind 5. Moondust - Are We Alone 6. Slinky Wizard - Wizard 7. Union Jack - Cactus 8. Binary Xperience - Penguin 9. Digital Island - Cosmic Ocean Is this what I think it is? No...it can't be... Retro video game Centipede emanating from a floating pedestal sink amidst the barren Arizona desert? That's right. Trance Mix 5 *cacophonous crescendo!!!!!* What else could it be? N
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  13. HALLO. I'm AZ NHJO HYENNRO AZ MHSV TKIYCIV AZ XVER VKTNZER fromj SOUTH KOREA. Today free name band name: 1. Martin Crooper 2. Xnox Detard 3. Phico Korister 4. Mike Van Vensen 5. Armin Von Xoren 6. John Van Bxcer 7. Satin Van Xry 8. Trister Van Nuuren 9. Paul Von Buuren 10. Zehn Von Stryer bandname: 1. XGW 2. Psymood 3. Goaway 4. Godgoa 5. Psybooster 6. Psykoxelic 7. XVF 8. Rter Xmode 9. Shiva Technobeats 10. SSC thanks If you want really your own name bandname conta
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  14. Send protection. All that anal and only so much latex.
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  15. unique and free-style, and has as other dudes said really amazing quality. not music i would vibe to personally but holy crap does it sound well made.
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  17. Nice track. Very good production and nice melodies. To my taste there is too much starts/stops/glitches in there but I suppose it would work well at a dancefloor.
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  18. its so hard to decide....what about bruce lee? is he stronger than Astral Projection?
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