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Everything posted by maxime999

  1. I have a pair of Adam A7, and it's true it doesn't go very low and the basses aren't mad loud. But they are very clear, clean and present. You'll have to get used to it. You might mix the bass too loud at the beginning, but if you compare with other sound system, you'll get used to how much bass you need to put. And I'm very happy with them
  2. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=63076133851 http://www.accessallareas.org/cgi-bin/whatson.pl http://www.myspace.com/alphaomegaevents : Liquid and Frogs Main Stage :: Psychedelic Trance Hallucinogen Green Nuns of the Revolution Earthling Tron Paul Taylor Chameleon Natzan vs Pieman :: Tribal Vision and Om Liquid :: Progressive Techno Vibrasphere DJ Slater Luke Porter Hamish Morph Trevor P Geo Simon B :: Archangel Breaks and Waveform :: Breaks General Midi The Breakfastaz Mary Miss Fairy Drum Monkeys Agent Smith Rms & Peak :: Broken :: Electro Tom Real Simon Pieman Frank Opus Spiney Gacid Loke vs Konflux Anyone going?
  3. Black Adder it has all the greatest British comedian: Rowan Atkison, Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie
  4. They play on friday in birmingham, and on saturday in london.
  5. No they close, it's a cafe, they don't have a license to open late. They're not even supposed to have a dancing area. But then there is the Astrix&Friends party and Whirl-y-gig and hundreds of other nights, this is london after all .
  6. Megabus is your friend (assuming you live in the uk)!
  7. http://www.inspiralled.net/index.php?optio...&Itemid=378 Is anyone going?
  8. what is it with psytrance fan always wanting to be non-mainstream, even within the genre?
  9. slow, paced jazz like coltrane, stan getz, bill evans
  10. I did, I was dancing next to him actually. That new track with the melodic drums was pretty insane. I loved it!
  11. wooo I got my ticket! See you guys at the inspiral lounge (great place to hang out)! You should check out cyberdog as well as it's in the same area.
  12. I thought they was more people than this making music on this forum, where are they?
  13. maybe hes not real!

  14. yes that's what i meant. As sequencer I would suggest Logic & Ableton but I'm open to other things. As for plugins, Albino 3 and Vanguard
  15. Yes. I prefer the Idea of laying down a simple structure then we gradually add instruments/fx to it Also we have to be clear on who is working when on the song. It'd be stupid for two person to work on it at the same time, the merging would be a pain in the ass. Actually I don't really know how to use Ableton :-). Maybe Fruity Loops then? What are the limitation on the demo? I see the express version is pretty cheap, or I might just do a search on google
  16. Yes they are several variations on this idea. I've listened to the Slsknet album like this and it's brilliant! I prefer the 3 day idea as it enables to refine what's been already done and you can focus on parts of the production you like and you're good at (melodies, mixing, bass, drums, ...). I'm guessing the majority of people have PC, so maybe ableton would be the best solution due to its popularity. For the VSTs I can safely assume everyone has Albino 3. For the effects there are tones of free and high quality stuff. It can be a great way also to see how other people work to give ideas for your own production. Music productions need to be more open!
  17. I was thinking we could maybe create a track with several people. The idea would be one starts a track and passes it around however wants to add something to it. Who would be interested? I guess we would need to agree on a DAW, synth, style, bpm, ... I use Logic 8 and Ableton 6, but I can get any free DAW out there. Maybe we can only use free synth (of course you can record whatever you want and add it as audio) and free effects? Then the style something not to exentric with a bpm of 142 of something like that. We could do something like 3 days per person so we can have as many participant as possible. Of course you can't create the whole track and just need to add, modify a few things here and there and avoid changing the kick/bass everytime, things like that. What do you guys think?
  18. sesto sento - come together!!!! Actually I'll listen to it now!
  19. I don't have any portable player or hi-fi, just my computer. I don't like listening to music while traveling or working. So a few hours ( like 2-3 ) a day when I'm at home, on my bed or on a sofa doing mindless things like surfing the web, smoking, chilling with some friends... But it's mainly Psytrance (cutoff with some Jazz or highly repetitive minimal techno when anti-psytrance friends are at home). I have another question, if you listen to music in your room and you need to leave the room for a couple of seconds to grab some food, go to the toilett, whatever, do you pause the music?
  20. I've been doing this track for quite sometime and I can't seem to finish it. I keep changing small details (and sometimes big) without really improving. Can you guys give me some advice? Is it maybe a bit too "packed" with layers? It's a pretty chilled atmospheric track (130bpm) http://www.files.to/get/363052/jkp9yk8tcf (sorry I couldn't be bothered to upload it somewhere nice) Thanks!
  21. Very nice! Groovy! Quite minimal, but sadly I got a bit bored towards the end ( too repetitive ), but maybe you intended to be it like this. I absolutely love the bass! What (soft) synth did you use? And what sort of presets if I may ask? When you say a quick mix, you mean quick at composing the track or mixing the layers together? Good work!
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