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filitico

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About filitico

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  • Birthday 01/01/2001

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    lost of stuff.
    musically check out my last.fm scrobbleureur
    http://www.last.fm/user/djfilitico
  1. We all know of Beatport by now. However, where can I pick from a large selection of psytrance tracks? Beatport's selection sucks for teh psy, and Psyshop does not offer that service... I can't be buying these albums with 1-2 good tracks and filler for the rest! $15 for 2 tracks is robbery IMO. I would pay $2.50 each no problem...
  2. We all know of Beatport by now. However, where can I pick from a large selection of psytrance tracks? Beatport's selection sucks for teh psy, and Psyshop does not offer that service... I can't be buying these albums with 1-2 good tracks and filler for the rest! $15 for 2 tracks is robbery IMO. I would pay $2.50 each no problem...
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    checking out the minimal mix good start so far playlist!
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    that's just too easy all you have to do is throw reason and compassion out the window!
  5. this has been asked like 1000 times on psynews try virtual dj or traktor
  6. +1 although some are kinda good sometimes (like pumping up before going out to play some futbol )
  7. never heard of any of them probably all of them are the same guy
  8. this can be done as a cooperative 1. gather some netlabels and graphic artists to produce cd packaging for the albums up for pressing 2. use existing duplication technology that has as good quality as replication 3. expenses will be less through the cooperative's collective load. 4. use a fed-ex or ups etc mail-to-order system or go to #6 5. automate the process like how newegg.com does it by giving shipment tracking numbers etc 6. get some distribution deals with a major record label * 7. combine with online distribution (aka like kompakt does for small minimal techno labels) 8. do
  9. hoping you were being sarcastic there. fedex, ups, whatever deliver worldwide. without them many people would have to fly to germany and visit the psyshop warehouse. what a pain in the ass. I'd do it in October for obvious reasons though
  10. software does indeed mix the tracks for you if you want it to. People just want to see that you are doing something and not just dancing around the booth with a premade track list you did the night before. there is nothing wrong with not being able to beatmatch...since that takes a lot of effort I notice that most new DJs bypass that completely and do the software thing. older DJs transitioning to software bring in their traditional skills and learn the new stuff too. mixing with vinyl is damn sexy it just looks cooler than any other way. Its a pain in the ass to carry though. the f
  11. like infected mushroom bringing in linkin park fans?
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