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My channel features vintage audio equipment demonstrations and psychedelic music from vinyl records. I also DJ old school goa trance from the 90s. I was taught how to mix using house and techno techniques from my aunt DJ Dawna Montell and our style utilizes phrasing in unique ways to allow long, seamless, transitions from one track to the next by playing them both at the same time for an extended period of time creating an all new "third" track from the combined melodies of both records making it difficult for listeners to identify when one track ends and the other begins. There aren't very many goa and psy DJs who mix like me so I take pride in what I'm able to bring to DJing psychedelic trance. Ill leave a link to my most acclaimed mix. It currently has the most all time views on psynews site and was well received on soundcloud. Please like comment and share. Dont forget to subscribe. Let's keep psy alive for generations to come.
Highly recommended for those of you who enjoy listening to goa and psy on vinyl records and want the absolute best in fidelity. I use a DBX 3BX series ii which is a 3 band expander that processes dynamic range expansion independently across three seperate frequency bands. Dynamic range expansion attenuates the volume of quiet sounds below a given threshold and makes them sound quieter while boosting loud passages to sound louder. The expansion of the difference in volume of the signal is key to making it sound like live music and not a compressed mp3 played on a clock radio. I have to mention the reduced surface noise and wider stereo image being some of the benefits of adding one in your system. Combined with a graphic equalizer and subharmonic synthesizer which processes the lowest frequency and the notes played in the incoming signal and synthesises the the same notes but in a frequency 50% lower and re introduces them back into the signal. This gives a low end that you feel more than hear.. DBX gear is highly recommended