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(116 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

i'm sure this will all go in flares manifesto at some point

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(116 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

semantics

Wherever Robot Heart is go there.

Lee Burridge also throws down amazing sets every year.

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(116 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:
drwho13 wrote:
Inex wrote:

The album sounds great and it's free. I don't see how someone can complain about this.

Diarrhea is also free. I complain about that too.

Diarrhea [sic] doesn't sound great though, does it?

The Dixon remix of my last bowel movement is ace.

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(116 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Inex wrote:

The album sounds great and it's free. I don't see how someone can complain about this.

Diarrhea is also free. I complain about that too.

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

his older stuff as maceo plex is superb. agreed that his maetrik moniker is much more palatable than his current plex stuff.

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(116 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Gotta give it to Gerber and Puff Daddy, this is even worse than I thought it would be.

Listen if you hate your ears: http://thump.vice.com/1111

Got tagged for this, so I donated money.

Personally, I like my charity minus the self-aggrandizing.

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(10 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

haha

Can't imagine how horrific an Aphex Twin "set" would be.

Love his old albums, but in a live setting? Yikes.

Anyone use one of these? Very interested.

http://www.allen-heath.com/ahproducts/xonek2/

no prob. gonna check out the last hour of it today.

really impressed with nearly everyone le tough has done in the past year.

Mano Le Tough's set from Space on August 7th - http://goo.gl/suIWnR

Watched "Awakenings" yesterday. What a film.

millsy23 wrote:

My father in law suffers from depression and he's shit at drawing.

haha

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(77 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

very sad. RIP.

"what dreams may come" is one of my favorite movies.

you can DJ on tin cans for all i care as long as you can properly transition from song to song.

seth troxler is just the underground troll. less talking, better mixing.

ironic as troxler is essentially a less popular aoki.

troxler can find some tunes now and again but is an absolutely terrible DJ across the board.

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(32 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

dogmanstar888 wrote:
drwho13 wrote:

dogman is def flares. couldn't be more obvious. a whole thread devoted to him? c'mon.

Yes, ok then.  I am flares - and although I don't know my real name, I know that I used to be one half of production duo Kings of Spin.

If you can tell me some more stuff about the guy, I'll try to remember it and keep up the pretence just for you, Doctor Who.

just pulling your leg. although now i actually think you are flares.

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(32 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

dogman is def flares. couldn't be more obvious. a whole thread devoted to him? c'mon.

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(6 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Those are the one's.

Don't recommend them for production work as the bass is pretty heavy, but for DJ'ing they're fun.

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(6 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

HS80's for production.

If you want some bass punch the M-Audio BX's are good.

One of the main reasons I own so much NI gear (Z1 +X1 + Maschine) is the feel of the stuff.

Cannot be beat for the price

seanc80 wrote:

Thanks Grant.

Do you miss the jog wheel function drwho13? Have you ever had issues with finding a track quepoint?

I tend to set a lot of cue points before I play tracks so I don't really run into the problem. Also, the visual aspects of the Traktor software makes it relatively easily to find the part of a track you like and set a cue point or points while in the mix.

It's a majorly different experience using just the Z1 + X1 + computer as opposed to actually having some decks or a CDJ in front of you though. Once you get comfortable being a bit "in the box" so to speak it's actually quite easy.

I use the computer or cue points to get it where I want it to go.

The touch-strip isn't something I would rely on for cueing.