great album

jules72 wrote:
Neko wrote:


i forgot about this

rest in peace purple one

yeah this mix is fucking incredible.

even with all the hype, it doesn't disappoint.

*golf clap*

witcher 3, super smash bros, mgs v


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of course someone posted about it because it's fucking great


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Have had his BM mix on repeat for a few weeks now: … g-man-2015

Also dig his productions.

Anyone seen him live?




For people saying Danny Daze I'm going to assume he's improved from the last time I saw him a few years ago. He threw down one of the worst sets I've ever heard opening for Lee at the Morgan in BK NYE. Burridge destroyed it that night.

Best mixes/albums to drive around to?

Used to love Sander's e-mix back in 2001 which was the last time I was really driving around. New car, ready to rock.


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for as bad as the dolphins are and they are very bad, they're still gonna thrash the jets.


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loopdokter wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Invented in Canada FYI.

Thanks BF.  I didn't even have to say it.  Haha.

The Canadian Football League rules are the 'original' rules... Larger field, one extra man on the field and one less down.  It makes it a bit more exciting, except the CFL doesn't get the quality of players the NFL does.

joke league. thanks for cam wake.


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best sport. nothing comes close.

Go Dolphins.

Lee Burridge's latest burning man mix.

It's great.

started on v1.5 and had a good deal of experience with reason/fruity loops/buzz before live.

if you're a musician and can read/write music this stuff is a breeze. basic synthesis concepts + live can take you really far.

neither are pre-requisites though as there are a ton of tutorials available on youtube or premium sites nowadays.

zackster wrote:
Gillactico wrote:

It's easy to be tempted to buy the latest outboard remake or softsynth but you're just wasting your money and time.

at least you can resell gear. vsts and plugins are the real wast of money, imo.

disagree. i've gotten more usage out of u-he's diva then just about any synth i've ever owned. granted, i've sold some fucking awesome synths i wish i had back.

as always, it comes down to how well you know your gear/plugins.

push is awesome btw. if you want other awesome controllers check out the livid stuff. top quality.


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dixon remix is better

Big Fella wrote:

Laptops don't look as impressive if you trying to impress a prog/tech house bird.

pretty much

or you could just buy a laptop for the same price and then have a laptop with software that can do the exact same thing.

laptop + controller + software makes a trillion times more sense than shelling out for 1 or 2 of these.

just use a computer jeezus

this is good

seanc80 wrote:

Trentemoller - Always Something Better (Dj Tennis & Mind Against Remix) … ed-preview

this is great

liquitech1 wrote:

I like the look of this bad boy for some drum making..

Got the MK2 a few months back. Solid piece of gear. The studio version is probably overkill for most.

Colly wrote:

Kasabian's latest effort is excellent

thanks for the tip, this is great.

Heard good things about the Mini and Micro Brute.

Depends how much you want to spend though.

Best synth I've ever owned was the Alesis A6. Can't believe I sold it...