Beats'N'Pieces wrote:
jamie wrote:

everyone knows who everyone else is on here so just reply to people you know aren't him.

Ooooh it's like the Thing!

Next we will find Hannu's shredded LongJohns!

Gen lol at that one!

Holy fire was a quality album, don't know about the earlier ones though, never listened to them.
Will have a listen to the new one and see what it's like.

And as far as remixes go, the Alex Metric mix of bad habit is a monster.

This is a tough one indeed. Here's mine, in no particular order...

1-Depeche Mode - Songs Of Faith And Devotion
2-The Prodigy - The Fat Of The Land
3-Body Count - Cop Killer
4-Paul Van Dyk - Seven Ways
5-Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been
6-The Big Pink - A Brief History Of Love
7-Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The 36 Chambers
8-N.W.A. - Niggaz4life
9-BT - Ima
10-Nirvana - Nevermind

millsy23 wrote:

Virgin Magnetic Material's latest mix. If you like contemplative downtempo stuff it doesn't get much better than this guy imo. … ck-mixtape

His mixes are good, but gets on my tits that he can never get the rap accapellas to sit properly over his tracks/remixes, so they sound all over the place.

Someone was looking for his mixmag cd from 2004, I had a copy on a hd, here you go...


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More then likely it's mixed by Trafik, GU always get them to mix their comps.
Been listening back to GU10 mixed by Trafik, 3 quality discs.

Love their stargazing mixes they've been putting out for the last while too, really well put together.

Been listening to this earlier, from when BT was good and banging out quality tunes...

01. Love, Peace And Grease (BT's Puma Fila Remix)
02. Mercury & Solace
03. Believer
04. Blue Skies (BT Mix / Paul Van Dyk Mix)
05. Remember (Paul Van Dyk Mix)
06. Love, Peace And Grease (Potent Pill Mix)
07. Flaming June

I use neutron music player app on my iPhone.
Plays everything and you have ftp support too, so that you can copy tracks over to your device and not have to rely on iTunes.

It plays flac and everything else you can throw at it, and also gapless playback for MP3 works on both lame encoded albums as well as albums/mixes that have been encoded with iTunes and contain the iTunes gapless tag metadata.
The stock iOS music player has bugs in it which causes random gaps/pauses between some transitions on albums. And also lame encoded MP3 albums don't play 100% perfectly smooth gapless playback, it's not very noticeable but it's there. Neutron fixes both of these issues and play all my MP3 mixes fine.

Cue sheets are a gift, I make my own and can split up long mixes into separate tracks and have them all tagged, named and numbered.

Just had this on in the background, not a bad mix... … -on-beats1

I don't think he's that bad, there's plenty of worse producers churning shit out on a daily basis.

He's able to balance both sides of the spectrum, make the big cheesy tunes for the stadiums and then make the occasional tech banger too.
His last 2 pryda eps had a decent mix of styles, at least one track for everyone.


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The first 3 albums are classics, ima and escm still sound class.

I did like his one from 2012, was the closest thing that he did in ages to his old non cheesy trance stuff. … se/4113488

Homegrove wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

I think when he says "banged the shit out of it", he means like that Live From Ibiza Carl Cox Essential Mix he did where he played for a crowd that kept shouting "eddie eddie". as in Eddie fucking halliwell. Absolute beast of a mix and relentless, but definitely not Disc 1 disc 2 territory.

That was the 2008 Amnesia essential mix. I put that regularly in the background when I need to get shit done at home.

Great mix that, the one with the Alan Fitzpatrick mix of k19 on it and Timo Maas - Subtelite.

Really enjoying the new rock / alternative album from John "Quivver" Graham... … IDqQKIAeMl


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Viz is quality, always give me a laugh.
Loved the kangaroo letter.


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smallman1 wrote:
loopdokter wrote:

I just don't understand why Dermo keeps getting let back on here.  He's like a kleptomaniac who keeps promising not to steal, then gets thrown back into jail when he does.

Throw away the key.  This place is happier without him.  It only takes a bit of time before his 'reform' goes back to his old ways.

Best post you've ever written Loops.

100% correct.

Yep, totally agree too.


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jamie wrote:

just listened to that iffy remix of Ohmna for the first time.

what a load of old gash. awful, awful track.

the original is probably my favourite sasha track and the remix does absolutely nothing with it.

That's exactly what I think too. He ruined one of my all time fave tracks.
There's no backstory for this from me, I just think he ruined a great track with piss poor production and I don't know why everyone jumped all over this. The levels are all over the place, the samples are shit, everything just seems like it was done by Sasa Savic using ejay or something like that.

I'll try an dig out those Simon Firth Sasha mixes for you, but he's on here and on soundcloud, so I'm sure if you drop him a message he'll hook you up.


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Have to say, Ima, ESCM, and Seven Ways all have dated well, great albums and can still listen to them today. Airdrawndagger hasn't dated that well, apart from one or two of the tracks on it, the rest just sound a bit bland now.

And I think I must be the only person who thinks that nomad in the dark so called mix of ohmna is a fucking atrocity.
Simon firth did quality mixes of arkham asylum and belfunk that were worth a listen. He was going to do a mix of ohmna too, but didn't because it was around the time of the shit iffy remix was floating about.

matttymm wrote:

Here you go!!!

Fill your boots.!TYhVlBqR%21JQmJNH7--xaKmqIifr2JQA

BTW - the Sasha set sounds all washed out

Yeah, sounds a bit crap. And the balance is off too in parts.
Just had a look at my copy and it's the same. If anyone else has a decent rip of this set, hook us up!

Ten times better then vapourspace, I liked it.
Still wouldn't think it was a typical Sasha track if it didn't have his name on it, sounds just like your usual beatport tech house chart track.

Sbando wrote:

Appreciated, Gerald.

No probs, enjoy wink

I managed to buy a copy of the cd for a few quid and I've ripped it to 320 with cue file and beefed up the audio a bit too, seeing as some of the tracks on the mix are quite low.

Here it is if anyone wants a copy...

Or if that link dies, here's another one...

Just been checking out mixmeister studio v7 and it seems ok so far.
Question though, any idea how to set the master tempo for the mix?

Loaded in a track and its 129bpm and the next track is 125bpm, and when it's mixing into the next track the 129bpm slows down to match the 125bpm track that's mixing in.

Any idea if you can set the master tempo to 126 or whatever and have all the tracks stick to that set master bpm?

Yeah Foobar2000 is a decent music player for windows, look into it.

smashdad wrote:

01 –Lustral Everytime (Red Jerry Mix) 6:39 
02 –Energy 52 Café Del Mar (Three 'N One Mix) 9:08 
03 –Solar Stone* The Calling (Inner Peace Mix)  4:46 
04 –Nalin & Kane Beachball (Original Club Mix)  5:45 
05 –Viper T. Twister (Terry Francis Dub) 4:30 
06 –Sil Windows (Original First Take)  3:12 
07 –Saints & Sinners Peace (Original Mix)  5:41 
08 –Rodd-Y-Ler Lifesigns  5:57 
09 –JX There's Nothing I Won't Do (JX & Red Jerry Dub)6:56 
10 –L.S.G. Netherworld (Terry's Patchwork Mix)  3:29 
11 –Marmion Schöneberg (Man With No Name Remix) 6:44 
12 –JX Son Of A Gun ('95 Mix)  6:50 

Re-ripped as a one-track 320k mp3

Here you go - link is good till my Dropbox bandwidth gets limited...

Nice one mate, good stuff.
Did you rip that again straight from the cd?

Appreciate it wink

smashdad wrote:

Yeah - got it ripped as (lossless) component tracks - happy to send it like that now or, if you give me a while, I'll play it through the soundcard and save it as one (lossless or 320kbs mp3) file - choice is yours...?

Thanks man, if benson doesn't come through with his rips then I'll give you a shout.