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plugandplay shhhh don't tell ...
by J.Lang
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Fri, Nov 9, 2007 @ 8:48 AM

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permalink   Fri, Nov 9, 2007 @ 12:54 PM
Ummm this track is so fast :) but you shouldve just took his whole track and chopped it up into 100’s of sections (certian programs will do that for you) and then you couldve take’n out sounds from the track including vocals and darkned it and slowed its pace, but props for doing it up.
ps Thats why I like the secrect mixter thing cus it forces you to step out of your confort zone.
**lets get that project rolling now :)
later lang,
permalink   J.Lang Fri, Nov 9, 2007 @ 1:03 PM
Your right it forced me out of my comfort zone, which is not a bad thing. What programs where you referring to? Are they compatible with pro tools?
permalink   §įǷǷƔ�?ʗʯǷ Fri, Nov 9, 2007 @ 1:45 PM
I use fl studio, and its a ruff one to use with loops, but it does have a slicer which if you load a 4:00 min song into it, its too big but it will slice it into sections of which you can choose, but if you manually cut the track up, and load it into sections it will give you better opitions. I dont know about pro tools but if you can load dll files from that program I think the slicer would work with that program you speak of.
But the first secret mixter I did I had davi rogue and he had some stirght up full tracks that I was not at first very happy with having to remix, but I just sliced them up to the extreme, and in the end the whole track I did was done with justice.
Check it out sometime.
permalink   Sat, Nov 10, 2007 @ 2:51 PM
Regarding the fact that you had to deal with just one audio file, trying to work a non comfortable way, the result is pretty cool.

Though I´m not an expert with this music style, here`s one thought I had while listening: If you take the strong part between 2:00 and around 2:45, let it roll twice as long and then let it be followed by a layer that gives it even more `impact`/or add some fuzzy synth bass/ harder bassdrum, you know, like falling into the next level, believe me, you could keep some Berlin club crowds dancing (I hope that makes sense to you)
permalink   J.Lang Sun, Nov 11, 2007 @ 2:37 PM
Makes a lot of sense. Thanks for listening, if i get time i just might try that.
ditto ditto
permalink   Fri, Nov 9, 2007 @ 1:33 PM
Well, it’s true that you didn’t have a great choise with the “material”, but your work around the sound and the effects is very good. Maybe that a slower tempo will bring something else, more “trip-hop”. And it’s true that we have to force us, it’s sometimes salutary, often the good ideas come like that.
permalink   Mon, Nov 12, 2007 @ 12:35 PM
So far from your Hip Hop / Rn’B usual type of music! But an iteresting one… That reminds me of some old Dance music or techno tracks like “scooter” did in the 90’s…That’s cool perhaps some break using that deedjeredoo sound you’ve put at the end could give that track a more deep aspect.