JAY WALKER - ALLEN & HEATH VCF FILTER MIX 005 - DEC 2010

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[01] Sound Killa - Jay Walker
>>> Iron Heart - Netsky
[02] Moonwalker - Wilkinson
[03] If We Ever - High Contrast
[04] Creation - Jay Walker
>>> Dubplate - Wots My Code [Total Science RMX]
[05] Follow The Light - Sub Focus
[06] Bass Face - Break
[07] Change You - DC Breaks
>>> Body Rock - Shimon & Andy C
[08] Take The Stairs - Delta Heavy
[09] Babylon - DC Breaks
[10] Halogen - Spor
[11] Disconnect - Jay Walker
[12] Something Out There - Ray Keith [Bladerunner RMX VIP]
[13] Space Time - Delta Heavy
[14] Ladies Night VIP - Demo & Cease
[15] Vamonos - DAVIP & Encode
[16] Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang - High Contrast
>>> Link To The Past - Loadstar
>>> Samurai - Wilkinson
 
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jay walker

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bit of a wierd title lol

its a series of mixes ive been doing, heres the explanation from VOL 1 thread bro...

''Anyone who has mixed on an Allen & Heath knows the filters can transform a set, by combining the High Pass Filter & Band Pass Filter together you get the effect of using the EQ's, shelving the low end, but keeping the mids & highs still dominant in the mix. This is done to perfection by Andy C, many times at the End on the '62 and @ Matter on the '92.

So from this, Ive set myself the challenge of doing a mix ONLY using the VCF - HPF/BPF combo, not touching the EQs at all. There is a bit of crossfader/channel fader work involved, and the mix is a little bit 'loose' at times due to both hands fixed to the VCFs, but im really happy with how it turned out.''
 
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