Original Sin D For Danger + Decibel Mix

Discussion in 'Members Mixes' started by BoomF, Mar 8, 2009.

  1. BoomF

    BoomF New Member

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    Hey guys, i've lurked these forums for a while and have just decided to sign up, share my mixes and chat! I mix up tunes using Ableton live 7.

    I know most DnB is mixed with Vinyl and i dont really know what the community's take on computerised mixing is but yeah, its what i do.

    I'm also slowly learning to produce aswell but its going to take sometime before i actually come up with anything worth sharing.

    Anyway, i would love for any of use to check out my short mashup of the 2 tunes and let me know what you think!

    Thanks!

    Download:
    http://dnbshare.com/download/DForDecibel.mp3.html

    Stream:

    www.myspace.com/b00mf

    Theres a few other tunes on the myspace, but the one in subject is called D For Decibel!

    thanks again.
     
  2. Jacomelli

    Jacomelli J4COM3LL1

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    Alryt mate.

    I like what you have done with that D for Decibel. very cool.

    you should really learn how to mix via decks you got much more of a buzz from it but using a computa it pretty niffty.
     
  3. BoomF

    BoomF New Member

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    Thanks alot bud

    I've been thinkin about buying a set of decks with them being much more physical and all that, but i'm skiint just now and i dunno if it'd be worth it seeing as i can more or less do what they can and more using ableton + a midi controller.

    thanks again :)
     
  4. Blurr

    Blurr Wasted Selection

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    it's ok but this isn't really what dnb mixing is about

    i would recommend learning on real decks as it gives you the basics and you'll probably be more respected if u can mix on all formats, there's nothing worse than a laptop DJ who thinks he's on par with someone on wax but it depends what ur doing with ableton, isn't it what fresh uses for soundweapon? and i think moldover (not a dnb DJ but the man is a genius when it comes to mixing using a midi controller) uses a similar setup but i don't know what software

    have a look at some of the 3/4 deck mixes (noize and akro are the best members on here 4 that) and see what they do with the tunes, triple drops, lots of teases etc. and see if you can increase on what they do, actually thinking about it i think there's an ableton DJ on here called vinylabort, check out his stuff too
     
  5. BoomF

    BoomF New Member

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    Okay, thanks for the c.c man. I'll check those guys out!
     
  6. sotalex

    sotalex man your battlestations

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    Do other people also have a bad mastered version of this vinyl (d for danger/decibel) ?
    I mean the high hats are all over the fucking place, can't EQ em right...
    Same with love games/ohm...