SWAG VIP?

Saftstein

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#8
No thanks. I'm not really a fan of any of the VIP's from artists on Ram. They pretty much nail it with te first version. Most VIP's seem unecessary.
I agree. Why should you rework a tune that's already a perfect banger. I personally only do VIPs if a tune has some good elements but sucks overall. But the original won't be released anyways. Oh, and i like VIPs in different genres, like this 174 edit from Kove on Way We Are :)
 

SteveR94

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I agree. Why should you rework a tune that's already a perfect banger. I personally only do VIPs if a tune has some good elements but sucks overall. But the original won't be released anyways. Oh, and i like VIPs in different genres, like this 174 edit from Kove on Way We Are :)
This all the way!
 

Ozmatic

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I think these release culture around VIP's has made people a little silly, a VIP can just be to give a DJ something unique or interesting to play or provide a little variation, there's no need for it to be massively different or to bring anything particularly new, it can just be a little cool to hear something you can't hear anywhere else.
 
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