WHO PRODUCES ON HERE

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Dj Reaction, Mar 21, 2003.

  1. Dj Reaction

    Dj Reaction New Member

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    Just interested to know who produces stuff on here, and what kind of style they are into
     
  2. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    I do, I make whatever Im feelin really - Dancefloor, dark, breakbeat business!

    Word :)
     
  3. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    Word indeed SDM - your production is spot-on imo.

    I like to think of myself as a producer/dj - i make jump-up dancefloor bizness and heavy rollers!

    the man to check imo is bad ace inc. aka dj traxie -
    his tunes have more kick than a mule on amphetamines!
    a shit-load should be up within the week,
    im sure he’ll put a thread up soon enough!! he said hes got tunes on www.mp3.com -
    but maybe coz im mac, i cant find em.

    Ive got a couple of tunes dun-dutta- but dont have the capability to upload em to a site coz
    im having to use my mac at work. Anyways - plenty to come!!
     
  4. eljay

    eljay New Member

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    i try to !
     
  5. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    Im learnin :) Bigups to the M-Code for helping me a lot! Not forgetting Raiden for the tips when I pop round his house.

    Respect 2 u both :afro:
     
  6. freeagent

    freeagent Almost 30

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    I try to produce too.
     
  7. M-Code

    M-Code Hubbidy Hibbedy

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    i also produce. check my stuff on the dubs page and decide what style they are for yourself :pimp:

    no problem sdm :spliff:

    bigup yaself for playing my tunes :slayer:
     
  8. diamond_geezer

    diamond_geezer Member

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    i like to think im a bit of a producer :slayer:

    i spend my days making ragga jungle :afro:
     
  9. Affliction

    Affliction thought size didnt matter

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    producing for nearly 5 years now :spliff:

    eevil darkness for me - not techy, slightly more organic evilness :evil:
     
  10. phono

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  11. sketchy

    sketchy New Member

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    amens amens amens, reece reece reece .... ;)
     
  12. daze

    daze pocket of resistance

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    one dabbles of occasion.
     
  13. Kaotix

    Kaotix New Member

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    I'm learning, any help or tips would be kool! I've been using mostly Cuebase and Kontact with an Emu and a Virus C. I'd like to hear what you all use for drum programming/sequencing...
    Much luv from DC:slayer:
     
  14. Affliction

    Affliction thought size didnt matter

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    Battery :slayer: :D
     
  15. kama

    kama benkama.net

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    absolutely battery!! when your ass is too lazy to chop up breaks into pieces, use BombThatBeat for strictly break-arrangement.

    carnage-mashup. Trying to murder the dancefloor, but keep it no-tech. breaks and that stuff.
     
  16. Charlie Van Pelt

    Charlie Van Pelt Charles N. Charge

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    I've been producing for one year using Buzz. I've been getting tips which are really helping me as to where I should go with my sound.

    Chuck :drums:
     
  17. stare

    stare [crescent]

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    battery is the shit!

    oh, and i produce as well :crazy:
     
  18. eljay

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    ive got a tune coming out on movement with ruffstuff called 'soulshine'. its a funky little dancefloor number so check it out! should be out sometime in april.
     
  19. sketchy

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    Battery is the shit

    But Ive got so many .rx2 files stacked up from my reason days (considering the vst crossover) so I really am a bit lost..

    Any tips on a VSTi/DXi that imports rx2 files as sample programs (I know the EXS24 does but I dont wanna use logic)?
     
  20. sketchy

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    Yeah, I produce.. did I mention that? :p