Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Dj Reaction, Mar 21, 2003.
Just interested to know who produces stuff on here, and what kind of style they are into
I do, I make whatever Im feelin really - Dancefloor, dark, breakbeat business!
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!!
i try to !
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
I try to produce too.
i also produce. check my stuff on the dubs page and decide what style they are for yourself
no problem sdm
bigup yaself for playing my tunes
i like to think im a bit of a producer
i spend my days making ragga jungle
producing for nearly 5 years now
eevil darkness for me - not techy, slightly more organic evilness
count me in
dark dutty darkness
Out in March 2003
LEET001 : A. Pyro - Collision / AA. Phono - Firestrike
LEET002 : A. Phono - Horror Story (caretaker mix) / AA. Sacrifice
LEET003 : A. Temper D & K-fire - Project Mayhem / AA. Infiltrata - Peace Out Y'all
online forum -> http://www.theboard.leetradio.com
drum&bass imprint -> http://www.leetrecordings.com
live internet radio -> http://www.leetradio.com
amens amens amens, reece reece reece ....
one dabbles of occasion.
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
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.
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.
battery is the shit!
oh, and i produce as well
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.
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)?
Yeah, I produce.. did I mention that?
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