wish I had more of a clue back then...

EvezDroppin

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casually browsing on chemical forgot to switch to just vinyl and come across an EP with 2 of my tunes on.... (didnt know it had been released on an EP btw)

http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/downloadstore/release/19511

The original guy who was going to release them opted out of running the label and passed it on.

Any1 have old tunes that have been relased that make u cringe when u listen to them?

I think its tracks 3 and 4, they had no mastering and sound poor imo, back then tho, i was just high on the fact someone wanted to release them...

Now i regret ever getting them released

:mkay:
 

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Sound ok to me man! Good tunes.
Know what you mean tho. Ive looked back through old project folders and thought 'I cant believe I sent this to my friends... its shocking.' And im sure ill think the same about my productions in another years time.
 

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I think they are up to the standard of the legendary 'De Finitive' Records, massive old school players in the drum & bass game. Dont think theres an artist alive that hasnt been influenced in some way by their legendary sound, and i think underground warfare b/w Fightclub were the definitive sound of drum and bass at the time. Remember Andy C dropping 'Jump To This' in '98 and the crowd going wild. As long as De Finitive records are around Drum & Bass is still alive in my eyes.
 

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Gunna check those releases for sure! On my phone so can't right now I'm afraid...

Think yourselves lucky! You actually have releases! Thats dope :)
 

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I think they are up to the standard of the legendary 'De Finitive' Records, massive old school players in the drum & bass game. Dont think theres an artist alive that hasnt been influenced in some way by their legendary sound, and i think underground warfare b/w Fightclub were the definitive sound of drum and bass at the time. Remember Andy C dropping 'Jump To This' in '98 and the crowd going wild. As long as De Finitive records are around Drum & Bass is still alive in my eyes.
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Actually I recall your Welcome to Kronix being posted only a while after I signed up here. So correct you are! About time we see a label release from Kronix I reckon ;)
 

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I think they are up to the standard of the legendary 'De Finitive' Records, massive old school players in the drum & bass game. Dont think theres an artist alive that hasnt been influenced in some way by their legendary sound, and i think underground warfare b/w Fightclub were the definitive sound of drum and bass at the time. Remember Andy C dropping 'Jump To This' in '98 and the crowd going wild. As long as De Finitive records are around Drum & Bass is still alive in my eyes.
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just a quick question, How did you lot learn about producing music, Did any of you go to Uni or do courses on sound engineering/design/music production?
i had it loaded into my head --kinda like how neo learns kung fu in the matrix.

first i took a red pill and was unplugged from the matrix, then i was trained in drum and bass through a computer program.
 
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