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Cut Original Mix. Plastic People Original Mix. Microsexx Original Mix. Procirep Original Mix. Proceed Original Mix. What's been the biggest influence on your sound and style? Well, not having any academic music background didn't help but it was fun to figure out how things worked from a strictly technical point of view.
When I started putting my studio together these were the people I was listening to regularly so they had a really strong influence in the direction I ended up taking. I also had really great encouragement from my mate Graham and the labels I work with who are always very supportive of what I do.
Tell me a little about your composition process: typically where does a track begin, how long do you work on it, when does it feel 'finished'? There's really no main process. I might start with anything and build some sort of groove with different elements.
I often change the groove around some more but keep the original sounds. My best tracks are the ones that sort finish themselves, where all the groove and sounds elements quickly fall into place and I am able to jam and record this in a very short amount of time.
I then check what I have recorded, see if it needs to be edited, and voila! This can take a few hours or a couple of days. It depends on the track.
What equipment do you use? Is this important? Do some producers have an equipment fetish? I think it's important to use whatever makes you creative. If it must be an and hardware only, so be it. If it's a laptop only that gets you going, fine.
I never really understood the big debate. I don't personally know many producers and find gear talk a bit too nerdy when meeting people in person. How would you describe your style? What do other people tell you about your music?
I can't really say about what I do. It's kind of quirky and groovy. Other people seem to appreciate my stuff more that I do but then I'm my own worst critic. What makes a great track for you? Which of your own tracks is your favourite, and why? I guess whatever tune thats completely take you some other place, transcendent.
That would be a looooong list. I'll just mention Juan Atkins "Off to Battle", Carl Craig 'at les' and Kevin Saunderson 'the groove that won't stop' as some of my favourite music What makes a great party?
And what's an important thing that some people forget to bring? What's something that you know now both about music and in general that you wish somebody had told you ten years ago?
I don't know. Never go to a gig without a European mains adaptor? What's something that music has taught you about life? And what is something that life has taught you about music? Things might be better after a good night sleep. Finish this sentence: 'The world would be a better place if only…' There were no people in it!
Peace, leo mnml ssgs mx lerosa click to dl Rapidshare Mirror now fixed! The photo was care of G iita Hammond. Big thanks to Lerosa for putting this together for us. Thursday, December 18, Looking Back: Ambient in After much gnashing of teeth I sent off the list, and then calmed down with a cup of tea. Looking over my list again, I noticed something — quite a few of the albums were ambient releases.
And I realize now that has been an excellent year for ambient. Here, then, are my ambient picks of the year. Thankfully, there is a starting point — skip straight to Dauw. This is one of the things that keeps me coming back — with each listening I discover something new. This is one most definitely for fans of the My Bloody Valentine school of beautiful distortion.
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