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CHICAGO¤lollie
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18 2004 11:57    
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[url=http://chicagolollie.madtracker.net/cl-hbfs(fleximite-mix).mp3]Harder Better Faster Stronger (FlexiMite™ Mix)[/url]

My boredom for today's afternoon. Someone said it was Minimal House, or Microhouse, or Static Techno, or something along those lines.

Enjoy! Mr. Green


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CHICAGO¤lollie
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24 2004 22:26    
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Soooo... Anyone enjoying it? Anxious


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Walter Vos
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24 2004 22:37    
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Forgot that I downloaded it, sorry. And i'm mostly apologizing to myself mostly (cartman!), because I'm at 1 minute now, and really liking what I hear! Very nice beat. Maybe synth could use some attack though. I really like that 'screaming' wheee synth that comes in every now and then. Very oldskool hiphop.

I'm now at 3.44 and sad to say, i'm kind of loosing interest. Sad I think that synth line could use some variation by now or something.

The ending is very dj friendly, wich i like. I like the cutting up of the speech you did a lot.

Where did you find that acapella btw?

Anywayz, nice song! I might be dj-ing some time soon, maybe i'll play it.


what is hip?

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25 2004 01:22    
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Nice one Lollie...only thing i miss a phatter kick and maybe a sub-bass working with the bassline...Other than that...let me think...hmmmmm... nah..it's all good Dancing Whistle Boo hoo! Applause
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25 2004 05:00    
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lollie, if there was a fatter bassdrum and more bass in general (perhaps just needs some more mastering work?), i'd play this out Wink

DO IT!.. DO IT! hehehe..

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CHICAGO¤lollie
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25 2004 11:31    
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Walter Vos wrote:
Very nice beat. Maybe synth could use some attack though. I really like that 'screaming' wheee synth that comes in every now and then. Very oldskool hiphop.

I'm now at 3.44 and sad to say, i'm kind of loosing interest. Sad I think that synth line could use some variation by now or something.

I was happy with that "squeee" synth. But y`know, I was listening to it yesterday afternoon, and I can't help but agree with you. Of course, it's the first time I've played around with that genre, and I only did it because I was bored, and because I was getting a little tired of hearing the acapella put to an instrumental of "Me Against The Music" by Britney and Madonna... Rolling Eyes

Walter Vos wrote:
The ending is very dj friendly, wich i like. I like the cutting up of the speech you did a lot.

Where did you find that acapella btw?

I hoped it would be. And the speech was easy enough, quick experimentation.
As for the acapella, I found it laying around on good ol` Soulseek.

Walter Vos wrote:
Anywayz, nice song! I might be dj-ing some time soon, maybe i'll play it.

Glad to hear. Cool


inhousepussy wrote:
Nice one Lollie...only thing i miss a phatter kick and maybe a sub-bass working with the bassline...Other than that...let me think...hmmmmm... nah..it's all good Dancing Whistle Boo hoo! Applause
mikx wrote:
lollie, if there was a fatter bassdrum and more bass in general (perhaps just needs some more mastering work?), i'd play this out Wink

Heh, well I know nothing on fat sounds, and a lot less on mastering. I could try some more bass, maybe a lot more variation and a bit extra where needed, but other than that I'm stuffed.

Thanks for the comments though, folks Wink


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25 2004 17:12    
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CHICAGO¤lollie wrote:

Heh, well I know nothing on fat sounds, and a lot less on mastering. I could try some more bass, maybe a lot more variation and a bit extra where needed, but other than that I'm stuffed.


hey Lollie...just get out ur Sonic Maximizer..It'll fatten up the most skinny,anorexic tune to one BIG FAT MAMA.... Mr. Green
(u probably knew this already...but hell, maybe someone esle didn't) Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25 2004 19:51    
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@Lollie:

Why don´t you use MT´s EQ? Rolling Eyes

Wink
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CHICAGO¤lollie
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26 2004 05:41    
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inhousepussy wrote:
hey Lollie...just get out ur Sonic Maximizer..It'll fatten up the most skinny,anorexic tune to one BIG FAT MAMA.... Mr. Green
(u probably knew this already...but hell, maybe someone esle didn't) Wink

Actually, someone else probably knew this already, and I didn't.
I'll give it a squiz, see what it can do.


Tom wrote:
Why don´t you use MT´s EQ? Rolling Eyes

Cause it knows how to scare the hell outta me! Anxious


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26 2004 21:46    
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CHICAGO¤lollie wrote:

Cause it knows how to scare the hell outta me! Anxious


and.... so do I....

M.T.S.M.D.


"The world would be a dull place if there were no Idealists"
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CHICAGO¤lollie
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26 2004 21:55    
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Jesse Moore wrote:
CHICAGO¤lollie wrote:
Cause it knows how to scare the hell outta me! Anxious


and.... so do I....

M.T.S.M.D.

Yes, both of you know how to be very evil. Anxious


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27 2004 07:24    
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yeah, originally the EQ´s artifical intelligence should choose automatically the correct settings for itself depending on the audiomaterial in it´s track...but now it´s scarying people!
We will see what´s happen next... Rolling Eyes


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27 2004 07:52    
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Making people fall out of their chairs is next Evil or Very Mad


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28 2004 07:30    
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already happened Sad ..

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28 2004 08:05    
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Heh True, Mikx, True...


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