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Ableton. It's pretty simple, but powerful and versatile. That and Audacity for audio editing. Also hardware (synths, drum machine, sampler, tb-3) used with those DAWs
Used to have Logic Audio years ago...
And the very first I had was probably Rave Ejay.
I'd say it can be bit of both, probably.
I just listened the first two mixes and I'm pretty sure there aren't any post '94 tunes. The latter I don't know, but will have a listen.
And the way those are put together, it doesn't sound like a standard 1s and 2s thing either... I think I actually know someone who could shed more light on this issue.
Although it was never a factor when I was choosing what events to attend, I did use to like the following MC's on a flyer:-
I also liked Bassman around 92/93 time, less so later on.
I tended to find that MC's used to pass me by at events and I never really took a huge amount of notice.
Here's one top ten list of movies sampled in classic oldskool tunes.
Any others worth a mention?
I'd say Blade Runner at least, sampled in this one (and probavbly in few others): m.youtube.com/watch?v=F-wSngqX9Vc
Many great mc's mentioned there.
Could have added Robbie Dee to my faves aswell. I suppose he mc'd a lot for DJ Ratty (probably many others too) at some point...
Who actually chose the mc's bitd?Promotors only or did some djs have some trusted mc's who travelled and worked with them?
Mad P .... Ribbz and Robbie dee
Mad P, GQ, Robbie Dee, MC MC, Stevie Hyper, Navigator, Spangler G
My new EP is available now on Kniteforce Digital, on CD or digital download.
5 tracks done in a mid 90s style, lots of breakbeats and pianos and stabby goodness.
Also available is Audio X's new EP, you can buy both as a bundle or individually if you prefer. It's not old skool but is still very, very good.
Didn't know he tried his hand at (co-)production side of things as well.
Also, the Eternity studio mixes he did a few, just heard one the other day ('94ish) - and it was brilliant. @ Mixcloud
All right, folks. Who is it?
Or do prefer your oldskool sets with no mc's at all?
My favourites have to be (in no particular order):
Sweet Jesus, there's an entire sound library out there to listen!
Agree that its nothing to do with Remarc. The link to Remarc is about the other side. I would agree with ET in that someone has made this themselves and stuck it up.
Doesnt look like it is Remarc, most likely someone has just a personal plate and put on discogs. Tonnes of cruddy records listed like that.
You’ve probably heard it all before but everyone or most people my age say music is not as good as used to be and every rave video says “These were the good old days and what the f^^K we got nowadays days? Facebook and Xfactor! F**k that!” People on forums say there is good music out there but you gotta find it? Bollocks I don’t remember hunting down rave music, it came to me in 1991 introduced by my brother and heard the prodigy on radio 1. Also when I say give me some suggestions of good music or a link I never seem to like it. So am I looking in wrong places or is it scientific fact it was better back in the day? So you got any suggestions that might be any better in today’s music? What you reckon!?