- Joined on May 1, 2005
I started as a dj when I was 12 years old. It was just for fun (and still is)! I had a tapedeck and a cd player. When I was 14 I bought my first gear: A double cd player and a mixer. That was the time when I fell in love with mixing. The only thing that didn't work in the relationship was the medium: cd's suck for mixing (and still do; even in 2008). And then came the magic moment when I bought my first 12"...
Later I was trying (and still am) to make my own tracks. My dream is to have a release on vinyl! Maybe I could have a few of them but I don't see it big and commercial.
COMMENT TO ALL YOU CRAZY SALESMEN OUT THERE:
I DO NOT pay big money for records! Almost every record is for sale for large amounts, but this kills the fun of finding it (for a nice price)!
FOR THE GEARSLUTS:
* 2 x Technics SL1210 (Black ones) + Ortofon Concorde's
* PIONEER DJM600
* Some Nice Records
* Pentium 4 - 2.8 Ghz - 1024 MB RAM Memory - 3 Harddrives (1 IDE and 2 SATA)
* RME HDSP 9632
* Genelec 8030A Monitors
* Presonus TUBEPRE
* Fatar Studio 49 Midi Keyboard
* Evolution UC-33 Midi Controler
* Cubase SX, Reason And Lots Of VST's
RESPECT YOUR VINYL, DON'T WRITE ON IT!
Althought the other tracks on this record are quite good dream mission is just my favorite! It starts with samples that reminds me off acid phase by Emmanuel Top added with some nice sweep sounds. Dream mission has a nice piano tune & nice emotional ... See full review
I first bought the cd version of serious beats 50. Many classics are on it, and some of them are hard to find (on vinyl). I was hoping that these rare tracks would be on the vinyl version but when I later saw the vinyls I was disappointed.
Although ... See full review
This is really a must have vinyl because of the track Maybe Tomorrow (After Outside Mix). This track is very hard to find because maybe tommorow can only be found on 2 vinyls.
This track begins quite simple but when the string kick in you realy hear ... See full review