Chromium Waves. More dubby techno
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29th November 2011
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Chromium Waves. More dubby techno



Another one in my usual style.

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12th December 2011
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Great work!!!!

Makes me want a Machinedrum.
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12th December 2011
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Dude, awesome! I like how you bring in the elements, always keeping me interested
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13th December 2011
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Thanks gentleman! Much appreciated.

Get the MD...you won't regret it.
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13th December 2011
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i like this one, it's got a real nice groove.
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13th December 2011
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Like your style, as usual!
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14th December 2011
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Thanks AJ and Karloff. Kind words ;D
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14th December 2011
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did it really need be seven minutes long? i feel like you could have easily made it five minutes or less.
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15th December 2011
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did it really need be seven minutes long? i feel like you could have easily made it five minutes or less.
I suppose it could have been shorter. I'm from that generation that used to dj (with vinyl) and enjoyed having long tracks in the mix for quite a long time which is where I think my tendency to make long(er) tracks comes from...like Robert Hood 'The Pace' (9.07) Played over Maurizio M5 (9.30), heaven!
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15th December 2011
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6+ minutes is standard for this type of music. About a minute from the beginning and the end are used for mixing the track in and out by the DJ, so that leaves about 4 minutes of effective playing time. Which is about perfect for the dancefloor. A great, hypnotic track can easily go on for a longer time.

Or at least this used to be true, maybe the youth today are used to shorter tracks and faster transitions.
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15th December 2011
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Loove this a lot! The compressors sounds just perfect. Good variation and perfect length.

On the other hand, how could I not love a track by someone who mentions Maurizio and Robert Hood, e.
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15th December 2011
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I suppose it could have been shorter. I'm from that generation that used to dj (with vinyl) and enjoyed having long tracks in the mix for quite a long time which is where I think my tendency to make long(er) tracks comes from...like Robert Hood 'The Pace' (9.07) Played over Maurizio M5 (9.30), heaven!
i dj with vinyl too and my opinion of people like you has always been that just because you're shite behind the decks is no excuse to do long boring mixes of long boring songs.
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15th December 2011
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i dj with vinyl too and my opinion of people like you has always been that just because you're shite behind the decks is no excuse to do long boring mixes of long boring songs.
Wow. I won't bore you with my opinion of people who speak the type of shite that you do.
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16th December 2011
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i dj with vinyl too and my opinion of people like you has always been that just because you're shite behind the decks is no excuse to do long boring mixes of long boring songs.
Samples, I see you've been insulting people all over this forum. Dubtek already called you out for ripping off other peoples work and posting it as your own.
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16th December 2011
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Track length is perfectly appropriate.

Actually relatively short for a dub-techno track.
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17th December 2011
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i dj with vinyl too and my opinion of people like you has always been that just because you're shite behind the decks is no excuse to do long boring mixes of long boring songs.
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17th December 2011
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Samples, I see you've been insulting people all over this forum. Dubtek already called you out for ripping off other peoples work and posting it as your own.
seriously?! wow. what a wonderful person you are, samples

anyway... i really like this. i'm not familiar with the genre (closest i've come is Miles - solo stuff by one of the fellas from Demdike Stare) but this definitely makes me want to hear more.
i love the subtle shifts in sounds and textures throughout - you could have gone on for a couple more minutes and i would have been perfectly happy!

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17th December 2011
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Niceeee, I like it!
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17th December 2011
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Thanks all!

macmurphy I'm not familiar with Miles but I'll be sure to check him out. If you're interested in some essential listening I can recommend Intrusions 'The Seduction of Silence' as a nice staring point. Also all of the Rhythm and Sound releases, all the Deepchord stuff......
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