Sidechain compressing to tuck sound for the kick is a common technique, and this is something I have practiced. Now I found something even better! LFOtool, this vst plugin allows you to do the tucking without actually adding a sidechain signal track separately.
Are you a 64 bit Windows user having trouble importing .mov/.mp4 files into Ableton Live? Well, I certainly did. But not to worry, here’s an easy solution. Just have to help out Ableton and Windows with the proper codec treatment. Link is above, download and install the 2 files as instructed!
This was news back in May, but I thought I’d write about it because Robert Miles’ music meant a lot to me. Especially his release “Children”. I still remember when I first heard this song around the year 1997. It was so beautiful and left a huge impact on me. Not to mention it helped me through some hard times. This track could easily get me started with tears, but now that the producer is gone it is even more emotional. Thanks for the beautiful music and a huge thanks to the impact you have left for the electronic music world. 47 is just too young … 🙁
1.) 00:00~ Ayla – Ayla (Technikal Remix)
2.) 05:28~ NG Rezonance – I’m Not Technikal
3.) 09:04~ Steve Hill vs Technikal feat. Nathalie – Damaged (Original Mix)
4.) 15:07~ Stimulant DJs – Fuck Da Beatz (Original Mix)
5.) 21:54~ Tony De Vit – Give Me a Reason (Guyver Remix)
6.) 26:20~ Tidy Boys & Technikal – The Danger (Original Mix)
7.) 30:35~ Costa Pantazis and Guyver – Vienen (NG Rezonance Dub)
8.) 35:10~ BK & Steve Hill – Temptation (Technikal Remix)
9.) 39:33~ Masif DJs – Rapture (Steve Hill vs Technikal Remix)
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I used to be a proud owner of the Technics 1200-MK3D, but seeing how the vinyl sales were decreasing, and the club standards were switching over to CDJs, I let go of my precious turn tables… This was like 4 years ago.
Now it is said, or not said, but it is a fact that vinyls sales are increasing around the world.
The younger generation actually understand the “Loudness War”, and appreciate the dynamics and warm sounds you get from vinyl.
As someone in their 30s, I think this is pretty cool and exciting. With this sales, Panasonic has released some great news about the revival of vinyl record players.