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  • Absolutely wicked. I only remembered the most famous ones, the Soviet and DDR Section is immensly interesting. I used to work a lot with the Polyvoks-synth vst emulation a few years ago. Thanks for the vid.

  • Hi, Thanks for stopping by, voltrom.reverbnation.com/#about Nice Greets.

  • Some derivate i made from an old track of mine. kerubainternational.reverbnation.com/ I made a video too, it`s that one with the CTN thumbnail. Greets my friends.

  • Which studio monitors do you use?

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    I would recommend a pair of AKG k 240, i have mine for about five years now and they are still awesome. With this Headphones you hear everything, but i`m not sure if they are still built today. Well there are Mk II, whatever that means, hopefully the same technology under another hood. And this one is a real helper too.... north-america.beyerdynamic.com/virtual-studio.html It`s free, you just have to register, Although i would see it as an addition to your monitors, maybe try it out in the night…

  • Hi, i made a mix after some time of focusing on producing only. I had a pretty fun time doing it so you guys and Dolls might like it. Hit me I uploaded it with 320kbps MP3, if anyone wants to download it, Links in the Youtube description. See you later.....

  • Which studio monitors do you use?

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    No problem, Mate. What iv`e learned through practicing is that i tend to mix too bass heavy, from what ive heard from a friend of mine that this is a mistake that make most of the people. I would keep that in mind.# Happy Mixing. K.I.

  • Which studio monitors do you use?

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    Hi M.C.U. I have a pair of Yamaha -HS80M and i like them pretty much, i still have a lot to learn when it comes to mixing and mastering but i have to say that these babys making my life pretty much easier. I would say go for it, most of the good guys when it comes to Audio-engineering say that they are very good. I paid around 500 Euros about one year ago so they are not so expensive at all. +1 from me. Greets.

  • c64 yourself

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    Anyone into Computer-Nostalgia? This ones for you: c64.superdefault.com/

  • Who are they? Good Question, and awesome sounds. What synth did you use for this piece?

  • Hi Fellas, if you guys look for some decent 808 Kicks your`re in the right place. Welcome

  • @elektroakust: You`re right, i just wanted to get down to the root of trouble, maybe i was shootin over the target. sorry.

  • I still think that the main problem is that "Electronic Music" in general is everywhere, turn on the Radio and see the result, every second track is a electronic Pop Track or whatever. If music industry would leave electronic music stuff behind and all of the Mainstream Artists would play bongos instead (just an example), sooner or later every copycat would do something else than produce in is bedroom and then Electro would move back to the Underground where it belongs. From what i see this will…

  • The more interesting Question (in my opinion) would be when do they invent something new that the industry leaves Electronic-Music behind, i`m so pissed off by all this Mainstream-shit that is floating around in the Radio-stations all day. Call me nostalgic but i remember often the glorious days when "Electronic Music" was only played in dark basements and Music-Corporations feard the success in the Underground. It almost seems like the Godzilla-Mega-Corporation chewed "Electronic Music" to deat…

  • Robot appreciation thread

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    I almost forgot Grag, what a shame. captain_future_grag.jpg

  • Robot appreciation thread

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    Time jump. Optimus Prime: [ame='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIQwklqHM2Y']http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIQwklqHM2Y[/ame]

  • Superman came into town

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    Let me try that. "make you feel the heat" maybe?

  • Hi there, i`m not a pro either but maybe i can help. I`m not sure if someone is able to give you the advice you`ve hoping for, from my perspective it is a lot of trying and fiddeling around till you find what you`re looking for. One of my favourite sites for good free stuff is this one: bedroomproducersblog.com/ They have everything you need to start right away, from free DAW`s to the best free plugins and so on...... What i can suggest is to teach yourself about the elements of acoustics, it de…

  • @dv: Good for you that you take it sportive....... Greets.

  • That`s totally fucked up. I can`t even think about it without seeing all the parts that won`t fit together (David Guetta - music industry whore, Stop Tv Control - what control, if they mean that tv is controlling the majority of people, i mean David Guetta is a part of it, and i can tell a lot of more reasons why this is a huge lie but i Won`t since my lifetime is to short to bother myself with a shit like that) Over and out.

  • Well, i think that deep and melancholic music is more subversive than any other. All the music producers that produce this lovely Dancefloor music are just reflecting society as is, partying all day and being happy hippy. But that is not reality if you look behind the fassade; So in my opinion making gloomy dystopian music is worth doing, maybe it is more important than doing Trance for example. And in the end all music is reflecting the mood that i`m currently in, being in a melancholic mood is…