Posts by Dj Eddie B

    Myself and Ade may be getting back together to do some shows and make some new music. Im curious if anyone out here knows what Vocoder Ade used for bass mechanic and bass rock express. He was only like 15 when these songs were made and we would need to find that vocoder or one that can make a similar voice when we do shows.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    No particular order,

    KRAFTWERK ALL!!!!!!!!

    - Bose - Rock the world

    - Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock

    - Newcleus - Computer Age

    - Torch Song - Prepare to energize

    - Der Mer - Fall out

    - 2 Live Crew - That that dick

    - Cyboton - Clear

    - Man Parrish - Hip Hop BeBop

    - Hashim - Nayfish

    - Soulsonic force - Looking for the perfect beat

    - Mc Ade - Bass Rock Express

    Aolot of the west coast elecro was nice also, 100 Speakers, Revelation etc. Theres so much more Ive missed... not all 80.s but whatever

    2 LIVE CREW - THE REVELATION

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    B.O.S.E. - Rock the World

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    Der Mer - Fall Out (Rap)

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    Kraftwerk-Numbers/Computer world

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    Kraftwerk: Tour de France 1983

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    Quote from AITCH-SKI;37558

    MC ADE who everyone used to go mental over for for some reason :ugly: What a complete load of old bollox!! Bass Cock Express :D

    I just saw this, lol. too funny. I remember when "Bass Cock Express" came out. It was selling so many records at the time that the record pressing companies here had to tell other artists they couldnt press their records because of the demand for that song. It was the first Miami bass track to break national. which is very big. Very simple if you look at it now, BUT back then was a hard hitting bass track and is what pioneered that sound and talking about it musically. I think its more of an accomplishment then many of the people hating on him have done and deserves more respect than this.

    Magic Mike, Dynamix and alot of those guys came up because of what ADE did. = )


    lol, hahahahaha, dont tell me youre here, jesus. Man you know me already and can see Im going to have to chill out as Im already in deep with another artist here thats saying booty music is talentless, lol. He may have a point but Id never admit it, ha!

    Regarding software, man, I just started using Ableton and WOW, so much easier to create. I had been using FL Studio to make beats ( so easy ) cubase and a million plugins. I was going to get Maschine but may wait. Ableton looked cheesy but Im glad I looked into it. Really nice.

    I have alot of hardware too so will be popping out some music here soon. Good to see you here. Im gong to make a song about crop circles man, lol

    Quote from nuklion;41609

    Humm stuff, there is very little musical talent in 8 minutes of nothing more than humm with a simple 808 beat over it.

    Well its all relative as Crunk ( dirty south ) music is basically the same humm music, just slower. T.I., Lil Jon, Flo Rider and others who sell their music to millions of people who apparantly enjoy low talent artists, have made millions from the 808 with rap, while people hate on it. So someoene must think its good, just take a look at their homes on mtv cribs, lol

    If youre the Nuklion on myspace then I listened to your tracks and really like your song lucky if you can believe Id pick that one. I love that sound, VNV, Wolfshiem, Vast etc Synthpop. I just find it odd for another producer/musician or whatever to judge another type of music when the same thing has been said about the very music they produce. Odd.

    In any case thank god Kraftwerk or Tangerine Dream ( who pioneered music that evolved into what we both make ) didnt listen when people said music on computers and synths was talentless. This site and the above artists wouldnt exist ;D

    I will agree some of the booty stuff was not my cup of tea, but I wouldnt pass judgment on it being someone who produces myself. Great discussion, no harm man... :)

    Quote from nuklion;41566

    And lots and lots that did.

    Just to set the record straight, we basically used an upbeat tempo and similar 2 bar beat structure as Planet rock or ( numbers for that matter ) now and then but thats about where it ends. We really werent that interested in Planet Rock or Play at your own risk for any longer than they played their course. I dont know where all this comes from as I was here in Miami producing, Dj-ing and breakdancing from the very beginning and would love to see this great number of songs that we sampled from those 2 songs. Please list them as we were really more into that humming bass and talking about booty lol, the earlier songs were more influenced by Planet Rock..... :)

    Quote from nuklion;37538

    I think Miami Bass didn't take off big time because ther'e were only a small amount of releases, and you can only sample "Play at own risk and Planet Rock" so many times before it got boring

    This is very true as Miami Bass gave way to hip hop and wasnt very popular here in miami anymore. So we all faded away here. As for sampling Planet Rock and Play at your own Risk, thats not true we had MANY MANY tracks that sounded nothing like those songs....

    one more!

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    Besides my own tracks I say out of ALL the miami bass songs I LOVED ANYTHING Eric Griffin touched, Give the Dj a Break, Jealous Fellas and MANY others. Pretty Tony and Eric were the shit. The track I like the most you may not have heard but Eric is actually rapping here.

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    Fallout Rap by Der mer, powerful track more powerful RAP!

    Hello,

    I just wanted to introduce myself to the boards. Im an old school Dj/Artist/Producer with some of my own tracks ( Its Time to Rock the house ) and was also the Dj for Mc Ade of Bass Rock Express / Bass Mechanic / Nightmare on ADE Street etc, the Godfather of whats known as Miami bass.

    Now that Im done tooting my own horn, I wanted to say Im glad Ive found this place. Ive been out of music for a minute and a year or so back had seen Egyptian Lover down in miami and he was telling me Electro is still big in Europe and other countries ( not the US ). Ive had a chance to produce hip hop here and probably could have made alot of $$ but Electronic music is what Ive always loved since my first Kraftwerk 12 inch of TransEuropeExpress and Computer World.

    Im working on some tracks now and would love to get some input from people here if possible on what type of Electro is happening right now. What artists are hot etc. I still want to produce what I produce but would like some input so I know whats hot and how I can better structure my tracks. Also would love some critique of tracks Im already working on


    What programs do you guys use, vsts, hardware etc. Hopefully we can get a discussion going. Thanks guys, I appreciate any help!

    Dj Eddie B