[linux-audio-user] Music/Video: DJ-Mix with Freewheeling and Hydrogen
nscheer at gmail.com
Sun Mar 11 15:09:39 EDT 2007
I am not a fan of the overall genre, but I like it!
The minimalist aspects of the composition appealed to me, and the
progression from a simple beat to a cohesive whole as different
elements are layered on made this a very enjoyable listen for me.
Usually, hip-hop/rap has aspects which grate on me for some reason or
another, but quite the opposite was the case here. I think the samples
you selected were well thought out and incorporated.
Thank you for sharing this!
On 3/11/07, Nigel Henry <cave.dnb at tiscali.fr> wrote:
> On Sunday 11 March 2007 15:44, Johannes Mario Ringheim wrote:
> > I've put together a new DJ-mix using one turntable together with
> > Hydrogen and Freewheeling. My brand new BCF2000 is used for controlling
> > the thing, and a sustainpedal triggers the looping. I've also videotaped
> > it, so you can all see what I'm doing!
> > Comments are as always appreciated.
> > http://rasmus.uib.no/~jri022/ringheimsauto/loopmix.avi
> > (Video)
> > http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2381754226424081568&q=loopheile
> > (Google video)
> > http://rasmus.uib.no/~jri022/ringheimsauto/Ringheims%20Auto%20-%20Loopmix.o
> > (Audio)
> > http://rasmus.uib.no/~jri022/ringheimsauto/Ringheims%20Auto%20-%20Loopmix.m
> > (Audio)
> Nice track Johannes. I'm not usually into rap, but the beats were just great,
> and more up front than the rap. I quite like ragga, but am not into hip-hop.
> How large is this .avi file? I'm on dialup!
> btw. I think there may be a problem with the link for the .ogg audio file.
> Kget said the file didn't exist, so I had to go with the .mp3.
> Great track though.
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