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Re: ReSet #8 compositions and results.
« Reply #125 on: 12:23, 24 August 12 »
We should make a separate thread in offtopic to talk about this stuff, by the way ;D
Yeah, you're probably right, but (and this is a SERIOUSLY weak attempt to bring the thread back to the demo-scene, then back to CPC) I was in the process of speeding up my massacre of TSM's MSX Cracktro 2 (more commonly known as "Paranoimia" as it was used in a lot of their cracks) to sound a little more like tEiS's Reprazent-esque remix.

tEiS - Paranoimia (Reprazent Remix)
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Re: ReSet #8 compositions and results.
« Reply #126 on: 12:36, 24 August 12 »
Speaking of DnB covers, I just remembered this one I made in 1998 using impulse tracker and it's amazing resonant filters. And a nice set of sampled instruments.


http://www.goear.com/listen/a71537c/junglenoid-mcklain


To be honest i'ts more Jungle than DnB. I never finished it  :P

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Re: ReSet #8 compositions and results.
« Reply #127 on: 18:16, 24 August 12 »

I remember getting a DJ set from my olde housemate and playing this on the way to work one morning... I nearly crashed the car!

Pendulum - Another Planet (HQ)


Yeah I can imagine that sending you into a coma, absolutely dire. Vault was probably their best track, and their remix of Ed Rush & Optical's Bacteria was decent, but thats about all their stuff I like.


And the 140 is 140bpm yes, although some of its closer to 150. Check out stuff by artists such as Bay B Kane, Billy Bunter, Sanxion, Strange Rollers, Electrux, Kranky & Lethal, theres some quality stuff being made.
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Re: ReSet #8 compositions and results.
« Reply #128 on: 18:46, 24 August 12 »
So as to return this thread to its original subject, the conversation has been moved here;
The great, big electronic music debate (from ReSeT#8 thread)
THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail