by hutyluty » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:55 pm
by hutyluty » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:59 pm
Phigure wrote:nothing was ever good
by wub » Mon Jul 23, 2012 1:04 pm
JFK wrote:Wub is the DSF comedy master.
by hasezwei » Mon Jul 23, 2012 1:21 pm
by Divane » Mon Jul 23, 2012 2:08 pm
by jrisreal » Mon Jul 23, 2012 2:23 pm
by static_cast » Mon Jul 23, 2012 2:47 pm
by Climax » Mon Jul 23, 2012 2:51 pm
by ehbrums1 » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:23 pm
kylekronez wrote:Sorry for the fact I'm real.
magma wrote: Makes you feel like a monsoon of bald eagle tears rained down, swelling the Mississippi and forging the Grand Canyon with pure, unadulterated manifest destiny.
by skimpi » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:42 pm
TopManLurka wrote:thanks for confirming
by jrisreal » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:49 pm
skimpi wrote:Were you doing like computer programming of some sort beforehand?
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by static_cast » Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:22 pm
hutyluty wrote:I'll get the obvious ones out the way..What's your set up like- hardware and software?
hutyluty wrote:What is your musical background?
hutyluty wrote:Favourite dance move?
wub wrote:Your drums have a lot of character, particularly recent like your Radiohead remix. Is this a case of careful sample selection, processing (i.e. overdriving through some sort of analogue desk to get some character), or layering with additional sounds to get that top end crunch to them?
wub wrote:When starting a tune, do you have a premise thought out first then work towards that end or do you start the tune without a plan then have it grow in to itself?
wub wrote:Given the influence in your tunes, how do you feel modern day 'techno' holds up against earlier Underground Resistance style tracks?
hasezwei wrote:favorite 303 pattern?
hasezwei wrote:whats your workflow when writing techno? jamming patterns and kinda dubbing them with lotsa sends and riding the faders, or is everything pre-written/automated?
hasezwei wrote:since you work at NI (jesus that used to be dream of mine), do you use reaktor and if yes how do you incorporate it into your DAW?
hasezwei wrote:pick one of the following: autechre, the flashbulb, venetian snares
hasezwei wrote:ever been to münster?
hasezwei wrote:favorite beer? (inb4becks)
by Hircine » Mon Jul 23, 2012 5:16 pm
phaeleh wrote:bassbum wrote:The pheleleh tune I have never heard before and I did like it but its very simple and I could quickly recreate it.Yeah I wanna hear it too
bassbum wrote:The pheleleh tune I have never heard before and I did like it but its very simple and I could quickly recreate it.
by hasezwei » Mon Jul 23, 2012 5:22 pm
static_cast wrote:hasezwei wrote:ever been to münster?yep. a friend of mine runs schaltkreis - i played there a couple of times as tj hertz.
by skwiggo » Mon Jul 23, 2012 6:08 pm
by static_cast » Mon Jul 23, 2012 6:16 pm
Divane wrote:The Goose That Got Away and Tinderbox are so damn good! When can we expect to hear something new from you?
jrisreal wrote:I love CLK Recovery and Unglued. Listen to those all the time on my phone, in the car, on headphones, etc. A question that downlink didn't get around to:If you got home and saw a slinky lying around, what's the first thing you would do to/with it?
Climax wrote:do you have different versions of tracks and special loops and builds and such for live playing?
Climax wrote:-What are you able to get away with that you wouldnt normally, on a regular commercially released track, when making "system music" for playing out live? Do you just edit your arrangements of your original tracks or are you literally changing your EQ's, Gain structure, etc....-Do you feel like you have much more room in the low end or anything like that?
Climax wrote:-Also just any general advice for someone who wants to make productions that translate well onto large proper systems
ehbrums1 wrote:Where do you start a tune? Drums, leads, vocals, pads?
ehbrums1 wrote:What genre/style influences you the most
skimpi wrote:How did you get into working for NI? Were you doing like computer programming of some sort beforehand, or have you got in there purely from a more audio aspect, like knowing how synths and effects/signal path works? Or is it a bit of both?
by SKIN E » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:00 pm
by static_cast » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:04 pm
Hircine wrote:How do you compose your atmospherics and incidentals?
hasezwei wrote:static_cast wrote:hasezwei wrote:ever been to münster?yep. a friend of mine runs schaltkreis - i played there a couple of times as tj hertz. really? heron, jon or nicetry? i remember one of my first 'proper' techno nights was schaltkreis, it was insane. sweat dripping from the ceiling and all that.where'd you play, triptychon, favela or fusion? my dad used to own fusion in the 90's (back when it was called x-floor/cosmic club), i actually grew up on the hawerkamp. too young to remember but mom told me ive been jumping around on the stage when people like jeff mills did sound checks[/brag] too bad i dont live there anymore... i know a couple guys in bremen who'd love to see you play here but their club has been shut down :/ music scene round here is pretty shit tbh
hasezwei wrote:well back to topic: any favorite reaktor ensembles or do you code all of it yourself?
skwiggo wrote:firstly thank you for doing this. secondly your mixdowns are unbelieveable!do you mixdown as you go along or after you've finished the arrangement process of the track?
skwiggo wrote:how do you manage to make your mixdowns sound clean but also quite raw and warm at the same time without much outboard gear? i can get either sterile sounding boring digital mixes or raw crummy fake lo fi sounding shit mixes but nothing in between...
skwiggo wrote:your tracks are also crammed with lots of different changing elements but each element still has a sense of space and clarity. can you give any tips on the arrangement process when dealing with lots of different parts that may clash?
skwiggo wrote:are you going to sell out and make a trumpet house record any time soon?
SKIN E wrote:Bigup, love your tracks (especially Tinderbox), how do you go about programming your percussion? What's the process that gets you to these grooves
by jrisreal » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:16 pm
static_cast wrote:jrisreal wrote:I love CLK Recovery and Unglued. Listen to those all the time on my phone, in the car, on headphones, etc. A question that downlink didn't get around to:If you got home and saw a slinky lying around, what's the first thing you would do to/with it?thanks!probably shove it down the stairsa friend of mine wrote a paper on modelling the impulse response of a slinky as part of a phd at aalto in helsinki. sounded interesting - the math is actually different from that of a spring, but i can't remember why or how. the impulse response itself sounds like a lazer gun. pretty cool.
by hutyluty » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:19 pm
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