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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by steshine » Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:26 am

I gain more and more detest for 90% of the users on this forum as each day passes.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by borrowed » Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:44 am

steshine wrote:I gain more and more detest for 90% of the users on this forum as each day passes.

Well the problem is that on sick tracks like Borgore's Ice Cream or Doctor P's "sweet shop" (dunno if you've heard that before) that you can't hear the midrange or squee sounds thanks to some asshole mc.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by kentnz » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:12 am

N-Type is especially jokes.
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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by er98ah » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:18 pm

I am surprised at the amount of people on this forum supporting the MC'ing.

People in England seem to have a high level of tolerance for MC's. Like I said, I do respect the MC's. I don't mind an MC chanting some bs here and there, spitting a verse or two throughout the set. The problem is screaming shit non stop all over the set.

N-type is the biggest culprit of loud mc'ing all over his sets, it would be nice if he turned his mic volume down and was a bit more sporadic with his mc'ing. Toast is probably one of the more tolerable MC's on Rinse.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by human? » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:25 pm

did you start listening to radio yesterday?

can you really ask why are there mcs on pirate radio and not have your head explode?


so bizarre...

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by steshine » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:52 pm

borrowed wrote:
steshine wrote:I gain more and more detest for 90% of the users on this forum as each day passes.

Well the problem is that on sick tracks like Borgore's Ice Cream or Doctor P's "sweet shop" (dunno if you've heard that before) that you can't hear the midrange or squee sounds thanks to some asshole mc.
Oh I see... so when you're listening to non-dubstep music (i.e. Electro) the MC pisses you off....
I've got no problem with that.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by er98ah » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:17 pm

human? wrote:did you start listening to radio yesterday?

can you really ask why are there mcs on pirate radio and not have your head explode?


so bizarre...

no but i stopped by your mother's place yesterday and she made my one eyed viper explode, so bizarre...

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by FSTZ » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:19 pm

wow

people complain about everything

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by human? » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:24 pm

er98ah wrote:
human? wrote:did you start listening to radio yesterday?

can you really ask why are there mcs on pirate radio and not have your head explode?


so bizarre...

no but i stopped by your mother's place yesterday and she made my one eyed viper explode, so bizarre...

im being serious. have you ever listened to any UK pirate radio before you started streaming rinse online last week?

i mean, has the last 20+ years of 'nuum pirate radio just escaped your attention entirely?

its a bizarre question to ask. not my fault you came here flexing your ignorance... you dont like it? so what, thats what studio mixes are for... asking for london pirate radio without MCs is absurd.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by apmje » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:14 pm

I don't really like MC's over peoples sets but whatever.

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by mashmash » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:51 pm

human? wrote:
er98ah wrote:
human? wrote:did you start listening to radio yesterday?

can you really ask why are there mcs on pirate radio and not have your head explode?


so bizarre...

no but i stopped by your mother's place yesterday and she made my one eyed viper explode, so bizarre...

im being serious. have you ever listened to any UK pirate radio before you started streaming rinse online last week?

i mean, has the last 20+ years of 'nuum pirate radio just escaped your attention entirely?

its a bizarre question to ask. not my fault you came here flexing your ignorance... you dont like it? so what, thats what studio mixes are for... asking for london pirate radio without MCs is absurd.
exactly. lots of these 'mc's' are just hosting the show anyway, they're not proper mc's. they make the show more enjoyable in my opinion. without them, how could ticket competitions be held? or how would we find out the track IDs? or how would you ask them to big up your mate or whatever?

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by er98ah » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:57 pm

i do understand the basis for the mc'ing on the sets, but i would say that for the most part, people are listening cause they want to hear the music. In my opinion, having someone scream on a mic every 15 seconds is unnecessary and annoying.

According to this thread, I am the only person whom thinks this way, and how can one be so ignorant to even propose that the mc'ing on Rinse is a bit too much?

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by pompende » Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:13 pm

er98ah wrote:
human? wrote:did you start listening to radio yesterday?

can you really ask why are there mcs on pirate radio and not have your head explode?


so bizarre...

no but i stopped by your mother's place yesterday and she made my one eyed viper explode, so bizarre...
omfg you just did a 'your mom' joke on a forum?

and yes a lot of times the mic is too loud... :i: :i: :i: :i: :i: :i:

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by Joma » Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:58 pm

FSTZ wrote:wow

people complain about everything
sums up dsf these days really

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by bulletin » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:01 pm

steshine wrote:
borrowed wrote:
steshine wrote:I gain more and more detest for 90% of the users on this forum as each day passes.

Well the problem is that on sick tracks like Borgore's Ice Cream or Doctor P's "sweet shop" (dunno if you've heard that before) that you can't hear the midrange or squee sounds thanks to some asshole mc.
Oh I see... so when you're listening to non-dubstep music (i.e. Electro) the MC pisses you off....
I've got no problem with that.
LOOOL par

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by bulletin » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:06 pm

er98ah wrote:i do understand the basis for the mc'ing on the sets, but i would say that for the most part, people are listening cause they want to hear the music. In my opinion, having someone scream on a mic every 15 seconds is unnecessary and annoying.

According to this thread, I am the only person whom thinks this way, and how can one be so ignorant to even propose that the mc'ing on Rinse is a bit too much?
A purely instrumental radio show would be boring. Besides, if you want an uninterrupted mix there are plenty of mix CD's in the market, let alone mixcloud sets etc etc

I'll agree that screaming every 15 seconds is unnecessary (and i'll concede it does annoy me when a tune drops and you only get a few bars in before the DJ/MC opens their mouth) but it's ingrained in the culture.

Bless the good MC's that aren't deluded into thinking they have big lyrics and can just let the tune breathe and the mix flow

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by dopelabs » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:59 pm

plenty of other stations that DONT have mc's to choose from...
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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by borrowed » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:08 pm

dopelabs wrote:plenty of other stations that DONT have mc's to choose from...

Know any?

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by borrowed » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:08 pm

steshine wrote:
borrowed wrote:
steshine wrote:I gain more and more detest for 90% of the users on this forum as each day passes.

Well the problem is that on sick tracks like Borgore's Ice Cream or Doctor P's "sweet shop" (dunno if you've heard that before) that you can't hear the midrange or squee sounds thanks to some asshole mc.
Oh I see... so when you're listening to non-dubstep music (i.e. Electro) the MC pisses you off....
I've got no problem with that.
:o

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Re: please no MC on Rinse FM

Post by dopelabs » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:15 pm

borrowed wrote:
dopelabs wrote:plenty of other stations that DONT have mc's to choose from...

Know any?
dubstep.fm for one... i basically have a no-mc policy.... subfm has some decent shows as well that dont have mc's.. and im pretty sure hivemind.fm does as well...
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