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answered What exactly does a DJ do when producing a track?
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comment How do I become a better electronic music producer?
No, I swear to you it is NOT in straight 4/4. Though that doesn't mean you can't COUNT it in 4/4 and even make it in 4/4, but really it isn't. It's a small point, but one that produces some of the tell-tale things that we're used to hearing D&B do. Syncopation really doesn't have anything to do with it... as for chord changes- depends on what you mean by "a lot". Of course ambient does; what else would it do? Most electro house doesn't, but I hear more exceptions everyday. Of course progressive house does, some trance always has (like epic trance), and yes, some dubstep does. Not much tho.
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Nov
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answered Why do some artists tune their guitars half a step or whole step down?
Oct
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answered Traktor audio 6 recognizes only one deck when pluging into my mac pro, what should i do?
Oct
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comment Sound proofing underneath the drumset
Oh, I don't care, I was just saying... but why couldn't you build a makeshift riser from cinderblocks? You said that there's no ready, makeshift way except to reiterate what you said, but all you said was that mass was probably "out of the question unless you want a new concrete floor..."
Oct
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comment Sound proofing underneath the drumset
Plus, he asked for "an intelligent, makeshift way" to do it... you just told him "get mass" whereas I told him a possible way to go about doing that.
Oct
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comment Sound proofing underneath the drumset
Yep, absolutely. Okay, the VERY BEST thing for soundproofing is MASS and out of readily available construction materials, cement cinderblocks are the best mix of price, availability and ease of installation. Plus you're not committed much if it doesn't work out for ya. :)
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answered Sound proofing underneath the drumset
Oct
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answered When tuning a guitar, why is it only in tune for a moment?
Oct
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comment How do I become a better electronic music producer?
No, I really think it's 8/6. You might be right though; I've debated about this at length with people. 6/8 is what jazz is in and what gives it what they call the "shuffle", according to Winton Marsales (sp?) on the radio one time. In 8/6, where you would normally count four, you count 6. Anyone else have some input on the matter?
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comment How do I become a better electronic music producer?
yep, that's KEY. Can't believe I forgot it. :)
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answered How do I become a better electronic music producer?
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