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07 April 2010 @ 03:01 am

Your chance to have YOUR MUSIC HEARD BY MILLIONS of people around the world, and gain international recognition as a leading remix artist!

 

Lena Katina, the star of the Russian pop sensation, t.A.T.u, launched a remix contest on Kroogi.com. You can put your spin on several t.A.T.u. songs. The winning tracks will be featured on the group’s upcoming remix compilation release.

 

Track stems are available here: http://tatu.kroogi.com/content/show/653951

 

The deadline for the remix submissions is May 1, 2010. Hurry! ;)

 

Good Luck!

 
 
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
 
 
08 December 2007 @ 11:39 pm
Excellent drum'n'bass tune

 
 
11 November 2006 @ 09:53 pm
Hallo ihr Lieben.

Wie versprochen kommt nun ein neuer Song von mir, den ich mit Ableton Live 6 produziert habe.
Und eure Meinung ist mir sehr wichtig. :-)

Darum hört ihn euch einfach mal an und sagt was ihr davon haltet!

klick


English: Please hear my song and say something! :-)

bye step
 
 
Current Location: Studio
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful
 
 
09 October 2006 @ 01:13 pm
It's geart and i'm loving it! :-)

Das Geld ist es auf jedenfalls wert und ich kann es nur jedem empfehlen.
Erste Sound kommen in Kürze. :-)

cu, euch step
 
 
Current Location: Studio
Current Mood: happyhappy
Current Music: Ableton Live 6
 
 
25 August 2006 @ 08:43 pm
Hey everyone. I stopped in a while ago to tell you about a project I was working on, splicemusic.com and get some advice from you. I wanted to stop back to say thanks again and to tell you that the site is officially open to the public. This means you can now join without an invitation!

If you missed the original posts, Splice is founded on the idea that creativity breeds creativity. You upload your tracks, loops, hits, samples, whatever... then you can build songs and remix them in the online sequencer. You can also use whatever everyone else has added to the site. When you're done, publish it for people to listen to and rate, AND if they want to, they can remix the song with their own personal twist.

Not only is this really fun, it's really practical for all the musicians like me who have lots of friends online that we'd love to play with, but never get a chance to meet in person. I'm really excited about this site and I'd love to see more people on there (we have more fun that way.)

Anyway, just wanted to let you know. If I can't make posts like this here, just let me know and I'll happily take it down. I am building the LJ for Splice, too, over at splicemusic. It's a bit of a mess still, but give me two days & I'll have it all running. It's been a crazy week. :)

See you inside!

~Amiee @ splicemusic.com
 
 
 
Hi,

last weekend I read the filter-chapter in the great book "Power Tools for Reason 3.0" and built my personal Redrum Combinator Patch with a Filterbank as a starting point for my drum-tracks. It's quite flexible, so I thought, why not share this patch with you?

Here it is: tk_drums_1.cmb

front front

Have a look at the combinator-programmer: The Knobs and Buttons of the combinator are connected to the four filters to change their settings at once and one button is connected to the matrix to turn it on and off. Using my Behringer Nano-Control makes "playing" this selfmade "filterbank" absolutely easy and fun :)
 
 
Current Location: Münster Homestudio
Current Mood: refreshedrefreshed
 
 
15 June 2006 @ 12:27 pm
Einohr noticed that we all (?) use Reason 3.0. Maybe there's a point where we can start to work on something...
 
 
Current Location: My desk
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: Carly Simon: You're so vain
 
 
15 June 2006 @ 10:00 am
How are these japanese people always so wholeheartedly working and have fun all the time doing their work and learning so seriously? :)
 
 
08 June 2006 @ 11:48 pm
Hi. I hope this kind of post is allowed here (if not, you can delete it, or let me know and I'll happily do it myself). It just seemed to me that a lot of people here would be interested in this:


I'm Amiee. I have some friends that are getting ready to launch a music collaboration site. The site is unlike anthing else I've seen: designed so that you can upload your sounds or loops and then mix them with sounds and loops that other people have uploaded. You can publish songs together, or remix something that someone else published. The more the merrier!

The site is really coming along and they are getting ready to launch their beta version soon, but right now, they are looking for a few more intelligent musical types (that'd be you!) to come over and play and see what you think. Feedback is good! I have some invites for anyone that is willing to come give it a shot and let us know what you think. This phase of testing is only open to a handful of people, but I'd really like YOUR specific input, since this is what YOU do. :)


If you're interested in making music with people from around the world, as well as getting in on this site from the beginning, or know someone else who is, hit me up here, or send me an email at thaumata@gmail.com and I will be more than happy to hook you up. I'm having a great time on there already, and I've already met some really fun musicians that I can't wait to record with.

Join us?? :)
 
 
08 June 2006 @ 07:30 pm
I just read this article:

http://news.scotsman.com/scitech.cfm?id=702752006

Maybe that's the reason why I like red wine?