Mixing Acid Jazz, (was: Re: hello out there...)

From: aya lounge (ayalounge@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri May 18 2001 - 18:48:30 CEST

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    Hey, I just joined, so I don't know about these cycles yet, but I was
    intrigued by how you say you got some good ideas for mixing, I wonder if you
    could point me to the relevant thread(s) and/or re-cap some of what you
    learned here. My DJ friends all play house music, on vinyl, and they always
    match beats, and these records always have extended loops at the beggining
    and end to facilitate this. On the other hand I spin acid-jazz CD's, at a
    variety of tempos, and most of the tracks have a proper beginning, and some
    even have a proper ending too. So I was wondering how anyone else in the
    same situation goes about the mixing of tracks....

    Eric Kittell

    >From: "Leslie N. Shill" <icehouse@redshift.com>
    >To: "Dave Haynes" <gvcontact@hotmail.com>
    >CC: "Erik Boralv" <acid-jazz@ucsd.edu>
    >Subject: Re: hello out there...
    >Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 07:27:42 -0700
    >the list is quieter but it tends to go through cycles, like anything I
    >suppose. I hope it doesn't fade because ithas been a huge plus for me. I
    >have found more worthwhile music here, more ideas about music and mixing
    >and more interesting people that any other list I spend any time on!

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