TIESTO IN MANILA TICKETS, NOW
TIESTO APRIL 19, 08, at SILVER
tickets are now available at selected
oddyssey branches,Trinoma, SM North
edsa, Alabang Town center, Rockwell,
please email us at
www.tiesto.com for his asia tour
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The Winter Music Conference(WMC) is a weeklong electronic music event, held every March since the mid-1980s in Miami. It is aimed at professionals such as DJs, record label representatives and promoters. WMC is attended by a who's who of the electronic music scene, and it is a sought-after place to network, premiere tracks and showcase skills. As such, the event has major international draw, with around 30% of attendees coming from outside… Continue
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Somebody told me that if i want to start djing it’s useless to start mixing on the computer with the help from software.
Well, it’s not useless, now are tons of software that can do the same thing that a platter or some cd players can do.
Lets take virtual dj, the simplest software and you can do so much with it.
I’m not talking about Traktor or Ableton, cause those are very advanced and those are really a great competitor to the platters or the cd… Continue
Added by computer dj on March 18, 2008 at 2:05am —
I have never heard of Hybrid before listening “Finished Symphony”.
First i liked this track and i was listening constantly at home.
After that i thought that it would a good idea if i’ll play it in the club.
The song is great so i had to do no modifications. There was 6 minutes of enjoy and brake for me cause i simply wasn’t thinking about mixing, just listening.
Great guys, good… Continue
Added by hybrid on March 18, 2008 at 2:03am —
Ableton Live is a loop-based software music sequencer for Mac OS and Windows by Ableton. The latest major release of Live, Version 7, was released in November 2007. Unlike other software sequencers, Live is designed around the notion of being as much an instrument for live performances as a tool for composing and arranging.
Much of Live's unique interface comes from being designed to use in live performance as well as for production. As such the interface is more compact than most… Continue
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He is the transporter of minds and souls to an amazing frantic paradise that, while leaving you knackered, strangely also leaves you feeling re-invigorated.
At 6ft tall and broad-shouldered, with his trademark shaved head, a chunky ostentatious chain around his neck, and immaculate dress sense (if it’s not designer, it doesn’t go anywhere near him) he makes an imposing figure who commands respect.
His confident appearance is matched by his masterful… Continue
Added by andy whitby on March 18, 2008 at 1:54am —
Great djs, great sound...Too bad you can’t find something more about them.
“LaMania” is a track which easy gets on your soul if you’re a dance music fan.
Actually almost everything from Audiofly is very good stuff.
Try Audiofly in your club, you won’t be… Continue
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Vito Lucente, better known as Junior Jack, is a house music producer and DJ, born in Italy, but resident in Belgium since his teen years.
In the early years Vito Lucente produced several acid house and eurodance projects, mostly in collaboration with Eric Imhauser. However, his more famous project was as producer of the synth pop/eurorap band Benny B, with vocalist Amid Gharbaoui, DJ Daddy K and dance Serge "Perfect" Nuet. Lucente left the band after the second album,… Continue
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Mixmag styles itself as, "the world's biggest dance music and clubbing magazine," with a circulation of 41,757 and a readership of 304,000. Having begun 1982 in the United Kingdom, it covers dance events, and reviews music and club nights. Mixmag has coined terms and phrases to describe genres and conventions within dance music.
Mixmag, in association with their original publishing company, DMC Publishing, released a series of CDs under the heading "Mixmag… Continue
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Agnelli & Nelson, the collective name of Northern Irish pair Chris Agnelli and Robbie Nelson (who also produce under the names Afterburn, Cortez, Green Atlas, and Quincey & Sonance), writers and producers of dance music, are notable for helping to define the genre of Trance music since 1997.
Since 1997, Chris Agnelli and Robbie Nelson have been writing and producing dance music, of which their hits El Nino and Everyday have become classics of their genre. They… Continue
Added by Agnelli & Nelson on March 17, 2008 at 7:39am —
Rob Tissera is a true DJ legend. A product of the early Hacienda and warehouse raves today hes still one the world's favourite DJs. Beginning his career spinning and producing acid house he went on to become become one one half of the legendary trance duo Quake. Trance classic The Day Will Come was a Top 30 hit and start of many Top 40 productions,; three of which ended up on Soundtrack of Cult Movie Human Traffic.
Today not only is he one of the globe's top… Continue
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Eddie Halliwell is an English dance music DJ, from Wigan, England. Eddie has held residencies at Goodgreef and Gatecrasher, was named DJ of the year by mixmag in 2003 and reached number 17 in both the 2005 and 2006 DJ Mag Top 100 poll , and 16th in the 2007 poll. As well as making a name for himself on the UK and international club circuit, Eddie is also a resident DJ for BBC Radio 1.
Having been brought up in the north west of England, it is where Eddie made… Continue
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Starkid (real name Adam Spears) was a young electronic music producer from Texas who was most known for his single Crayons which was played by DJs such as John Digweed and featured on Nick Warren's Global Underground: Reykjavik. It was later released as a full single on Release Records.
Spears was fatally injured in a car accident on July 30, 2004 and died at the age of 18. Tribute remixes of Crayons were created by producers Numinous & Habersham and Leama… Continue
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Common Ground is the debut artist album written and produced by British trance duo Leama & Moor released on Lost Language and Tirade Records in 2006. The album is a continuously mixed artist set that takes the listener on a journey through ambient soundscapes and cinematic textures, acoustic rock, house, breaks, and trance music. It has also featured vocalists Jan Johnston and Ashley Tomberlin (from Luminary) and a duo project called Rushmore.
Jan Johnston did… Continue
Added by common ground on March 13, 2008 at 10:15am —
Jan Johnston is a female singer.
In the early 1990s she was signed to Columbia Records as part of the pop duo JJ which gained some recognition touring the UK.
However when the band project failed she changed musical genres and started appearing on many dance and trance releases, mostly on the Perfecto Records label. Her voice is featured in several Tiësto and Brian Transeau mixes, as well as many other trance music producer… Continue
Added by jan johnston on March 13, 2008 at 10:09am —
Leama & Moor are a DJ and production duo of Andy Beardmore and Martin Smith hailing from the UK. They have begun their music in 1999 under Leama's solo project with the songs "Requiem For A Dream" and "Melodica" before they officially formed the duo project Leama & Moor. They released singles on labels such as Lost Language and have performed remix duties for producers such as Space Manoeuvres, Tiësto and Starkid. Their first project under their guise was their… Continue
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Robert Miles is a Swiss Italian record producer, composer and musician in trance and ambient music.
Robert Miles was born to Antonietta and Albino Concina in Neuchatel, Switzerland.
Although not a musical prodigy, Miles became proficient at playing the piano during his youth in Friuli, in the small town of Fagagna, where his family moved when he was still a young boy, and has been in the music "scene" since 1988. He worked as DJ in some Italian clubs and in… Continue
Added by robert miles on March 13, 2008 at 9:52am —
Ron van den Beuken started making dance music about seven years ago. He studied at the Conservatorium of Maastricht and also went to University as a law student. After completing his study he got into the dance-scene with his first record, 'feel it'. It was a club tune which was on number 1 in Holland for several weeks. He continued with another track called 'Keep it Up'. This one became a big Top-10 Hit in Scandinavia.
In 2003 Ron introduced Clokx, covering clocks… Continue
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