Progressive mix, using DB4
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    Default Progressive mix, using DB4

    Here is my first mix using my DB4. I just used the analogue record out and recorded to ZOOM H1 handy recorder.

    I mainly used the delay effects and also some layering using two channels, 1 using eq filter mode and the other standard. I didnt go overboard with the effects as I felt it would take away from the mix, so it in no way showcases the DB4's full potential.

    This is the music that I love, playing on the mixer that I love.

    I used Tpro and and X1.

    Enjoy.

    http://soundcloud.com/djdeepsea/the-deep-sea-mix
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    I was listening to old mixes i had made and mixed internally with Tpro to compare with my latest using my XONE DB4. I would have imagined that the mix internal would have sounded better, but the mix from the DB4 sounds more organic and raw (in a good way)

    I love my DB4, its worth every brass ra zu

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