Let Your Body Take Control #1 (Techno/TechHouse mix - S4 & TouchOsc)
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    Default Let Your Body Take Control #1 (Techno/TechHouse mix - S4 & TouchOsc)

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    Playlist:
    Trentemoller - Shades of marble (Trentemoller remix)
    Emmanuel Jal - Kuar (Henrik Scharz remix)
    Maverickz - I wanna funk
    Technasia - Tu isla (Technasia hard mix)
    Dj Simi - Dream it (Egbert remix)
    Marco Bailey - Rubber band (Dave Angel remix)
    Robert Babicz - Slide
    Daniel Steinberg - Patchways (loops + acappella)
    Uner - Bassboot
    Man with guitar - Man with guitar
    Superslut - Bulerias
    Francisco Allendes & Aldo Cadiz - Esa nena quiere
    Cirez D & Acki Kokotos - Sirtos madness
    Booka Shade - Regenerate (Kris Menace remix)
    Kaiserdisco - Holding up my life
    + loops, acapellas and stuff


    Take care, hope you enjoy.
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    On my listen to list for later.
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    Feedback will be welcomed as always.
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    Last edited by Yul; 09-09-2011 at 05:18 AM.
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    Excellent mix. I strive to grasp FX usage as well as you one day.
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    Well if you have questions I could try to answer either on which ones I used or whatever really, let me know.
    There's a point where I did use once the auto boucer (I really thought that was the bouncer ) and that felt totally out of the way so, it's not that perfect anyway.

    Thanks for your comment.
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    I'm really trying to wrap my head around Traktor's new FX mostly tape and ramp delay. I think the best way for me to do that is to hear them being used in mixes. I've not been able to get a decent sounding auto bouncer at home.
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    Ok, that's noted I'll write later a short example on how I use the ramp delay and with which settings. I don't use much the tape delay, more because I didn't really experiment with it. I tend to prefer the bouncer rather than the autobouncer as where you keep tight control of the bouncer, the autobouncer works on a fixed lenght (ie you engage it and it will play for - I think- 8 beats, so it's kind of tricky sometimes to use it correctly).
    I'll see what I can come with and post that.
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