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    Default My first live performance!! (Dubstep)

    Here's a recording of my first ever gig. It's not perfect, but I think overall I did pretty well (especially considering I haven't even attempting any DJing in over a year to focus on producing). Anyway, I'm definitely looking for feedback since I'll have future spots here. Thanks guys!



    01.Krewella - One Minute
    02.Josh Money - Let Go With You
    03.Xilent - Choose Me II
    04.Roksonix - Music in Me
    05.Dodge & Fuski - Sick
    06.Addergebroed - The Warrior's Sound
    07.Don Diablo ft. Dragonette - Animale (Datsik Remix)
    08.Meg & Dia - Monster (DotEXE Remix)
    09.Regs - Newstyle
    10.SPL - Low Girl
    11.Feed Me - Blood Red
    12.Tom Piper & Nic Corelli - Indisco (Bar 9 Remix)
    13.Tek One - Broken String
    14.Porter Robinson - Spitfire
    15.Skeptiks - 8 Bit Gangsta
    16.Breathe Caroline - Blackout (kHoff Remix)
    17.Skeptiks - Under the Bed
    18.Balkansky & Counterstrike - Roboshop
    19.T.O.B., ill-Gates & Dov vs. Jay-Z - 99 Decoy Problems (Lambox Mashup)
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    Some non-harmonic transitions, that sounded a bit messy. If you go for a new track that don't match straight on, make a harsh cut. Otherwise it sounds like a fairly well built set for a first gig. Although personally I find dub a bit boring on its own, I'd still recommend trying to make the set more suprising. How? I don't know Vocals every now and then, familiar melody bits/ samples, D'n'b drops?

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    downloading to listen to it later. but the first transition already has a key clash... ill come back with some feedback on the rest of it later today. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubar View Post
    Some non-harmonic transitions, that sounded a bit messy. If you go for a new track that don't match straight on, make a harsh cut. Otherwise it sounds like a fairly well built set for a first gig. Although personally I find dub a bit boring on its own, I'd still recommend trying to make the set more suprising. How? I don't know Vocals every now and then, familiar melody bits/ samples, D'n'b drops?
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    downloading to listen to it later. but the first transition already has a key clash... ill come back with some feedback on the rest of it later today. =)
    Thanks for your feedback guys. And while I appreciate the concerns as far as the harmonic mixing... I honestly didn't even think about it as I was playing. The only thing I was worried about was getting from one track to the next.

    But in any event, thanks for your feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambox View Post
    Thanks for your feedback guys. And while I appreciate the concerns as far as the harmonic mixing... I honestly didn't even think about it as I was playing. The only thing I was worried about was getting from one track to the next.

    But in any event, thanks for your feedback.
    That's always the most important think...just worry about harmonies as you go...by the way how was the night?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigheadmikelove View Post
    That's always the most important think...just worry about harmonies as you go...by the way how was the night?
    It was awesome man. Easily one of the most remarkable experiences of my entire life!
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    good first gigs are always a good thing (somewhere an english teacher is shaking their head) I remember mine, I finger fucked the records so bad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
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    Well, i heard the mix last night while playin some games, im not gonna pick apart this mix and try and analyze it or anything. Besides a few sound level issues, nothing really jumped out at me to notice (the bad things). I like the track selection. Congrats on your first gig mate!

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    hope you kicked ass buddy ;p
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiExcel View Post
    Well, i heard the mix last night while playin some games, im not gonna pick apart this mix and try and analyze it or anything. Besides a few sound level issues, nothing really jumped out at me to notice (the bad things). I like the track selection. Congrats on your first gig mate!
    Thanks man!

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    hope you kicked ass buddy ;p
    I like to think so
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