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    One of my favorites, the sample is killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    http://forum.djtechtools.com/showthread.php?t=65801

    what sets us apart is our individuality...
    It's nice how you show your individuality with things other people have created...

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    Keithace, who gives you the right to decide if threads get locked or not?

    This site is about sharing information with others - what gives you the right to even suggest he can't post this just because you've done it before, wind your neck in champ. And try to come correct next time.
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    Woah woah woah guys, everyone knows DJs aren't allowed to discuss their favourite tunes with each other! That's only for fans of music!

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    You might wanna visit www.stompy.com you will find some gems.
    http://soundcloud.com/thom-b/
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    Quote Originally Posted by souldancer View Post
    You might wanna visit www.stompy.com you will find some gems.
    +1, Stompy is my go to for funky.

    I'm not really into deep, but this is my current "hot shit" deep house track.

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    Don't really care about the whole sharing/giving argument but if you need 'similar' sounding tech house songs to the one the OP posted then hes not searching very hard.

    That is about the most common tech house sound out there, pretty generic samples and rhythms....so just look through about 15 songs on the tech house chart on beatport and you will find what you are looking for.

    Maybe that's why ppl are a little upset that the OP is asking for song suggestions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes View Post
    It's nice how you show your individuality with things other people have created...
    Uh, everyone uses things "other people have created." I'm in no way unique in this respect. Stop trolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mighty FV View Post
    Keithace, who gives you the right to decide if threads get locked or not?

    This site is about sharing information with others - what gives you the right to even suggest he can't post this just because you've done it before, wind your neck in champ. And try to come correct next time.
    Precisely. Thank you.
    Last edited by tekki; 01-28-2013 at 05:04 PM.

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    Sorry I don't have a hidden gem to share with you for the genre you are looking for. I am sure that a few will come along though. You may also want to consider asking about DJ's alternative digging tools. It used to be that you had to go to a record store and dig through crates for a few hours to find some real gems hidden in there. Now a days people have moved to digital but that just means the way you dig has changed. If you find something on beatport, chances are that it is going to be found but a whole lot of other people in a short time. Because of this you have to get creative. Try youtube, other stores, soundcloud, etc.

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