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    Here's a potentially dumb idea: given the fact that many of us are producers as well as DJs, why don't we, as a community, put together a collection of of original tunes and "release" it as a CD?

    I guess what we would have to do is create a list of songs that people would want to put on it, and then everyone could vote (though some process) as to which ones would make the cut.

    Just a thought.

    And here is the most up-to-date list of contributors and (eventually) links to the tracks:


    01. Sarasin
    02. Gudowski [Electro House] - Pure Substance
    03. DjHipnotikk [Dubstep] - Keep it Trill
    04. Me [Dubstep] - Memory Holes Revibe
    05. Tekki [DnB] - Man of Constant Junglism
    06. Str8upDrew [Electro] - Making Up For Lost Time
    07. Villinus [Electro/Deep House] - Ĉolus
    08. Grazz16 [Electro/Prog House] - Smiling Buddha
    09. Djmaxone [Mashup/Hip House] - From the Soul
    10. Discob81 [Tech House] - Circles
    11. Mike_o [Breakbeat] - Breakin' The Classics
    12. Betatron [Dubstep]
    13. Tigerstyle [Funky House] - Little Ghost 2010 edit
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    With so many different styles i think if we were to do such a thing we would have to pick a genre then focus on that - then change genre for another release to give other people a go.

    Id certainly put something together if people wanted to do a dnb release

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    although, it would probably be even more difficult, and convoluted, I think it would be really cool to collect a pool tracks, and then make a 2 disc mix, maybe even back 2 back with a ton of djtt contributers. WOuld be sick... but really impractical, and would probably never happen.

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    HEY!!!!

    I will contribute a track of mine.

    Don't think it will be good enough tho.
    I don;t play my tracks out....as they don;t fit in my sets.

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    Hello,

    I can give something from my studio too Mainly house subgenres, nothing from comercial shit. Simply underground stuff. Some downtempo, ambient, dubstep, tribal house, progressive house, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambox View Post
    collection of of original tunes and "release" it as a CD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sine143 View Post
    2 disc mix, maybe even back 2 back with a ton of djtt contributers
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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post
    we would have to pick a genre then focus on that - then change genre for another release to give other people a go.
    oh yeah but this too.

    i think our 4 big genres here are: dnb, electro house, dubstep, and psytrance. theoretically a mix of all of these could be done pretty easily.

    electro house (128-130ish) -> dubstep (135-140ish) -> psytrance (140s?) -> dnb (high 150s-up)
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    I like the idea of having the songs mixed. Maybe though, for the sake of practicality, we could have one person do the mixing (or two if it's a two-disc release, one person per disc).

    Maybe then we could also agree on two genres of music, also one for each disc?

    PS. I'm glad you guys liked this idea. I was a little afraid at first that it was just gonna tank.
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    The bad thing about mix cd's is that we as dj's cant mix with them, i thought the whole idea of doing this is so we could play these tunes out. The main audience would be DJ's, so a non-dj mix cd is more desirable (in my eyes anyway).

    Perhaps one cd is a mix cd of all the tunes while the other is the individual songs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post
    The bad thing about mix cd's is that we as dj's cant mix with them, i thought the whole idea of doing this is so we could play these tunes out. The main audience would be DJ's, so a non-dj mix cd is more desirable (in my eyes anyway).

    Perhaps one cd is a mix cd of all the tunes while the other is the individual songs ?
    True.

    And if the cd wasn't mixed we could use a variety of styles.

    Edit: and just as and afterthought... if we didn't mix the cd, anyone who wanted to could mix it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post

    Perhaps one cd is a mix cd of all the tunes while the other is the individual songs ?
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