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    They don't just sit there and look away from the desk/screen/whatever whilst they throw ideas at them.

    http://www.residentadvisor.net/podca...x?exchange=138

    Listen to this, it may enlighten you.
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    Goldie has maintained the same sound throughout the years despite using several different engineers such as Rob Playford, Optical, Dan Miracle, Tech Itch and Audio. Goldie tunes still have a signature sound.

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    His engineer nowadays is Jim Heist renowned jump up drum & bass producer! I think that says it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmniRoss View Post
    His engineer nowadays is Jim Heist renowned jump up drum & bass producer! I think that says it all.

    I thought it was Audio, not Heist. My fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmniRoss View Post
    His engineer nowadays is Jim Heist renowned jump up drum & bass producer! I think that says it all.

    Christ.. what happened to drum & bass

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepanache View Post
    Christ.. what happened to drum & bass
    There's still a ton of good shit out there. Unfortunately, lowest common denominator sells.

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