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Postby BeatConductor » 25 Jun 2014, 08:12

So i'm hunting for any mixing magic that happens in a live set.
Can be anything from really awesome transition work, to totally re-working a track by mixing it up.
I'm not looking for produced live edits. Must all be done "in the mix".

I don't really have any examples from the pros but i do have a couple of somethings i've done.



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Postby Final_Form » 25 Jun 2014, 09:32

Something like this?

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Postby Astroshade » 25 Jun 2014, 15:05

Fun Fact

Frontliner actually admitted that bakc in the day he didn't like DJ-ing at all.
Now he owns :)

Kinda like that dude Zedd.
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Postby Black Elision » 25 Jun 2014, 16:38

Astroshade:Fun Fact

Frontliner actually admitted that bakc in the day he didn't like DJ-ing at all.
Now he owns :)

Kinda like that dude Zedd.


Cause back in the days his mixing skills were the worst ^^
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Postby SCH » 25 Jun 2014, 16:56

The whole Mondello set at Qlimax 2003 if you like Oldschool _O_
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Postby Andi Veron » 25 Jun 2014, 20:59

Check out the sets from Dj Kutski, he is a genius in mixing live.
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Postby Astroshade » 25 Jun 2014, 21:20

Black Elision:
Astroshade:Fun Fact

Frontliner actually admitted that bakc in the day he didn't like DJ-ing at all.
Now he owns :)

Kinda like that dude Zedd.


Cause back in the days his mixing skills were the worst ^^

This gives me hope for my DJing carreer :)
All I know is how to use the faders hahaha and eq
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Postby BeatConductor » 26 Jun 2014, 06:39

Astroshade:
Black Elision:
Astroshade:Fun Fact

Frontliner actually admitted that bakc in the day he didn't like DJ-ing at all.
Now he owns :)

Kinda like that dude Zedd.


Cause back in the days his mixing skills were the worst ^^

This gives me hope for my DJing carreer :)
All I know is how to use the faders hahaha and eq


Hey man, if you get good at transitioning and track selection, you really don't need much more for hardstyle the way i see it.
Unless you can do what frontliner just did.
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Postby Astroshade » 26 Jun 2014, 11:26

BeatConductor:
Astroshade:
Black Elision:
Cause back in the days his mixing skills were the worst ^^

This gives me hope for my DJing carreer :)
All I know is how to use the faders hahaha and eq


Hey man, if you get good at transitioning and track selection, you really don't need much more for hardstyle the way i see it.
Unless you can do what frontliner just did.

Hahaha :) I wish I could do what Frontliner does (musicwise and DJwise).
No but... all I care for is that the tracks fit nicely together, that they have something in common, or at least the same KEY (I'm a big fan of harmonic mixing).
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Postby Shadix » 26 Jun 2014, 13:48

Astroshade:Fun Fact

Frontliner actually admitted that bakc in the day he didn't like DJ-ing at all.
Now he owns :)

Kinda like that dude Zedd.

Barry didn't own his own gear at that time, he had to learn at the gigs he played at :omg:
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Postby Astroshade » 27 Jun 2014, 09:00

Haha.
Damn.
Always wondered, do the pro's bring their stuff with them or do they use the stuff that is placed on the table at the gigs? u know except for headphones?
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Postby SCH » 27 Jun 2014, 19:22

You bring headphones and your music.
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Postby Diamanic » 27 Jun 2014, 19:48

Unless you wanna use controllers and all that kinda shit, then you have to bring those yourself (or you have managers for that if you're really spoiled :+ )
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Postby Dutchboyuk » 28 Jun 2014, 12:50

If you wanna hear good mixing, don't listen to hardstyle sets... Lol.
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Postby BeatConductor » 28 Jun 2014, 23:46

Dutchboyuk:If you wanna hear good mixing, don't listen to hardstyle sets... Lol.


You do bring a good point. Too bad i don't like many other versions of electronic music.
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