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woot! Good luck bro!
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woot! Good luck bro!
Thanks Jeremy, you will get my trippy album soon.
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haha I look forward to it! On a sidenote! Seeing Steve Aoki on Wednesday! Just wanted to throw that bit of information randomly...
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Mine came in on Saturday, but I didn't get a chance to try it until a few hours ago.



Overall very different than what I normally listen to, but sounds very cool in headphones.

Thanks,
Alex
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Yeah I can see that Alex in your 'hood
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WoW Alex, what a great photo... thanks man.
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Was this CD made for headphones? If so, I might bite..
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Was this CD made for headphones? If so, I might bite..
This CD was made with head-fi inspiration, and headphones play a huge part in the process of creating this CD.
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CD have been sent out to h.rav, big thanks.
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CD have been sent out to h.rav, big thanks.
10.00 right? I love good electronica/techno/dance. I still love Disco & not afraid to admit it. Can you send me a PP money request.. My email is coolbubbaice@yahoo.com. If I really like I will buy more.
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10.00 right? I love good electronica/techno/dance. I still love Disco & not afraid to admit it. Can you send me a PP money request.. My email is coolbubbaice@yahoo.com. If I really like I will buy more.
Correct, $10 free shipping to anywhere on the globe. You can listing to free samples for the a album here: :: Acix Store :: The CD have much better quality then the mp3 on the website. I hope you'll like it.
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Correct, $10 free shipping to anywhere on the globe. You can listing to free samples for the a album here: :: Acix Store :: The CD have much better quality then the mp3 on the website. I hope you'll like it.
I'm sure I'll like some songs..But It's very rare If I like all songs on a CD.. But anythings possible.. Would you recommend bass heavy headphones to get the most out of your songs..Pro 900/D2000/D50007000/DX1000/770 etc? Or headphones with good prat?
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The effects are a part of the composition. They're made specifically to design the atmosphere of the track and to correspond with the beat. Some of them are organic or found sounds that have been synthesized and shaped to create the tapestry woven together with the groove.

Since this is dance music, the beats have two functions, which are basically one, as they're connected. The first part is to bring you to the basic tribal body response to move your body and dance. You can try it, it's really fun. The second part is the secret ingredient: the beats with the bass create two moving energy fields which allows one to tap into a higher expression of themselves.

Thanks for sharing your impression. It's really appreciated.
Total agree.. For this musical genre you need 'thump', 'thump,'..It gets people connected to the music. Go to a club.. People will nod in unison to the sound of the bass. I do that will my disco/hip hop music..Even with bass lite phones..But the effects aren't as great, as you don't physically feel the bass..
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I'm sure I'll like some songs..But It's very rare If I like all songs on a CD.. But anythings possible.. Would you recommend bass heavy headphones to get the most out of your songs..Pro 900/D2000/D50007000/DX1000/770 etc? Or headphones with good prat?
I'll recommend any hps that you have and you can afford, some times I've checked the mixes on my DT-48's just to be sure I have some bass that will be present on them too, the 48's give me a good perspective of the low mid bass compare to the very low octave of the bass sub (around 30hz and down).

The most bassy hps that I've tried the CD was on the Pro-900. I prefer the bass of the HD-800 and the K-702. I'm sure on basshead hps will be a lot of fun listen to the full album.
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CD have been sent out to KBI, I hope to see you at the San Francisco Bay Area Meet on the 2/27/2010.
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