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Cee

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  1. He tells me his all about the deep house now that his older and more mature but seriously I am going to start a selling a lot of vinyl soon just looking for a record fair to do it at.
  2. https://www.discogs.com/seller/slinkydisc/profile
  3. I started this feel free to contribute if you music is a fit.
  4. I am selling my a10 soundcard and software I have some lightly used control vinyl and CDs plus a mint set of vinyl happy to ship to Adjf user or met up in Melb. price firm $375.
  5. https://soundcloud.com/slinkydisc/giant-slinky Ok this is a bit a different to what is normally posted on ADJF but I met a English multi-instrumentalist Jon Smith of Giant Giant and we had a crack at writing a snog together with my drones and production and his music writing and playing skills. We are looking to write some more music in the future with his better half who is a an accomplished drummer singer. Let me know what you think.
  6. https://www.mixcloud.com/SlinkyCee/emo-electro/ Just some AB mixing down on Abelton of my favourite chilled Electro tunes.
  7. https://soundcloud.com/chris_carter I just found this on soundcloud I had no idea Chris was still making music but their is some awesome music on here. If the name does not ring a bell he was the main noise maker in the early industrial group Throbbing Gristle.
  8. http://www.mixcloud.com/SlinkyCee/dark- ... -the-synth
  9. Anyone djing on abelton I am thinking of trying it over traktor especially since the music I am djing is not bpm based now.
  10. https://youtu.be/fnlXGySUyUM
  11. https://soundcloud.com/slinkydisc/friday-night-drone
  12. Yep she has a wicked sound I found this through moog they are using her to showcase the new semi modular synth. I like it because it not just plinky plok music which most people seem to make with modular synths, it seems to be mostly guys geeking out about the gear and forgetting to create.
  13. https://soundcloud.com/banahaffarmusic/sonus
  14. Two reason's I have just put a pre-order in for a moog mother 32 and I was just sampling loops off it in the end rather than using it like a traditional drum machine. I can get those classic sounds from anywhere there was no need to have it in hardware form but you have to try these things. I think they missed a trick when they made it just roland sounds if you could load up any sounds into it would have been more versatile having the classic tr programming style mixed with unique sounds it would awesome like you can do with some of the early casio drum machines. A lot of those classic tr sounds only work in (for me) the context of straight up dance music I am finding my humble volca beats is siting better in the mix of the ambient tracks I making.
  15. Thanks the main synth is a new preset for the matrix vst from arturia it just reminded me of a lot of classic ambient tracks and the wave noise is the white noise oscillator through the minibrute 's lfo. check out this new one for me https://soundcloud.com/slinkydisc/desert-highway
  16. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/161845452173 ... 1558.l2649 I am selling this on ebay but I can do a discount for adjf members if you contact me direct.
  17. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/HK-Audio-Luc ... 1839850098? Selling this on ebay happy to deal with adjf members.
  18. https://soundcloud.com/slinkydisc/port-fairy-sunrise
  19. I am all about the old school, I realized the other day that the I think of techno written after 1995 as new.
  20. https://m.soundcloud.com/slinkydisc/acid-demo-2 Got out the xoxbox and wrote a little acid jam I still got a long way to go in terms of song composition but I am happy with the sound.
  21. http://www.attackmagazine.com/technique/beat-dissected/ Looking for the perfect electro drum pattern to program into my drum machines I found this a good place to start on a few different genres.
  22. http://www.swamp.net.au/swamp-content/a ... ained.html I use these guys to buy cables and convectors and they have always been very good, I found this little guide when buying something and it's a really well written explanation of common studio and live cables and connectors.
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