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BeatLeSS

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  1. RSVP'ed. Do not want hotel like last melb meat though, am not going to deal with people complaining about noise, or whales pissing in hallways. First one to a popped lung wins.
  2. I could do melbs again, less apartment/hotel styles though.
  3. wots wrong with it/what'd ya do to it? Might be able to ave a look.
  4. Sorry lads but I disagree. Folder structure is important to me when I want shit. And especially where certain file formats are only supported in certain areas, and with certain equipment and setups restricting the file formats once again. Metadata is all sorted, and that was part of the process, now the programs such as iTunes/RekordBox/Traktor/Serato etc I will have no problem with them. E.g: WAV do not come with tags - this information needs to be manually done from somewhere, last time i kept on top of it I had to check my order histories and get the metadata information from the site I purchased the music from. Now I can easily get this information with verbose language via the filename, and do it in batches as each site follows it's on uniformity. Another example would be promotional tracks where the comments and tags are just filled with garbage, I can remove all this before it hits my programs, again in batches. This for me is a way of digitising a physical collection, when I actually want to pick the file, I don't need to open a program and find file from there. I can port this collection around and easily navigate it, even if it is large, and have little to no problem on anyone elses setup or equipment.
  5. 3,000 tunes easily done and sorted. Manually created the artist folders and moved files around as I found this quicker and easier with my knowledge, but did the tagging and renaming through MP3tag - made shit super quick compared to doing each individual file. Behold all it's glory!
  6. Found this program extremely helpful over the last few days as I re-sort through my music collection to ensure I've got all the tags correctly done and I've sorted out my conventions for how I'm going to move forward. This program has made it more efficient, I'm able to pull tag information directly from the filename if it's available, and then I can batch rename all the songs to Artist - Title (how I like) once that's done. It also gave me an explorer based view of all my tracks meta data so I could easily see which tracks were helpless in my hoarding process and had to be removed (couldn't identify any of the song quickly enough from either existing tags or filename). Bit of a learning curve in how to perform all the functions, I haven't delved too deeply yet but will be looking at using some of the utility down the track. This will be a program I keep in my aresnal for music enthusiasm. Link for the program: https://www.mp3tag.de/en/ Couple of handy links to help through the program; https://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=9143 https://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=16815 http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=980#entry4110 https://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=16077
  7. Yo dude howsit going! How'd ya get here? Brissy based here
  8. melbourne was fuckoff cold, hell even perth was cold. I imagine we're going further south so it'll be cold.
  9. what accom are we looking at boiz post up some links. It'll be fucking cold down there so i'm saying no pool requirement haha Also is anyone keen to do a recovery day or two in Hobart? Not very often get the chance to see Tasmania, could be cool.
  10. Awesome vid! Jeezus, talented little kid. Tiny qbert. Any other stand out sets?
  11. I want one for all my shit now. LOL. Here's a laptop stand example.
  12. Make a 3d printable design to contain all your shit and send it off to someone who has one? CNC machines I hear are a pretty good investment these days too.
  13. I have however ran into a sound design engineer who builds speakers for a living and apparently the equipment and expertise to tuning them is one of those things which leaves the field relatively undesirable, anyone got any pointers on this too? technology/usage capacity needed after building, etc?
  14. What if you had designs that could be built cheaply with tools available at your local skilltrading warehouse - i.e hackerspace in brisbane? I've followed quite a few builds from http://www.billfitzmaurice.com/ and I've seen some really decent designs which you can get super cheap normal car subs to perform above level from what you'd want... I'd be super interested to see what anyone would be keen on building.
  15. Most studios i've seen in these pics either have acoustic proofing or are designed in a way that isn't required (i.e not a box). FYI: Noisia built a box inside a warehouse, not made to normal box specs because of acoustic treatment. Here's how they started, with springs on the fucking floor!;
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  18. It's not gonna go, at very least it'll become a shadow of a site with shitty hosting. But you'll still be able to get your shit and it wont disappear overnight I dare say. (don't quote me on this)
  19. TBH for those here out there looking to sharpen up their mixing skills perhaps we re-introduce the monthly mixes, maybe making them 2-3 genres instead of one, encouraging creativity in filling the gaps and transitioning to new styles. For those interested in producing, and those who aren't as good at it - perhaps coming up with your own individual 8bar sample/loop/vox/effect/bassline/etc and having the producers see what they can do with them in whatever format they so wish.
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