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Did you ever play the same track twice?

Solid Snake

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Posted : Jul 10, 2011 18:32:07
Not to long ago I heard a dj play the same track twice, once early in his set and later on he played it again. I didn't really pay much attention to it since nobody else seemed to notice.

Still, isn't there enough music out there?

IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 10, 2011 22:42
Yeah, sometimes you dont remember you already play that track, but is kind of of a noob error. More likely to happen if the dj is wasted XD

          "The dedication to repetition the search for nirvana in a single held tone or an endlessly cycling rhythm is one of electronic music's noblest gestures."
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Jul 11, 2011 07:40
nope, it's a main rule for me that a track can't be Repeated, it's like a Sacrilege.

and there should be an Almighty rule that Says don't Repeat the Same Track if Somebody else played's Annoying to listen in the same night 3 times Ace Ventura's the Light...           DJ of Sourcecode
A&R from Horns and Hoofs Entertainment

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Posted : Jul 11, 2011 09:42
ow yeah happened to me one indeed wasted
was a trak from mm with a nie sample yes we ate mushrooms
so 2 times mushrooms, whih i did those 2 days hahaha very mental joke           -the beast within-
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Jul 11, 2011 11:49
it can happen as a mistake. Not sure if it happened to me but that could very well be.
Sometimes it is nice to play a remix of a track just for a short bit. If it has a nice theme it can be fun to let that come back every now and then. 
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 11, 2011 23:48
I've played part of a track, then skipped over to another track....then played the rest of the first track...

..but not the same track twice. Seems silly considering how much music is out these days.            If you want to make an apple pie from must first invent the universe
IsraTrance Team

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Posted : Jul 11, 2011 23:55
in my sets ive never repeated a track.

but i do not see why not spin a track twice, with a nice time between repeating then,i mean, in my car i soemtimes push repeat over and over again..i guess it all goes with the mood you are into, who hasnt done it?repeat the same track at home, or at a car..

of course if in a party i hear over and over again the same track, well..i guess it wont be as much amusing then           ...
Dennis the menace

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Posted : Jul 12, 2011 12:40
it happened a couple of times but not on purpose, i blame it on alcohol
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 12, 2011 18:33
Ive heard an individual who shall remain nameless who happens to run a label play the same Cosmo track twice, the dancefloor nor the dj appeared to be unaware and anyway its a fun track.

Ive only done it on purpose, I made a Russian-themed mix a few yrs ago and used Deja Vu Fabrique-Only Love from Kill Effing Bill as an intro and outro, playing the first bulk as the in and the second bulk as the out, sounded nice. I found out later that one of the tracks wasnt a Russian artist, so I never shared it. I still have it though and love it despite the odd-man-out (Puzze Dao off Royal Straight Flush), which sorta ruins the theme, idk how to present it, as a Russian and Puzze Dao mix, or just a mix with mostly Russians...

Im not against playing the same track twice, if done properly. Ive always thought that the same 2 tracks can always be mixed together differently, and a track that has one mood with another track(s) can take on another different mood with different tracks alongside. For example; Flucturion-Syncropic Center is great for night and goes jsut fine with Kindzadza's earlier stuff such as Fight or Die or Na Ostrov, but also works great with melodic smoother stuff like Dominator or Re Horakhty. Its all about context           .
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 12, 2011 19:12
I went to a David Hasselhoff concert earlier this year, and he opened and closed his set with the same track: His biggest hit "Looking for freedom"

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Solid Snake

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Posted : Jul 13, 2011 22:08
If that is true aje, boy oh boy!

Inactive User

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Posted : Jul 14, 2011 01:57
I always have & will do it as I feel like it is successfully closing a story. For me it says "I have taken you on a journey and now we've done the full circle."           I hate you, you hate me, we are all so hap hap happy!
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 21, 2011 03:06
and what about the same SET? 
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Jul 26, 2011 16:45
In one of my sets i play the same track but different actually works pretty well as some of the elements in the beggining appear again in the middle of the set with a different "interpretation".

I do play my sets more than once....they usually took me so much time to build and i'm very perfeccionist with my mixing (though not very skilled ) that i tend to use them more than once. Also i use samples and loops which also, for me, means extra time preparing so i'm not using the sets only once...of course i dont play weekly and i usually have one or two "spare" tracks to feed my mood
Jacob Goadream
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Posted : Aug 3, 2011 22:21
Haha.... Was not paying attention and dropped duplicate track in to the deck and mixed right in.. I was like WOW that mix was smooth!!! Then... Oh Sh$t... Quckly dropped the proper track in and fixed the situation.. Someone asked me what that track was as the thought they had the track but it sounded different for some reason... I said Uhm... I've got the extended version...
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