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How to make a progressive killer set

evgeny@aero-groove
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Posted : Sep 6, 2005 11:17
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On 2005-09-01 16:32, dj X.P. wrote:
It is impossible



the only impossible thing here is a useful contribution from u to this topic
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parapsyched
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Posted : Sep 6, 2005 11:27
its easy... play hard dark psy.           if u dig deep enough u just might reach the sky...

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Madpup
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Posted : Sep 7, 2005 00:39
Dude....I dont think you can find a formula for a great dj mix..just like there is no formula for a great song. One person can follow the sequence of prog house to electro to psy trance and make it sound awesome, someone else may have a similar sequence but his/hers mix may suck..IMHO as soon as you try to look for a methodical way to produce something, be that a song or a dj mix.....the magic dissapears.
Krell
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Posted : Sep 7, 2005 02:49
@madpup

"IMHO as soon as you try to look for a methodical way to produce something, be that a song or a dj mix.....the magic dissapears. "

I totally agree.

You could also say...

- Regardless of the formula for the set, it might or might not, turn out great -

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adrianojusti
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Posted : Sep 7, 2005 18:34
Unfortunaly i guess Dj X.P made a wrong use of his right of being quiet...unfortunally thtas it..people, just why get little famous starts to think as king of right...

If a post this topic, its fact that i want to receive infos to be a better person, and know some things that i havent known yet...


Sorry, my english its not too good...

What you people mean with "IMHO"..i didnt get it..
thanks for everybodies words...thats it..progressiva rules...hehehe...

Brazilian hugs
Adriano

Madpup
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Posted : Sep 7, 2005 20:03
IMHO = In My Humble Opinion


adrianojusti
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Posted : Sep 8, 2005 02:18
Thanks, now i got....

Cya
Adriano
Kitnam
Mantik

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Posted : Sep 8, 2005 03:17
this is the same question like:
how to make a realy bad fullon-set ???


easy.

Dazzler


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Posted : Sep 8, 2005 15:22
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On 2005-09-06 11:17, dragoon wrote:
Quote:

On 2005-09-01 16:32, dj X.P. wrote:
It is impossible



the only impossible thing here is a useful contribution from u to this topic




i thought it was quite funny

anyway, there is no set formula to making a 'killer' set - if there was, all djs would sound the same

psypox
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Posted : Sep 9, 2005 13:04
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On 2005-09-06 09:48, HandA wrote:
Just play any Full On backwards and pitch it down -10.. Then you got something progressive



Haha nice one


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14-year old e-tard
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Posted : Sep 9, 2005 13:18
Steve Ronan, James Monro, Anti, Atmos, Frank E and although some might not like him, Timo Maas, have smashed dancefloors to tiny little molecules with their banging progressive sets.
To quote a famous shoe manufacturer, "impossible is nothing"           Me>You
adrianojusti
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Posted : Sep 9, 2005 18:54
James monro i have already seem, and he made a very dancing and travelling set, during 3 hours...its increadible how he mix very easy...we can see at his performance that he makes soemthing that he really like, and thats the only thing which matter, have fun and make the dancefloor burn and travel...

About Steve Ronan, Anti, Frank .E, Timo Maas...i havent heard yet..where can i find some top10s or live mix from them??

By the way,Atmos is going to play here in Brazil at xxxperience, and i hope to go there and listen their live!!!

Cya People
Best reguards
Adriano

Madpup
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Posted : Sep 12, 2005 23:44
From what I have seen of Timo Maas, he totally sucks as a dj. I do think he is a great producer though.
Willy Wonka
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 04:44
Deep Dish live in Moscow, GU vinyl set!
There are three or four hits of season! Couple still played now. Dishes did great work there.
Any Global Underground release, almost any i don't like couple. All the best progressive music is on vinyls, this is reality! On CD all shite released, it doesn't mean all vinyl release is good, just good stuff you will probably find on vinyl rather on CD.
robomarket
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 08:18
hmm. really good topic. i really can't see how you would fit ELECTRO in the middle of a proggy set without disturbing some people, but sure, why not, if the choice of tracks is right.

If you stick to the pattern mentioned in the first post, i'd start off with some tribal/proggy house. something deep to begin with. then when i'd introduce the more psy groove i'd throw in some James Monroe, Dino Psaras(later stuff), Neelix and end this part with some Antix.

Then deep into the night you unleash some deep deep tribal/proggy like London Sewer Tour and Krueger and Coyle....and, AND there is little place for your electro--> Steve Lawler - Illectronic Music
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