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How to make a progressive killer set

14-year old e-tard
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 11:45
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On 2005-09-12 23:44, Madpup wrote:
From what I have seen of Timo Maas, he totally sucks as a dj. I do think he is a great producer though.



Timo has engineers working for him in the studio. He is not producing the tunes on his own. But his mixing is solid and tune selection (if you appreciate that kind of music) is proper bo!           Me>You
Willy Wonka
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 13:03
Exactly the opposite, Timo make music alone and his track selection is his weak point since he has no taste (he uses many styles without any taste or limit) . That the reason he suck as DJ.
14-year old e-tard
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 13:06
http://designermagazine.tripod.com/TimoMaasINT1.html

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all the studio work is a collaboration between myself and my partner Martin. I'm really happy that I've got someone in the background who is so talented and such a genius on all types of music.



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Willy Wonka
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 13:15
Timo Maas is band name, like Jon Bon Jovi. If they are two ppl it doesn't mean someone help them to produce.
Timo Maas is not his real name, it is taken like Jon Bon Jovi, Madona or Marc O'Tool.
Read the topic you provided, one of them clearly answer WE DID, WE DO, WE THINK.

You said he working with engineers who make music for him, that what i was disagreeing with.
14-year old e-tard
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 13:47
You are reffering to Timo Maas as a band and I am reffering to Timo Maas the DJ. My point was that Timo Maas started out as a DJ who later got famous as a producer as well. But despite the fact that he has an engineer working for him (who does not spin back to back with, or at all as far as I know), he didn't choose a new name for his "band", but simply used his DJ alias...which is quite misleading. Anyway, we are playing with words.
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Madpup
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 16:57


I have seen Timo Maas play twice, I thought his mixing was pretty average and his track selection was all over the place ( and I do appreciate that kind of music). Never really got the crowd going either time.
Willy Wonka
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Posted : Sep 13, 2005 22:40
Agreed on both things you and Madpup said.
shopon


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Posted : Sep 14, 2005 06:04
Hi, im shopon from Mexico. I really like all styles in trance, specially progressive. Personally, I like putting some fresh and relaxing tunes in the beggining, and then some house-psy-scandinavian trance for fitting the last part. I really like the european progressive sounds with israeli rhytmic. (haha i hope it is written like that)... And I agree completely in the surprise factor, including many songs you havent expected.

good vibes from Mexico.

shao
adrianojusti
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Posted : Sep 17, 2005 23:40
Heelo people...

Again, im really thanks for everybodies colaboration, and i would like to ask you all:
Im listning this song righ now> Hoxton Whores vs. Cream - Sunshine of my love(Club Mix), and i can´t find where to buy this white label, and im going to play at 22/09, and i want to play this song, but, i dont want to play a mp3 file, does anyone can help me??????

Cya
Best reguards
Adriano
krelm
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Posted : Sep 18, 2005 15:07
I saw it on these two stores:

http://www.dancerecords.com/search.php?id=48180&SID=&a=1
http://www.globalgroove.co.uk/

But I doubt you'd be able to get it shipped to Brazil in time for your gig.
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Dr. Krelm DJ Mixes and Broken Symmetry archives - http://www.krelmatrix.com

Broken Symmetry on MCast - coming in 2007....
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