Speed Up 2 @ Pop Culture!
The next installment of Disko Warp's monthly party Speed Up!! is on October 22nd at Pop Culture in Vancouver, WA!
JIMNI CRICKET!!! (Disko Warp)
INITIAL P!!! (Disko Warp / Anime Love Hardcore)
Saturday Oct 22nd, 8-PM - 1AM (at least)
@Pop Culture, 1929 Main St, Vancouver, WA
$5, all ages!!!
More Info Here
DIGIMIX RECORDS RELEASE - PURE HARDCORE
38 MIXED TRACKS ON 2 ALBUMS PLUS 38 SINGLE FULL LENGTH DJ FRIENDLY TRACKS
Tunes, mixes & performances by AudioJunkie, Stylus, DJ Chaos, Sy & Unknown,
Flyin' & Sparky, Jel & Fastraxx, Scarlet, Rachael, Malaya, JD & Olivia
Mixed by AudioJunkie & Stylus (nominees for the "Breakthrough DJ" category for the Slamming Vinyl Hardcore Heaven Awards 2008)
Now on release: - Release format: Digital downloads from internet stores worldwide (Physical release to be confirmed)
Pure Hardcore: Mixed by AudioJunkie & Stylus - Disc 1
01. Body Rock - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat: JD BODY ROCK
02. Listen To My Heart - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat: Scarlet
03. Shake Ya Body - Stylus feat: Olivia
04. Teknique - AudioJunkie & Stylus
05. Perfection - DJ Chaos feat Scarlet
06. The Awakening - AudioJunkie & Stylus
07. Rock The Place - AudioJunkie & Stylus
08. Drop Zone - AudioJunkie & Stylus
09. Uncontrollable - DJ Chaos
10. The Slammer - Jel & Fastraxx (Sy & Unknown remix)
11. Infectious - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat: Rachael
12. Close Your Eyes - AudioJunkie feat Scarlet
13. Shock Wave - AudioJunkie & Stylus
14. Don't Stop Now - AudioJunkie & Stylus
15. Mindwarp - AudioJunkie & Stylus
16. Feel Like Rushin' - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat Rachael
17. Attack The Track - AudioJunkie & Stylus
18. Dirt Style - AudioJunkie & Stylus
19. I'll Be There For You - DJ Chaos feat: Malaya
20. UK Ravers - AudioJunkie & Stylus
Pure Hardcore: Mixed by AudioJunkie & Stylus - Disc 1
01. Disfunktion - AudioJunkie & Stylus
02. Move Closer - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat: Rachael
03. Raverlution - AudioJunkie & Stylus
04. In This Happiness - AudioJunkie & Stylus feat: Rachael
05. Jigsaw - AudioJunkie & Stylus
06. Solace - AudioJunkie & Stylus
07. Temptation - AudioJunkie & Stylus
08. Cuttin', Scratchin', Mixin' - DJ Chaos
09. Shake It - AudioJunkie & Stylus
10. A Little Piece of Heaven - DJ Chaos feat: Malaya
11. From A Star feat: Rachael
12. Pure - AudioJunkie & Stylus
13. Shine Down - AudioJunkie & Stylus
14. Bass Invaders - AudioJunkie & Stylus
15. Don't Stop Now - AudioJunkie & Stylus (Flyin' & Sparky remix)
16. This Is A Rave - AudioJunkie & Stylus
17. Here It Is - DJ Chaos
18. Move Forward - AudioJunkie & Stylus
DJ Swamp + Guests
Silent Assault Productions and
SupportHardcore.com Proudly Present
SWAMP brings his fiery rhymes like no other. Emerging from his annihilation of the 1996 DMC US Championship, he joined forces with BECK and THE CRYSTAL METHOD to unleash musical anarchy. Known to cut himself with shards of shattered vinyl records, scratch a diamond-tipped phonograph needle across his tongue and blow fire, Swamp is defiantly not an act you want to miss!!!
Show starts at 9pm and will be held at Berbattis.
Price-$15 after 10pm
$10 before 10pm
Pre-Sales are Availiable Here
Pioneer DJM-800 Mixer
Pioneer has been a major player in the DJ industry for over a decade. By integrating Midi capabilities on top of an already powerful DJ mixer platform, the result is a DJ "tool" that caters to even more users than any previous Pioneer mixers had in the past. The DJM-800 is helping to further shape the digital age of music production and performance.
Inputs/Outputs: With 4 Digital inputs, 5 Line inputs, 3 Turntable inputs, 4 switchable Digital/Line inputs, 4 Fader Start inputs and 2 mic inputs, you are able to connect more pieces of gear than most small studios come equipped with. This allows you to create all kinds of gear combinations making the mixer quite versatile. This also gives you the ability to achieve a true digital signal by using a digital coaxial cable connecting a Pioneer DJ CD player to the DJM-800 which then runs to a digital input on a computer soundcard giving you the cleanest signal possible.
EQ's: The 3-band EQ on each channel ranges from -26dB to +6dB. Moving all 3 knobs to -26db results in about a 90%-95% kill which is quite impressive. On each EQ knob, the 0 mark has a substantial notch so that you can find it by feel while twisting the knob in the darkest of clubs. The rubber knobs are a big improvement over previous Pioneer mixers giving you much more control in adjusting the EQ's.
Sound Color FX
Harmonic Tuner - I was a bit leery of the Harmonic tuning effect at first until I tried it. This feature automatically detects the exact key of the song and corrects it to the closest true key. When used properly, you are able to adjust the key of the song by half steps which theoretically should allow you to mix harmonically. You still have to know what keys go together musically to attain a harmonic mix. I found that you couldn't change the key by more than three (1/2 key) steps before the drop in audio quality was noticeable if you are connected to an analog turntable. If you are using DJ CD players with a digital connection you are able to go about five half steps before the drop in audio quality is noticed. But, you shouldn't need to take it any further than that seeing as all this feature is doing is helping to bring you to the closest true key which it does accomplish. I found it to work extremely well with acapella's.
Sweep Color FX - The sweep effect is like having an adjustable crossover at your fingertips. Turning the knob clockwise produces a band-pass filter effect while turning it counter-clockwise produces a notch filter effect.
Filter Color FX - The filter effect sounds identical to the acclaimed Allen & Heath filter. Turning the knob clockwise produces a high-pass filter effect while turning the knob counter-clockwise produces a low-pass filter effect.
Crush Color FX - The crush produces a bit crusher/distortion type of effect degrading the sound quality by various degrees. This is a great sounding effect and really gives you sort of a retro sound. Turning the knob clockwise emphasizes high-range sounds while turning the knob counter-clockwise emphasizes low-range sounds.
The Pioneer DJM series of mixers are famous for their onboard beat effects. The DJM-800 incorporates all the previous effects found in the DJM-500 and DJM-600 but now introduce several new effects: Reverse Delay, Phaser, Robot, Chorus, Roll and Reverse Roll. All of these effects are automatically synched to the BPM or you can do it manually with a "Tap" button just in case the mixers BPM meter can't get a good read on the track. You also have two "Beat" buttons which are a great addition. When the right "Beat" button is pushed it doubles the beat count and when the left "Beat" button is pushed it halves the beat count. This makes for the ability to produce effects on the fly, on beat, extremely fast. You still have the "Time" and "Level/Depth" knobs which allow for more of a manual manipulation of the effects.
The DJM-800 comes equipped with 61 assignable Midi controls. It can be used to control anything from Ableton Live software to video mixers, as long as they are midi capable. Being a novice in both Midi as well as the Ableton Live software, I was worried about getting the connection setup correctly. But with a simple Midi cable and a few hints from a friend, I was able to assign several controls very easily. I don't think the DJM-800 would be ideal as the main controller for a midi production studio but I do see the potential in live midi performances. You can find several templates online that allow you to use (2) channels to control Ableton Live and (2) channels to control CDJ's or turntables which really shows its versatility. The DJM-800 seems to pack all the functionality that Sasha's infamous custom designed Maven Midi contoller is capable of and still gives you full DJ mixing functionality.
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