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9May/11

deejay aggression

Mixed by Vospi - A Hurried Life. This is drumnbass-n-breaks mashup I did live in studio using Ableton Live. No post-editing, just felt like I might press record and come up with something. Please enjoy! :)

download mixed by Vospi - A Hurried Life // 39:46 // 91 MB // live DJ set

Few notes to add.
(1) This is the 1st time I've recorded my own live set myself, so I tried and set up all processing units as good as it could be and tried to avoid any further processing. In other words, you hear what I've heard while recording. I'm a bit proud about this.
(2) My own general opinion about DJing is: I want music to sound interesting, I don't want to be able to play vynil or whatever; I don't want to show other deejays that I'm cool enough to ignore songs' keys (HEY! all music actually consists of NOTES! how can you ignore the fact that everything you mix just doesn't sound good together???) After all, I'm not a DJ and never claimed to be. So yes, almost every track here is mixed in key, so in order to archieve it I pitch them back and forth and don't feel uncomfortable about it. I don't care that you might think that Pendulum, Spor or Noisia are poppish or overplayed — I play them because they create music, not beats or goddamn worthless tunes, the word I personally hated after joining dnb community. I also don't feel stupid about the feeling that this mix is "undanceable". I do believe that someone will share the passion I have. Bring it on!

I always wanted to express my view of DJing, so I had a chance. Thank you for reading :)
Please enjoy the work!

--v

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  1. A dj set doesn’t have to be “dancable”, the objective of the DJ is to understand the audience and captivate their attention.

    Which, you definitely did with me. Well done sir.

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    vospi Reply:

    Hey, nice to see you there. Thank you for reaction!
    (I remember that you did a remix on one of my tracks back then. Can you send it to me, can I publish it in remixed section? I really like when people bring their own style, and you always do. Please mail me! :))

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