Not tomorrow but today

Sorry for the delay, but here’s my recorded opening set of Tomorrowland 2018.
Just kidding :).

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Happy hour!

Hope you had a great summer! I made 2 mixes this week. The first one is kinda dark-ish.

The second one is very sweet, really like those combination of tracks a lot!

Enjoy!

 

Bang bang

I chose this title because one of the songs has the lyrics “Bang bang you shot me down” – a tribal version I once found, pretty nice. Next mix will probably be in a couple of months from now. Until then, enjoy this one!

From 120 to 134 bpm, from house to techno-ish

One thing I learned making this mix, is that’s it’s not always a good idea to change bpm while mixing. The trained ears can probably spot it, but most people won’t :).

This mix covers a wide rangs of years, bpm’s and genres within house music.

Take, Nalin & Kane – Beachball which was made like 21 years ago. I think I will never get bored of it. Also Joris Voorn … he’s a workhorse, he keeps making nice songs that fit in kind of everywhere. Some nice songs I’ve got to know from ‘dekunstenaar‘, be sure to check him out as well.

If you liked this mix, please repost!
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Download for better quality:
– flac: https://kdejaeger.stackstorage.com/s/kHnGy6WOvkYUo0q
– mp3: https://kdejaeger.stackstorage.com/s/1ULcp2zP2lsderB

Respect to all producers making such quality electronic music!

Good old trance

I promised a trance DJ-set next :). Let me take you back to a time when music was mostly on vinyl. And very local. My cousin Bjorn would buy loads and loads of vinyls every week, somewhere around 20 years ago. These songs represent that time, when trance music was very melodically breaky and ‘floaty’.

Enjoy!

Use Open Stage Control to control your DAW

Last month, I visited the dancefair at Utrecht to get a bit of a grasp of what’s going on in the industry. It was a bit overwhelming. Apparently there’s many ‘onion layers‘ behind any artist :). Labels, promoters, laws … .

But, I was especially there to get a feeling for hardware and software. Eventually I decided to go for Bitwig studio as the DAW to start with. I also bought a little midi controller that integrates nicely with it: Nektar Impact LX25+. But a week later, I discovered that TouchOSC works with Bitwig. And even better: Open Stage Control. Open Stage Control is such a nice software project. Open source, web based, running on all major operating systems. It kept me hooked for a few weeks as I designed my own template. I’m pretty happy with the result. It’s available for free of course, check out the video below for more information.