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started a really new project (i'm talking 2011) that is an e-mail correspondence between me (Dallas) and a friend (HoneyPeters, Chicago). it doesn't fall neatly into the techno/electro/italo/house/disco spectrum that is generally discussed on this forum, but then again it doesn't really fall neatly anywhere.

anyway, here are a few of the tracks. feedback is of course welcome


This seems to be an incredibly difficult task. There are so many files associated with Logic that when I attempt to uninstall it in order to install version 8, I get a message saying that a newer version exists on the computer. I've gone to different forums and web sites to figure out how to do it, but I want to know if any of you have had to go through this terrible, terrible process.

Any help would be appreciated.

who posted this???

who is this?


(16 replies, posted in Mixes)

ytz wrote:

how many of these artists are the same person or people under different names?

always thought houston should be a techno city, with its obvious space-y connotations.

i totally agree with your sentiments about houston


(16 replies, posted in Mixes)

official final tracklisting:

1. George Quartz - Coconut (http://www.facebook.com/georgequartz)
2. Phantastes - Flight of Stares (http://www.myspace.com/phantastes)
3. Darktown Strutters - Silver Bullet (http://www.myspace.com/darktownstrutters69)
4. Indian Jewelry - Same Mistake Man (http://www.swarmofangels.com)
5. Corporate Park - Intimate Precision (http://www.myspace.com/corporatepark)
6. //TENSE// - Versus Man (TX Love Remix 2010) (http://www.myspace.com/tensexxx)
7. Seth Nemec - Count Zero (http://www.facebook.com/seth.nemec)
8. Jake Schrock - Trigon (http://www.myspace.com/jakefive)
9. E.R.P. (aka Convextion) - Frozen Volatiles (http://www.discogs.com/artist/convextion)
10. DYX - Lips in the Darkness (feat. Press-On) (http://dyxxx.bandcamp.com)
11. Submersible Machines - Riding Theta Waves (http://www.myspace.com/submersiblemachines)
12. Missions - Phantasy (www.missionsinspace.com)
13. Medio Mutante - Transit (Demo) (http://www.myspace.com/mediomutante)
14. MVSCLZ - Fascination (Across The Nation) (http://mvsclz.com)
15. R9 - Dreamdance (http://www.myspace.com/downlowmusic)
16. edrupt - M-U-S-I-K (http://ericarcher.net/)
17. betdat - nex (Radio Edit) (http://www.myspace.com/betdat214)
18. MKF KÜNST - Venga (TX Love Remix 2010) (http://www.myspace.com/kunstfascionmuzik)
19. Berliner Eins - Nite Life (http://www.myspace.com/berlinereins)
20. Twisted Wires - Hell (http://www.myspace.com/twistedwiress)
21. Low Red Center - Historic Edition (http://www.myspace.com/lowredcenter)
22. S U R V I V E - White Clouds (http://www.myspace.com/survive2009)
23. Future Blondes - NIGHT ANALYSIS (Oppenheimer Analysis "Behind the Shades" RMX) (http://www.futureblondes.moonfruit.com/)
24. Psychic Violence - U is Moon (http://www.myspace.com/psychicviolences)
25. How I Quit Crack - Gone Away (http://www.myspace.com/howiquitcrack)
26. xix - 1111(v7) (http://www.myspace.com/xixixixixix)


(16 replies, posted in Mixes)

Tommy Blackburn (TommyBoy) of arawa.fm was asked to compile a selection of tracks from electronic aritists/bands/musicians/etc. from Texas - specifically Austin, Houston and Dallas (hence the triangle). He then took the tracks and combined them into one 1 hour and 53 minute mix. IT'S HOT.

Of particular note are unreleased tracks by E.R.P., R9, Submersible Machines and betdat.

Tracklisting: http://i41.tinypic.com/15zglfm.jpg

Mix link: http://www.divshare.com/download/11250976-77e

You would think guys who build synthesizer-sequencers out of briefcases and jewelry boxes and use old circuit-bent toy keyboards to do their live PA set would just be another one of those novelty acts that focus more on the performance than the music, but these guys make some pretty jackin' acid and techno. They also use some real gear too btw, like a x0x box and a modded 606 with an 808 snare and kick. Check it out:


2 Hours of Love, a longtime friend of R4R, has moved to the TechnoSports radio stream and now broadcasts every sunday (U.S. Central Standard Time) from 8pm-10pm. We feature a range of musical guests including live PA's and all-vinyl DJ sets. Past guests have included Minto George (down low), Walter Jones, Rik Simpson (R9), Jonathan Graham (DJG), Brian Hurley (Revolv) and many more.

The guest for today (March 7) is Dallas' DJ Tony Schwa.

We will be broadcasting live from the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX on March 21 with a slew of surprise guests, and shit will get pretty fucking techno.

Podcasts will always be available for stream/download.

Tune in to 2 Hours of Love this and every Sunday from 8pm-10pm


(2,151 replies, posted in General Hardware / Software Discussion)

should i get an Akai S3000 XL sampler? anybody ever fuck with one? pros, cons?

wooweee!! congrats, J! about gottdang time!

if this shit said pamatex live i'd fly from dallas to go see it


(1,170 replies, posted in Addicts)

"obviously supras..."   geez what a doucheboat


(1,170 replies, posted in Addicts)

Zachary Bosch wrote:

Another tip; you can do what pro server admins do.

*Buy laptop.
*Make sure it has warranty.
*Realise that things typically break either through extended wear or because of manufacturing issues (most issues with engines also arise right after re-tuning them).
*Write a script (or download some testing suite) to have it run at 100% usage for 24 hours or so. One of the things this will catch is improper mounting of the heatsink.
*Realise that you are doing everything you can to make the thing catch fire during normal usage so don't walk off.
*If it catches fire take it back.

Assuming you don't burn down your house it's far better to have the CPU blow in the first 24 hours than it is to have it slowly wear, then break right after the warranty runs out.

not sure if the best thing to do is immediately put so many miles on it the second you get it? i guess it doesn't hurt so bad


(3,407 replies, posted in Random media)

this has probably already been posted, but what the fuck, it's awesome


(3,407 replies, posted in Random media)

tried copying part to an RS track that the transpose function had worked on with another synth, to no avail. any more ideas? fuck, why don't i just call you?

I am using an RS7000 to sequence an MS2000, and I'm wanting to use the RS' transpose function to change the key of the MS sequence, but it doesn't affect the sequence at all. It works on other synths, why doesn't the transpose function work with the MS? Is it a global setting on the MS?


(4,368 replies, posted in Random media)

Madame Strobonoid wrote:
Mr. Maximal wrote:

I like yer pictures mrs strobonoid, bored at work?

Thanx Mr. Maximal. Luckily I dont work at this time. Nevertheless I should admit, that I am bored at work sometimes - Yes. But Intergalactic FM / Robots For Robots is always the key to change it immedialtely. smile   

Today I cleaned up my files on my harddisk and found some funny stuff ... Time To Share.



wow...that rock thing is incredible!!!!


mks50 with the pg300...traded it for my very incomplete Ludwig drum kit. the guy's band was having practice when we made the trade, and they called it a "syphillisizer". maybe it means i get more ass than them because i play synthesizers...

maybe it's a dumb question and I could find out with more internet research, but I just can't seem to figure it out. anybody know?

mono-poly wrote:
computerdisco wrote:
mono-poly wrote:

Another story about: how do i get rid off these curtis chips...

That reminds me how is your Dsi evolver?

sold it after a few months

man, you did not play with it enough. there is no reason to sell that machine, it's incredible and dynamic (unless, of course, you were strapped for cash).


(4,368 replies, posted in Random media)

Honey Peters wrote:

oh lordy.

dude, that's pretty underground

good luck with the wine and olive oil!