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As always, it’s my pleasure and duty to expose you to amazing breaks and beats of the bass music world.
Jungle, footwork, halftempo, drum and bass…that’s the name of the game.
80–170 BPM breaks and beats and bass music.
• BREAKS & BEATS PODCAST #21 •
Aeon Four – Transient [Boomsha Recordings forthcoming]
Aeon Four – Water Margin [Boomsha Recordings forthcoming]
Fanu / FatGyver – Machinedrummachine [Defrostatica]
J Majik – Hidden Menace [Reinforced]
Detboi – Ice Cold Blood On The Drums [Metalheadz]
Graham Greenleaf – Time [Rupture]
Dillinja – One For The Trouble [Deep Jungle]
6Blocc & Shamanga & Calculon – Call Out [Defrostatica Records]
Dak – Murot On Loppu (Bandcamp)
DISSIDENT – Cocosmos [Microfunk]
Lewis James – Searchtower [none60]
Nucleus – Raw Delux [Rupture]
Out Of Fuel – Dead Light [Din Is Noise]
Om Unit & Sam Binga – Never Been to Berghain [Bunit]
Balatron – Zout [Sublimate]
Balatron – Dat Paper Crunch [Sublimate]
Nuendo – Numbers Station [dub]
Glyphic & Kolanek – Breakpoint [dub]
What is that exactly?
I’m an electronic music production professional with 25+ years of electronic music production experience (Fanu / FatGyver) – I started around 1992 and have been at it since.
I’ve also founded a successful music mixing and mastering business with a wide international client base, which is now my day job that pays for my living (Mastering and Mixing by Fanu).
Also, I’m officially Ableton Certified, meaning I’m an Ableton pro. I mostly do tuition as one-to-one sessions in my home and do a few workshops per year in my area. I just made Skype work for that nicely, too.
I’ve been meaning to do these for a long time, and here, finally, is the first sesh.
I want to do one-hour sessions working on a beat in Ableton Live, mostly unprepared, just to see where it goes and to cover some of the techniques and plugins I use in my music production as well as mixing and mastering (see bottom of the post for a list of what’s included). Just doing whatever comes to mind and keeping it realistic!