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Post Posted Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:59 pm
Jarp2600


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Finaero wrote:
Someone of you know me for my Jean-Michel Jarre Megamix,made somewhere in 1993,it is still hangin around somewhere on the internet.
Aaah... Are you responsible for it... :lol: No, I really liked it! :lol:
Post Posted Mon Sep 04, 2006 8:42 pm
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Welcome to the forum! I know about the Oxygene 10 remix competition but I have never heard that track, I must find it some day.
Post Posted Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:20 pm
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noyau wrote:
GeeJee wrote:Picture works for me ;)
Not for me, blablablaaaaaaaaaaaa, :mrgreen:
And also not for me! :P

Greetzzz...
Post Posted Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:59 pm
GeeJee
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It worked for a short while and now it dissappeared again.

This is the one
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Post Posted Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:35 am
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Thanks, GeeJee! have that one since the releasedate of it... :wink:

Greetzzz...
Post Posted Tue Sep 05, 2006 9:42 am
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Hello Marcostudio. Welcome to the forum :!: :wink:
Post Posted Tue Sep 05, 2006 11:25 am
E-vert


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GeeJee wrote:It worked for a short while and now it dissappeared again.

This is the one
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Hej, I have that one too 8)
Life is what you make of it...
Post Posted Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:06 pm
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Well,about that megamix,

I have a master version on DAT (the mix was done with a cassettedeck,using the pause button for editting and 2 TDK SA 60 cassettes to do the mix).

I used tapeloops (from reel to reel tapes) of a few drumrythmtracks of Jarretracks.
So i record a rythmtrack on reel to reeltape and i cut the first beat and the last beat and stick them together with special editingtape,so you have a continues loop when you play it on the taperecorder,using a selfmade setup made by LEGO stones ;-) to lead the tape trought the heads of the taperecorder.
Then i record those loops on a Cassettetape for 5 minutes,i made a pitch control on another cassettedeck so i could match the tempo of the loops on the tracks i used in the megamix.
Then record all pieces i want on DAT and if the loops were in sync with the track played under that loop i record and edit it on the "master cassettedeck"

The mix is aprox 45 minutes,and with eldorado you hear a phasing effect.
that was another crucial point,cause then i made a "livemix" from the first cassettetape to another,because i used 60 minute cassettetapes and as you know each side contains 30 minutes;-)
So i must do a live crosover mix,to swith from the 1st mastertape to the second one.
And that recording was record on DAT.

Ahhhh.those were the days of hard working on a mix of that size and quality ;-);-)

Nowadays i can do it much better with the computer,using a program such as Ableton live;-)

But i have no plans to make copy's of that mix,because of the time i mostly don't have.
So you all must search on the internet or ask another fan for a copy.

Last year i found a site where some guy was selling Jarre bootlegs and one of those bootlegs was my megamix.
I made it for fun and some guy uses it to make money on it..
SHAME ON YOU!!!

So that's another reason that i don't make a copy of it.

Cheers,Marco
Post Posted Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:13 pm
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And about the oxygene 10 remix

It was made with a Roland JX1 (the organ sound in the beginning,same sound as the lead in "Felix - Don't You Want My Love")
A Kawai K1 II ,the Yamaha CS1X,and a Roland TR 626 drumcomputer.
The soundcard was a Creative AWE 32 and it had an onboard soundfont player/sampler.
I had a few samples and a MIDIfile from Oxygene 10 wich were available on the internet especially to use it for your remix.
I "Master" those samples and play it in the remix,but in another context than JMJ used in the original.
The sequencer was Cakewalk 3.0 and i edit it in a multitrack program,adding some effects.

I made also 2 other remixes,but the first one was the one who won.

Ciao,Marco
Post Posted Thu Sep 07, 2006 4:37 pm
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O yeah,one Of those other mixes contains a breakbeat ;)

Now i remember ;)
Post Posted Thu Sep 07, 2006 4:49 pm
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marcostudio wrote:O yeah,one Of those other mixes contains a breakbeat ;-)

Now i remember ;-)
Would be really cool if you shared them here ;)
Post Posted Thu Sep 07, 2006 5:01 pm
Jarp2600


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Yes!!!
Post Posted Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:50 pm
marcostudio


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i have no idea how to share that.
i have no server or something here.

so i cannot share it,sorry.

@anti:nice idea,and then Rondat must play the heavy leadpart of it;-)

sounds nice







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