Deep House and Garage

pattycakes_

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Just listening to a few Blazes now. That crunch mixed with the sweetness (and ofc musicianship) is the trick. The energy center. Two opposing forces. Delicious tension. A strong argument for analogue. Driving the inputs of the sampler a then running that hot into the mixing desk. Red light clippage. Third order harmonics for the nerds. Can't be done with 0s and 1s, yet. They're trying though
 

Leo

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A strong argument for analogue. Driving the inputs of the sampler a then running that hot into the mixing desk. Red light clippage. Third order harmonics for the nerds.

this is one of my primary music sweet spots.
 
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WashYourHands

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You can hear the difference in hardware and kit used. More bottom end, crispy tops/trebles and that lovely midrange incorporating keys and vocals. Not to over-fry the system aspect, but separation enhances all of these components back into a stonking whole
 

pattycakes_

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this early mike Dunn stuff is like the punk rock of house music. stripped down, raw, real lo-fi (not like this new genre), repetitive, with some acid squiggles thrown in once in awhile for good measure. I hope @thirdform would approve.

Steve Poindexter - Born to Freak (303 line by Mike Dunn)


Poindexter flowing in the same vein

 
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