Pictures of youre Ableton experience onstage.

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Pictures of youre Ableton experience onstage.

Post by Seviel » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:40 pm

This was my first real gig.... As a live on Stage Remixer!

Out of the 12 Dj's I got to be the closing act @ the meanstage! Closing the year for Non-X-Posed 25dec05 and also became there first Techno resident!


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Post by tomperson » Mon Feb 06, 2006 4:17 pm

forget it. my pictures don't look even 1/4 as cool as yours :?
Turn up the radio. Turn up the tape machine. Look into the sunset up ahead. Roll the windows down for a better taste of the cool desert wind. Ah yes. This is what it's all about. Total control now.

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Post by Seviel » Mon Feb 06, 2006 4:31 pm

tomperson wrote:forget it. my pictures don't look even 1/4 as cool as yours :?
Well you have bin on stage! Not everyone can say that I guess... Show it ;)

I have to admit NXP always give party's at the coolest locations where
normaly never would be a party... This year I'll be remixing @ some
extreme locations for them!

But I did perform @ a disco before (from a brother of the owner of Amnesia
Ibiza) but the disco hasn't found public, started of @ the wrong place and time...
Now I only do party's much cooler as performing @ the same place!
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Post by cosmosuave » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:26 am

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Post by henry ford » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:29 am

I would like to engage in sex with the lady performers in those pics. vroom vroom sex, the v8 kind.

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Post by Beatworld » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:55 am

Seviel wrote:[I have to admit NXP always give party's at the coolest locations where normaly never would be a party...
Is that Paradiso in the pics ??

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Post by D DAS » Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:12 am

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THEY DON'T COME TO MY SHOW, I BRING MY FU@KIN SHOW TO DEM.

AND MY STINK.

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Post by Seviel » Tue Feb 07, 2006 1:01 pm

Beatworld wrote:
Seviel wrote:[I have to admit NXP always give party's at the coolest locations where normaly never would be a party...
Is that Paradiso in the pics ??
Nope not Paradiso... Thats well known. This is La Bonbonniére. Looks a little like it yes,
but here aren't that many party's. I believe NXP gave the first party two years ago there when
they moved this yearly party Angels & Bitches from castle hoensbroek over there.

Always wanted to play @ castle hoensbroek (picture) but the organisation is done with the location.
Quite a shame, maybe next year they will think about it again.
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Post by Seviel » Tue Feb 07, 2006 1:03 pm

D DAS wrote:
THEY DON'T COME TO MY SHOW, I BRING MY FU@KIN SHOW TO DEM.

AND MY STINK.
You are the coolest without a dought!
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Post by forge » Tue Feb 07, 2006 1:26 pm

Seviel wrote:
D DAS wrote:
THEY DON'T COME TO MY SHOW, I BRING MY FU@KIN SHOW TO DEM.

AND MY STINK.
You are the coolest without a dought!
what's a dought? is it like a mini doughnut? :lol:

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Post by Seviel » Tue Feb 07, 2006 1:32 pm

forge wrote:
what's a dought? is it like a mini doughnut? :lol:
Haha yes men it's quite tasty! Almost as tasty as the guy in his office! :P
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Post by LOFA » Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:17 pm

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THEY DON'T COME TO MY SHOW, I BRING MY FU@KIN SHOW TO DEM.

AND MY STINK.
That is the most beautiful image I have ever seen. He looks like he could be one of pop's friends. Soooo pimp!

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Post by Jalebee » Tue Feb 07, 2006 8:30 pm

the gig looks killer !!!! saw u'r site and saw some nice pics of the BCR & BCF .... lets have a closeup :wink:

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february 11th our first performance using Live.

Post by gomi » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:56 am

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we'll have mp3s of what it sounded like up soon.


it was a success.

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Post by smutek » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:52 am

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FEAR the plumber, live at the Underground, "Artists helping the family crisis center" benefit.

Suburban Bather in the stripes and me in black.

Unfortunately no pics of the audience, but all you would see is a bunch of gloomy death metal/goth kids standing around scratching their heads wondering exactly what the fuck we were doing. :P

The live run did not go as smooth as our "practice" jams and we had some technical problems at the start, but all told it was a fun gig. The music was far from danceable, wasn't meant to be really (not that any of these kids would have danced anyway) but suprisingly people actually applauded us when we were finished.

It was pretty much improv, all we had worked out in advance was the method in which we would work. I started with a blank ableton document and I think Thomas started out with some reaktor drums he had programmed running through ableton.

Equipment used:

2 laptops synced running ableton

suburban bather:

Dell laptop
UC 33

me:

Powerbook
Roland EF-303
Evolution UC-16
Wacom Intuos 6x8
Pioneer djm 500
1 techniques 1200
A couple of spoken word records and jesus christ superstar....

Seviel, cool thread idea and congratulations on your residency!

Gomi, that looks slick man, would definitely like to hear some of your bands tunes.

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