Release Promo Hype Chart for July 16, 2017

Release Promo’s Hype Chart for July 16, 2017

1. Third Son – Udon (Original Mix) [microCastle]
2. Cid Inc – Shifter (Original Mix) [Replug]
3. Cid Inc – Arcane Thoughts (Original Mix) [Replug]
4. Third Son – 2042 (Original Mix) [microCastle]
5. Cid Inc – Wanderer (Original Mix) [Replug]
6. Andrologic – Another World (Petar Dundov Remix) [Mistique Music]
7. Chicola – Twilo (Original Mix) [microCastle Unreleased]
8. Third Son – The End (Parts I & II) [microCastle]
9. Third Son – Istanbul (Original Mix) [microCastle]
10. Nicolas Ruiz – Glass Shatters (Robert R. Hardy Remix) [Superordinate Music]
11. Cid Inc – Days Like These (Original Mix) [Replug]
12. Paul Deep & Sebastian Franco – Nohono (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
13. Ri Za – Sitting On A Triangle (Matias Chilano Remix) [One Of A Kind]
14. Fairtone – Mist (Original Mix) [Dear Deer ]
15. Flowers And Sea Creatures, David Granha – Better Tomorrow (The Remixes) (Praveen Achary Remix) [Strange Town Recordings]
16. Li-Polymer – Conventu (Original Mix) [ICONYC]
17. Verche – Surgam (Original Mix) [Flow Vinyl]
18. Michael A – Curiosity (Original Mix) [Genesis Music]
19. Paul Deep – Sustained (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
20. Darin Epsilon – One Thousand & One Nights (Ejaz Ahamed Remix) [White]
21. Chris Cargo – Dusk (Matter Remix) [Stellar Fountain]
22. Guy J – Lamur (Ben Deeper Remix) [White]
23. Michael A – Bright Hope (Nicholas Van Orton Remix) [Balkan Connection SA]
24. Marc De Koning – Signature (Jaap Ligthart Remix) [MNL]
25. Paul Deep – Fluent (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
26. Fairtone – You Can Do (Original Mix) [Dear Deer ]
27. Paul Deep – Winter Solstice (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
28. Paul Angelo & Don Argento – Jungle Issues (Original Mix) [Movement Recordings]
29. Andrologic – Another World (Original Mix) [Mistique Music]
30. Flowers And Sea Creatures, David Granha – Better Tomorrow (The Remixes) (Futur-E Remix) [Strange Town Recordings]
31. Suffused, Sleg, Ewan Rill feat. Amber Long – ORaura (Original Mix) [Movement Recordings]
32. Michael A – These Heights (Original Mix) [Genesis Music]
33. Marc De Koning – Signature (Erich Von Kollar Remix) [MNL]
34. Govinda – Desde El Oceano (Original Mix) [Movement Recordings]
35. Feri – Recall (rAin Remix) [Massive Harmony Records]
36. Nicolas Ruiz – Glass Shatters (Original) [Superordinate Music]
37. Orsa – Carcharoth (Alfonso Muchacho Remix) [PHW Elements]
38. Marc De Koning – Signature (Original Mix) [MNL]
39. LOM – Transmissions (Original Mix) [The Sessions Recordings]
40. Nick Koplan & Rapossa – Elysium (Nicolas Rada Remix) [VaronA Label]
41. Mariano Montori – Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish (Original Mix) [MNL]
42. Verche – Aeterno (Original Mix) [Flow Vinyl]
43. Michael A – Seven (Nicolas Rada Remix) [Balkan Connection SA]
44. Fille V & Mathi – Samma Samadhi (Dyo Atoma Remix) [Massive Harmony Records]
45. Hans Seance – Mekansm (Original Mix) [Movement Recordings]
46. B.B.E. – Seven Days & One Week (Adwer ‘Off Week’ 2017 Rework) [White]
47. Amit Mehta – Across The Sea (Pacco & Rudy B Remix) [Mistique Music]
48. Jiminy Hop – Hypnotic (Geist Remix) [Majestic Family Records]
49. rAin (Mu) – Infinity (Tatsama rmx) [Superordinate Music]
50. Tatsama – Prozium (rAin (Mu) rmx) [Superordinate Music]
51. Feri – Recall (James Monro Remix) [Massive Harmony Records]
52. Paul Deep – Samadhi (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
53. Nicolas Ruiz – Glass Shatters (Michael A Remix) [Superordinate Music]
54. Sebastian Busto – Roots (Analog Jungs Remix) [Balkan Connection]
55. Underworld – Born Slippy (Kieran Norff Remix) [White]
56. Orsa – Carcharoth (Ejaz Ahamed Remix) [PHW Elements]
57. Will McGlone – Morning Gaze (Daniel Glover Remix) [Emotional Content Recordings]
58. Gvozdini – Visions (Nicolas Rada Remix) [PHW Elements]
59. Verche – Anywhere Else But Here (Original Mix) [Flow Vinyl]
60. Siguiente Tecnologia & Space Motion – Giri (Jiminy Hop Remix) [One Of A Kind]
61. Tash – Balance (Original Mix) [Movement Recordings]
62. Fairtone – Mist (Tim Hanmann Remix) [Dear Deer ]
63. Damian Yoko – Cycles (Original Mix) [Triplefire Music]
64. LOM – Transmissions (Ryan McCormack Balearic Remix) [The Sessions Recordings]
65. Isaac Differding – The Forest Voices (Ewan Rill Remix) [Soundteller Records]
66. Chris Cargo – Dusk (Original Mix) [Stellar Fountain]
67. Isaac Differding – The Forest Voices (Original Mix) [Soundteller Records]
68. Paolo Mojo – Flux (Original Mix) [White]
69. Crocy – Because (George Yammine Revision) [Just Movement]
70. Alberto Jossue feat. Aleksandar Kojic & Hilary Jean – Love Letters (Hauy Remix) [Magician On Duty]
71. Abity – Rain Moog (Original Mix) [Soundteller Records]
72. Nicolas Ruiz – Glass Shatters (Nick Varon Remix) [Superordinate Music]
73. Modeplex – For Real (Original Mix) [MNL]
74. Alberto Jossue feat. Aleksandar Kojic & Hilary Jean – Love Letters (Original Mix) [Magician On Duty]
75. Crocy – Because (Paul Deep Remix) [Just Movement]
76. Abity – Cloud Stuff (Original Mix) [Soundteller Records]
77. TrockenSaft – Sailors (Luigi Gori & Larsun Hesh Remix) [Dear Deer ]
78. Gerardo Moro – When (Original Mix) [Genesis Music]
79. Siguiente Tecnologia & Space Motion – Giri (Espen Remix) [One Of A Kind]
80. Derek Howell – Interstellar Homecoming (Alfonso Muchacho Remix) [Yin]
81. Shane Robinson – Subconscious (Original Mix) [ICONYC]
82. Gerardo Moro – Once and Again (Original Mix) [Genesis Music]
83. HVOB – Tender Skin (Natural Flow Edit) [White]
84. Shane Robinson – Subconscious (Steve McGrath Remix) [ICONYC]
85. Fabri Lopez – Mi Tierra (Original Mix) [Balkan Connection SA]
86. Fairtone – Mist (PHCK Remix) [Dear Deer ]
87. Alex Aguayo feat. Loris Karam – Abundance (Original Mix) [Dear Deer White]
88. Agustin Lupidi – Oasis (Original Mix) [Astrowave]
89. Sebastian Busto – Roots (Emi Galvan Remix) [Balkan Connection]
90. Monje – Flying Lotus (Tuxedo Remix) [Massive Harmony Records]
91. Dousk – Look Good Tonight (Alfonso Muchacho Remix) [Yin]
92. Berni Turletti – Birth Of Love (Tim Robert Remix) [BC2 Records]
93. Marcelo PM – Orbiter (Berni Turletti Remix) [VaronA Label]
94. Roberto Traista – No Risk (Original) [Agara Music]
95. Berni Turletti – Birth Of Love (Original Mix) [BC2 Records]
96. Ri Za – Sitting On A Triangle (Marten Sundberg Remix) [One Of A Kind]
97. K.Oshkin – Cloudy Shadows (Ewan Rill Remix) [Stellar Fountain]
98. Feri – Recall (Nico Bruno Remix) [Massive Harmony Records]
99. Ad Brown – Here Now (Alfonso Muchacho Remix) [Yin]
100. Sebastian Busto – Superstition (Stage Van H Believe In Me Remix) [Just Movement]

from Hype Chart | Release Promo releasepromo.com/charts/Hype/2017-07-16/

The Ultimate Harmonic Mixing & Composing Chart

THE SITUATION

As both a DJ and composer, the Circle of Fifth or the Camelot Key Wheel system — amongst others — have always been handy tools for me to write and mix music harmonically. There are just too many options in chord progressions than I could ever have in my memory (maybe you can, but I don’t). Plus, I personally use 3 different DJ applications and 3 different DAWs for music production alone, for different purposes.

So yeah, I could always have a look at above mentioned helpers to orientate myself through the notes and chords jungle, in case needed, which is not always the case. I have the most common chords in my head. Just not always.

As a composer I’m fine with the musical key/chord system, i.e. “A minor“, but as a DJ it isn’t very likely (for me, again) to remember all the musical chords to know what to mix into what. So, smart people came up with different systems like the Camelot Keys (Mixed in Key, which I prefer, because of its accuracy) or the Open Keys (Traktor). Which is basically a range of 12 keys for each gender, major and minor chords. “A minor” is 8A (Camelot Key) or 1m (Open Key). In a nutshell: if you mix 1A into 2A (and so forth, up until 12A and then into 1A again) you’re generally fine. Your mixing transitions will always be harmonic, no key clashes. This example is the very basic part of harmonic mixing or composing. And also a bit boring if you do that all the time. It becomes really good and interesting when you use all the options within the world of chord progressions.

What I was missing in all those years of composing and DJing was ONE chart (to rule them all) that shows me ALL key/chord systems and their equivalents, their piano keys (very useful for composing) and their harmonic keys/chords. I searched the net in order to find out if someone did this, but no one did. At least I couldn’t find it.

 

THE SOLUTION

So, I did it myself. 8 hours work and I had what I was looking for. And since I guess this could be useful for every musician/DJ, I want to share it here with you. This is how it looks like (click to open the full resolution file):

The Ultimate Harmonic Mixing & Composing Chart

You can download the high-res JPG above, print it out and use it for yourself, if you like. Here’s a PDF and the original EXCEL version of it, in case you want to edit/modify something for your needs (let me know when you find mistakes or when you improved it!):

 

WHAT DOES IT DO, HOW DO I USE THIS?

Let’s take an example for a composing or mixing situation:

The chord we’re working with at the moment is A minor (or 8A, or 1m). What shall be next? Everything in the table below — around the 8A — is possible, it will be harmonic. The closer to the 8A it is the more harmonic it’ll be.

Composing Keys

DJ Keys

Harmonic Keys

Western Music Scale
Piano Chord Keys
Camelot Key
Open Key
Scale Degree
DJ Keys up/down
D minor D | F | A 7A 12m Fourth (Sub-Dominant) -1
C major C | E | G 8B 1d Relative major

A minor

A | C | E

8A

1m

Same key (tonic)

E minor E | G | B 9A 2m Fifth (Dominant) 1
B-flat/♭ minor A# | C# | F 3A 8m Low energy boost 7
B minor B | D | F# 10A 3m High energy boost (supertonic) 2
A-flat/♭ minor G | B | D# 1A 6m Low energy drain -7
G minor G | A# | D 6A 11m High energy drain (leading tone) -2

But your decision what to do next is depending on the purpose. What kind of “feel” do you want to give your mix or composition?

 

EXAMPLES

Here are some possible chord progression scenarios, working with the Camelot Keys (which I prefer, at least for DJing), starting with 8A:

The “River”

That’s how I call it, it’s kind of a “secure standard”, nothing special, it’s just flowing along:

8A > 9A > 10A … 12A > 1A > 2A and so forth, until you’re at 7A and back into 8A again

Audio sample:

Music used: Ingo Vogelmann “Albert” (8A) > Tripswitch “Proximity Effect” (9A) > Mike Griego “What Lies Beyond” (10A) 

You can’t go wrong with this one, you just rock “around the clock”. Depending on the energy level of actual music/sequence used, transitions changes can be very energetic, though.

The “Little Ocean Wave”

The energy of this chord progression has the shape of an ocean wave or a sawtooth:

8A > 9A > 11A (+2 DJ keys, high energy boost) > 12A > 1a and so forth

Audio sample:

Music used: Ingo Vogelmann “Albert” (8A) > Tripswitch “Proximity Effect” (9A) > Bobby Deep “Egopunk” (11A) 

You can do this once in a while to give your mix a little energy boost, which makes it more interesting than the “River”.

The “Big Ocean Wave”

8A > 9A > 4A (+7 DJ keys, low energy boost) > 6A (+2 DJ keys, high energy boost) > 7a and so forth

Audio sample:

Music used: Ingo Vogelmann “Albert” (8A) > Tripswitch “Proximity Effect” (9A) > Michael A “Storm” (4A) > Robert Babicz “Kinect” (6A) 

Here you have a longer and progressive wave of energy rising, until it falls back to normal at 7A again, just like an ocean wave crashing and the next one building up again.

The “Wild Ocean”

It’s a bit stormy, and the waters stirred up, but everything is still harmonic and in place. This is the most “interesting” way of mixing, things shouldn’t become boring:

8A > 8B (relative major) > 9A > 4A (+7 DJ keys, low energy boost) > 4B (relative major) > 6B (+2 DJ keys, high energy boost) > 7B > 2B (+7 DJ keys, low energy boost) > 4B (+2 DJ keys, high energy boost) > 5B and so forth

Audio sample:

Music used: Third Son & Wally Lopez “Geometry” (8A) > Ingo Vogelmann “Empire On Fire” (8B) > Antrim “The Mystic Lovers” (9A) > Michael A “Storm” (4A) > Raw District Feat. Jinadu “Taking You Down” (Habischman Remix) (4B)

 

I could make up a hell of a lot more examples now (with even sillier names), but you most probably already get the idea. The options are really endless, and you’ll always be composing or DJing harmonic. The above scenarios are just examples. Find out what works for yourself, I’m sure you’ll have fun experimenting with chord progressions, using this nifty chart. Oh, and don’t mind the silly names … it’s just about giving things a name. 😉

 

It’s free! Download, share, modify, re-publish and generally do with it whatever you want. But please, don’t pretend you did this. Credit would be nice (and fair), but is no condition.

 

Now, if you’d head over to bandcamp and buy my music, that’ll be rather nice:

 

Update, January 2017

This is how it looks like when someone make a huge print of it, for the studio.

Vintage Drum Machines – Huge Free Sample Pack

Huge sample pack containing samples from the best drum machines ever build. Scroll down for a list of sampled drum machines.

  • WAV format
  • Bit rate: 44.1khz
  • Sample resolution: 16bit
  • Stereo and Mono samples (depending on the machine)

I didn’t record the samples, but I collected them from various sources over the years. This is the most complete collection I could imagine, and I use a lot of them myself in my productions.

What seems to be double is double, actually (like “Roland DR-110” and “Boss DR-110”), but from different sources. You may find the samples slightly different.

Download (200MB RAR archive)

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Content

Ace Tone Rhythm Ace
AJK Percussion Synth
Akai  XR-10
Akai Linndrum
Akai MPC-60
Akai XE8
Akai XR10
Alesis DM5
Alesis HR-16
Alesis HR16
Alesis HR16B
Alesis SR-16
Alesis SR15
Alesis SR16
Boss DR-110
Boss DR-202
Boss DR-220
Boss DR-220a
Boss DR-220e
Boss DR-55
Boss DR-550
Boss DR-660
Casio RZ-1
Casio RZ1
Casio SK-1
Casio SK1
Casio VL-1
Casio VL-Tone
Cheetah MD16
Doepfer MS-404
dR110
DR55
Emu Drumulator
Emu Modular
Emu SP12
Fricke MFB512
Kawai K3
Kawai R50
Kawai R50e
Kawai SX240
Kawai XD5
Korg DDM110
Korg DDM220
Korg KPR-77
Korg KPR77
Korg KR-55
Korg KRZ
Korg M1
Korg Minipops
Korg Poly-800
Korg T3
Linn 9000
Linn LinnDrum
Linn LM1
MFB-512
Moog Concertmate MG-1
MXR 185
Novation Drumstation
Oberheim DMX
Oberheim DX
Quasimidi 309
Rhodes Polaris
Rhythm 33
Rhythm 77
Rhythm-Ace
Roland CompuRhythm 1000
Roland CompuRhythm 8000
Roland CompuRhythm-78
Roland CR-78
Roland CR-8000
Roland D-110
Roland D-70
Roland Digital Drum Brain DDR-30
Roland JD-990
Roland JD800
Roland JD800 Dance Card
Roland MC-202
Roland MC-303
Roland MC09
Roland MT-32
Roland R-5
Roland R-8
Roland R8
Roland S50
Roland SH-09
Roland System-100
Roland TR-505
Roland TR-606
Roland TR-626
Roland TR-707
Roland TR-727
Roland TR-808
Roland TR-909
Sakata DPM-48
Sequential Circuits Drumtraks
Sequential Circuits TOM
Sequential Drumtacks
Sequential Drumtrax
Sequential Tom
Sequential TOM1
Serge Modular
SH09 Drum sounds
Simmons SDS-400
Simmons SDS-5
Simmons SDS5
Simmons SDSV
Sound Master
Sound Master, Memory Rhythm SR-88
Univox Microrhythmer-12
Visco SpaceDrum
X Drum LM8953
Yamaha CS6
Yamaha EX5
Yamaha MR10
Yamaha RM 50
Yamaha RX-21
Yamaha RX-5
Yamaha RX11
Yamaha RX21
Yamaha RX21L
Yamaha RX5
Yamaha RY-30
Yamaha RY30
Yamaha TG-33

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