Re: [AH] ACIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidddddd

From ... snafu ...
Sent Tue, May 22nd 2007, 01:27



all i do remember is that they expanded thr "r" to make it sound like

"rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrock the discotheque"

it was around 1996 when i heard it in a club.


thanx, si



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> "In control and in effect, rock the discotheque" Was it Doug Lazy?
> Failing that I'm sure it has been used in quite a few 80's-90's tracks, 
> anyone?
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> FF
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> ... snafu ... <redacted@example.com> wrote:
> hi guys!
>
> i can not contibute to any acid, but your post reminded me of a track i 
> had
> been looking for many years ago.
> i can only remember the spoken vocal sample of the track and it was:
>
> "rock the discotheque"
>
> anyone remember who that might have been?
>
> thanx
>
> si
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "fierce fish"
> To: "AH"
> Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 11:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [AH]
> ACIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidddddddd
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>> TR-808 and TB-303, and FR-777
>>
>> Call me old fashioned but the 808 just reeks electro goodness, and the
>> 303, well there have been lots of clones of it which vary in their
>> emulation, but having tried all the best ones I still go back to my 
>> 303's.
>>
>> We all know there are plenty of 303 haters, for whom the 303 is just a
>> limited bass synth with a cryptic sequencer, but for me that's part of 
>> the
>> charm, the other being its unsurpassed (and likely never to be either)
>> silky smooth liquid grooves. Every year they go up in value and I think
>> that also causes people to hate them, but I think anyone into analog
>> synths owes it to themselves to own one before passing judgement.
>>
>> FR-777 Well mines special, it is one of the very first with some more 
>> bite
>> than the production models, it used to belong to Charlie Clouser, I had
>> Jered at FR verify this and also tell me that the analog board was
>> redesigned when full scale production began. It has some mods to give it
>> even more twang on the accent and filter sections, it is my first port of
>> call for harder sounding acid lines or funky bass sounds, and reminds me
>> of a fisher price acid box because it is great fun to modify the
>> sequences, adding accents, slides, changing notes and loop points without
>> stopping, ideal for those deep space inter dimensional excursions :)
>>
>> And yeah, System 100m driven by the 303 sequencer rocks the discotheque
>> too!
>>
>> FF
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>>
>> Ryan Lunenfeld  wrote: hey what are all of yours
>> favorite acid machines?
>>
>> not saying just "tb303! and Tr909" that's too easy!:-)
>>
>> for me my favorite kick drum for acid comes from the roland r8...:x
>>
>> and synth...shit i've stumped myself, i thin kthe 303 is still the best.
>> system100m is really nice though. makes some crazy acidy sounds:-)
>>
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