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Brighton Stone
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At 9:38pm on October 20, 2012,
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DJ TONIC
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this is storm i wanted to find out what my play time is

if u can leave me comment to get the correct time that would perfect the

on my scractch book page  thx storm

 

At 1:22pm on April 6, 2012,
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At 8:49am on April 2, 2012,
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Brighton Stone
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Finally got my M303 set sorted out and under 12 minutes!!! Thank goodness....cos for a moment there I thought I'd be just another person unable to perform at 100%....a nobody likes a turntable hog. :) I'm looking forward to playing it for you all this Thursday. Gotta keep practicing everyday until I can do it in my sleep. #RideOrDie #beatsByPrimetime
At 12:53pm on November 10, 2011,
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Brighton Stone
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Whaddup party people?! Check out my videos from my band THE NEW AFFECT! Also there are links to my beat page(s) on Soundcloud and Ustream! Need dope remixes? Are your beats lacking that crucial LOW END? Hit me up! #BBPT #TNA #Priceless

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Primetime's Production Tips : THE DE-ESSER



Some producers use more than one de-esser to tame sibilance. Where sibilant frequencies peak in different areas of a voice, simply add a second de-esser in series with the first. When using more than one de-esser, precision is the key - if the target frequency is too wide, or cut too deep, you can easily wind up compromising what was a reasonable-sounding vocal line.



Remember that with all "in-the-box" treatments and out-board gear, using your ear and not blindly adding…

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Posted on June 18, 2012 at 9:18am

Primetime's Daily Production Tips: THE COMPRESSOR



What is a compressor?



Compressors control the dynamic range of a signal, changing the relationship between its loudest and quietest parts and shaping the transients (peaks) of the sound. It is an essential tool for creating clear and punchy mixes. It can be used on many parts including drums, synths, basslines, vocals and auxiliary busses...as well as over all mixes and masters.

The main controls of a compressor are threshold, ratio, attack, release, make-up…

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Posted on April 11, 2012 at 2:03pm

Primetime's Daily Production Tips : MASTERING

Mastering plays a key role in finalizing an already excellent track. The "Mastering Chain" is the secret to glossy, sparkly and hard-hitting songs.



The essential processors in a mastering chain are EQ, COMPRESSOR and LIMITER.



The EQ comes first and is used to shape the overall balance of the frequencies. It's…
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Posted on April 11, 2012 at 10:59am

Primetime's Daily Production Tips : The Kick Drum

THE KICK DRUM



In terms of defining elements, for dance, house, club, dubstep and most every type of electronic music these days, the KICK DRUM is king.



Understanding the different characteristics and qualities that go into making and/or creating a kick drum is crucial to the foundation of your productions.



There are literally thousands of drum types and tones to pick from. H…

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Posted on April 10, 2012 at 12:10pm

 
 
 

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