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    in order to book some studio sessions for myself Also I had a few tape decks a keyboard and a drum machine I d borrowed from a friend which I would do things with Nothing spectacular but baby stapes are still steps 4 As we understand it you launched the Classic Recordings label and then shut it down after its hundredth release which was the plan from the start What can you tell us about this label Why was it meant to be impermanent from the start Why have you guys decided to just now make the tracks available digitally It was Luke myself and our idea of what a label could be Not chasing glory Not shilling for hits Not trying to do what DJ X3 was doing Just us doing us Without making it the kind of thing that is meant to last forever in it s original form It was what it was meant to be Fun Quality centric Experimental Exciting The thing is the tracks were available digitally to some extent before now Not as comprehensive not remastered but there We ve just decided to explode again because the legacy of Classic is huge We were working with Matthew Herbert Gemini Dave Taylor Major Lazer Jesse Rose Iz Diz Greenskepers Brett Johnson Rekid Pezzner Tiefschwartz Isolee Freeform Five Nail pre Bent DJ Sneak Blaze I mean how many other labels had that kind of heavy duty stable to draw on It was all killer no filler 5 Can you describe your typical creative process from inspiration to completion of a track There is no such thing as a typical creative process I sit in my chair and try to make things Weird huh 6 How has your use of technology in the studio changed over the years Have computers and software played a bigger role next to hardware in your process I use computers now where I didn t before I still use a lot of hardware A mixing desk patch bay compressors effects units things that really exist and aren t just emulations I find real things awesome I ve used computers for a long time though Software automatically does a lot of things that I used to hate having to do manually Using Recycle beats the crap out of truncating and mapping a series of samples with my E4 7 Do you ever feel like house techno and four on the floor strain of EDM has become exhausted Where do you see dance music going in the next decade Have pants become exhausted Are shoes exhausted Is food exhausted I don t get that line of questioning at all So I guess no I don t I wish that I could answer your future question but I don t do prophecy Where it s going is where it will go Wherever that is 8 What inspires you outside of music My dogs shoes art TV walking down the street various colors eccentric people my

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  • Derrick Carter - Blog
    56th instalment of fabric s series comes from the Chicago pioneer Derrick Carter A much lauded musical hero of the early 90s house music movement his sound was branded boompty boomp after the original musical ability to get people moving One of the forefathers of house music Derrick has since stuck to this steadfast style within his music often reworking and interpreting tracks to fit his own musical sensibility Article

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