Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
Here’s the set FreyDrew & Harvitronix (Firefly Genocide) played at Beta Nightclub in Denver, Colo. last Halloween as part of Awesome Factory. If you like heavy dubstep, you’ll love this. Enjoy!
Wednesday, May 25th, 2011
What it promises to do is “fatten” your sound. Dada Life says it can be used on a single track, or a bus, or on the whole track to master. After playing with it for twenty minutes, looks like it’s dead on.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
Chartbeat is a real-time analytics web app that lets you see how many people are on your site, which pages they’re currently on, how they got there, how fast the pages are loading, and a host of other useful stats.
If that’s not enough, however, Chartbeat also has a robust API. I haven’t tapped into much of its potential, but I did use it to make this nifty little “popular now” widget.
All it does is call the API, request the top pages (built in function), and then displays them. Easy, right? Well, it is.
Thursday, March 3rd, 2011
One of my favorite music blogs, earmilk.com, does a weekly “Filthy Friday” column where they post 10ish dirty dub tracks every week. (Another one of my favorites is Wobble Wednesday, all dubstep, all the time.)
If you want a how-to on the making of this mix, hit me up in the comments and I’ll post a tutorial.
Friday, February 11th, 2011
The most fun part about DJing, for me, is messing around with nobs. Yeah, I like playing with nobs. Eat it up. Tweaking nobs with a mouse just doesn’t give the same satisfaction as tweaking a real live one. Enter: equipment.
You can literally use any midi controller you want to fire events in Live, but there are some that I’ve settled on after screwing around with (and wasting too much money on) dozens of ‘em for the last four years.
Wednesday, February 9th, 2011
With advertisers slowly getting over the banner ad thing, background takeovers (clickable background images) are becoming more popular. Although they’re a pain in the ass (I accidentally click on them all the time), they’re quite valuable to advertisers, and thus a good revenue stream.
Making them work, however, can be a total bitch. Here’s how I do it. It’s definitely not a science, and I’m not winning any CSS awards, but it works.
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Thursday, November 4th, 2010
Here is a quick reference of the big players in the ski and snowboard media space. All magazines and websites are predominantly owned by two massive media companies: Bonnier and Source. SMP is the third player, with two magazines (and the mags’ respective websites).
Source Interlink Media (~100 magazines)
Bonnier Corporation (~50 magazines)
Storm Mountain Publishing (2 magazines)
Sunday, October 10th, 2010
Put together this 26-minute dubstep mix this weekend. Enjoy!
Mixed by: @harvitronix
1. Cruel ft. Julie Thompson – Pyramid (SkisM Remix)
2. Swagga (Downlink Remix)
3. Scream n’ Shout (Skrillex Remix)
4. Flux Pavilion – Normalize
5. Deadmau5 – Ghosts n’ Stuff (Nero Remix)
6. Professor Green – Monster ft. Example (Camo & Krooked Remix)
7. Rusko – Woo Boost
8. Fresnch-Soler – Lies (Doctor P Remix)
9. Flux Pavilion – Lines in the Wax
Friday, October 8th, 2010
Track List :
1. Bloody Beetroots – Domino
2. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike feat. Dada Life – Tomorrow
3. Kaskade feat. Haley – Dynasty (Dada Life Remix)
4. Light Year – Sex Education
5. Dad Life – Cookies with a Smile
6. Squeeeze – Doop (Uppermost Remix)
7. Tiesto feat. Diplo – C’mon
8. Boy 8-Bit – The Keep
9. Animal Rights (Kids at the Bar edit)
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
OK Go is holding a remix contest. This is my entry. Would love to hear feedback! Special thanks to Drew Frey for his input on this one.
If you’ve got time, I’d be stoked it if you voted for my entry in the contest. Just gotta enter your e-mail address.