KoCha - Hot Dubwise for Cold Winter

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KoCha - Hot Dubwise for Cold Winter

Post by KoCha » Mon Jan 21, 2008 5:37 pm

Greetings,

Trying to warm yourself during this long winter, here his last roots dub productions available in free download.

Tracks are this time available on the mx3 musical platform, trying to improve statistics that are actually ridiculous, then we going to release them directly on our website. You can obviously download track in high quality from the mx3 website.

5 new singles available
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KoCha meets The Gladiators - Mix Song
KoCha meets The Gladiators - Mix Song Dub
KoCha meets Hot Drop - Tell Me
KoCha meets Hot Drop - Tell Me Dub
KoCha meets Ital Roots Players - Tolerance Dub

A new version of 'Tolerance' is too available.

You can access directly to last releases on the mx3 website:
http://www.mx3.ch/artist/kocha

All releases :
http://www.almighty-dub.com/home/index. ... &Itemid=14

Thanks to all for your listening, we hope your going to enjoy new singles,

Keep On Dubbing,
KoCha, reggae-dub producer

Almighty Dub Records - Independent Reggae Dub Production
Open Dub Foundation - The WorldWide Dub Meeting

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Post by KoCha » Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:51 am

Live dub show done @ home, (Drum Song Dub):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLvNInoMF2I
KoCha, reggae-dub producer

Almighty Dub Records - Independent Reggae Dub Production
Open Dub Foundation - The WorldWide Dub Meeting

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Post by interruptor » Tue Feb 05, 2008 10:37 pm

Hey that's a nice video.. It's like the King Jammy one we discussed recently. :)
Are you mixing with a midi controller? The lighting is too dark to see what desk that is, but each time you tweak a pot a numerical value is changed in the display to the top right. You seem to have the mute buttons in the top row of the desk. That's surprising, but obviously it works fine for you. Positioning the camera directly above the desk pointing down and some more light would make it easyer to follow your dubbing excursion in detail.

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Post by ion5 » Thu Feb 07, 2008 2:48 pm

sweeeeet dub vibez bro!

yes thats an BCR 2000 midi controller by behringer i recently sold mine even tough its extremly usefull ting for 80 euro... expecialy with ABLETON totaly workflow no setup-troubles..... but i had to minimize my equipment to use what i have at fullest.

for non mixing desk, and vst production i can totaly recomend this one!!!

blessed dubbin

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Post by KoCha » Wed Feb 27, 2008 8:28 am

Yeah agree Ion5, not perfect as a mixing desk, but just use it to have fun at home, got analog hardware at studio ;)
interruptor wrote:Hey that's a nice video.. It's like the King Jammy one we discussed recently. :)
Are you mixing with a midi controller? The lighting is too dark to see what desk that is, but each time you tweak a pot a numerical value is changed in the display to the top right. You seem to have the mute buttons in the top row of the desk. That's surprising, but obviously it works fine for you. Positioning the camera directly above the desk pointing down and some more light would make it easyer to follow your dubbing excursion in detail.
Thanks for your feedback interruptor, I was away to the versionist gathering last week, it's why I answer only now.

Yeah the position of the mute button is really strange, but after few hours I can get hand easy on it and as Ion say, it's a midi controller. Cheap stuff from behringer but do job really well.

I'm made some more test with better lighting, I gonna do a live broadcast this Sunday (7pm GMT-0), if interested go here :

http://open.reggae-dub.com/odvc

Gonna record it, and if everything run fine, I will put a link to the recorded session here.

:)

Give thanks to all, bless
KoCha, reggae-dub producer

Almighty Dub Records - Independent Reggae Dub Production
Open Dub Foundation - The WorldWide Dub Meeting

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