After recording, sampling, cutting, and splicing over tracks down to their most basic components, I ended up with a collection of over loops, ranging in length from 1 note to 4 bars.
I then started to recreate and reinterpret each track, putting the pieces back together as if an audio jigsaw puzzle- using effects and edits in between each piece. This 53 minute piece, consisting of over 70 tracks and 31 ID points, represents what those loops became, and how their interactions created something that had not existed before. Dean De Costa.
Add Review vwespa January 14, Report. Reply Notify me Helpful. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Best mix ever, richie always sober! Needless to say, no digging through the crates on this one. Hawtin spins through odd tracks of moody minimal techno, including tracks -- or, to be more precise, elements -- from Basic Channel, Thomas Brinkmann, Stewart Walker, Carl Craig, Theorem, and Sutekh, plus his own F.
Most of these tracks are present in such wildly different versions, however, that listeners may not even recognize a usually familiar track; when all that's taken is a bassline and an effect here or a scratchy percussion line there, and each track includes elements of three or four different originals, the results are much closer to either remixes or a wildly eclectic turntablist album than a techno mix album -- thus the title.
Instead of a hip-hop DJ's wild spinbacks, Hawtin uses only momentary pauses and beat disruptions to mark time and open new chapters in the mix. The result is a clean, precisely constructed mix, and one that Patience Brings Pleasure - Al Japro - Seasoned By. isn't especially evocative of the immense work involved in constructing it.
Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. This piece of music is very inspiring. When I first heard this I didn't know anything about making electronic techno music or how this piece of music was made. Since I've played around with various software on my computer trying to make some kind of techno music.
I'm still trying. I'm also trying to perform it live. With this experience I appreciate and enjoy this CD even more then the first time I heard it. It's very cleverly constructed. Hawtin clearly show great dedication in his work. The dynamics of the different frequencies interacting -- a new kind of bass coming in, a different kind of high percussion, etc.
So other than the excellence of the music itself the reason why this album kicks so much ass is After The Lights Go Down Low - Various - After The Dance (30 Beautiful Love Songs) it feels like that the whole way through.
Something new from some new record gets introduced seemingly every two measures and it's great to Tracks On Delivery Pt. 2 (Pattern 7) - Richie Hawtin - DE9 the slightly sonic different qualities of each loop grinding on and adding to each other. Big up to Hawtin for this one. It's something for the head and the feet I actually don't have a proper stereo to play Tracks On Delivery Pt. 2 (Pattern 7) - Richie Hawtin - DE9 on, nor the proper headphones to hear the minute changes in Tracks On Delivery Pt.
2 (Pattern 7) - Richie Hawtin - DE9 production. I'm a newbie to the minimal genre and was recommended to start here. Beginning at track 1, everything just meshes together. Through uses of cuts, splits, dices, meshes and deconstructions and reconstructions, a album that will be in heavy rotation was born. I get little tingles in my spine when i hear another bit or peice Tracks On Delivery Pt. 2 (Pattern 7) - Richie Hawtin - DE9 a beloved record in my collection.
Big props to mr. Track Listing. Richie Hawtin. Smart Card? Jacek Sienkiewicz. Erik Besier. Pascal F. Baby Ford. At the Front. Steve Bug. Rino Cerrone. Nick Rapaccioli. Ricardo Villalobos. Panpot Spliff. Carl Craig. This 53 minute piece , consisting of over 70 tracks and 31 ID points, represents what those loops became, and how their interactions created something that had not existed before. Add Review. Have: 37 Want: 14 Avg Rating: 3.
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