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 on: March 28, 2015, 10:29:58 
Started by trewhella - Last post by taking pictures of the eclipse


 on: March 28, 2015, 07:01:36 
Started by trewhella - Last post by Hooner

 on: March 28, 2015, 01:22:27 
Started by LBSound - Last post by LBSound
Hi guys,

As part of my final year project at University, I have built a small Live Sound related course (targeted at beginners or musicians wanting to know more about live sound) and I am looking for participants.

The course shouldn't take you long to complete (approx. 1hr) and it covers explaining a mixing desk, using EQ and microphones. After uni I may continue to develop the course further if I get enough interest.

To begin the process, please complete the intial knowledge questionnaire - http://livesoundcourseinitialknowledgequestionnaire.yolasite.com/. This will test what you know already before starting the course, once I have received results from this is, I will send you the course link and your login details. After you have completed the course you will be tested again to see how much you have learned, and get your feedback on the course.

If anyone can spare the time to complete this before the 31st March to help with my research it will be greatly appreciated.  Two Thumbs

 on: March 28, 2015, 00:54:43 
Started by Lata - Last post by LBSound
Hey guys,

I didn't even know this existed until my project supervisor at uni (UWE) told me about it... Doh!

While i'm not really into spinning, I have had a go on some CDJs. It was fun and I wouldn't mind having another go some time  Smiley

I'm more into Sound Engineering, working in the studio or on live events, although the latter is where I am more experienced.

I love all kinds of music. I have started getting into drum and bass recently, but I listen to everything really, e.g Rock, Metal, Classical, Blues-Rock, Soul, RnB, Hip-hop, Garage, Grime etc...

I have been working on a short online Live Sound course (targeted at beginners or musicians who maybe want to learn more about live sound) for my final year project, and I really need participants. I was wondering if any of you would be interested in taking part? (It should take approx. 1 hour to complete) Really short on participants and running out of time...  Undecided

 on: March 27, 2015, 16:07:15 
Started by Roadkill the VIII - Last post by whalemonste®

P.S. Pretty sure I win a prize for bumping a 10-year old thread!  Slayer

 on: March 27, 2015, 15:02:49 
Started by trewhella - Last post by спам
Well done for braving the concrete shithole mate! I didnt know the US did comedy...

As for what happened to uk music why dont you ask the US majors and all their manufactured shit?!? Dont fucking apologise hahaha
Thats what FUCKED up our music industry to start with... !!! Maybe Apple could pay some tax, and some of these shops could pay PRS ?! Jeeez

 on: March 27, 2015, 10:54:56 
Started by theSultan - Last post by theSultan

Beatroots originally found its home at the infamous Passing Clouds in Dalston, where it still continues to deliver a steady stream of packed out events. Providing the best in beats, brass and bass.

Now the team behind this unique night has decided the time is right to give Bristol the purple makeover and supply the festival vibes at the Crofters Rights with the best in live music and DJs...


A UK festival favourite, playing regularly at Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party and Shambala. MC Xander uses nothing more than his voice to create intricate, multi layered music that moves and amazes. Having previously worked with acts such as the Stanton Warriors and the Freestylers, he created a solo set using a loopstation and his own beatboxing and immediately began rocking crowds, with belief defying one man vocal sets. Taking inspiration from Dancehall, Dubstep, and Drum n Bass, MC Xander is a must see.

Retrospective For Love are a seven-piece band weaving together undeniable, infectious melodies stretching across the stratosphere of Hip-Hop, Soul, and Jazz styles, whilst adding a little 21st century electronic mastery into the mix. Bringing a laid back, comfortable cool to the stage, live performances reach out and grab the spirit – with a dynamism and natural ear for dance floor groove.

A Beatroots favourite! This band are set to make you don you Moschino and reach for the Moet as they throw down and make you throwback to the 90s and 00s with their live rendition of UK Garage bangers and Hip Hop hits!


Beatroots resident, certified anthem dropper. The Sultan spins an infectious dose of Hip Hop, Dancehall, Garage and Drum n Bass that always leaves an impression.

The head honcho behind the widely successful Manchester & Bristol indoor carnival Frontin'. J Rus keeps the dancefloor smiling with his current Soca, UK Funky and Afrobeat jams.


As well as ALL of this, we have The BRISTOL FASHPACK holding down the front area of the Crofters, so you can up your swag levels by getting the best face paint around and joining the Glitterati Squad.

Crofters Rights
Saturday 18th April

Free before 9, £5 before 10pm. More thereafter.


 on: March 26, 2015, 13:03:16 
Started by DJ FLY - Last post by mishima
Meat Katie Lowering the Tone podcast Ep02 - with Dylan Rhymes!

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/LIH0YsOvl40" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/LIH0YsOvl40</a>

 on: March 26, 2015, 09:45:50 
Started by Zat0ichi - Last post by Zat0ichi


 on: March 26, 2015, 04:19:30 
Started by liquidator - Last post by liquidator

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