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Often times Sunday afternoon is the only time i have to practice and listen to music. I've decided to start recording and sharing these practice sessions partly for fun and partly as a audio log of the ebb and flow of my style.

I find it fascinating how the change in season often times coincides with a change in the sound I want to play. But no style is locked into a particular season. As i type this in the beginning of the summer I'm deeply saturated in a minimal techno sound , in previous years this was my "winter" choice.

Sunday sessions mixes are off the cuff, unplanned,and sometimes using newly purchased music I've never heard all the way through. So sometimes I screw up. In todays landscape of people using DAW software to release mixes and just the technology that enables our culture to do what it does I feel that the human element is ok in a casual practice session. I use two CDJ 900's and a DJM 900, thanks for checking it out.

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Often times Sunday afternoon is the only time i have to practice and listen to music. I've decided to start recording and sharing these practice sessions partly for fun and partly as a audio log of the ebb and flow of my style.

I find it fascinating how the change in season often times coincides with a change in the sound I want to play. But no style is locked into a particular season. As i type this in the beginning of the summer I'm deeply saturated in a minimal techno sound , in previous years this was my "winter" choice.

Sunday sessions mixes are off the cuff, unplanned,and sometimes using newly purchased music I've never heard all the way through. So sometimes I screw up. In todays landscape of people using DAW software to release mixes and just the technology that enables our culture to do what it does I feel that the human element is ok in a casual practice session. I use two CDJ 900's and a DJM 900, thanks for checking it out.

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