Richard van Keulen

Cornelia de Langestraat 238, 2037 NR Haarlem, The Netherlands

Since I was 17 years old I become a deejay/entertainer at a dribe-in discoteque. After a while I start to make my own mixes. My age on this moment? 56, and I'm still crazy about reworks, mixes, mashups, psy trance. I'm working for a local radio station in the place I live. In my show I never turn music that is official released. I'm searching during ages for high quality productions. You can call it relics. All the music I broadcast are for promotion only. That is what makes my shift on the radio makes so interesting. I let my listeners also hear official studio full multitracks of very well known records. But I'm telling you, that I can let you hear some parts from the song 'Bohemian Rhapsody' by Queen, that you will not recognize and you'll also have absolutely no idea where that part of the original hitsingle from the seventies is coming from. Playing with multitracks is fun, like changing a multitrack by mute some tracks, 'till you get at last one isolated track. etc. I do my work with a lot of passion and fun and I know for sure that my listeners during my radio broadcast are very familiar with the records I play, but I let them hear for the first time in their life the most beautiful and great productions I could find. And I'm enjoying that format very much. I realize that I'm doing a hell of a job at the radio. It takes very much time. 'cause 90% is trash. And the most of the edits I'm broadcasting, I have to disappear first a whole lot of real false parts in the mix. Only the best of the best is good enough for the radio station I'm working.

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Since I was 17 years old I become a deejay/entertainer at a dribe-in discoteque. After a while I start to make my own mixes. My age on this moment? 56, and I'm still crazy about reworks, mixes, mashups, psy trance. I'm working for a local radio station in the place I live. In my show I never turn music that is official released. I'm searching during ages for high quality productions. You can call it relics. All the music I broadcast are for promotion only. That is what makes my shift on the radio makes so interesting. I let my listeners also hear official studio full multitracks of very well known records. But I'm telling you, that I can let you hear some parts from the song 'Bohemian Rhapsody' by Queen, that you will not recognize and you'll also have absolutely no idea where that part of the original hitsingle from the seventies is coming from. Playing with multitracks is fun, like changing a multitrack by mute some tracks, 'till you get at last one isolated track. etc. I do my work with a lot of passion and fun and I know for sure that my listeners during my radio broadcast are very familiar with the records I play, but I let them hear for the first time in their life the most beautiful and great productions I could find. And I'm enjoying that format very much. I realize that I'm doing a hell of a job at the radio. It takes very much time. 'cause 90% is trash. And the most of the edits I'm broadcasting, I have to disappear first a whole lot of real false parts in the mix. Only the best of the best is good enough for the radio station I'm working.

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