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James D’ley Allen & Heath Xone:DB2 FX DJ Mix

allenandheathxone on April 16, 2012 08:55

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    Fresh from being voted “Best New DJ” at Breakspoll 2012 (International Breakbeat Awards), we have an exclusive DJ mix performed on the Xone:DB2 mixer from James D’ley.

    James’s career is going from strength to strength, with releases on labels such as Dusted, Definition, Young NRG, Funkatech and Sludge to name a few. This has ensured James becomes one of the Bass scenes future rising stars, non-stop on his relentless quest to expose a multitude of Bass music, in a style unique to him.

    With appearances ranging from the best club venues to festivals all over the UK and Europe, and armed with the best new Bass music and inspiringly equipped DJ skills, James is a young gun raising the stakes and in high demand.

    The Xone:DB2 exploits the potential of digital mixer technology to bring you maximum DJ creativity in a stylish, accessible and affordable format.

    James provides us with a mix utilising Delays, Reverbs, Resonators, Modulators and Damage type effects featured on the Xone:DB2.

    "Trying to sum up the Allen & Heath Xone:DB2 and its endless capabilities is near impossible. Whether you’re a budding Novice cutting your teeth in the clubs for the first time or a serious professional looking to raise their game, this mixer offers professional studio standard FX as well as bespoke EQ-ing setups, so it has everything anyone could possibly want or aspire for. These are just a few of its attributes however, the midi integration system and channel cloning and live manoeuvring is an innovation in itself. It’s this ability of being able to have a duplicate of each channel that I am most fond of. It allows to me to set up a master channel for each track and then a send for the FX so I can switch effortlessly between original and processed. Out of the FX, there isn't one that doesn’t do exactly what it says on the tin, which is so often not the case with a lot of mixer FX presets. From huge reverbs to trippy delay effects, big brash flanger & phasing, a stutter like no other that when used right rivals the dicer products for lap top dj’s and a whole load more. All in all, this mixer is pure class and delivers everything you expect from a forward thinking, finger on the button leading engineering company. 11/10 :)" James D'ley

    Track listing:

    1. Mediks -Blown Away Ft Astronaut - Audio Porn Records
    W/ Tim Ismaag - Desty Rave - Break The Wall EP
    2. Tantrum Desire - Pay Nobody’s Way - Technique Recordings
    3. Flux Pavilion - Bass Canon - Skor Edit -CDR
    4. Tony Anthem & Axel Ender - Smash It - Rottun Recordings
    5. Daft Punk-Aerodynamic- Specimen A & James D'ley Refix - CDR
    6. Daft Punk Harder Better Faster Stronger - Specimen A & James D'ley Refix - CDR
    W/Dodge & Fuski - What Do You Know - Never Say Die Records
    7. Far Too Loud - Firestorm - Funkatech Records
    8. Datsik & Kill The Noize - Lightspeed - OWSLA
    9. Calverton & Qalvr - Raw 2 Da Floor - Lazy Rich Remix - Jack Knife Records
    10. Defkline & Red Polo -Still Got Love Boots - Sludge Records
    11. Daft Punk & Sub focus & Specimen A - Rock It -Transitional Refix Mashup
    12. Afrowhitey & Sporty 0 - Ridin VIP - Specimen A & James D'ley Remix - Sludge Records
    13. William Breakspear Feat Ashley Slater - Avatar - Slim Blue Remix - Rocstar Recordings
    14. PYRAMID - Lost In You - Funkatech Records


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