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#7 DISCO DISCO DISCO // 54 Mode // Feels So Real Patrice Edit

Discollision on November 08, 2012 08:58

Disco Edit

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    Big thanks to 54 MODE to spread this feeling with us!

    Be fast to catch your copy of #7 ;-)

    Disco Disco Disco edits are traditional disco songs from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s which have been edited in some way, often using software but occasionally with a razor and reel-to-reel tape (a tape edit). The distinction between an edit and a remix is that an edit does not incorporate additional production, only the manipulation of the source material, whereas a remix can include as many new instruments and sounds as the remixer prefers. A “re-rub” and a “re-edit” fall somewhere in between, with re-rubs being tracks that have been cleaned up (from the vinyl source material) and straightened to a regular 4×4 beat, sometimes incorporating additional prodction. A re-edit is an edit in which the song’s parts have been re-organized and minor additional production has been added, such as a more prominent drum beat, but the overall tone of the song has been left intact.

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    • Mustache Jerry™
      Mustache Jerry™ at 3.26 on November 23, 2012 00:36

      So good! Playing this out next gig!

    • Licano
      Licano at 2.26 on November 10, 2012 05:39

      Great song, great edit, great label! Nice work!

    • michael ruetten
      michael ruetten on November 09, 2012 23:48

      a great song as played recently off the original 12inch on elektra in my radioshows. so while we are at it: a real "edit" or "re-edit" in the sense of danny krivit, francois kevorkian et al plays with the original parts and takes out parts which may not be that dancefloor friendly or interrupt a certain groove. but the main thing is: it stays with the tempo of the original . because this tempo / bpm had been chosen for a certain reason. like "feels so real" by patrice rushen. the original tempo holds the sexiness of the tune, and works very very well on the floor as in radio or at home. an edit which just speeds up using ableton leaves the original spirit way behind. so, good idea, but . . . all about the original.
      never mind, michael

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