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None Ya Business, Germany
Oxonium Trax in an experimental hobby-venture, that barely tries to be active on the market as it ranges between all styles of electronic music / techno-music of the last 25 years. It's nearly impossible to commit oneself stylistically whereas there's such a broad range of juicy sounds. Nevertheless, it should be possible to recognize the individuality in both, soft sounds and heavy, dark industrial sounds, but there's one style that i want highlight: "Boosted Old-School"!
Oxytekk is more about Techno, Tech-House and Underground
What's Boosted Old-School ? Let me explain:
have you ever listened to some old techno trax and have you thought while listening:" Damn, the musical idea of Old School is great, but the sound is really vintage and dated. 'Tis pity, you can't play this in clubs, because the sound-implementation would be an imposition for clubbers, nowadays..."? Well, here's the solution: a Boost-Up ! This is not a Remix...a Remix would change an original idea of a track, but so not Boosted Old-School. This type maintains the originality of an vintage techno-song, with the only difference of a more powerful sound, by adding fitting audio-tracks f.e. bassdrums, high-hats, synths and effects, to give the track a nowadays club-suitable power, without destroying the vintage musical atmosphere and basic idea, thereby the main focus is around the first half of the 1990's. This is not really an own style of music, but as the range of old school is so wide, and the boosted sound on each track is so unique, a collective noun is needed: Boosted Old School!
Comments by Oxonium Trax
Einfach nurnoch unmenschlich. Sowas von asozial. Das ist einfach keine Musik mehr.................SO MUSS DAS :D!!!
Thanks for uploading :)
Your best work, i think. Reminds me of the early sound of Detroit Techno and the beginning of "Hans Von Stoffeln" from "Deutschland flippt aus"
its nearly always so. if you do not think, just do, then the result is often better than as if you think too much about it^^
by the way, did you create the bassdrum or was that a sample ? i like that kind of bassdrum. i am always creating my sounds and samples myself, but i have never been able to create such a clear and soft bassdrum full of pressure ?
This part is great, you should have built up on this reverse-bass.
C64 lässt grüßen :)
klingt iwie nach wenig Arbeit...also meen Ding isset nöscht :)
@bassterdmusic: One technical mistake:
from 0:50 min each first Bassdrum in one beat (stroke) is eliminated by the sawtooth-electro.lead. The frequencies of the bassdrum and those of the sawtooth overlap an eliminate themselves. perhaps, you should reduce the volume at that frequency-spectrum of the sawtooth lead, but nevertheless: great remix.