Je tu dalsi dil Revolution 909,
prvni byla prijata s otevrenou naruci a u mnoho z vas moza jeste ma bolave nohy jak dlouho jste slapali ale uz je tu dalsi a na ni vam za odmenu zveme hosta ze SK - CLV (BassTransmission // SK)
Tento Bratislavsky bass / techno projekt je orientovan na vsechny existujici mutace a podzanry techna ktere mame radi a myslime, ze jeho vyber je zatracene dobry.
Vsak sami uslysite!
Vse okolo 128bpm. Jmena jako Boddika, Blawan, Tiga, Clouds, Marcel Dettmann, Carl Craig, The Hacker, Gesaffelstein, Maelstrom, Levon Vincent, Locked Groove...
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Why revolution? Coz there is no fuckin stripped down raw sound techno night in this small funny country where what u not create is not happenin but when it iz maybe someone noticez and comez so v did this nite & maybe some1 will come and hear the perfect loop and no anesthetic will help and he and she will stay and when they get home their pedometer will be broken coz they just made like 808 909 303 steps on one place omg and that is soooo awesome u should come 2 coz do u even kno what all this means?
The Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer is a partially analog, partially sample-based, drum machine introduced by the Japanese Roland Corporation in 1983. The brainchild of Tadao Kikumoto, the engineer behind the Roland TB-303, it features a 16-step step sequencer and a drum kit that aimed for realism and cost-effectiveness. It is fully programmable, and like its predecessor, the TR-808, it can store entire songs with multiple sections, as opposed to simply storing patterns. It was the first MIDI-equipped drum machine. Around 10,000 units were produced.