Originally posted by bachelorsofscience
Firstly, thanks for all you've done with the US and San Francisco scene, you really are a trooper.
1. Your drumwork always blow me away... if you had one good "aha!" tip for making drums crunchy what would it be.
2. How do you see the online/iTunes space developing for dnb? What would you like to see happen?
See you again soon.
shouts to dean, echo, and all the other SF crew.
making drums crunchy? i think that has everything to do with the source break. good breaks don't need much processing. every era in music had ittws sound. i'm partial to the early 70's sound when it comes to breaks.
I'd like to see three things from iTunes..higher quality MP3s for sale, Drum & Bass recognized as a genre, and searches by record label.