utwor o ktory ci chodzi to Still Alive Lisy Miskowsky, a mixowany byl przez Paula van Dyka, a nie Armina. Armin zagral go tylko w swoim secie w audycji A State Of Trance.
Na czym pracuje Armin? Oto fragment wywiadu:
Armin van Buuren: I work in key, so I try to mix a lot of records in key. Not every record of course because you have like twelve keys so it's impossible to mix all the records in key. I still use vinyl and I use the Pioneer CDJ1000 a lot. I tried to work with Final Scratch and add the tone live but the problem is, is that I find it too unstable. Because I have so many bookings and different places to play, I find it too much work to actually set up final scratch and everything. I mean, I heard that Paul Van Dyk's laptop crashed when he played in Central Park in New York.
So I don't want to let my audience wait for a few minutes when they're listening to an uplifting set. I find that the Pioneer CDJ-1000s have proven themselves, because they have never skipped so far in my career even when the rain was dripping down on them. I find that the CDJ1000, three of them combined with three Technic 1200s - Mark 2 or Mark 3, is the ideal combination for me to work with, combined with my CD case with special edits and everything. I think for me this is, for the moment, the right way of working. I'm really interested to see where the software development is going, because I really see myself working completely from digital formats in the future. But for now I think the vinyl has such a beautiful sound and I know it's limited in sense of frequency range and everything, but vinyl's got magic, and I think it's just a force of habit that I'm still using vinyl.
stworzyc pare sampli byle idiota potrafi, ale stworzyc utwor ktory porusza tlum... coz, probuj
P.S. Prawdopodobnie ja nie nazwalbym muzyka tego co ty sluchasz (podejrzewam ze disco polo lub podobne) ale to kwestia gustu, a o gustach sie nie dyskutuje.