This is the general group page for everyone who has ever been, or whoever wants to be involved in the Cosmic Core collaboration projects.
Latest updates from the text file on Dropbox
Correct as of 22:31 30/07/2014 (Edited by Damon Breakz)
Artist - track- status
UNMASTERED TRACK READY
Bl4cksun - Somethings Wrong - Track unmastered (and simple reference masterReady)
Karl37 - Everlasting Light - Unmastered Track Ready
MOutcast - Vague memory - unmastered track ready
Mr. Fork - Ripples in the mind - unmastered
Father, Son and Alcohol - WonkyTown - Unmastered track ready
liornaar - march of the froggys - Mastered?
Cosmic Tree - in progress
cyper X- working on a track! - DB chased 30th July via Facebook.
Tom Cosm - track tbc
RKO - Love in Light - track was finished, just being reworked.
feyrabass - track in progress - - DB chased 30th July via Facebook.
MAYBE IN / OUT
fcarroll - will be working on a track asap! ...although his Macbook has died. hopefully he can still contribute a track!
SUBSET- DB chased 30th July via Facebook.
rev.19 - DB chased 30th July via Facebook.
Scheimann- DB chased 30th July via Facebook.
Urban Fox ?
Seizar - awaiting track
9000knobs - out (Doesn't make trance anymore..spoke to DB on Facebook)
Others we have asked:
Paniono - DB asked 30th July via Facebook.
Mastering: SUBSET, K37
Album cover Photos SUBSET , layout/edits - Damon Breakz
Album Audio Edits/Fades and Tagging - Damon Breakz
Album track Order .. K37
//Damon Breakz\\ - I have been totally lazy to push people on this one....but we will get there guys! We MUST release in 2014 to keep the 'one or more albums a year' record
Blacksun , Nothing's been mastered yet. =)
It's really good news that you guys have extra tracks ready, but I really feel we should still aim to make this a one-track-each album so that it sits well with the other albums. but let's see. People have vanished and I'd better find them!
You should have a mess about with the demo there is lots to play with even more with full version
I bought Bitwig Monday and within 24 hours I had made something already sounding half decent.
Thank you as always for your input. You're right it does need some more variation
Gonna keep going at it
Hijack Da Bass is quickly rising portuguese team from Portugal. They are currently holding a remix competition for their latest track Cats in Heat.
They are good friends with some of the members of this site, so I've offered to chip in on the prize pool!Read more...
Today I made a more in depth tutorial video of how to use the Leakage device for those who are a bit unsure. Click here to learn more about Leakage and how to get your hands on it.Read more...
I am very proud to announce that my latest device, Leakage, is now available for Pro Members to test out. Although this beta version works (I have not been able to break it) there might be a few flaws here and there, so I encourage you to please let me know in the forums if you come across any bugs that need fixing.Read more...
So you've crafted the next tech-lord masterpiece and you wanna share it with the world huh? Well let's get to it. Tom has asked me to share some tips with you that may improve your chances of getting played on the radio.Read more...
Trying to get booked for events when you are first getting yourself into the scene can be one of the most frustrating parts of being an artist or DJ.
When I first started, one of the things I wish I had hard wired into my brain is the fallacy of expecting of an equal amount of response, attention and effort to that of which you put in when you made a submission. A lot of the time you won’t get anything - but it’s not your fault!Read more...
Preparing your tracks to get mastered? Follow this guide to find solutions to common mistakes producers often make.Read more...
Producer Chatline instantly connects you to any other users that are currently using the device.Read more...
In this advanced video I *attempt* to build a basic vocoder like machine using nothing but native Ableton Live devices (and an Envelope Follower).
I wasn't too sure how it was going to turn out, but I got some results and learnt a lot myself.Read more...
Performing live electronic music is a double edged sword. If all the conditions are right, a live set can feel like you're playing an awesome video game that you know for a fact you are going to win. However, things do sometimes go wrong and if you’re not prepared you might find yourself in a world of confusion and embarrassment.Read more...