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netroM
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Registered: Jan 2002
Location: Trondheim

Ah yeah. I never cared much for that mix. Wrote it off as a "fake Jason Porter" ( ) mix years ago when it surfaced.


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Light The Fuse
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Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Fist Pumping, Au

real or fake jason porter sounds pretty cool.

whats the best set to grab? or quintessential porter?

at work atm n cant really scour the net...

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paulversuspaul
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not gonna lie, for an insane man who is claiming he is some non existent dj named jason porter, that dude is pretty good at mixing. i would def plur at that.


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netroM
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Registered: Jan 2002
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quote:
Originally posted by Light The Fuse
whats the best set to grab? or quintessential porter?

I'd say Trellis 1994. After that go Live @ Liquid 98.


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Vernon Wanderer
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quote:
Originally posted by paulversuspaul
that dude is pretty good at mixing.


In reason.


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pointPi
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Registered: Apr 2010
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Is any of this stuff available for streaming? Downloading a 100+ MB file, without knowing what I'm getting, is too much of a gamble for me.


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Mr Game+Watch
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Registered: Nov 2002
Location: Long Island, NY

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Originally posted by SYSTEM-J
I did a bit of detective work and the guy who is the source of all Jason Porter knowledge (ecksemmess) had a few threads in the production forum around 2005 where he promoted his old-school trance inspired productions with lots of videogame music influence. Sound familiar? In the first Jason Porter thread netroM links, the 1994 Trelllis set has a FFVI remix on it, even though the game was only released in Japan at that time. ecksemmess mentions he heard Porter play this same track live that same year. This is the same set that contains an anachronistic sample from Heroes (2006) as well, remember.

Other incriminating details: he claims to have seen Porter dozens of times in the '90s, which is no mean feat if there was no way of telling when the guy was playing, and yet when he started the first Jason Porter thread he'd apparently almost totally forgotten about this DJ he'd seen dozens of times across the '90s, who apparently "changed his life". He finds a Jason Porter CD for sale on eBay but doesn't bother to contact the seller finding out information on where it came from, instead posting it on TA and asking everyone here instead.

Draw your own conclusions. You can find ecksemmess' old productions by searching his post history through his profile on the threads netroM linked.


Just have to nerd out for a bit - FFVI came out in the US in October 1994. (I totally agree with you that the whole Jason Porter thing is a hoax, albeit a very interesting one)


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Mattsanity.
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Chimney
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quote:
Originally posted by pointPi
Is any of this stuff available for streaming? Downloading a 100+ MB file, without knowing what I'm getting, is too much of a gamble for me.


Lives in Sweden.

Complains about the internet.

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Mattsanity.
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can anyone ID his bloody tracks? I only knew two and that was Crescendo - Are You Out There and some Bjork track in the 1995 mix.

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netroM
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Registered: Jan 2002
Location: Trondheim

quote:
Originally posted by pointPi
Is any of this stuff available for streaming? Downloading a 100+ MB file, without knowing what I'm getting, is too much of a gamble for me.

http://www.divshare.com/download/1920563-c00
has a stream option.

Would rather recommend you d/l Trellis (100 MB) or Live @ Liquid (60 MB).


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pointPi
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quote:
Originally posted by Chimney
Lives in Sweden.

Complains about the internet.


I gotta admit, that is funny. Because it's true.


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