|Originally posted by Woony |
I just kind of go by ear. I didn't feel like any of these transition clashed particulary bad. I've also never had anyone complain about key clashes in my mixes.
I mean, they might be clashing but up to a certain point where it get's noticeably distracting I don't think it really matters when mixing Techno. Maybe you are more sensitive to key clashes because you are used to long blend harmonic mixing?
And thanks for giving it a listen and the feedback!
Dont get me wrong at all, the mixing was awesome and no one would notice if you played this live at a club or even at home. I am particularly sensitive to key mixing because i listen to so much progressive sets were that becomes the dominant mixing technique. And more importantly, my lack of familiarity makes it hard to gauge or give constructive feedback. I just was re listening to your set this morning and noticed that one part that I thought was a key clash was actually part of the original song and obviously done by the producer to create a rougher or dirtier track. I am really looking forward to your next mix! By far my favorite part of this mix is the end. I think its real hard to get a great ending in a techno set and the last 15 minutes was a perfect ending for me. Not coincidently, the last two tracks were ones I had heard before and loved them in this set!
X-MIX 1 The MFS Trip
This guy needs to come back