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About djreiss

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  • Birthday 02/19/1971

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    DJ, Club Manager. Old Hacienda boy.
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    London UK
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    too busy for one
  1. Name this tune

    just tried it - works ok on mine??(2.9mb mp3 file) hmmm what was it doing? thanks
  2. Name this tune

    been a while, but im back online and DJ'ing in a few choice London venues. downloaded a demo from Domingo Castillo off club planet some time ago. I really want to add this ambient chill out tune to my collection, dont know its name - Click here to listen to full track thanks Chris
  3. Coming to London... need records

    if you're coming to london - berwick st (city centre) has allot of good record stores
  4. clubplanet audio won't stream?

    is my firewall doing bad things or is the streaming music not playing on anyones mixes? it worked ok when i first uploaded mine, but now it seems everyones is dead. i want to send the link of my new demo to people.
  5. Need Some help on CD-decks

    heres some info on the Technics CD decks - http://www.panasonic.com/consumer_electronics/pressroom/cont2.asp?Filter=12&cont_id=600 and heres a review of the decks from dj fingers - Hi guys n gals! Just a quick comment on the new SL-DZ1200 dj cd/sd player from technics! I took a trip to plaza in london as i do every year and performed a 1.5 hour set on these decks! I took to them without even touching them as most people would! BUT!!! When i was getting the feel of them i noticed a few things! A) the timing on the scratch is the same as a cmx-3000 (pioneer) which is nothing like the CDJ range! The fx unit is shabby and is nothing compared with EFX-500 (pioneer) It dosnt feel like a 1210 C) and the loop What loop - it was gappy uneditable unless you had an atomic clock next to you! I think it looks great but cant compete against Pioneer Price and functionability!!! PS. Idid have a quick stint on the new CDX-1 from Numark!! VeryVery Good! This could be the next big cd-deck! 12" PLATTER, Actual Vinyl use, 4.5kg torque, 100% pitch, CD MP3, editable loop fx unit very comarable to EFX-500 (seperate from platter unlike Technics!)
  6. Need Some help on CD-decks

    now these are CD decks....
  7. hi been Living in Miami for the last 3 years, before that was dj'ing around Manchester. I'll be moving to North London in a couple of weeks, play Funky / tribal house. having no idea on the club scene in London & wouldn't mind being pointed in the right direction. here's a link to my demo. DJ Chris Reiss. thanks guys.
  8. Fairwell Florida

    thanks for the wishes you lot. guess i'd better get some thermal flip flops for the streets of London. anyone else having trouble playing music uploaded to clubplanet? worked earlier, now i get 'unable to connect' message.
  9. Fairwell Florida

    Leaving for Manchester in a week, My sister decided to get married right in the middle of the music conference then off to London to pursue some exciting new projects. so wont be seeing Florida for a long time. Having met allot of you CPer's im glad to report that most of you are not the arseholes your posts lead us to belive, and are infact some very hospitable people. special thanks to BrowneyeTrouble, Lyric, Hardware, Mirza, Carlos for buying my mixer & stuff. theres still a very nice black Italian leather couch & large matching chair up for grabs, priced way too cheap @ $150 as well as the 4ft coffee table you can see. (heavy red wood top, aluminum trim & legs) for your listening pleasure, I have uploaded my new demo. if you like funky/tribal house, have a listen. 96kps mp3 04 Demo. Chris Reiss. peace. Chris Reiss
  10. Mixer & Receiver for sale

    leaving the country at the end of feb & have a few things to get rid of. gemini mixer, works fine. inputs - 3 x phono, 3 x line, 1 x Mic. outputs - Master, Booth, Record. 3 band EQ on every channel. $40 also have Kenwood receiver & 4 speakers (2 surround sound, 2 mid size) - $40. Reply or PM if your interested. peace
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  12. Hello From London!

    Moving to London myself in 5 weeks. going to High Gate. same reasons, kinda sick of the Miami music scene. so whats hot in North London right now, I will be looking to spin some house back in the UK.
  13. attention downloaders..

    Started this thread with the sole intention of maybe helping people out, but as usual, people have to be fucking assholes about it. Yes, i down load an album now & then, and if i like any tracks, ill go out and buy them. I dont think i deserve being sued by the RIAA, as i mentioned before, i spend thousands/year on music & have done for the last 13 years. i listen to Itunes allot, one of my fav sources of music and find myself constantly writing tunes down that i hear to go out & buy. so please - save your fucking lectures but one of the most disturbing reports i've read so far is this one.... WHAT IS THE CBDTPA? The CBDTPA is a bill (S. 2048) proposed in Congress by Senators Fritz Hollings (D-SC) and Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), along with Senators Daniel Inouye (D-HI), John Breaux (D-LA), Bill Nelson (D-FL), and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). The acronym stands for "Consumer Broadband and Digital Television Promotion Act". Note that the CBDTPA was originally known as the "SSSCA" while in draft form. WHAT WOULD THIS LAW DO? The law would force all new personal computers and digital home entertainment devices sold in the United States to have government-approved "policeware" built-in. This policeware would restrict your use of copyrighted material on these devices -- including music files and CD's, video clips, DVD's, e-books, and more. WHO COULD GO TO JAIL? You, if you're one of the millions of Americans who uses your computers to burn music CD's, listen to MP3's, share video files, etc. You'd face up to five years in federal prison and a $500,000 fine. Think you'd be able to get around the law by removing the policeware from your personal computer? Think again -- anyone who defies the government by disabling or tampering with the policeware on their own computer, in the privacy of their own home or business, would also face five years in the slammer. Since alternative operating systems like Linux and FreeBSD would most likely refuse to incorporate government policeware into their code, users of these open-source systems would also be eligible for hard time.
  14. attention downloaders..

    :laugh: Personally, i spend a few thousand dollars a year on music. but im sure there are plenty on this board who like the free stuff.