Resident Dj Twiga Montecarlo & Cipriani MC Billionaire group, Cristian Ferretti …

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Resident Dj Twiga Montecarlo & Cipriani MC Billionaire group, Cristian Ferretti have got many contacts with various singers who send demos or who work directly in events in clubs. He also like to get in touch with artists who he discover on YouTube or social networks. There are some impressive things out there.

What style of music do you produce?
“I produce house and deep house music”.

Are you working on a brand new album or a single track?
“Usually I work on single tracks and remixes”.

What are your upcoming goals?
“I am working on a new project linked with Montecarlo’s Grand Prix for this winter, some new productions aswell as a new music video”.

How long does it take you to complete and release a track?
“It depends on the track, let’s say in a range from 4 to 8 months”.

Can you explain step by step how to produce a track?
“The most important thing is to have a clear idea of a sound to start with for example a sax, piano, a type of voice or even a noise – once you’ve found the inspiration it will be easier to work around that idea”.

Are you a producer, dj and musician too?
“I am a dj and I work on the compositions with my producer”.

What is the producer that you like the most today?
“I admire Bob Sinclar, he’s been my inspiration since his first productions”.

Does your style of music have a very specific name?
“I like to mix vocal house with deep house”.

How did you organize the set-up productions?
“My producer and partner Nico Heinz organizes the set-up productions”.

Why Media Records and Heartbeat?
“Because it’s the future… Spinnin Records”.

When was your first experience in the studio and in the live set?
“In 2009 in Milano Marittima, where I created my first single Music On. My first live experience was at the age of 15 years at a party of 100 people, now I am the resident dj in the best club in Montecarlo”.

The “fil rouge” that connects the four artists is the passion for the house music. In “People In The Club” it’s a living, breathing thing. From the rhythmic structure with tribal inserts, to the sound scaffolding inspired by the deep wing of the house music enriched with a characteristics frase of sax.

Nico Heinz, from Heartbeat house music by Media Records world…

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Nico Heinz, from Heartbeat house music by Media Records world

Producer & Dj Kontor Records, Planet Dance Music, Heartbeat by Media Records, S&S, Housesession, Nico Heinz organized the external productions in this way.

“If the collaboration is with international artists, we make the production in several international friends studios, while if the musicians are Italians, we invite them in our studio”.

What style of music do you produce?

“Chill Out, House, Edm”.

What are your upcoming goals and what the most remote (new tour, studio album, ideas, etc)?

“Why next goal is to make a chill out album with Max Kuhn, for our Mysticage project”.

How long does t take you to complete and release a track?

“From when I open an empty session, to when preparing the track for mastering, it spends a week”.

Can you explain step by step how to produce a track?

“About Mysticage project compound by Max Kuhn and me, the most beautiful release we make are the remixes for Kontor Records. We start with the vocals, then we slow down until we reach the right bpm and we study the right chords for us for the song, then we concentrate to the rhythm and groove section and finally we complete the structure. Afterwards we recording bass and guitar and make the last arrangements”.

For the house tracks (with Max Kuhn, Fabio De Magistris and Cristian Ferretti) and the Edm Tracks (with Dj Gazze) you started always with the rhythm section, afterwards you search the lead sound and finally you complete whole track. Are you a producer, dj and musician too?

“First of all, I feel a producer. The most time I spend in my studio… then I’m a Dj, while the musicians I like to put them together and record them”.

What is the manufacturer that you like the most today?

“The producer who struck me most in recent years is Kygo”.

You working on next single track (follow-up)?

“Of course, we have already two tracks to introduce to big boss GFB”.

Does your style of music have a very specific name?

“I think Electronic Dance Music it’s perfect, because It includes the productions that I do between 60 to 140 bpm”.

How did you organize the set-up productions?

“Very simple: an powered iMac, an Apogee sound card, a Neumann microphone, a the Fender Guitar, the Genelec monitors and then once the track is approved we bring the session to Roberto Cipro for mixing and mastering”.

Why Media Records and Heartbeat?

“Last year I had prepared my track ‘People in the club’, and i was very happy with the sax melody that we created and in those days I had read an article about the return of Gianfranco Bortolotti. I made an attempt and it went well, the track is out on Heartbeat and I got to know GFB. For us who work in radio and disco it was a great honor to get out with Hearbeat”.

When was your first experience in the studio and in the live set?

“In the live sets in the late of the ’90, then more than the console I was interested in the software mixer and plug-ins and so in early 2000, I started working in the studio of a radio”.

What other kinds of music do you work on behind the scenes?

 

 

“Chill Out / Downtempo for the Mysticage project and Edm / Melbourne Bounce with Dj Gazze”.

How are your own productions born?

“I am very satisfied with the quality that I am reaching because our team is added a genuine star as Roberto Cipro”.

Who do you thank for your success?

“The satisfaction that I’m having to share with Max Kuhn, that follow me all the days in the studio”.

How much time do you spend on learning new music technology, and are there any go-to sources you turn to?

“All the days i read news on new technologies”.

Can you describe your sound?

“For me the important thing in the tracks there are some melodic instrumental parts, I love the melodies. A beautiful melody is always beautiful, so once created to adapt to the various sounds of the moment”.

Who taught and introduced you in the professional music business?

“I have to thank several people/friends: Graziano Barolo, Alberto Rigato (Jerry J) Avedis Ohanian, Robert Fell”.

Where did your passion for the house music?

“It come from my friend, colleague and collaborator Fabio De Magistris: he had a house music program and I was the engineer who recorded and realized the radioshow. So even though I loved other sounds, thanks to him, day after day for many years I came to appreciate and to know the house music”.

Mario Più play at Back To The Anthems Go Large in Liverpool …

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Mario Più play at Back To The Anthems Go Large in Liverpool

A special old skool trance live dj set from Neural Records master.

The amazing Mario Più next Sunday 16th April play at Back To The Anthems Go Large @ Hangar34 (34 Greenland Street, L1 0BS Liverpool, UK).

Line-up:
Mario Più
Signum
Lost Witness
Jan Johnston
Amos & Riot Night

www.backtotheanthems.co.uk

And all the local biggys. And not forgetting Kevin & Perry from “LARGE”. See you on the dance floor.
Back To The Anthems is a Merseyside based old skool brand putting on events in clubs and arenas all over the Northwest and the UK.
Back To The Anthems Go Large will be on Neurals Radioshow very soon.

Priority official hashtags
#gianfrancobortolotti #mediarecords #neuralsrecords #trancemusic #futuretrance #tranceaction
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https://www.3btickets.com/event/back-anthems-pres-go-large-trance-edition/
https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/Hangar-34/Back-To-The-Anthems-Go-Large-Trance-Edition-/12905678/




AA.VV. – “Suitcase #001” (Underground – Media Records)…

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AA.VV. – “Suitcase #001” (Underground – Media Records)

Underground label (Media Records) launches the Suitcase project, which will develop over a series of EPs collecting the music of new and promising talents. The first compiles the sounds of Taigherwuds, David Leoni, Charc’lux, Andrea Verbi and BeppeMa, all of whom share a penchant for dark techno tightly nailed to the loops.
Artist: AVVAA
Title: Suitcase #001
Label: Underground (Media Records)
Release: 19/05/2017 (2 weeks Beatport Exclusive) – 2/06/17 others
Cat. No. UND005S
Format: digital

https://soundcloud.com/media-records/sets/aavv-suitcase-001/s-YGLlF

End To End land on Divergent label with “Labyrinth” single track…

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End To End land on Divergent label with “Labyrinth” single track

Behind End To End idea there’s Paolo Aliberti. He’s DJ, remixer and producer who has released trax for many important indie and major labels. He’s remixed many famous artists and began his career like a DJ in Italy, in Turin. During the late ’80s, he became interested in techno music and overseas, watching the “Escape from New York” movie. Listening to the John Carpenter soundtrack, he discovers the incredible synthesizers world sounds. In the mid of 90s, he built his first recording studio at the back of his records shop. From this time he begins many collaborations with labels, from Media Records to V2 Records and Time.
You look like a European deadmau5 guy: what is your relationship with the new technologies?
“I also had the good fortune and privilege to be able to start and do my job with a simple mixer, two to three times turntables and many many vinyls. Then productions and even all there was 100% analogue started. In a few years, however, everything changed, the analogue has remained a wonderful memory and rarely found in today’s analogue instrumentation studies, to be honest it’s hard to find real production studios. But everything evolves, everything looks ahead and it would be foolish not to keep up with the times, and then follow the technology that every day grows exponentially. I document every day on everything evolves”.
You are responsible for the supply chain and quality control of all that audio and video move around Gianfranco Bortolotti Management: is it not to hard?
“Many times be between the producers like brilliant, eclectic, unpredictable Gianfranco Bortolotti, with so much experience and many successes behind it, can be a bit of anxiety and fear. But I believe in myself and especially in the what do I do. I have always accepted the challenges and this is perhaps the biggest and most important that ever happened to me. It would weigh more does not make the most of this opportunity”.
In recent years, have you felt less and less a real musical evolution?
“Maybe because my musical knowledge grew and then do it harder to hear new things, or perhaps because the ability to produce music with very low budget compared to the past allows you to experience a lot. Always those who find an innovative sound and does it makes its bingo and wins over everything: but today, ’cause of considerable volume of output music, I think it’s much more difficult of a time finding anything new. Finders will again bingo”.
Have you ever thought about doing officially also the A&R for Gianfranco Bortolotti Management?
“I often cover the Gianfranco A&R duties: he entrusts to me hearing and evaluation of many tracks that arrive each day for our labels. If one day I was officially offered, I accept it gladly”.
Because today many are thrown into techno?
“I believe it is the result of big confusion currently reigns around the music. As a child confused look at the mother’s comforting to clarify and start over. The techno in my opinion is a bit ‘as one of the mothers of music, founder of the house of all musical genres and subgenres of today. Since the early 80’s when Derrick May and released the company their first tracks, the techno has naturally evolved. But he has always maintained a very consistent profile with itself. The techno is and will always be one of the foundations of electronic music, and it comforts those who now has a bit ‘of confusion and research into the roots an answer”.
What is your last single track?
“It’s called ‘Labyrinth’ and is published in Divergent label, a label member of Media Records Group and managed by Bimas, with whom I co-produced the single. The idea was born from the same Bimas at his studio, then, not fully convinced of the result, he proposed a collaboration. After hearing his demo, I was struck by a very particular percussive groove that characterized throughout the writing of the track. I decided to keep only that particular element and build around a new dress. Bimas then completed it all with a very effective remix alongside another Stephan Cruz remix”.
Are you also a musician in the strictest sense of the term?
“I arrange what I can only using my ear, without hardly any notion of composition and when I want to develop what I wrote, or write new arrangements, more complex and articulated, I rely on good partners”.
Now the almost negligible budget to produce one track we can produce a lot of material in a short time too. It’s true?
“I often hear interesting ideas but are at 60 percent of production. Although most of the candidates and new producers offer their tracks as they hit the world, the reality is that most of these are little more than test to be completed. Therefore, I suggest: less quantity and more quality”.
Are you a DJ with an important experience like a producer: how coexist the studio work and live work?
“I believe that the two activities are closely and inextricably linked. I have always maintained that in a dance music production, regardless of gender, the figure of the DJ is absolutely necessary. The feelings that perceives a DJ behind the decks and which can return and leverage in the studio are irreplaceable”.
What is the biggest name in the world of techno, in your opinion, excluding the DJ?
“I think the work done by Paul Clement and Nick Sabine with Resident Advisor in these 15 years has been an important support for the view of techno”.
What usually listen to music when you don’t work?
“Led Zeppelin, Daft Punk, Pink Floyd, Aphex Twin”.
What record will go down in techno music history?
“’E2-E4′ by Manuel Göttsching, from 1984”.
What territories are really interested in your way of doing techno?
“My music increasingly combines two key elements: the energy and harmony. I like to blend these two elements which are then what we propose during my September In the past some of my tracks have had interesting results in South America and North Europe”.

Priority official hashtags
#gianfrancobortolotti #mediarecords #endtoend #divergent #techno
www.mediarecords.dance – www.endtoendmusic.com

Neurals Radioshow from the mind of Mario Più…

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Neurals Radioshow from the mind of Mario Più

An infamous special trance mixshow land from Media Records world

From the mind of the absolute future trance champion, the amazing Mario Più, Neurals Radioshow born now: every Saturday a super radioshow on Radio Trance Energy break. Directly from the most important shows worldwide trance platform hosting. “My mixshow is very important to promote end share the new Neurals Records releases and spread the sound that I want to give the label”, say Mario Più.
What kind of trance? “Trance music in all its styles, from the progressive mood to psy, from low to high bpm”.
Many guests will be land on Mario Più show and they will be for much of the same DJs that will in rotation release on record label.
An infamous special mixshow, this one, a big showcases with musical horizons broadened by the Italian superstar DJ. Neurals Radioshow will officially begin next Saturday, 8th April 2017, from 2 pm till 3 pm (GMT).
“Neurals Radioshow will also be available on Soundcloud after moving stream. Initially it will last an hour but then attempt to bring it to two hours”.

Priority official hashtags
#gianfrancobortolotti #mediarecords #neuralsrecords #trancemusic #futuretrance #tranceaction
www.mediarecords.dance
http://t-er.org
www.facebook.com/neurals.records
www.mariopiu.eu