Fook that is fast, must be running at about 160bpm or summit in that region! Far too fast for a 140bpm trancer like me to be able to enjoy.
I personally think MC'ing in general is absolutely awful on any occasion, this certainly isnt the worst I have come across by a long way, but still sounds pretty poo and wrecks the set imho.
Not sure if the bass levels have been turned down on the mixer, but im getting very little in the way of a decent bassline even with me Eltax 120watt sub on (bear in mind I don't usually have to go further then my Technics super woofers for extreme bass).
Also, not sure what to make of the erratic volume fluctuation's? Sounds like it could be due to mixing flaw's, but it seems to happen in the duration of the tracks too?? Id say the mixing was pretty decent, but for the weird volume fluctuations.
Mark, there are two ways to split a set:
- Individual cut - where each track is physically split from the mix, which is by far the best way to split for an MP3 mix.
- Cuesheet - what most of the professional CD's use, a bit more complicated in some respects, less in others. But perfect if the set is going to be CD only.
Nero Wave Editor or Acid can do the individual cuts, you can make a cuesheet in Notepad. Easiest to do it via Nero though.
Kev, it would be a good idea to split the set and then place them into a ZIP file, as already stated. Not many peeps wanna put a full mix onto a CD to listen continually, people like to be able to skip tracks.