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DJ Dain
Nov 7, 2006
That "Don't Worry, I'm Yours" mashup guy.

(Formerly known as "that Half-Life 2 remix guy.")


I've been trying my hand at producing EDM and making remixes since 2003 and got hooked on mash-up production over the past summer. Hopefully you'll find something on my blog that will tickle your fancy:

http://perfectlyadjusted.blogspot.com

I'll be posting a new mash-up every Monday and a new remix every Thursday until at least late December.

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Disco Duck
Jul 30, 2004

by mons noobis


Lenlow makes some good stuff.

My favorites are "Wish I was Royksopp" and 'The D is for Dirt"

Sinusoid
Aug 20, 2007
Math LOL!

Tokit posted:

poo poo, didn't notice it was archived.

Album

His site isn't working, so there's a direct link

That link doesn't work, either . I really want to here this!

Tokit
Dec 16, 2004

I was doing the composing.


Sinusoid posted:

That link doesn't work, either . I really want to here this!

http://www.files.tokit.org/Music/Ba...ts_for_lmao.zip

air-
Sep 24, 2007

Who will win the greatest battle of them all?



Awesome, thanks! Any chance you could mirror the other album too?

Harminoff
Oct 24, 2005


It's kind of old, but I still really like Tapemasters Inc - Mash up gang. Though it isn't big multi song mashups, and more of just two songs mixed together. But the selections all seem perfect, for example

http://www.imeem.com/groundzeroreco...ldren_are_gone/

seems like it could have been original, and not a mashup.

Nam Taf
Jun 25, 2005

I am Fat Man, hear me roar!



You do have Feed the Animals, right? Is that the one you meant by '2nd album'? If not, it's here and you can enter $0 and download it for free.

BLACKPETEWENTZ
Nov 17, 2008

I'm a plane and you're a train so let's make an automobile


Neon Coyote: http://www.myspace.com/epicbangers

Got a bunch of mixes and remixes available for download, all free of course. They admittedly don't have quite as many cool shock choices as Girl Talk (although Baba O'Reilly and Love Will Tear Us Apart are both pretty left-field cuts they've dropped into mixes), but they're good mixers and in the Girl Talk/Diplo/etc. vein for sure.

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



What's the best site for posting your own mashups and getting feedback on them? I've made a few tracks myself, so I'd like to find out what people think, here's what I've done so far:




DJ Dain
Nov 7, 2006
That "Don't Worry, I'm Yours" mashup guy.

(Formerly known as "that Half-Life 2 remix guy.")


Brown Moses posted:

What's the best site for posting your own mashups and getting feedback on them? I've made a few tracks myself, so I'd like to find out what people think, here's what I've done so far:






The only place I know of off hand is http://www.mashuptown.com/ via their forums. I haven't posted much on there yet, so I can't say what kind of turnaround times you can expect in terms of comments/critique.

hammeredspace
Jun 22, 2008
I produce infinite faggotry


This is all really loving good. The link to his older albums is dead, however; does someone have a live link please?

edit: Whoops, it started working again.

hammeredspace fucked around with this message at 03:50 on Nov 18, 2008

MrSlug
Nov 23, 2004


the rub are awesome as has been said

felipebacon
Jun 19, 2007
i love dongs

I saw some people mention my stuff (tanner4105) and I haven't had any of the albums hosted in a while, so I uploaded the tracks to last.fm for stream and download

http://www.last.fm/music/tanner4105

I just noticed this page existed a few days ago, I have no idea who made it.

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



felipebacon posted:

I saw some people mention my stuff (tanner4105) and I haven't had any of the albums hosted in a while, so I uploaded the tracks to last.fm for stream and download

http://www.last.fm/music/tanner4105

I just noticed this page existed a few days ago, I have no idea who made it.

I really like your work, it's interesting to listen to, lots of fun stuff going on.

Pretty Little Rainbow
Dec 27, 2005

by T. Finn


gman5959 posted:

These Outlaws Mixes are pretty great. Same thing as what Girl Talk is doing just these guys release it as one long track. they have a bunch out but I really like this one. The selections they make are pretty random and fun. Might be just what you are looking for man.


http://www.ilovetheoutlaws.com/Mixe..._For_Anyone.mp3

here is where you can hear the other ones. they have them all at their site.

http://www.ilovetheoutlaws.com/

Also in case you havn't already heard em the Ratatat remixes are pretty awesome. Its not so much mash ups but same idea of taking verses from other songs and switching it up. Its also not quite as dancey. id start with volume 2.

http://www.ratatatmusic.com/news.html

If you like night ripper there are some pretty good mixes floating around somewhere that he does for his live shows. Might even find some of it on youtube if you look. The live stuff is great and its all similar to night ripper her just uses more recent songs. New album on the way too.

Dude this mix is incredible, As soon as I heard an old guy talking about E, Stunna Glasses At Night, and then your love I knew it'd be loving excellent.

Lakitu7
Jul 10, 2001

Watch for spinys

I'm slowly going through this thread myself, as after Feed the Animals I found myself in a similar boat to the OP: Never listened to any kind of mashup before outside of the 2-songs-together stuff on the radio late at night, which I didn't care for much, but Girl Talk and the other stuff in this style are wonderful and I enjoy it crazy much.

Anyway, something else that ought to be in this thread is the guy who made the fake-leak that went around as Girl Talk - Feed the Animals before the real thing came out. The real album was Speaky - Mashcore Vol. 2 and personally I think it's really drat good as well, along with its predescessor Mixcore Vol 1. They're both available for free at the Myspace.
http://www.myspace.com/speakymusic

Considering a lot of folk seemed to belive that it actually WAS Feed the Animals until the real thing happened, it's fairly safe to say that they're similar and if you like Girl Talk you should try it.

baberaham lincoln
Nov 19, 2008


iheartboneez posted:

Easter Egg 4 sure. They are like music twins.

https://www.myspace.com/eastereggmusic

If you like Easter Egg (and Girl Talk, but that is probably a granted by this point) you will probably love E-603.

Myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/e603
Free album:
http://www.e-603.com/DISCOGRAPHY.html

Seriously, Something for Everyone is suburb. And free to boot.

Bathroompants
Aug 19, 2002


baberaham lincoln posted:

If you like Easter Egg (and Girl Talk, but that is probably a granted by this point) you will probably love E-603.

Myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/e603
Free album:
http://www.e-603.com/DISCOGRAPHY.html

Seriously, Something for Everyone is suburb. And free to boot.

Seconding E-603. I found it recently after getting Feed The Animals, and while they use a lot of the same samples in the two albums, I got the feeling that E-603's craft was much more polished than Girl Talk's. Although there wasn't a "holy poo poo" moment like on FTA's mashup of Lil Wayne and RHCP for me.

JaWs
Jan 4, 2008


Ok, so I was about to go to bed about 30 minutes ago when I stumbled upon this thread again. All I have to say is Bad Apollo is loving awesome and I am still awake because I have decided I must finish it before sleeping. The 5th track on it is seriously just loving nasty. Great work.

HyperGlitter
May 15, 2003



Thirding E-603, I like his stuff better than Girl Talk at times (but I am an indie enjoyable human being take with grain of salt)

Tokit
Dec 16, 2004

I was doing the composing.


air- posted:

Awesome, thanks! Any chance you could mirror the other album too?

Which other album?

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



I'd really encourage anyone who enjoys mash-up music to give it a shot themselves. Acid Pro 6 has a 30 day trial, and it's pretty straight forward to use with a little direction. I've only been doing it a couple of months, and I've found it to be an extremely enjoyable hobby, especially as I'm teaching myself along the way, so there's a nice sense of exploration and discovery there.

My technique is probably a bit inefficent though, I stick a bunch of music on my iPod, and while I'm travelling to work I rate any songs that might be good for sampling with 5 stars, and when I get home I open iTunes and work my way through the top rated songs, beatmapping and chopping them up into little pieces. Then I'll listen through my big list of samples until I find something good, then start seeing which samples compliment it and start building up the track from their.
Then I try to figure out a transition that doesn't suck, and find a nice acapella sample to layer on top of the first section, and repeat the same process for the next section.
Once I've got a few sections done I'll see if I can add any other background samples to make things more interesting.

I'm guessing felipebacon has a better method, especially as I taught myself how to use Acid
Pro, but if you really like mashup music then I think you would find it very enjoyable to do it yourself, even if you aren't quite up to Girl Talk's level.

baberaham lincoln
Nov 19, 2008


Bathroompants posted:

Although there wasn't a "holy poo poo" moment like on FTA's mashup of Lil Wayne and RHCP for me.

Nirvana + Spank Rock on 'Trash The Club' gets me every single time. Every time I hear that track I end up rocking out as hard as I can in my room/car/library.

Luce
Jan 2, 2008

good morning sunshine


I didn't see it mentioned in here but I thought you might like to know that Night Ripper was actually Girl Talk's third album. You can find his first two, Unstoppable and Secret Diary, at https://www.illegalart.net. I haven't heard them myself so I can't comment on the quality, but might be something to look into.

felipebacon
Jun 19, 2007
i love dongs

Brown Moses posted:

I'm guessing felipebacon has a better method, especially as I taught myself how to use Acid
Pro, but if you really like mashup music then I think you would find it very enjoyable to do it yourself, even if you aren't quite up to Girl Talk's level.

I use Ableton Live but my method really inst that complicated. Sometimes I'll hear a song and think "This song reminds me of another song" and see how well they work together. And other times it becomes just a hit and miss kind of thing.

The new stuff I've been working on is less silly than Bad Apollo (in the sense that there aren't any Pokemon samples), but still fun for me to make. Here's two tracks:

http://www.tindeck.com/audio/filesh...%20Twitchit.mp3
http://www.tindeck.com/audio/my/cnnm/02-Mittens

Luce posted:

I didn't see it mentioned in here but I thought you might like to know that Night Ripper was actually Girl Talk's third album. You can find his first two, Unstoppable and Secret Diary, at https://www.illegalart.net. I haven't heard them myself so I can't comment on the quality, but might be something to look into.

Secret Diary is pretty much nothing like his last two albums, the genre is more Glitch/Breakcore than mashups. Unstoppable seems to be half Secret Diary, half Night Ripper.

felipebacon fucked around with this message at 01:34 on Nov 20, 2008

MoPZiG
Jun 6, 2006



Girl Talk with an electro twang: LOO & PLACIDO

Itunes MashMix

baberaham lincoln
Nov 19, 2008



Awesome sample of "You Don't Know Me" at the beginning. I think you could have done a little better on the transition though.

If you didn't want any critique, I'm sorry. I just had to comment, I really like the track.

felipebacon
Jun 19, 2007
i love dongs

baberaham lincoln posted:

Awesome sample of "You Don't Know Me" at the beginning. I think you could have done a little better on the transition though.

If you didn't want any critique, I'm sorry. I just had to comment, I really like the track.

No that's cool, I appreciate it. I felt a little weird about it as well, and was pretty sure I wanted to change it, and now I'm sure I will.

seeenkly
Jan 22, 2006


http://www.myspace.com/seeenkly

do it
Jan 3, 2006

don't tell me words don't matter!


HyperGlitter posted:

Thirding E-603, I like his stuff better than Girl Talk at times (but I am an indie enjoyable human being take with grain of salt)
Pretty good, I'm enjoying the mashup at the end of "Crystal Friend" between Vampire Weekend / "Who gives a gently caress where you're from."

Look Under The Rock
Oct 20, 2007

you can't take the sky from me


I forced my Girl Talk-loving friend to admit that felipebacon's mashups are better.

It felt really good.

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



I've made a new track, which is mainly New Order and the Beastie Boys, plus lots of other stuff. It's probably the best track I've done so far:

Bathroompants
Aug 19, 2002


Brown Moses posted:

I'd really encourage anyone who enjoys mash-up music to give it a shot themselves. Acid Pro 6 has a 30 day trial, and it's pretty straight forward to use with a little direction. I've only been doing it a couple of months, and I've found it to be an extremely enjoyable hobby, especially as I'm teaching myself along the way, so there's a nice sense of exploration and discovery there.

My technique is probably a bit inefficent though, I stick a bunch of music on my iPod, and while I'm travelling to work I rate any songs that might be good for sampling with 5 stars, and when I get home I open iTunes and work my way through the top rated songs, beatmapping and chopping them up into little pieces. Then I'll listen through my big list of samples until I find something good, then start seeing which samples compliment it and start building up the track from their.
Then I try to figure out a transition that doesn't suck, and find a nice acapella sample to layer on top of the first section, and repeat the same process for the next section.
Once I've got a few sections done I'll see if I can add any other background samples to make things more interesting.

I'm guessing felipebacon has a better method, especially as I taught myself how to use Acid
Pro, but if you really like mashup music then I think you would find it very enjoyable to do it yourself, even if you aren't quite up to Girl Talk's level.

I've tried a few times, but I can't seem to figure out how to get the vocals separated from the original music. Are you guys just using acapella tracks or am I missing something completely obvious?

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



Check Shareminer, I find alot of songs I want to get the acapella for are already floating about somewhere.

DJ Dain
Nov 7, 2006
That "Don't Worry, I'm Yours" mashup guy.

(Formerly known as "that Half-Life 2 remix guy.")


Bathroompants posted:

I've tried a few times, but I can't seem to figure out how to get the vocals separated from the original music. Are you guys just using acapella tracks or am I missing something completely obvious?

Not sure if this counts as or not but...

I usually use http://www.acapellas4u.co.uk/. You have to sign up an account, and then the most you can download is 5 files every 30 days unless you contribute content (upload your own acapellas or contribute on their forums).

Also try http://www.blacklabelled.com/pafileddb/

Nam Taf
Jun 25, 2005

I am Fat Man, hear me roar!



HyperGlitter posted:

Thirding E-603, I like his stuff better than Girl Talk at times (but I am an indie enjoyable human being take with grain of salt)
I'm diggin' this poo poo a lot. My only complaint is that it seems the audio quality of the download off his site is a bit low for the audiophile in me, and that some tracks don't perfectly sync up - most do, but some glitch or have a slight break in them, and it disrupts the flow

But other than that, it's really goddamn good. I'm loving it. It gives me a third album to thrash in the car alongside Feed the Animals and Night Ripper.

SKYMALL SCRILLA
Jan 12, 2003



I'd definitely recommend super mash bros. I didn't like E-603 quite as much, but I'd put super mash right up there with girl talk any day. and best of all, the album is free.

http://www.myspace.com/sprmshbros

NIGARS
Sep 12, 2004

yeah nigars

Ludachrist - Bangfest is outrageously awesome, loving hell. 'The Legend of Curtis' is a highlight, which is 50 Cent rapping over the old Zelda theme. It matches up like it was his intention all along.

Wilitus
Mar 3, 2008
Lucien, lucien you should know.


I really can't stop listening to the Bangfest remix, It really is the perfect song for me, I wish I knew what songs it samples, but even the amazing DJ'ing of that song keeps impressing me, the samples sound different and very awesome and close to what I like to listen normally, definitely prefer it over Girl talk.

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ManoliIsFat
Oct 4, 2002



Bathroompants posted:

I've tried a few times, but I can't seem to figure out how to get the vocals separated from the original music. Are you guys just using acapella tracks or am I missing something completely obvious?
They're usually on the 12" single or sometimes the cd single of a song. You can't seperate the vocals out of a mixdown song. Once in a blue moon, you can add an inverted left signal to the right signal, and sometimes you'll get some destructive interference and all you'll be left with is some vocals in a messed up phase, but 95% of the time this stuff comes from a record.

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