[Track] Hypnotizing (Original Mix)

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 February 2010 11:44 Written by SiMuL Friday, 15 August 2003 03:11

This is one of my first completed FLStudio tracks from 2003.

Genre: House (minimal/deep/tech)
Year: 2003

Download/Play: Hypnotizing (Original Mix) (1357)

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[Track remix] Turn Your Lights Down Low (SiMuLated DnB Edit)

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 February 2010 11:44 Written by SiMuL Thursday, 7 August 2003 06:55

This is not an true remix. I laid over some of the beat samples and FXs from my Jammin@the.controls song to simulate a drum-n-bass remix of this song. This was created as the closing track to my “Mixes for yo Misses – Intro to Drum-n-Bass” mix CD. Originally by Bob Marley and Lauren Hill.

Genre: Drum-n-Bass
Year: 2003

Download/Play: Turn Your Lights Down Low (SiMuLated Drum-n-Bass edit) (2252)

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