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HEARTHIS

At Hearthis you can find a great deal of our broadcasted mixes. Our latest productions can be downloaded ‘till a week after broadcasting. We hope you’ll enjoy! Leave a comment or follow us if you like, so you are always informed and up to date! Click here to visit Hearthis!

ERIC

Today Eric en Wim make mixes for Radio 10 and RTV Totaal (amongst others). They also produce remixes commissioned by artists and other producers. Sometimes people complain about how simple it became to produce with Ableton, but the software is only a tool. Without any creativity it’s impossible to make high quality mixes (neither with a DAW, or the Oldskool way). Feel free to explore this site and listen to some of our productions. Contact us if you have a question, or any comments. Thank you for your visit!

WIM

These mixers got in contact with eachother in 1985 at their high school and both were/are great admirers of Ben Liebrand! Since then they start working with analoq equipment (Turntables, a tape deck etc.) they learned about as much as there is to learn about beat- and harmonious mixing, oldskool style. Their first digital encounter was with a Soundblaster card which’s highest sample rate was 22 kHz and only 7 seconds could be recorded. So the cutting on the old Revox continued untill the quality of the sound cards and computers were high enough for today’s modern standards.
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ERIC

Today   Eric   en   Wim   make   mixes   for   Radio   10   and   RTV   Totaal   (amongst   others).   They also produce remixes commissioned by artists and other producers. Sometimes   people   complain   about   how   simple   it   became   to   produce   with   Ableton, but   the   software   is   only   a   tool.   Without   any   creativity   it’s   impossible   to   make   high quality mixes (neither with a DAW, or the Oldskool way). Feel free to explore this site and listen to some of our productions. Contact us if you have a question, or any comments. Thank you for your visit!

WIM

These   mixers   got   in   contact   with   eachother   in   1985   at   their   high   school   and   both were/are   great   admirers   of   Ben   Liebrand!   Since   then   they   start   working   with   analoq equipment (Turntables, a tape deck etc.) they learned about as much as there is to learn about beat- and harmonious mixing, oldskool style. Their   first   digital   encounter   was   with   a   Soundblaster   card   which’s   highest   sample   rate was   22   kHz   and   only   7   seconds   could   be   recorded.   So   the   cutting   on   the   old   Revox continued   untill   the   quality   of   the   sound   cards   and   computers   were   high   enough   for today’s modern standards.
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ERIC

Today   Eric   en   Wim   make   mixes   for   Radio 10   and   RTV   Totaal   (amongst   others).   They also    produce    remixes    commissioned    by artists and other producers. Sometimes    people    complain    about    how simple   it   became   to   produce   with   Ableton, but   the   software   is   only   a   tool.   Without any   creativity   it’s   impossible   to   make   high quality   mixes   (neither   with   a   DAW,   or   the Oldskool way). Feel   free   to   explore   this   site   and   listen   to some    of    our    productions.    Contact    us    if you   have   a   question,   or   any   comments. Thank you for your visit!

WIM

These      mixers      got      in      contact      with eachother   in   1985   at   their   high   school   and both     were/are     great     admirers     of     Ben Liebrand!    Since    then    they    start    working with   analoq   equipment   (Turntables,   a   tape deck   etc.)   they   learned   about   as   much   as there      is      to      learn      about      beat-      and harmonious mixing, oldskool style. Their    first    digital    encounter    was    with    a Soundblaster   card   which’s   highest   sample rate   was   22   kHz   and   only   7   seconds   could be    recorded.    So    the    cutting    on    the    old Revox   continued   untill   the   quality   of   the sound    cards    and    computers    were    high enough for today’s modern standards.
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