These mixers got in contact with each other in 1985 at their high school and had great interest in audio mixing!
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 until the quality of the sound cards and computers were high enough for today’s modern standards.
Today Eric en Wim make mixes, and video clips for Radio 10 (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!