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W I L L Y   E C K E R S L I K E


Personal File
Name: Willy Eckerslike
Date of birth: 1 January 1961
Country: UK
E-mail: etq239@email.com
Website: www.geocities.com/quasie_etq

Mix History
I first began mixing about 20 years ago by using 2 twin tape decks. By recording, pausing and playing in variuos combinations I was able to do duplex mixes. Other mixes were simple pause and FF or RWD then play to record a section in a loop. None of these are available for download. Although I did these many years ago, I only did it for a short while so haven't 20 years worth of this type of mixes.
About 10 years ago I got the first PC which I could manipulate music on. These were either mixes of MIDI files that others had created or 'Tracker' files. With the MIDI files I was able (with software) to replace the bass part with a piano, or the drum pattern with guitar, and alter the volumes etc. These are not available for download.
The Tracker software uses samples, i.e. the sample library could consists of recordings of individual notes from various instruments. These samples are inserted in the appropriate place in the Tracker software and assigned a pitch, volume and effect. This way a mix is built note by note - first the drums, then bass, then other instrumwents etc. These files can only be played using tracker software, although they could be recorded to tape and then back to the PC and saved in an appropriate format, but I've not done that so these aren't available for download.
My current mixing session began mid November 2001 using GoldWave.

Willy's Mixes
These are all of Willy's known mixes, including the unreleased ones. Click on a title to see more info about the track and the comments of the mixer.
  1. We Will Rock You (Robot Mix) (2001)
  2. Rock Those Machines (2001)
  3. 1 Minute Rock (2001)
  4. Another One Gone (2001)
  5. Introutro (2001)
  6. Jewel (2001)

Willy's Personal Top 3
This is his personal top 3 of his favorite mixes made by himself:
  currently none

 

 

 
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