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New version (1.6) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - Manual BPM counter added.
New version (1.51) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - the timers were annoying Subi, so he changed them. They work all the time now.
New version (1.5) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - added quartz lock, more accurate position indicators and play/load exclusivity.
New version (1.4) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - added reverse play, pitch control toggle and times.
New version (1.3) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - bugfixes.
New version (1.2) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - bugfixes.
New version (1.1) of the MR1200 MP3 Player For DJs - now includes jog wheel functionality as well as platter!
Recently Subi had cause to code an application that could play MP3s in a manner suitable for DJing with. If you DJ and you use MP3s, be it for gigs, radio, mix tapes or shoutcasting, we humbly suggest that you HAVE to find this program useful!
Your worst nightmares involving Italian piano house and heavy machinery have come true. DJ Ninjamachine kicks the new year off, bringing you only the happiest of hardcore in the form of "Velocirapture".
Over the last four months monoRAVEik has been conducting a loyalty test. And every single one of you out there FAILED. How many of you emailed us to express your concern at our unexplained disappearance? Not ONE of you! You heartless GITS! You barely deserve the scary D&B of Mistress Nine's "Not Gonna Happen". Now clear off. DISCLAIMER: We don't really mean any of that.
Happy happy happy birthday to Subi. Let's embarrass him by releasing "Tryptuaars", that magpie D&B tune he wrote at the Ars Electronica Electrolobby in 2000. We'll even put out the original .XM as well. Tee hee!
It's the time of the Valentine. Let's get all lovey and dovey and 172 bpm-y. DJ Ninjamachine effortlessly slides a slice of happy across the table and leaves everyone in the room gasping from endorphin overload. Pick up "Relentlessly Upfull" and wig out.
Back once again is the renegade mistress. Mistress Nine takes some time out to jump up. Turn it up, burn it up and rock your rhythm to "As I'll Ever Be". Still no sign of intelligent life out there, but it's your body that does the rockin', are we right?
We're here, we rule, W.E.R.O.C.K, viva the revolution, et damn cetera. The irresistible force and the immovable object agree to disagree and monoRAVEik's brand of dance music, which is anything but intelligent, takes itself away from the mothership and strikes out on its own. Some bangin' Electro-Punk Drum and Bass is required to celebrate, and so we give you Subi's "Trying 2 B Hardcore".