Celldweller – Louder Than Words (Binary Audio Mix)

October 23, 2019
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My remix of Celldweller’s “Louder Than Words” is featured on the new remix album from the FiXT online store. Here is some more info on the album:

“After two successful series of remix competitions using songs from his debut 2003 album, it was at last time for Celldweller to pop the locks on the new songs for his sophomore album, Wish Upon A Blackstar. Louder Than Words Remixes is the first volume of the WUAB remixes and features killer D&B, Electro-rock, and Trance cuts by established FiXT Remix stars and newcomers alike: Ryle, The Luna Sequence, Neon Sky, Voicians, TweakerRay, Martin Harp and more. Released March 15, 2011

The Deluxe Digital Edition contains TWENTY TWO additional remixes available only with purchase of the full Deluxe album; purchase of the CD also includes the 36-track Deluxe Download.

You can purchase the whole album, or individual tracks by clicking HERE

My remix, as well as the rest of the album can also be purchased from Beatport.

Celldweller – Louder Than Words (Binary Audio Mix)

Hate Gallery – The Warning (Binary Audio Mix)

October 22, 2019

Here is my remix of “The Warning” by the band Hate Gallery. The original track can be found on the latest Hate Gallery album “Viva La Resistance”. The album is available now through itunes, and Bandcamp. My involvement with the project extends beyond this remix, as I played drums on the album and also co-mixed and produced it with friend and Hate Gallery main man Janne Jarvis.

There will be more remixes of tracks taken from the album coming soon…. in the mean time, check out The Warning. Thanks!

Get this remix on iTunes HERE

Hate Gallery – The Warning (Binary Audio Mix)

How To Destroy Angels – How Long (Binary Audio Mix)

October 22, 2019

Here is my latest remix of How To Destroy Angels “How Long”. This mix has been entered into the “Welcome Oblivion” remix contest at Indaba Music. This was a lot of fun to do but getting the vocals to fit with what I wanted took a long time. I wanted to try something radical with the chorus section to make it challenging and hopefully to produce something that has a different feel to the original. The synth parts were produced by using a mixture of analog and digital synthesis, mainly from the Virus TI and the Dave Smith Instruments Mono Evolver.

I only used the original vocals from the provided parts. All the other elements of this remix were created by myself. It was mixed and mastered in Cubase 6.

HTDA – How Long (Binary Audio Mix)