Stamba remix with Creative Commons samples.

The next release on my record label is by French DJ and producer Stamba. I am remixing one of the songs called Deviation. All the tracks on the release are what you would call darkwave, ebm, techno. Don’t you love all these sub-genres? Take a listen:

SoundCloud Deviation-The Horrorist remix by thingstocome

I recreated his original song in Ableton Live, keeping his vocals but using all my own sounds. Some of the gear and plug-ins used include a Jomox Mbase-01, Vermona DRM1 MKIII, Audiorealism Bassline, Korg Legacy, PSP Nitro, Fabfilter Volcano 2, assorted TC Powercore dynamics and Sugar Bytes Effectrix.

We have released the remix samples under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License. If you want to grab the samples for your own fun head to the discography page for this release at Things to Come Records:
thingstocome.com/discog/TTC-017

The full release will be available on August 4, 2008.

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3 Responses to “Stamba remix with Creative Commons samples.”

  1. Gavroche says:

    Sweet Remix! I’m going to take a stab at doing a remix myself! I think its really cool that you’re releasing the samples so people can get involved in the song directly!!

    Btw– I am conducting a survey that explores how musicians collaborate on works, and engage fans, and profit from their art. Any musicians that are reading this (and enjoying the remix here), please take a minute to fill this out.

    http://tinyurl.com/5ce33d

  2. Marc says:

    Great idea !

    TTC fans are still waiting for a TTC World Tour with all TTC DJs/Producers, especially here in Montreal !

  3. Thanks guys. I plan on releasing the samples for all our future releases and as many in the past as I have good files for. Under the CC license I don’t loose anything. I only gain more mixes with attribution and if someone comes up with something so hot its ready for commercial success even better.

    I took your survey Gavroche… are you creating a new product?

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