Making dance music in the 1990s was a completely different experience to today - with people like Pete Canon still using that classic equipment. Here's a video, presented by cTrix showing the kind of gear that was used to sequence and sample in the home studios of 30 years ago. Here's their description:
An Amiga 500, Stereo Master and handful of $1 records from a 1990 Sunday market: Can we make a dance track on a budget home computer? Of course! Back when big-name dance tunes required big-budget-gear, a secondhand Amiga let you take the first steps to making a dance-floor banger.
He also covers trackers, their features, and some of their biggest hits. Here's a follow up video on the Amiga samplers shown:
The video is hosted by Singapore Community Radio - and was produced by Debuglive https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgG3Nvp86j1WaHaLwjoVJZg
cTrix website: http://ctrix.net/
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