Why We Are Here
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DJ Uncle UP originally from Barbados and DJ UP UP / DJ Unruly from Finch Cresent, Jamaica. Uncle Up started DJaying from 17 years old in Brooklyn N.Y 1990 in the days of Early B, Penie Irie, and Tiger. "Uncle Up" "My favorite music I heard it first before I knew about reggae music was Night Nurse"
Being ambassadors in music we decided to make it public to give you the same view and energy we receive from the music of the world. This is a real website and we are real people. We listen to all the music we play and make decisions on if to play them or not.
The sources of our music are already public for you to listen to on respected platforms. We do not receive any fees for the music that we play unless the artist contact us directly. We already have artists in our following and client list that use our services and as a blessing, we usually give them their own pages or slots and a token of appreciation for any tasks they completed for us. If you want to be published on our platform contact us.
Other artists that we promote without notifying them first are respected enough for us to include them and a legendary part of musical history. Another reason this platform will become very useful is that we will list as much information as possible to keep you informed about the progress of music in general. We feel this is our duty to you because we love the music as much as you do. We also play your music at parties and in our mixes if we find them interesting or appropriate to deliver real-life messages.
Up Life to us mean: Every Thing we do we do it UPWARDS. We say
"Up and Running"
and these words are running our energy and drive for the music. Most of our selections Have UPWARD VYBZ in them and that's the pattern we follow and deliver great mixes and selections for all events and compilations.
Music Is Life
Social Connections that Make
Up Life Sound and Radio Worth Listening To.
Village Roots Records
Miami Music Buzz
Global Music Entertainment Inc
Sound Vybz Radio
R & J Records
BEAT MAKING & PRODUCER TECHNIQUES
I've been producing and making beats for many years and been using mostly the same software for the projects.
Learning about bit-rates and BPMs are very easy but can be quite complicated for some one that know nothing about them.. They are many math rules and sequences that we learned in school that will help us understand these processes. Once you understand how music is produced and converted for different tasks you will be able to use any programs or hardware you get your hands on when you are ready to make music.
I'll try to give you some lessons and examples later on in the article.
For many years I've used Acoustic Mp3 Mixer to do all of my mixes, cutting, fading, panning and tracking. I purchased this software a good few years ago and even tho they released a newer version of it called Mixcraft I never really got adjusted to is until it was time to use new features it had.
Now I'll use them both if I need to, but for the business, I'm in and for what I do on a daily basis Acoutica Audio Mp3 Mixer is good enough for me.
Music is often recorded in the Wav format at first in most programs. This is the format that many facilities or plants will need in order to fully produce your media or submissions. Some times it's better to request these files when you go to the studio or when you are recording.
I won't be just speaking on MP3 Audio mixer because thats the one I use, I'll tell you a few that I know of that can pass as basic programs for basic sound recording.
Acoustica MP3 Mixer
These programs will take your audio directly into the computer and let you save it, chop it and edit it.