Hey, we’d like to say hi! Right now you’re being scored with a prerequisite system, techno orientated if that’s enough… Whoa! Are we being quite jubilant about this already?! Usually we stand up when we do the talking, although this time we feel that there’s no need. Yes, let’s keep things humble. We swear, just put some Adam Beyer’s soundcloud pumpin' to set the mood. Umm… Oh, wait! Pacesetter Adam has started! ;) Let’s shake some more shall we?
"I don’t really have a blueprint for how I work. The way I approach it normally is I start with an idea, maybe bring in a sample or a hook and build around it. I’ve found that the best way to approach a new track is to make a collection of sounds that you want to use and then start making a collage. If you just try to put a track together, sound by sound, you tend to get stuck sometimes. If there is any advice I would give I would say to collect a bunch of stuff and then start to cut and shape and get a track going." — Adam Beyer
Yes, Decoded is a techno release by Adam, edited back in '96. Hard pumping kicks, groovy arrangements, classic rave style material. Adam used it all to smash dance floors.
Good for him we say! But now we’d like to talk about the present. You can definitely notice a kind of transition in terms of approach. His recent sets and radio shows have drawn some attention, when we had to choose a victim, let’s be honest. Clearly his astonishing creations deserve some respect and admiration. There you go, let’s get back to reality with the rebrand of the original album. Adam Beyer’s DECODED.
We love all the action about this but above all, we love all its trial and error. With several test prints we can prospect our next moves, as well as checking if something is as it’s supposed to be.
Drumcode for life. Yeah that sounds awesome. While listening to some of his radio shows, you can tell he enjoys social media as well. You should give him a shout sometime!
Need proof Adam’s crossing stages all over the world? Do you know if he has already been in your city? Well this time we posted the stickers, but we will make sure he travels with his next time.
Designing a whole new system for a 90's EP/album someone asked. Our pick: Adam Beyer’s Decoded. Let’s see. The mindset was key. To understand his style regarding his distinctive elements. But in the end, the crowd just wants to hear some good quality techno. YES!
Thank you very much!