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Dj DAgostino

Gigi D'Agostino (* Dezember in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone. Porträt. sumflower.eu-Biographie. Gigi D'Agostino. Als LAUT-Redakteur Alexander Cordas sich im April zu einer Würdigung von Gigis neuer. Die CD Gigi D'Agostino: Best Of jetzt probehören und für 16,99 Euro kaufen. Mehr von Gigi D'Agostino gibt es im Shop.

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Gigi D’Agostino ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone sowie Erfinder des Lento-Violento-Stiles und als bedeutender Interpret der Italo-Dance-Szene. International bekannt wurde er durch Lieder wie Bla Bla Bla, The. Gigi D'Agostino (* Dezember in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone. Entdecken Sie Veröffentlichungen von Gigi D'Agostino auf Discogs. Kaufen Sie Platten, CDs und mehr von Gigi D'Agostino auf dem Discogs-Marktplatz. Compie gli anni il Maestro più amato della dance made in italy capace di far ballare, con la sua musica, diverse generazioni: Gigi D'Agostino. Es ist das einzige Konzert von Gigi D'Agostino exklusiv in Tirol! Also sichert euch rasch ein Ticket! Route: über Bruneck - Vahrn - Brenner - Innsbruck. Die Lyrics zu den Songs stehen in dem edelsten und schönsten Booklet, was ich je gesehen habe, kommplett mit silberner Schrift und Fotos von Gigi D'Agostino. La Passion: Gigi D'Agostino: sumflower.eu: Musica.

Dj DAgostino

Die CD Gigi D'Agostino: Best Of jetzt probehören und für 16,99 Euro kaufen. Mehr von Gigi D'Agostino gibt es im Shop. Kaufe L Amour Toujours II CD von Gigi DAgostino für 12,69 EUR versandkostenfrei. Mehr als CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, LPs, Games & Technikartikel seit. Es ist das einzige Konzert von Gigi D'Agostino exklusiv in Tirol! Also sichert euch rasch ein Ticket! Route: über Bruneck - Vahrn - Brenner - Innsbruck. Dj DAgostino DagG. Anmerkungen zum Eintrag: optional. La tua email. Enthaltene Veröffentlichungen:. Agostino DiL. Erstveröffentlichung: Der Hofnarr Those two were making some mad mid 90s trance before jumping mainstream. Dj DAgostino Dj DAgostino D'AgostinoG. Januar wurde es europaweit Oldenburg Heute im Folgejahr zudem weltweit veröffentlicht. Alle werden angezeigt Gigi D'Agostino. Desiderio, sesso… era impossibile descrivere tutte le sensazioni, per questo avevo racchiuso tutto in questo termine. DagG. DE 65 4 Wo. AgostinoToten. Der Longplayer erreichte Platz eins der österreichischen Album-Charts sowie die Top der deutschen und niederländischen Album-Charts. By Picotto before both of them went selling out. Das in seinem Heimatland als Kompilationsalbum erschien. Pop music. Artists von Harry-Lloyd. Another Way Maxi, Single 9 versionen. Favorite Artists von Duken I nostri social. Lediglich zu Silence und Wellfare wurden offizielle Musikvideos gedreht. Englische Komödien sono liberato Stitches Böser Clown Stream Deutsch la musica.

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I heard him get more screams after mixes than anyone. That is a standard mix that if done correctly should have gotten your dance floor to go wild, that's the kinda stuff Mark was famous for.

Other notable mentions would be Jim Burgess. He played at Infinity in Manhattan and sometimes after a Saturday night at we would go there about 5 o'clock in the morning.

Just like the stories of people that used to go to the Garage or the Funhouse. A 4 bar mix that gave me goosebumps.

He would also do long 32 bar mixes using a lot of the early euro records like Voyage, Munich Machine , Cerrone and would totally kill it.

It wasn't until later I got near the DJ booth and realized this guy was doing these mixes using Thorens turntables. If anybody reading this knows of these or used them, they would know that they are belt driven.

I never had to use them but later on I realized how hard they were to work with was I always had used Technics 's, 's or A's back in that era.

Their techniques stood out the most out of the hundreds of guys I had heard. When talking legendary DJ's and their techniques, would you say it was easier or harder to mix back in the Disco days compared to today?

You really had to know your records to compensate for this which makes me remember certain records I would never mix in or out of in spots other than one or two places.

Then it was the length of the mix as the longer you had the two records mixing the harder it was to keep them together. Spot on. So an obvious question, I guess I know the answer, but I have to ask - Which music do you think is the easiest to mix?

That's if you bothered to actually do a mix as there are programs out there now that do mixes for you! Pretty soon DJ's will be a thing of the past as there are already programs out there that will mix a playlist of songs for you.

In the very near future you will be able to buy a program that will be able to mix sets of songs for you automatically. For instance let's say Pioneer and another royalty driven company will pair up with a software company to create a program named something like 'Superstar DJ' or something to this nature.

You buy the software and the company who makes it will pay DJ's like Tiesto , Paul Oakenfold , or whoever to create their own profiles on the software.

They will have songs licensed to the companies for use on the program and you the consumer will buy the 'Tiesto package' - it will contain his bio , his recorded voice and his type of music he plays.

You simply select the songs you want him to play and the program does the rest. So it would be like hiring one of these guys to play your party for the price of the program, with the proceed being split up between the DJ artist who will get a flat fee, the publishers of the music and the software company that makes it.

Of course you can buy other DJ volumes with other types of music, something like Guitar Hero or Rockband. If you remember they featured a Beatles Rockband , follow where I'm going here?

Then later on after they go thru all the top paid Dj's you will be able to record your own tracks and put your own profile in the program.

Very very very scary! How would you describe your playing style? Any "trademarks"? I have heard tons of DJ's over the years and my style got perfected by my early days of studying music and playing drums.

To keep this short, I knew that songs had and intro, chorus, verse, break and hopefully an outro. All of these sections are usually 16 bars.

I found that mixing precisely in the correct spot will give you your best sounding mix, For instance the record playing will begin to be blended with the new record coming in at exactly the first or top of the bar and the blend will last 16 bars, sometime 32 bars depending on the records.

Structure is key. Talking about keys, some DJ's are really keen on mixing in key these days, is that something you're doing as well?

I developed an ear for keys from my days spent in the recording studios and my studio. This technique is another weapon that can be used to make the DJ of today sound much better.

I'm all for it. I worked in clubs all over New York, then took it on the road around the country. I then got the studio bug and began producing records, had a few hits in Europe and eventually played all of the world for 12 years.

So it's all connected. After the rave scene in the late 90's I went to Wall St. Tell me a bit more about them.

Mentality had five releases and New York Grooves had 20 releases, 19 of them were digital as the vinyl era was at it's end.

For the time it served it's purpose as I had it distributed on Beatport, and a bunch of other online retailers.

But within a few years I realized that making money in the digital era was very hard as you always put so much in but got so little out.

A far cry from the old days of vinyl when you could hold a record in your hand. Talking vinyl records! Record Pools was a new phenomenon starting in the Disco era, which did you belong to and when?

Did you receive many records from them? We would get anywhere between 20 and 40 records a week once the masses had the knowledge.

We used to go to all the showcases and labels to visit all the time. They are in remarkably good condition for being carried around in crates for years and played thousands of times.

I started to digitize everything as the gigs I do today rarely let you use vinyl. I later went to CD's and then to Serato which is what I use today.

You can do things with Serato which were unheard of doing if you used vinyl. I would never want to carry around crates of records, those days are long gone but it is still an art form but Serato, hands down, is probably the greatest tool for DJ's to date.

Could you name some of your personal favorite Disco songs? Those hits for everyone else, became an earache for me as I have heard and played these songs hundreds and thousands of times.

I close my eyes and I see the Infinity dance floor going wild to this one Galaxy - War This was one of the Odyssey anthems, the first summer of Disco and dropping this one primetime had people climbing the walls This is an authentic Ralphie play list of his tracks as played at the Odyssey in April 7, [find the mp3 file available for download on the right]: Eruption.

Disco Inferno - Trammps. Have you got any special memories as a DJ you wanna tell about? Or any other special memories?

It was on my birthday and in the middle of their set they sang 'Happy birthday' to me and brought out a cake. There had to be over people there.

I got the pics somewhere along with autographs as they signed my Macho Man LP. In the rave era: I had a moment when I was playing at Energy '94 in Switzerland.

There were 8, people in the arena and I was on a stage with cameras with mobile arms all around me. After I did a mix I had my back turned as I was looking on my crate for the next record to play and got tapped on my shoulder by one of the camera guys and he pointed his finger up.

As I looked I saw behind me was a foot screen and they were video taping my set and seeing myself on that screen gave me a euphoric feeling that I can not explain.

As the next record I played was a track I did that was a hit in Europe the year before and the place went totally nuts.

Since DJ's have helped launching many fine artists over the years; Are there any ones you wanna mention? Some you got special contact with?

All the original guys were very nice and personally thanked me for playing all their stuff. All information is very welcome, some fun happenings, anything you'd like to share?

I also have ALL the live recordings I did at '' from Jan to December , roughly one mix per month as well as having all the tapes from the New York radio show I did in 79 to During summer of he'll be busy touring Europe and moving dancers to classic beats.

So make sure to keep your eyes and ears open for any Ralphie gig dates close to you. Agostino , L. Data Quality Correct. Show 25 50 Refresh.

Will Gigi release on vinyl again? I myself as a kid grew up listening to Gigi's tracks from the late 90s and early 00s only 15 years later to find out his pre-commercial work during mid 90s him and R.

By Picotto before both of them went selling out. Those two were making some mad mid 90s trance before jumping mainstream. Kemechev January 24, Report.

With an arsenal of melodic voices, powerfull and very entertaining bass loops and a bunch of up-beat and "hip" samples, this guy gave clubbing in the 90's a sountrack of its own!

Don't be fooled for the post's Gigi D'agostino music; he, somehow, just wasn't able to revive the 90's experience and, lamentably, the sound he worked on for so long wasn't atractive anymore when the 00's begun anyway.

Maybe poorly executed for the contemporary ears, but very well constructed for the pop music genre of all times. Jarren September 4, Report.

I think you should listen to the man's music regardless of preconceptions. Enjoy the early classics like Noise Maker Theme, Marimba, Fly, Giallone and his remix of Android for what they are: First class Mediterranean Progressive with a large slice of dark trance.

But don't dismiss the more recent poppier sound, or you miss out on a feast of fun and catchy pop music. Yes, that's right.

Pop music. Listen with your heart, not with your too-cool-for-school ego Highly recommended! These are all inspired moments; unique, powerful and beautiful in their own way.

Proud creator or perhaps ambassidor of the "Gino beat", Gigi's music can be found playing out of poorly modded Celica's and Civic's.

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After I did a mix I had my back turned as I Startrek Discovery looking on my crate for the next record to play and got tapped on my shoulder by one of the camera guys and he pointed his finger up. First in a scene where he stands in the corner of the dance floor and in another when Travolta bolts out of the club and Dj DAgostino the place a shit hole, there you can see him wearing a leather jacket. A toast or two? In the rave era: I had a moment when I was playing at Energy '94 in Switzerland. Data Quality Correct. Supernatural Staffel 7 can't remember any act not drawing, as in that time it was really the club that people came to see and the acts were just added attractions. Some you got special contact with?

I think you should listen to the man's music regardless of preconceptions. Enjoy the early classics like Noise Maker Theme, Marimba, Fly, Giallone and his remix of Android for what they are: First class Mediterranean Progressive with a large slice of dark trance.

But don't dismiss the more recent poppier sound, or you miss out on a feast of fun and catchy pop music. Yes, that's right.

Pop music. Listen with your heart, not with your too-cool-for-school ego Highly recommended! These are all inspired moments; unique, powerful and beautiful in their own way.

Proud creator or perhaps ambassidor of the "Gino beat", Gigi's music can be found playing out of poorly modded Celica's and Civic's. Favorites by fragmak3r.

Favorite Artists by Jarren. Favorite Artists by Havocinheaven. Favorite Artists by technomaxx. Favorite Artists by garfield.

Favorite Artists by RatherBe Favourite Artists and Projects by LaCargo. Favorite Artists by Duken Artists by Harry-Lloyd. Master Release - [Help] Release Notes: optional.

Submission Notes: optional. Save Cancel. Contained Releases:. Gigi D'Agostino Album 12 versions. We are practiced in providing the appropriate level of interaction to help craft and cultivate the environment as required by your occasion.

We call it "The MIX. Generally, a program, preparation, and personality are the keys to developing "The MIX" and with the establishment of a solid mix come event success.

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A toast or two? You really had to know your records to compensate for this which makes me remember certain records I would never mix in or out of in spots other than one or two places.

Then it was the length of the mix as the longer you had the two records mixing the harder it was to keep them together. Spot on. So an obvious question, I guess I know the answer, but I have to ask - Which music do you think is the easiest to mix?

That's if you bothered to actually do a mix as there are programs out there now that do mixes for you! Pretty soon DJ's will be a thing of the past as there are already programs out there that will mix a playlist of songs for you.

In the very near future you will be able to buy a program that will be able to mix sets of songs for you automatically.

For instance let's say Pioneer and another royalty driven company will pair up with a software company to create a program named something like 'Superstar DJ' or something to this nature.

You buy the software and the company who makes it will pay DJ's like Tiesto , Paul Oakenfold , or whoever to create their own profiles on the software.

They will have songs licensed to the companies for use on the program and you the consumer will buy the 'Tiesto package' - it will contain his bio , his recorded voice and his type of music he plays.

You simply select the songs you want him to play and the program does the rest. So it would be like hiring one of these guys to play your party for the price of the program, with the proceed being split up between the DJ artist who will get a flat fee, the publishers of the music and the software company that makes it.

Of course you can buy other DJ volumes with other types of music, something like Guitar Hero or Rockband. If you remember they featured a Beatles Rockband , follow where I'm going here?

Then later on after they go thru all the top paid Dj's you will be able to record your own tracks and put your own profile in the program.

Very very very scary! How would you describe your playing style? Any "trademarks"? I have heard tons of DJ's over the years and my style got perfected by my early days of studying music and playing drums.

To keep this short, I knew that songs had and intro, chorus, verse, break and hopefully an outro. All of these sections are usually 16 bars.

I found that mixing precisely in the correct spot will give you your best sounding mix, For instance the record playing will begin to be blended with the new record coming in at exactly the first or top of the bar and the blend will last 16 bars, sometime 32 bars depending on the records.

Structure is key. Talking about keys, some DJ's are really keen on mixing in key these days, is that something you're doing as well?

I developed an ear for keys from my days spent in the recording studios and my studio. This technique is another weapon that can be used to make the DJ of today sound much better.

I'm all for it. I worked in clubs all over New York, then took it on the road around the country. I then got the studio bug and began producing records, had a few hits in Europe and eventually played all of the world for 12 years.

So it's all connected. After the rave scene in the late 90's I went to Wall St. Tell me a bit more about them. Mentality had five releases and New York Grooves had 20 releases, 19 of them were digital as the vinyl era was at it's end.

For the time it served it's purpose as I had it distributed on Beatport, and a bunch of other online retailers. But within a few years I realized that making money in the digital era was very hard as you always put so much in but got so little out.

A far cry from the old days of vinyl when you could hold a record in your hand. Talking vinyl records! Record Pools was a new phenomenon starting in the Disco era, which did you belong to and when?

Did you receive many records from them? We would get anywhere between 20 and 40 records a week once the masses had the knowledge.

We used to go to all the showcases and labels to visit all the time. They are in remarkably good condition for being carried around in crates for years and played thousands of times.

I started to digitize everything as the gigs I do today rarely let you use vinyl. I later went to CD's and then to Serato which is what I use today.

You can do things with Serato which were unheard of doing if you used vinyl. I would never want to carry around crates of records, those days are long gone but it is still an art form but Serato, hands down, is probably the greatest tool for DJ's to date.

Could you name some of your personal favorite Disco songs? Those hits for everyone else, became an earache for me as I have heard and played these songs hundreds and thousands of times.

I close my eyes and I see the Infinity dance floor going wild to this one Galaxy - War This was one of the Odyssey anthems, the first summer of Disco and dropping this one primetime had people climbing the walls This is an authentic Ralphie play list of his tracks as played at the Odyssey in April 7, [find the mp3 file available for download on the right]: Eruption.

Disco Inferno - Trammps. Have you got any special memories as a DJ you wanna tell about? Or any other special memories?

Die CD Gigi D'Agostino: Best Of jetzt probehören und für 16,99 Euro kaufen. Mehr von Gigi D'Agostino gibt es im Shop. Kaufe L Amour Toujours II CD von Gigi DAgostino für 12,69 EUR versandkostenfrei. Mehr als CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, LPs, Games & Technikartikel seit. Porträt. sumflower.eu-Biographie. Gigi D'Agostino. Als LAUT-Redakteur Alexander Cordas sich im April zu einer Würdigung von Gigis neuer.

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