20th Year Anniversary :: 15 Minutes of fun


This December, it will be 20 years since, I sat in ‘John’s room’ creating the ‘Christmas Party mix’ a.k.a ‘15 Minutes of fun in 1999‘. Backstory For a while, I’ve had the idea to replace all the .mp3 music on … Continue reading

Mr Vain (Remix)


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This Mr. Vain remix was made, by my good friend Peter J, many years ago (1998). The original track is made by Culture Beat, with the late Torsten Fenslau in front, and was released in 1993, shortly before his death. … Continue reading

Kraftwerk – Digital welt (Remix)


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The re-worked version of Electronischer welt – now, in a crisp brand-new digital version – called Digital welt (German version). Update I’ve listened this remix through a few thousand times, and every time I was a bit annoyed. There were … Continue reading

Digital welt tracklist details

The tracklist from the Kraftwerk ‘Digital welt’ project, for anyone who might be interested.

Tracklist notes

# Name Album Version BPM
1 Boing Boom Tschak Electric Café LP 122
2 Electric Café Electric Café LP 122
3 Heimcomputer Computerwelt LP 120
4 Heimcomputer The Mix LP 120
5 Radio-Activität The Mix LP 120
6 Techno Pop Electric Café LP 116
7 Metall auf Metall Trans Europe Express LP 116
8 Musique Non-Stop Electric Café LP 120
9 Das Modell Die Mensch-Maschine LP 120
10 Sex Objekt Electric Café LP 122
11 Computerwelt Computerwelt LP 124
12 Die Robotter Die Mensch-Maschine LP 122

Various Artists – Servant & Re-Mastermix (Remix)


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The completed re-worked Servant and Mastermix now called Servant and Re-Mastermix. I have now discovered that the original Servant and Mastermix was made by MegaMiXers. In the Links section further below, I have supplied some relevant links. Detail To get … Continue reading

Kraftwerk – Electronischer welt (Remix)


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For many years now, I thought that this mix was a lost cause. I still had the original Acid Pro project file of the mix, but I no longer had the Sonic Foundry Acid Pro software, nor a computer with … Continue reading

Remixing State of Mind

As long as I can remember, I have made mix and remix of music I love. It all started with two cassette decks back in the 80’s, all inspired by my classmate Lars and his cut-mix of Renegades of Funk by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force, which he did on his parents brand new Philips D8644 Ghettoblaster – The one with the wooden speakers.

I believe, that the first cut-mix I ever made was a track from Street Sounds Electro 1 record – or something like that – but I don’t remember the title of the track anymore. Later I did remix of Paul Hardcastle19, FreeezI.O.U, BaltimoraTarzan Boy, Captain Rock – Cosmic Blast and a lot of other artists, all songs I loved back then. Everything was played of one cassette deck and was recorded onto the other.

Later my good old friend Peter A and I, made mix using two home stereo turntables and a lousy 4 channel mixer – that worked – most of the times. I remember that we did one successful mix on the turntables, and the only one that were recorded onto audio cassette, a Hip Hop mix that included artists like Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, Mantronix, LL Cool J, Doug E Fresh and more.


Most of the old mix/remix I’ve posted, was created with Sonic Foundry Acid Pro. Before using Acid Pro, we used SAW (Software Audio Workshop), possible SAWStudio but I’m not sure. SAW is much like Acid Pro, in the way you arrange your samples. SAW is designed and developed by Bob Lentini, RML Labs, and is still available for purchase on the webside.

Acid Pro was originally created by Sonic Foundry hence the name “Sonic Foundry Acid Pro”, but was later assimilated by Sony Creative Software. The cool thing thou, is that Sony let’s you download a full, 30 day trail copy of Acid Pro. So if you ever are thinking of making a mix/remix, yourself, Acid Pro is the software for you. It’s almost as easy as ‘painting by numbers’.

Today I use Acid Music Studio version 10, and it works perfect, but it is still possible to get Acid Pro.


All samples used, were sliced into smaller bits with Cool Edit Pro. The only other decent sample edit software tool, at that time, was Steinberg WaveLab, but I remember this software was quite impossible to use – I gave up trying to understand it, I think.

Cool Edit Pro was originally created by Syntrillium Software, but at some point, was sold off to Adobe, and is now a Digital Audio Workstation product in the Adobe Systems portfolio. Cool Edit Pro is now Adobe Audiotion.

Depeche Mode – In your Mercy (Remix)


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This homemade Depeche Mode mix was made in the sometime before the year 2000, of several Depeche Mode tracks, including: Barrel of a Gun, Higher Love, In Your Room, It’s no Good, Mercy in You, Useless and Walking in my … Continue reading

Depeche Mode – Enjoy the Future (Remix)


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This homemade Depeche Mode mix was made in the sometime before the year 2000, of several Depeche Mode tracks, including: Behind the Wheel, Enjoy the Silence, Halo, Nothing, Dangerous, Policy of Truth, Puppets, Rush, Strangelove and World in my Eyes. … Continue reading

Various Artists – 15 Minutes of fun in 1999 (Mix)


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This remix was made in the beginning of december 1999, that was to be used at a company christmas party at NESA, Hellerup, Denmark, that very year. And it was a great success. Featuring the following artists: Antiloop, Aqua, Daze, … Continue reading