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The godfather of acid house gives us a tour of his studios.

DJ Pierre will be continuing his annual residency at Groovefest 2015 this year. Check out the final lineup here. Find him on Facebook, SoundCloud and Twitter.

3rd March, 2015

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  • tr-8 not tr-9

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  • Nice and in depth. Good stuff.

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  • Very insightful!

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  • He knows what’s up

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  • He definitely knows what’s up. I heard Master Blaster the other day for the first time in 20 years and it still sounds like nothing else. What an amazing legacy he’s left already. Great to get some insight into the working mind of a true innovator.

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  • but what about his real 303s and 808 and 909? a bit disapponted…

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  • Surely Pierre, above all others, is about looking forward to the, er, Phuture not about retro-fetishism.

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  • To my mind, it’s an interesting post just from the perspective of the modesty of the gear… this is not super expensive stuff that would be out of the range of most of us… and it’s a little crazy just how digital it is… sorta catches me a little off guard.

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  • > Push has a record-your-voice-to-notes function

    No it fucking doesnt you fucking tithead

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