V Recordings is a Drum and bass record label, based in London. Owned by DJs Bryan Gee and Jumping Jack Frost, V Recordings is one of the longest-running Drum and Bass imprints, with a large catalogue of releases stretching back to 1993. V Recordings has consistently featured some of the biggest names in Drum and Bass, with releases by Roni Size, DJ Die, DJ Krust, Ed Rush and Optical and Dillinja. V Recordings is known for representing a wide variety of styles and subgenres of Drum and Bass, from the liquid styles of Artificial Intelligence to the harder sounds of Dillinja and Lemon D. V Recordings was also the first UK label to feature the material from the Brazilian Drum and Bass scene. Following a trip to the South American country, label boss Bryan Gee was amazed at both the huge popularity of Drum and Bass in Brazil and at the skills of local DJs, including DJ Marky, Patife, XRS Land and Esom. The result of this connection was the popular Brazil EP (2001) and the chart hit LK (2002), a remix of the Brazilian classic Carolina Carol Bela. Following this initial exposure, Brazilian DJs and producers have become a fixture of the UK Drum and Bass scene.
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Mixing music has never been so much fun.... ever wondered how a lot of big DJs create mixes and mash ups that sound too good to be true? By mixing tracks that are in the same or related keys, harmonic mixing enables long blends and perfect mash-ups. The goal is to eliminate those nasty key clashes.
Simply click on the Camelot key reference next to the track title in the list above and the Chemical database will show you key match suggestions, even for tracks you already have in "your collection" (you need to be logged in to use this function and you need to have either bought "your collection" from Chemical Records using your account log in or manually enter other tracks into "your collection")
You can also buy commercial software to give key data for your mp3's on your computer for this we recommend Mixed In Key.
Disclaimer: BPM & Key results shown here are not always 100% accurate (but they are not that far off) Please do not buy tracks based on the key or bpm from our results as we can not guarantee them to be correct, it is a guide only.
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