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    evrery year defcon is blessed with sevral dj's who donate there time and audio for the cause. this past year i spent most of days 1 and 2 in the contest hall (since i was running a contest :P). while we where there, to kill some of the aquard silences we played some music on our exceptinaly crappy monitor speakers. this later grew into (yo man there is NO music in this room, bump that shit!). so my sugestion for defcon 14 would be why not set up an OFFICIAL defcon internet radio station that way anybody with speakers could simply plug in to the defcon ap and whala, music for the masses :P.

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    Originally posted by Vyrus
    evrery year defcon is blessed with sevral dj's who donate there time and audio for the cause. this past year i spent most of days 1 and 2 in the contest hall (since i was running a contest :P). while we where there, to kill some of the aquard silences we played some music on our exceptinaly crappy monitor speakers. this later grew into (yo man there is NO music in this room, bump that shit!). so my sugestion for defcon 14 would be why not set up an OFFICIAL defcon internet radio station that way anybody with speakers could simply plug in to the defcon ap and whala, music for the masses :P.
    There is a Defcon radio station. DMZ runs it. He has made multiple posts about it on these forums. "Search" is your friend. And it's "viola", not "whala".
    the fresh princess of 1338

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Vyrus
      why not set up an OFFICIAL defcon internet radio station that way anybody with speakers could simply plug in to the defcon ap and whala, music for the masses :P.
      Because there is one.

      Al

      And thankfully, it's not all techno 24/7
      Last edited by alklloyd; August 21, 2005, 21:32.
      "Are my pants...threatening you?"

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      • #4
        hmm... perrhaps next time ill just bring my pa speakers

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        • #5
          Pissing and moaning and stuff, (oh my)

          Originally posted by Vyrus
          hmm... perrhaps next time ill just bring my pa speakers
          Please do! I must have been in The Wrong Place at The Wrong Time (vendor area, that is), but about all I heard this year was some kinda elderly-friendly-new-age waltz crap. No offense to those who apparently like that kinda, uh, stuff.. Sure coulda used some industrial or even techno played out loud.
          DC12 and previous had "that guy in the vendor area" with a collection that included Skinny Puppy, Ministry, KMFDM, etc. etc. I miss the chill-out room with DJs

          Since I'm bitching: WTF was up with $7.00 for a Red Bull & vodka?
          Surreal
          waiting impatiently for next year

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Surreal
            DC12 and previous had "that guy in the vendor area" with a collection that included Skinny Puppy, Ministry, KMFDM, etc. etc. I miss the chill-out room with DJs

            Same guy, Shadowvex. He has been spinning in the vendor area since at least DefCon 9. He decided to play some more laid back stuff this year and I think it worked out well. Myabe not your cup of tea...but honestly...I have to be in the Vendor Area 8-10 hours a day and if I had to listen to mother fucking Skinny Puppy I'd slit my damn wrists.
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            • #7
              I've only been to DC 10-13, but this is the first time I've ever heard someone complain about not having enough techno music...

              Al
              Last edited by alklloyd; August 27, 2005, 07:39.
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              • #8
                lol i was just wondering cus me and the rest of dc949 (contest room) had our own mix of happy hardcore and other random forms of techno playing and finaly the other groups said it wasn't loud enough :P. so we ended hooking into the mixer and useing the pa's that where there for lp con

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                • #9
                  oops rept post.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Surreal
                    Since I'm bitching: WTF was up with $7.00 for a Red Bull & vodka?
                    Walk to the corner and buy a fifth of good stuff and a Sobe No Fear. Thirty bucks and you'll see your personal god.
                    is it bad that the big monkey has a knife?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by roninmonkey
                      Walk to the corner and buy a fifth of good stuff and a Sobe No Fear. Thirty bucks and you'll see your personal god.
                      Nope... that's bawls and absenth :P

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Chris
                        Same guy, Shadowvex. He has been spinning in the vendor area since at least DefCon 9. He decided to play some more laid back stuff this year and I think it worked out well. Myabe not your cup of tea...but honestly...I have to be in the Vendor Area 8-10 hours a day and if I had to listen to mother fucking Skinny Puppy I'd slit my damn wrists.
                        Since I am not into the stuff most DJs play I guess I just miss out. Ohh well give me Black Flag and Rancid any day and throw in a little Queen in there now and then.
                        Did Everquest teach you that?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by allentrace
                          Since I am not into the stuff most DJs play I guess I just miss out. Ohh well give me Black Flag and Rancid any day and throw in a little Queen in there now and then.
                          im sure you are not alone... i think the music at defcon is just one of those things where it's a staple you know? it just kinda comes with the territory, techno and hacking :P. i understand where you are commin from though... i am a jazz man myself (amongst other things)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by alklloyd
                            I've only been to DC 10-13, but this is the first time I've ever heard someone complain about not having enough techno music...

                            Al
                            heh, same here

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