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>> I mix classic and current electronic tunes LIVE on Tilderadio. Listen to me LIVE: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed - 01:00-02:00 UTC --> https://tilderadio.org

>> I had an Internet radio show on anonradio.net from August of 2015 until June 14, 2020 and so the mixes you see here prior to June 14, 2020 were all livestreamed on anonradio.net.

>> A note on copyright


PLEASE NOTE: The Intergalactic Wasabi Mix on anonradio.net has ended on June 14, 2020 after 5 years, therefore, some sections of this page may be outdated. I now have a new Internet radio show on Tilderadio.

The Intergalactic Wasabi Hour on Tilderadio

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You can hear me play my favourite tracks and talk live on my Tilderadio show The Intergalactic Wasabi Hour every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 01:00-02:00 UTC (Sat Sun Mon Tue 8-9PM EST/5-6 PM PST). I play all kinds of sub-genres of electronica, mostly house, acid house, techno, minimal techno, drum ‘n bass, UK Garage, electro, breakbeats, but sometimes play other musical genres too. You can listen to my archived livestreams through my Soundcloud page or through the Tilderadio archives (no tracklist... just simple audio download.. also includes 'open mic' sessions I do on Tilderadio) or through this blog.

Tilderadio is Internet radio streamed by and for users of the Tildeverse. This Internet radio service is free of charge to use and does not run any ad or commercial. Tilderadio is supported by volunteer DJs and sysadmins of the Tildeverse.

Wanna Be A DJ On Tilderadio?

Tilderadio is always looking for volunteer DJs. There are plenty of free timeslots to choose from! Any genre, any format, any language is welcome! Go to https://kiwi.tilde.chat, then go to the #tilderadio-djs channel, and talk to ben, or simply contact me and I will pass on your intention.

This is the Intergalactic Wasabi Command Centre:

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My DJ setup:

  1. 2 Pioneer CDJ-350W multiplayers
  2. Pioneer DJM-350W mixer
  3. Pioneer HDJ-1500-S DJ headphone
  4. MacBook Pro 2017 15" Retina, Touch Bar
  5. Yorkville mic stand
  6. a cheap Sony karaoke microphone (FREE!!)
  7. Yamaha Stagepas 400i Portable PA System
  8. Samson Speaker Stands
  9. Behringer UFO202 Audiophile USB/Audio Interface with Built-in Phono Preamp - this converts the analog sound from my mixer to digital for my computer to livestream the sound to Tilderadio's icecast-compatible server
  10. Pioneer Rekordbox DJ software - I play most of the music on the show via the DJ controller function of my CDJs. I use the CDJs to control the DJ software. I occasionally play CDs and when I do, I switch the CDJ mode to 'CDs'. I am modern DJ and I try to embrace modern technology and the most time and cost efficient way to DJ. Pioneer has recently integrated Beatport and Soundcloud into their DJ software and so I have decided to subscribe to Soundcloud Go+ (CAD 9.99 per month) so I could access Souncloud's thousands of tracks and remixes in high audio quality. I create playlists and virtual crates on the Soundcloud site which then appears on my Rekordbox DJ software's collection once I refresh it. I have to be logged in to Soundcloud within Rekordbox DJ. I then load each of the tracks to the virtual decks to analyze the tracks. Once the tracks are analyzed, the date will remain with Rekordbox DJ. Refer to the Rekordbox and Soundcloud diagrams below.
  11. macOS Music (formerly 'iTunes') and Soundcloud - (not shown on the image above) sources of the tracks I play on the show. I occasionally play tracks from CDs and vinyl records.
  12. Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack - (not shown in the photo... it is usually hidden behind the DJ software) this is the actual livestreaming software. It picks up the digital sound that was converted by the Behringer UFO202 from analog from the mixer and streams it to Tilderadio's icecast-compatible server. Refer to the diagram below of my Audio Hijack set up.
  13. Pioneer PL-470 record player - this is actually my Dad's but he is not using it anymore. He bought this in the late 80s. It's not an ideal record player for DJing but I don't really do any scratching so it is just fine.
  14. Odyssey laptop stand
  15. Dell IN1910N monitor - I use this as a display extension where I usually project the chat software (SDF COMMODE Chat & SDF IRC -- running side-by-side via TMUX) which I use to chat with the listeners and the web browser so my laptop will project only the DJ software. I got this for free.
  16. Seiji LED Alarm Blocks - I bought this when I was living in Japan and brought it all the way back to Canada because I just really love this clock.
  17. Clipboard, paper and pen - I still do write things up. Writing is so much quicker to do than typing tbh
  18. iPad and an iPhone - for searching stuff up quickly off the web so I don't have to touch what's displayed on the monitors
  19. a super large map of the Greater Toronto Area and Vicinity - IDK I just thought it's neat to have it
  20. a cup of coffee - keeps the mind alert!
  21. and finally...
  22. Icecast - (not shown in the photo) this is the free server software for streaming multimedia that is being used by Tilderadio

I will definitely keep updating this page to help out new Tilderadio DJs with setting their equipment up for streaming.

My Audio Hijack Set Up

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Rekordbox DJ

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