Balazs Gyutai, the man behind the 9b0 moniker was among the first producers in Hungary who went beyond the narrow-minded, almost academic approach to electronic genres. His insatiable desire to find his own voice dates back to childhood when he started developing music softwares with his brother. Now he works for Native Instruments as a sound designer. Not a surprise at all. His first full length Error was released in full of opposing elements arranged precisely to counterpoint each other, from thunderous nu-skool basslines to noble post-symphonic melodies, all under the umbrella of the ever-mutating glitch. The world had to wait for the follow-up for six long years: Eleven is a masterfully sculpted album that was born in the similar manner but walked down on a different path. Just like its predecessor, the final output cannot be categorized but it also plays with harsh contrasts that are smoothed away eventually: sometimes the music levitates in monumental, pristine spaces, then compresses into a small room zigzagged by lasers; at one moment you catch a glimpse of the minimal Berlin, but after a minute you are already listening to a nostalgic piano. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers.
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To make your profile stand out two things need to happen: master your talent and put in the effort to gain visibility on your sounds. Work smarter with these tips. For easy recognition, consider emphasizing your profile name in the artwork. Remember your avatar appears on followers' Streams as a smaller version, simplicity translates nicely into different sizes; make it simple and eye catching. An easily memorable and recognizable artwork will help you get noticed. Sharing your SoundCloud profile to all your social networks online will further expand your fan base. Take advantage of your profile and track descriptions to give an introduction about you and your work, tell a story, and ask people to click the repost button if they like your content. Encouraging people to share your music will result in more shares than not telling them to do so, and this will lead to more followers. Google likes space. Instead of User make it User
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Depending on where the track is on the platform, you may be able to remove it. Where does the track appear? If you want to stop seeing tracks or reposts from certain users in your Stream, you just need to unfollow them. This will remove all current tracks, reposts and playlists from your Stream and stop new uploads from appearing as well. You can unlike by clicking the 'Liked' button to be 'Like'. If you created a playlist and added tracks to it, it is also possible to remove those tracks. Read more about how to do this here. There's not a way to remove recommended tracks from your individual track's page if it is public.
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