4 Elementos

Well, this one I really like.
Some how my daughter’s dance teacher knew I did remixes and she asked for a fast paced mix that included some of the most popular tracks that were being played on the radio at that time, around 1998 (I think). […]

Rap-along Megamix

This is a rather weird megamix I created around 1998.
The megamix features rock songs where the main vocals are rapping over.

Nothing too special, but if you like the songs you might like the megamix.

Download: Rap-along Megamix

Format: 44.1KHz@16bit Stereo
Length: 6″24′ / 7.37MB

  • Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood
  • Crazytown – Butterfly
  • Sublime – What I Got

xPeriments with Loops


Back in the mid-90s I was very deep into techno, German techno. I think I actually owned all of the Techno Trax CDs.
So one day, after receiving one of the first loops collections I bought from Sony for Acid Pro, I decided to start producing my first EP under the name “xPeriments with Loops”.

I created four original tracks but only got to finish two of them and of the two, I only really like Track #2 (untitled).
It is a hard hitting, fast and powerful techno track that, back in the day would have found many followers. […]

Reggaeton Megamix

I never really liked this remix except for the first minute or so. The rest was put together rather quickly and quite carelessly.
It is also quite old, I think I did it circa 2002 so the tracks it includes are very old-school reggaetons.


MegaRengues Mix

This megamix is one of the reasons I wanted to start a blog about my mixing adventures.

I’m originally from Barcelona, Spain, but at the age of 12 I moved (for reasons that do not belong to this post) to the Dominican Republic.
After moving, I found out that there wasn’t much to do… and most of the time I was bored to death. One day I discovered, on the living-room’s coffee table, a weird looking cassette (not many Europeans know about 8tracks) which I inserted into a similarly odd-looking stereo.
The cassette was from a well known merengue band (I don’t recall which one right now) and I was immediately hooked. Both the rhythm and funny lyrics (those that I could understand) really made an impression on me.
From that point on, I was hooked on merengue.