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Thread: Armin van Buuren & Garibay - Phone Down (Jorn van Deynhoven Remix) [Armind]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    Well, you can check out Schimonik's Discogs page and see he's credited on a lot of JvD, Alex MORPH and RAM works. There are sections for writing and arrangement, remix and production, so you can see for yourself. As for who did exactly what, it's always hard to say but I assume he did a lot more than these three.
    Godammit,a very talented guy then! And i can understand him doing it for a full time job if he just simply doesnt want the limelight. But he couldve been one of the great producers!

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    explains why Jorn's, Alex's and RAM's sounds sound the same.

    on the subject i couldnt care less about ghost producer, for me it all about the music

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    Quote Originally Posted by munki34 View Post
    explains why Jorn's, Alex's and RAM's sounds sound the same.

    on the subject i couldnt care less about ghost producer, for me it all about the music
    but,on another note if you look at the credits of JvD - Headliner....theres only Jorn in the credits on discogs. So he did that on his own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    Well, you can check out Schimonik's Discogs page and see he's credited on a lot of JvD, Alex MORPH and RAM works. There are sections for writing and arrangement, remix and production, so you can see for yourself. As for who did exactly what, it's always hard to say but I assume he did a lot more than these three.
    Yes, he is a real producer. And who hasnt worked with MORPH and RAM lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdelayna View Post
    but,on another note if you look at the credits of JvD - Headliner....theres only Jorn in the credits on discogs. So he did that on his own?
    Depends on the deal you make (also buying off the credits) and the completess of discogs. Back in the day of vinyl and CD, the written & produced credits were always printed on the vinyl or CD cover. Nowadays it's more hidden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vastvision View Post
    Depends on the deal you make (also buying off the credits) and the completess of discogs. Back in the day of vinyl and CD, the written & produced credits were always printed on the vinyl or CD cover. Nowadays it's more hidden.
    Yeah i guess its missing from Discogs,and this ghost producer thing looks the norm if you dig in the depth of credits. Sasha and Timo Maas used them. I always thought these guys made stuff on there own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    I'd assume it's because he's very good at it, gets money for it instantly (rather than waiting for royalties or to get booked), he doesn't like to DJ and doesn't like the spotlight. If you're only a producer, ghost-producing is much more lucrative and stable - besides, if his clients get famous because of his tracks he'll definitely be paid more and more often.
    As you mentioned yourself, he doesn't have to worry about marketing, social media, building an image, getting gigs, etc. he can just do what he's good at. He does the heavy lifting when it comes to producing, and all these other guys focus instead on the business/marketing side. Seems pretty clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdelayna View Post
    Yeah i guess its missing from Discogs,and this ghost producer thing looks the norm if you dig in the depth of credits. Sasha and Timo Maas used them. I always thought these guys made stuff on there own.
    I didn't know Sasha or Tiesto had used ghost producers until after I started browsing trance forums. It makes sense. I don't think it's humanly possible for a single person to come up with Xpander, the Silence remix, and all the tracks that sound like it (Suburban Train, the Flesh remix etc.)

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