Neuro Vincenzo Thu, 24 Jan 2019 18:09:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Dubstep x Breaks | podcast NVP # 36 Thu, 06 Dec 2018 20:59:34 +0000 So is it Dubstep or Breaks? Clash of two genres or a firm handshake? Breakbeats are a whole galaxy of electronic music genres and each has its authentic accent.

The podcast will guide you through the interweaving of rhythmic patterns, bass lines, vocal parts, guitar riffs and everything else that is in the heads of these crazy-talented producers. Enjoy your listening!

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5 Ways of Making Money Online Thu, 05 Oct 2017 19:20:13 +0000 5 Ways of Making Money Online

Greetings, dear reader! Today, we will look at a very interesting and useful topic: making money on the Internet. Making money on music is something that thousands of people around the world are doing right now. There are countless ways of making money online: to start, you should first consider your options and pick something that you find pleasure in. Are you ready? Let’s go then!


If you’ve been practicing long enough and write music of acceptable quality, you may well want to try to make a living by selling music on audiostocks. The most popular audiostock in the world is AudioJungle. It features a clear and intuitive interface, has a nice-looking design and is really easy to use. All you need to do to make some money is to upload a set of sounds, an album or even a single track to the site, then do whatever you want and like.


This service is a bit simpler than the previous one and is less demanding towards users. Pond5 is a microstock famous for its high sales of video and audio files. Corporations and private video producers often need royalty-free music. On the average, even professionals set their prices in the 30$ — 50$ range.



A service for performers. Make sure you are internally ready to share your music with the entire world. This is the most important part. Gigsalad connects performers with customers and venues that are looking for exactly what is being offered here. The site has a huge audience and lots of competitors. It’s also a good place to meet new people or even find a band to join.


Pay attention to this music service as well. It’s a place where people share their music and receive feedback about their tracks. You will like this service, especially if your professional network is small, or if you are more interested in the opinion of potential fans, not producers.

Remote Lessons
Some may argue about the quality and value of remote music lessons – real classes with a tutor are always more efficient. However, there are situations when a Skype call is the only opportunity for a child to learn to play an instrument (for example, nobody can take a child to a music school). Besides, many tutors who have already worked online confirm that there is little, if any, difference between the conventional and this new form of education. Audio quality may be an issue, but, according to specialists, a regular sound card and a microphone should suffice for most situations. If not, there are many ways to improve sound quality (if necessary, the tutor will provide recommendations).


A platform with a vast database of tutors for a variety of instruments. Unfortunately, if you are serious about it, you must speak perfect English. Also, don’t forget about YouTube lessons with paid subscriptions or sites like, where you can offer your services at reasonable rates aiming for larger audiences.


Just 5 dollars will land you a complete website, a unique video review, game dubbing or a business card. Ironically, very few people in Russia know about the Fiverr service, but even fewer people know that one can make a pretty penny there. Fiverr gives you a unique opportunity to be a freelancer or grow into a serious IT business. Anyone, regardless of age, education or place of living can start working with the service.
Mastering Services
Today’s reality is that it’s no longer a problem to start selling the products of your creativity. Anyone can start making money on selling their music directly – and you don’t even have to approach a label and give it the lion’s share of your proceeds. Of course, serious labels will help you promote your music, so you shouldn’t dismiss them altogether. But if you are choosing between signing up with a virtually unknown label and selling your music directly, the second option is clearly more attractive. As an example of one of the services that let you do something like that, I strongly recommend checking out Bandcamp.


This is a free service and a community of independent musicians of any genre. You upload your music to a special page that you are free to customize. Bandcamp stores your music and lets others listen to it. Also, if you are not a musician, you can have a fan account, but only if you have purchased records from other users. Such an account can be registered by following a special link – you can’t choose this option during standard registration.


This service is similar to bandcamp, but has a few unique characteristics: the audience is smaller, the registration process is simpler, the site publishes an interview with a member on a monthly basis. The site publishes a rating of top labels, DJ’s and performers, has no ads and boasts a really friendly interface.
Selling of Music

No matter if you are a guitarist or a self-made composer, Synk will help you go from storing your music on a dusty hard drive to collaborating with other people in various projects or even providing the basis for a commercial product in a different part of the world. Just fill out a standard registration form and start making money! Synk is easy to use – its vast audience won’t lie about it.


Yet another possibility to make money that is similar to, but there are differences here. The platform positions itself as a “high-profile” site for professionals and supports this statement by referring to contracts with Google, Nike, Netflix, Mercedes-Benz and Jet Blue, which enables them to reject your submissions, so being listed there is almost prestigious. Revenues are shared in the 50/50 proportion, as opposed to 15% that you get from Synk. So you should really decide what will work better for you – and, of course, you can always get featured on both sites.

Bottom line: there are ways of monetizing your musical talents. Choose your path and follow it! The highest-paid DJ in the world makes 66 million dollars a year! Good luck!

Vintage Synths Podcast | NVP # 35 Thu, 11 May 2017 11:15:20 +0000 Joy, love, synths! Here’s your cocktail of styles and genres with vintage sound and good old hearty emotions. Don’t be shy, dance! More and more!

This podcast was created for fun and good mood. It’ll warm you up regardless of the weather, just don’t forget to turn the volume up!

Vintage Synths Podcast | NVP # 35

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Drumstep Podcast | NVP # 34 Tue, 27 Dec 2016 09:41:06 +0000 Oh yeah! A Drumstep mix with a heavy bass and explosive drops! Sounds like Dubstep, you’ll say, but it’s 177 bpm’s, baby, and true drum+bass, literally. 20 dance tracks from distinguished BASS producers and incredible mixing by DJ Neurov.
Listen and share with friends!

Neurov - Drumstep mix ( podcast#34)

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01. Dilemn – Monsta
02. Breezer – Touch Me (Roughmath remix)
03. Brig – Bottle Of Rum (VIP)
04. Kairo Kingdom – Don’t Shake (Pegboard Nerds remix)
05. Knife Party – Give It Up
06. Skrillex feat. Ragga Twins – Ragga Bomb
07. Dodge & Fuski – Come Again (Phetsta remix)
08. Rusko – Everyday (Netsky remix)
09. Fred V & Grafix – Maverick Souls (Dan Dakota remix)
10. Excision – Codename X
11. Mefjus feat. Dope D.O.D. – Godzilla
12. Babymetal – Akatsuki (Gydra remix)
13. Momoiro Clover Z – Lost Child (Noisia remix)
14. Royalston – Arps Of Fury
15. Receptor & Mr.Frenkie – New Message (oneBYone remix)
16. Chase & Status – International (Skrillex remix)
17. Netsky – Come Alive
18. PlayGame – Disappear
19. Brig – Heartbeat
20. Virtual Riot – Lunar

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Deva Premal Remixed | EVP001 Fri, 25 Dec 2015 10:26:25 +0000 This Podcast contains remixes on Deva Premal, the number one performer of mantras and the one with an incredibly powerful and passionate voice.
Remixes transform the habitual meditative mood of mantra singing to a more rhythmic New Age genre. You can dance or stand still, concentrate on the music and your own feelings while listening to this podcast; it all depends on your mood.
▲If you’re a fan of meditative music, and World/New Age genres you will love the work of Deva Premal and you’ll truly enjoy listening to it!

Deva Premal Remixed | EVP001


01. Deva Premal – Guru Rinpoche Mantra (EarthRise SoundSystem Remix)
02. Deva Premal & Miten – Jai Radha Madhav (Desert Dwellers Remix)
03. Deva Premal – Jaya Radha Madhava (K.S. Project Remix)
04. Deva Premal – Hari Om Shive Om (DJ Cheb I Sabbah’s Desi Remix)
05. Deva Premal – Aad Guray (Messiah Project remix)
06. Deva Premal & Miten – Om Tara Tuttare (Red Fulka Remix)
07. Deva Premal – Gayatri Mantra (Esha Remix)
08. Deva Premal – Om Mani Padme Hum (TIERRO Remix)
09. Deva Premal – Jai Radha Madhav (DDV Remix)
10. Deva Premal – Teyata (Shaman’s Dream Remix)
11. Deva Premal – Shyam! (Prabhu Mix)
12. Deva Premal – Om Namah Shivaya (Bhakti Brothers Remix)

Interview with ARGATU Mon, 20 Apr 2015 10:04:25 +0000 ARGATU – an interesting representative of the beatmakers’ world in Romania, who uses samples of national folklore in his tracks.

Interview with ARGATU'

– Hi! Tell us what is happening on hip-hop scene in Romania and how large your beatmaker’s community there?

A: The beatmaking community in Romania has a vast number of people , producing in a certain style which represents their personality ( west coast , underground hip hop , trap , electronic new wave etc ) .The hip-hop scene in Romania is incredible , many talented people who put heart and emotion in their song , some telling true stories ( underground ) and there are those who are doing it for the money ( mainstream ) – that’s not hip hop .

– Say a few words about Subcarpati and your place in it.

A: Subcarpati is represented by Alexe Marius Andrei ( Bean Mc ) , Vali Umbra , Power pe Vinil (DJ) & Andri ( Andrei Gherghe – VJ ) . AFO / Aforic (Emil Teleaga) has joined the gang after that as well .In 2012 I myself produced an album with our Romanian folklore sampling through different Romanian old songs ( early 1920’s – 1930’s ) .These are our roots , so we try to make the best of it ,giving it a new sound , a more modern approach for the people nowadays , but at the same time keeping the basic sound from the root . When I released my first album entitled “Fara noroc in Romania ( No Luck in Romania ) ” for free on the internet ,this little family called Subcarpati contacted me and offered me a new “home” , and helped me in making my music sound better and making it known to the world . Culese din Cartier ( Picked up from the Hood ) began its journey in 2010 , many artists contributing with one song for the album – after that , Bean Mc started calling people to do their own individual album Culese Din Cartier , as it is mine (Culese din cartier presents ARGATU) .

– Let’s go back a bit in the past. How did you become a musician? What instruments can you play?

A: At the age of 8 , I first started to produce music in Hiphop Ejay & all sort of looping programs , after that I was tired of the same old catalogue of samples and loops , so I started creating my own sounds in Fruity Loops ( which I’m using at the present time ).My great – grandfather was playing the Caval ( pipe flute ) – it sounded amazing and he teached me at that time when I was about to turn 9.

– Your Russian fans madly carried away ethno-motives from your tracks. How did you love of folklore? Where do you get all these stunning samples?

A: We found them on the internet , stores with vinyls and stuff like that . It’s like the Americans do with their samples – The hip hop underground producers from there sample from funk songs , soul , jazz etc – we sample our own “funk ” – which is Romanian Folklore.

– How do you feel about the ethnic-culture of different nationalities? Did you make tracks in brand-new genre called EthTrap, which represents trap-grooves and ethno-motives of different countries?

A: Honestly , not.But I’m thinking about changing some stuff to it . Hehe

– You have a drum-n-bass track. How often do you make such experiments in different genres?

A: Very often.It’s like ….how I feel at that moment – if I feel adrenaline and need something to consume my energy , then probably i would produce a dnb or dubstep track – if I feel the need to relax , i would produce a jazzy , chill , ambiental groovy beat .

– What can we expect from you in the near future?

A: I’m about to launch the Culese din Cartier prezinta ARGATU – Volume 3 .On my YouTube channel you will find uploads of my every single song . Big up

– Where can we hear your live gigs? Give us links where we can keep track of your creativity?

A: I don’t think I have searched for them , but you can look them up on Youtube texting ” Argatu live ” or something like that .

– And the last question – what does your nickname mean? Maybe it’s a legendary story?

A: “ARGATU” is not my nickname – it’s my family name .I haven’t found a nickname or a stage name to fit my personality , so I was proud of my birth name ( ARGATU ANDREI CEZAR ) so i decided to make my family name known throughout the whole world .Argatu – in the romanian archaic languange means “Slave” ( haha ) . Big up .Thank you for your time . Sorry for the delay . One love .Bless !

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Soulful Piano Mix // Podcast # 33 Tue, 30 Dec 2014 10:51:01 +0000 A soulful mix, full of piano sounds. Each track features keyboards, and on each track they sound different. Because this is soulful drum’n’bass! The mix is crammed with dense sound, and goes beyond the strict boundaries of soulful music—but only to show the whole world of drum’n’bass in its light guise. Real magic!

soulful piano mix ( podcast 33)


01. Tokyo Prose – Songbird
02. Royalston – Keys
03. Etherwood feat. Georgia Yates and Bev Lee Harling – Falling Out Of Consciousness (VIP)
04. Keeno feat. Whiney – Sleeplessness
05. Calibre – Miraculous
06. Fred V & Grafix – Forest Fires (Etherwood Remix)
07. Logistics – No Hurry Time
08. London Elektricity feat. Elsa Esmeralda – Meteorites
09. SKS And Kush – Foolish Heart
10. Kwabs – Walk (Nu:Tone Remix)
11. Keeno – Nocturne
12. Nelver – Passing The Obstructions
13. Logistics feat. Nu:Tone & Maduk – Stutter
14. Episodes – You & Me
15. Keeno – Another Night, Another Day
16. Calibre – Key Flix
17. Mutt – Sherm
18. Logistics – Sendai Song
19. Nu:Tone feat. Lea Lea – Tides
20. So Flow – Thorn
21. Deep Focus – The Pianist
22. Calibre – Paragov
23. Keeno – Green Flash
24. Seba & Paradox feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw – The Light
25. London Elektricity feat. Elsa Esmeralda – Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm

Drum & Bass Weekly #14: Ultimate Perception Tue, 26 Nov 2013 13:33:07 +0000 Another “DNB Weekly”  Mix by Doubt Logic!
This time get ready for hard feelings and dirty sounds.
75 minutes, 40+ tracks, badass bass, heavy drumlines and wicked synths.You’ll hear fresh tunes by Gridlok, RedCell, Ed:it, None Decay, Audio, Nymfo, Ed Rush, Break, Teebee, Cod3x, Rregula, etc.

★If you wish to remain in your seats don’t forget to fasten your seatbelts, cause it’s gonna be a hard test for you.★
▼Push play and don’t forget to pump the volume up!▼

Drum-n-Bass Weekly #14: Ultimate Perception

Drum & Bass Weekly #13: Slow Disintegration Mon, 25 Nov 2013 13:32:15 +0000 We continue to release mixes by Doubt Logic from his “DNB Weekly” series.
This time it’s #13 with tracks which fully comply with the number of this mix and its title – “Slow Disitegration”. The mix is packed with halftempo, halfstep, minimal tunes by Calibre, DK Ritual, Submatic, Need For Mirrors, N4M3, Holdtitght, Actraiser, Anile, etc.

★Get ready for strange and minimal sounds. Yes, sometimes DNB is pretty twisted in a bizarre way.★

↓↓↓Push the button and dive deep!↓↓↓

Drum & Bass Weekly #13: Slow Disintegration

01. Calibre – Start Again (feat. Chimpo)
02. Organikismness – Hunger
03. Need For Mirrors – Heron Blue
04. Organikismness – Hindsight
05. D.K.Ritual – Deep In Forest
06. Axon & Hyroglifics – Fit Girls with Average Names
07. Kalm & Carera – Ton Of Bricks
08. SDQ – Claw Hammer
09. Submatik – Silent Stranger (feat. Charli Brix)
10. Need For Mirrors – Werc
11. Volatile Psycle – Barricade
12. Kolectiv – Voices (Feat. Amy)
13. Volatile Psycle – Twisted Imagery
14. Stereotype – Ningun Accidente
15. Stereotype – Camillus House
16. Amparo – Waiting For Winter
17. N4m3 – In the Midnight
18. Squelch & Displaced Paranormals – Planes Of Existence
19. Nymfo – Whenever You Need Me
20. Kutlo – Essence
21. Jon Convex – With You (Kid Drama Remix)
22. Incognito – Stuck In A Rut
23. Centrik & Soulculture – Understood
24. Simple Motions – Back Home
25. Total Science feat. Riya – Suspicious (Alix Perez Remix)
26. HoldTight – Equilibrium
27. Actraiser – Voyager
28. Fliwo – Keep Holding On (feat. Katie’s Ambition)
29. Bcee – Lost & Found (feat. Rocky Nti)
30. Halogenix – Take the Lead (feat. Zoe Klinck)
31. Fishy & Dan Guidance – Countless Hours
32. Anile – View Catcher
33. Phaze ft. Kamashe – Eternal Dream
34. Fishy – Life Is Listening (feat. Lady Emz)

Drum & Bass Weekly #12: September Symphonies Thu, 24 Oct 2013 13:29:55 +0000 Unlike previous mix from the “DNB Weekly” series by Doubt Logic, mix no. 12 is compiled from pretty sweet, pretty light and pretty liquid tunes.
No wonder the mix called “September symphonies”. A little bit of sadness, a little bit of happiness, everything you can get from warm september in Russia.
72 minutes, 30+ tracks.
Get ready for the names like Aquasion, mSdOs, Total Science, Sapphire, Phase, BCee, Soultec, Keeno, Euphorics, Funkware and many more.

<<★Meditate and dance with us!★>>

Drum & Bass Weekly #12: September Symphonies