• Dizzy

    Damn. I just renewed my subscription. It was good mag. I love the online stuff – DJ Tech Tools included – but there are times (many times) when I want to hold some paper in my hand, find a quiet spot and read without having to f around with a mouse and keyboard. If this is a sign of things to come, I guess I should hold off on renewing subscriptions to Keyboard and EM. R.I.P.

  • http://www.ome-les.com tekki

    It's sad to hear, on the other hand, time to progress.

    Let's push things forward!

    (I'm sure E is going to!)

  • ss714ss

    sad news….

  • http://www.corporation.tk corporation

    I really enjoyed REMIX mag over the years, sad to see it bite the dust. :(

    It always had really informing articles and I actually used some of their tips…

    I guess times are a changing…

    so glad your column morphed to DJTT!

  • Darrel

    Damn I was about to ask my girl for a subscription for Christmas . Really sad news . Hopefully it gives life to newer and better things .

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    [quote comment="15401"]Hey Everyone,

    You can find Ean's Video of 2005 WWDC at:

    http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jun/wwdc2005/m

    Its real cool!

    Peace,[/quote]

    thats only the first keynote- my presentation was during the 2nd one. Did you happen to find that as well?

  • http://domas.podomatic.com Domas

    Traditional media is hurting period… Tribune just filed for bankruptcy. The future is online. Lets just hope there is money to be made for online publishers or we will all loose out in the long run!

  • http://www.djnvidida.info Dj Nvidia

    Hey Everyone,

    You can find Ean's Video of 2005 WWDC at:

    http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jun/wwdc2005/m

    Its real cool!

    Peace,

  • http://otherwiseband.com Dj Lock Mess

    This is a complete shock! I have been a subscriber to remix for 5+ years. Its the only Mag I subscribe to, and I look forward to it every month. Dj TechTools has been my online choice for the past year, and I thank you Ean for that. I'm glad that this site is booming and will continue. Its been a ruff week,no more Remix,and to top it off, my Macbook, with my Rane mixer and Traktor was just stolen out of my car, so now I'm out all three..wait four with Remix. Dj TechTools will be my saving grace during these trying times. Thank you again Ean for a great site.-DJ Lock Mess

  • http://www.myspace.com/bentosan BentoSan

    This article was sad, but in other ways it was also nice to see the evolution of media. Really nice write up Ean, sorry to hear about the loss of your article.

  • Anonymous

    [quote comment=""]So will you also stop posting articles for djtechtools or will you continue.

    I hope so I don't want them to stop[/quote]

    As Ean says in the opening paragraph, "Dj TechTools has picked up where the column left off providing information that would have never been possible in a print mag."

  • djxsquizet

    So will you also stop posting articles for djtechtools or will you continue.

    I hope so I don't want them to stop

  • luv2xra

    Holy cow I was with my girlfriend looking for remix at Fry's electronics. I couldnt find it, probably because they stop distributing it. Either way weird, this sucks. But at the same this does embarks us into a new journey, were the internet will become our print form. I check this website 10 times a day for any new post or the forums, something the print form cannot offer me anymore. We want our news to be interactive and live. Mr. Golden move us to a new direction while we prepare the journey.

  • http://www.thebulkdump.com Mr. Tunes

    oh man, i'm sorry to hear that another great american music mag is dropping off. other closed ventures include MC2 and Future Music (US Edition).

    i think it's a little ironic in your case though, your column has focused on taking an artform on to the computer platform, and i presume that all these tech blogs have played a part in hurting the printed magazine industry as people are getting this info fed to them daily and picking up new tricks on youtube.

    regardless though i think these factors can never be the source of blame especially when the economy is taking a huge tumble as it is.

    i always felt that Remix Mag could've used an accompanying CD-ROM like the UK ones do. not sure if they used to, but i think making films is a big part of educating people on electronic music. we have to be able to see and hear the content in these magazines.

    if there's anything positive though, i think it's great that you were able to get your own community going before this happened. it might not have been easy to pick up the pieces and start this project *after* the magazine went under.