I hate to do updates but here we go
I have a new alias/artist name
its øbae, it doesn't mean jack but its a lot more grown up then my past nick. (Once I save up some money I'll get NG supporter and change it, until then I don't really care about it)
The social stuff
I have a Facebook page and also a website (which I'll use when my next stuff is out,its an LP wink wink). You can follow me there but also on my Soundcloud page. I also have an Instagram page where I rarely post anything due to me moving to another city, and having another artist name (not that I had any publicity to begin with). I am in the phase of learning live performances, not just DJ sets, but also building up sets so that it doesn't sound like it's one song for 1-2 hours.
My creative process and my style
Finally I managed to find a style and I'm so confident in it, that I started a full-scale project (commonly known as an LP). I achieved this by changing DAWs. I used to use FL Studio, and it's a great DAW, it gets things done and works wonders out of the box. What I had issues with is when you add some external stuff it starts to fall apart a bit. My main complaint was the problem with bouncing out clips delay by one sample and it can screw with your transients big time. The other was the (plugin) delay compensation, when I sidechained a track which had some delay compensation, it negated the compensation and stuff were out of sync. Now I use Live, It's not perfect, but the playlist and the track management is more logical and fits my style of work.
"new" LP (name pending)
It's not really new, it's my first one to be frank. It's a neurofunk-based experimental LP. Don't want to give much away but the first track is 9/4 and 181 BPM.
Also publishing wise, I'm thinking of going independent. It makes sense for me since It will be (or at least try to be) experimental (mainly I try to avoid 4/4 and get away with it, also do some interesting arps and stuff). CD baby looks like the best thing right now, but still have to do a ton of research.
Note that It probably won't be DJ friendly (but this gives me more creative freedom)