Here’s wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I myself will be going on holiday to UK and then to the USA. In fact, I’m leaving on a flight in 2hrs as I write this.
To all my supporters, thank you so much for your downloads, and feedback throughout the year. The End Of Year Countdown set is the last mix you’ll see from me for 2009. I’m taking January off, so the next Universal Language installment will be in Feb, where hopefully by then I’ll have another guest mix lined up.
Have a safe holiday season, and I’ll see you all again in the new year.
Another year, and another massive event on Afterhours.FM. This year AH.FM continues the “End Of Year Countdown” finishing off 2009 with 300 of the worlds best Trance DJ’s. Once again I was lucky enough to be part of this event, and I share with you – my set.
You can view the promo video for the event here:
01 – Mr Pit vs Reflekt – Shana Needs To Feel Loved (DreamensioN Mashup)
02 – Oceanlab vs. Markus Schulz feat Andy Moor – Sirens Of The Daydream (Lifeless`s Mash Up)
03 – Luminary vs Summer_Sessions – Amsterdam By My Side (Matthew Peterson Mashup)
04 – 4 Strings vs Mike Foyle – Take Me To Pandora (Future Favourite Mashup)
05 – Karen Overton vs Perry O’Neil – Your Loving Bass Society (Lui Kay Mashup)
06 – Ronski Speed vs Oceanlab Feat. Justine Suissa – E.O.S. Satellite (Laptop DJ Mashup)
07 – Randy Boyer vs Armin van Buuren – Afterglow Shivers (Heatbeat mashup)
08 – Above & Beyond feat. Andy Moor vs. Sunlounger – Air For Life On The Terrace (Angel Dream Mashup)
09 – Peter Martijn Wijnia – Not The End vs. DJ Shah – Who Will Find Me (Armin van Buuren Mashup)
10 – Robert Miles vs Corona – Children Of The Night (Adz Mashup)
140mb zip, 320kb quality
Download DreamensioN - End Of Year Countdown 2009
Hey guys and welcome to Universal Language 031. In this months show I have a fantastic guest mix by DJ & Producer, 7 Skies.
This month I bring you a vocal melodic set, playing some awesome new tracks, and a couple of very special mashups. Be sure to keep an ear out for those. After my 1 hour set, 7 Skies hits the decks bringing you a brilliant trance set, featuring many beautiful tracks, including his own production.
Here is the info on 7 Skies….
While rolling landscapes, fine dining and traditional beauty might be the trademarks of the Italian experience, clubbers the world over would argue that Mr. David Boldini (better known as 7 Skies) is doing more for great first impressions than any gourmet dish or scenic vista ever could.
With influences ranging from Genesis to The Police and The Prodigy (and everyone in between), it would seem unlikely that young David would take up an interest in the far more niche genres of Trance and Progressive House. All it took was a few years and some sonic experimentation however, and not only had he founded his own Sound Design consultancy but the desire to produce and perform had tightened a firm grip around his heart (and wallet) – The rest as they say, is history.
Anyone with ears to the ground (or speakers) in recent years is sure to have heard his works in pretty regular rotation on any number of the top syndicated radio shows (“Trance Around The World” and “A State Of Trance”, to name a couple) or being played out to great critical and public acclaim by nearly every top jock worth his (or her) salt. From the pulsing and heated plucks of Passive Progressive’s “Hide Away” to the hypnotic but piercing modern-day classic “Anjunabeats Volume One”, David’s rock-solid body of work is get to grow with his next single “Caffeine”, slated for an early 2010 release on the legendary Anjunabeats imprint.
It’s hard to know what to expect from this exciting talent in the near future, but legions of devoted fans and DJs everywhere know to expect nothing but the finest quality in anything carrying the 7 Skies brand.
Visit 7 Skies @:
I found this handy bit of code, to suppress a task sequence notifications for an advertised task sequence. This can be particularly useful if you want to pre-stage computers with an OSD task sequence, but you don’t want users knowing about it and accidentally kicking off their own builds. This VBScript needs to be run on the server, as an administrator. Replace the strTSID number with the number of your own Task Sequence that you want to suppress notifications for. In this example, the task sequence ID is SCM00001. This bit of code can take a couple of minutes to complete, so be paitent.
strSMSServer = “.”strTSID = “SCM00001″
Set objLocator = CreateObject(“WbemScripting.SWbemLocator”)
Set objSCCM = objLocator.ConnectServer(strSMSServer, “rootsms”)
Set Providers = objSCCM.ExecQuery(“SELECT * From SMS_ProviderLocation WHERE ProviderForLocalSite = true”)
ForEach Provider in Providers
If Provider.ProviderForLocalSite = TrueThen
Set objSCCM = objLocator.ConnectServer(Provider.Machine, “rootsmssite_” & Provider.SiteCode)
Set objProgram = objSCCM.Get(“SMS_TaskSequencePackage.PackageID=’” & strTSID & “‘”)
ProgramFlags = objProgram.ProgramFlags
“Flag for “ & strTSID & ” currently set to “ & ProgramFlags
WScript.Echo “Adding 0×00000400 (COUNTDOWN. The countdown dialog is not displayed)”‘ see ConfigMgr SDK for details (“SMS_Program Server WMI Class”)
ProgramFlags = ProgramFlags + 1024
“Set flag to: “ & ProgramFlags
objProgram.ProgramFlags = ProgramFlags
You may have noticed the site has been down the last two days. This was due to the site being hacked. I think I have now fixed the vulnerability, and I hope it doesn’t happen again.
Anyway – we’re back in full swing now, and all the tunes are available for download. I’ll be putting up the latest Universal Language 031 this weekend.
Cheers and thanks again for your continued support.