Discography of Ronny Pries:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Vektorschall||3||One Touch Records|
|2||Tracked Romance||2||2001||Forte Records|
|3||Through The Fog||3||2003-07-30||T-minus|
|5||Fuckin' Swearz||3||2004-02-07||Bash Again!|
|7||Click And Chord Discount||17||2004-12-05||Realaudio|
|8||Distant Paths Extracts||3||2005||_rohformat|
|9||Clicks vs Kicks 1:1||34||2007-02-04||Zimmer-Records|
|10||Click And Chord Discount||17||2004-12-05||Realaudio|
|11||Fuckin' Swearz||3||2004||Bash Again!|
Producing and DJing since 1991, Ronny Pries is one of the last remaining forces of raw Techno to come out of his hometown Hamburg. His music has graced such labels as Supersitition Records, Forte Records, Bash Again & Thinner.
His boundary defiant vision of Djing has found significant exposure at an eclectic variety of clubs, venues, and festivals, including the Tresor/Berlin, MS Stubnitz, Objekt/Dresden, Pudel/Hamburg, Uebel & Gefaehrlich/Hamburg, Club Prag/Stuttgart, Love Parade '98, Norberg Festival '02, and TMBase Festival/Romania '10. Additionally, he has served as a resident DJ at Unit III/HH from '97 to '99, and Vorspiel/HH from '04 to '06.
Pries has also been a driving force in the netaudio movement since its early days in the mid '90s. His tracker-based labels Schleudertrauma and _rohformat were precursors for the scene to come, featuring artists such as Dave Ellesmere, Bauri, Dupont, Ronald van Aggelen, Danny Andersen, Sascha Mueller, and more.
His disregard-for-limits style of DJing and involvement in the scene caught the eye of Native Instruments. Official mixes made by Pries shipped with the 2.x versions of Traktor DJ Studio and Final Scratch.
An obsession with achieving purely software-based music production lead Pries to be among the first wave of producers to take his hardware experience and successfully reproduce previously hardware-exclusive sounds in software -- long before VST was established as a standard. In 2003 he teamed up with AudioRealism to develop the world's first virtual TB-303 -- the highly-acclaimed "Bass Line" -- used by artists like KiNK, K-Alexi, Rob Acid and much more.