Contact & FAQ

Contact and feedback is always welcome.



Dirk Murschall
Gro├če Freiheit 61
22767 Hamburg

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A netlabel (also online label, web label, digi label, MP3 label or download label) is a record label that distributes its music directly over the Internet using digital audio formats (such as MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC or WAV). While similar in many ways to traditional record labels, netlabels typically emphasise free online distribution, often under licences that encourage the sharing of works (e.g. Creative Commons licences), and artists often retain copyright. They were quite popular in the early 2000s.

No, there is no specific meaning to the name [in]anace.

What happened to
Well, it’s been gone since 2016, and then a domain grabber did its job. But the Wayback Machine did it’s job too.

What is your gear?
Software: Traktor DJ Studio
Sound: Terratec Phase 26
Hardware: M-Audio X-Session Pro

Software: Traktor Pro 3
Hardware: Traktor Kontrol S2

Is there a difference between your home mixes and club mixes?
Yes, club mixes are faster, meaning tracks are mixed quite quickly (changing every 2-3 minutes) and there is more use of EQ and kill switches. Home-recorded mixes are smoother with long fades and generally more relaxed, even though they are dancefloor tracks. Most of the mixes on this site are home-recorded.

Do you really only use free (Creative Commons) music?
For the mixes on this site: yes. But not every track is licensed under a CC licence, some tracks are just published on the web for free without any special licence. When playing in a club: commercial music is also played, but it is always a minor part.