General Midi
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General Midi

Biography

General Midi is a British breakbeat DJ. His real name is Paul Crossman. In an undated online interview, Crossman named Al Watson as a writing partner and engineer, who also works with him in the duo Starecase. General Midi has released ...

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Biography

General Midi is a British breakbeat DJ. His real name is Paul Crossman. In an undated online interview, Crossman named Al Watson as a writing partner and engineer, who also works with him in the duo Starecase.

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ABSINTHE
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Out of Control
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Get It Down (Bassline Mix)
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Get It Down (Bassline Mix)
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Get It Down
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4 Million Ways
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General Midi Biography

General Midi is a British breakbeat DJ. His real name is Paul Crossman. In an undated online interview, Crossman named Al Watson as a writing partner and engineer, who also works with him in the duo Starecase.

General Midi has released several singles on breaks labels including TCR and DJ Hyper. He released his debut artist album titled "Midi Style" on Distinct'ive Records in October 2005, and a follow up Operation Overdrive in 2009.

General Midi provided an hour-long guest mix and accompanying interview for Annie Nightingale's late night breaks show during the promotion of Operation Overdrive in 2009, during the interview Annie and Genral Midi discussed the use of non-sampled specifically recorded vocals used throughout Operation Overdrive (this being a rare feature in breakbeat music at the time).

General Midi's web site: http://www.generalmidi.co.uk

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