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THE VAULT of the Wednesday Walkdown

Ryan David Proudly utilizes:

Behringer DDM 4000, American Audio Radius 3000, M-Audio O2, Traktor Scratch Pro 2,Gateway 8gb ram, AMD Quadcore, ESI GigaPort, Pioneer 1200 Mk2 Turntable, Sony earbud headphones, M-Audio Midisport Uno. 

The Wednesday Walkdown is the weekly radio program of DJ Ryan David. The show has been on the airwaves for over 2 years. Still in its early stages, the show has had artists and producers from around the world. We focus on bringing you the freshest beats from techno and minimal, to electro and techhouse and even progressive and breaks. The 100th Episode was amazing with good friend DJ SOTA, the man who was the first ever guest mix. Now almost 4 years into the Walkdown, we are coming upon Episode # 200!

The show airs every Wednesday from 7-10pm central time. Ryan David opens each set, then every week there is a guest DJ from somewhere around the world from 8-9 then Ryan finishes off the show with another amazing live mix.

Ryan has been a DJ for over 13 years in radio and over 8 years DJing electronic dance music. His musical influences span from everything from punk rock and screamcore, to classical, jazz and classic rock. He grew up traveling around the northern midwest US with a Christian musical group that his father played the drums and mother ran the sound. From this experience he started playing the piano at a very young age, then moved up the ladder into the trumpet, guitar, bass guitar, baritone, tuba and drums.

Since falling in love with the sounds of ATB (Andre Tanneberger) his interests turned to trance music. Then he started attending many events from the Sound-in-Motion crew from Minneapolis his passion grew and grew. In 2004 he bought his first cheap pair of turntables and a few records, the rest is history. Today he runs the Wednesday Walkdown as a tribute to his various musical influences. Once only spinning trance, now you can hear him every week play techno, minimal, techhouse, electro, house and progressive, with some breakbeat for some flavor.

      

 



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