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- Name: Richard Lane
- MySpace: https://myspace.com/djsilverhardcore
- Instagram: https://instagram.com/ukhardcore
Richard Lane, better known as DJ Silver, is an Australian commissioned artist associated with UK Hardcore. Lane is based in Tokyo, Japan.
Lane made his BEMANI debut in 2001 with the release of DDRMAX -DanceDanceRevolution 6thMIX-.
- DJ Silver has produced every KONAMI original song or remix that involved the following artists: Nicholas Adam, Fracus, Andy Littlewood, Milo, Lisa Abbott, Comet, Mark Coupe, Sam Gonzalez, Maylene, PureFocus, Nufoundation, Impact, UFO, Al Storm, Ruffage, Joey Riot, Cube::Hard, Alison Wade, TONI LEO, Epidemik, Unique, Cally & Juice, FRAZ, Becca Hossany, and Danceforze.
- DJ Silver is credited for producing the DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA Limited Edition Music Sampler, the DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA Limited Edition Walmart Music Sampler and DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA/ULTRAMIX4 Limited Edition Music Sampler CDs. These CDs were produced by former Konami USA staffer Jason Enos.
- From DanceDanceRevolution promotional discs, DJ Silver produced the following remixes: Star Gate Heaven(Fracus' Crazy Chill Mix), Flow(The Acolyte's Zero Tolerance Remix Extended), Flow(Unique's Direction Mix), Fascination MAXX (Cally & Juice's Maxximum Overload Mix), My Only Shining Star(PureFocus Extended Remix), My Only Shining Star (Danceforze Dance To Death Mix), INNOCENCE OF SILENCE (The Sparky Forbidden Remix), and INNOCENCE OF SILENCE(Cube::Hard's Not So Innocent Mix).
- Jason particularly liked Flow (Zero Tolerance Remix), and asked the arranger to make it even more "pumping".
- DJ Silver directed the voiceover recording sessions for the HOTTEST PARTY series alongside Stillwind (at separate times) live over the internet with the voiceover artist in a recording studio in London. The first recording session was recorded on 28th June 2010 and resulted in 1,747 variations and 24 outtakes recorded. There was also a second voiceover recording done at a later time, with a female voiceover with 1,440 variations and 20 outtakes recorded. The female voiceovers were not used in HOTTEST PARTY, but were ultimately used in DanceMasters / DanceEvolution.
- DJ Silver