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Postby Nuracore » 09 Aug 2011, 00:16

The Beholder Meets Dj Zany - Euphoria can be pitched till 170 withou sounding awfull :) great track for a Hardcore transition ;)
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Postby SCH » 09 Aug 2011, 16:27

Nah. Stuff like Thera - In Between or Who Wants This is a way better transition. Euphoria doesn't sound hardcoreish at all...
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Postby Reverser » 09 Aug 2011, 16:35

Or you can find hardcore stuff that bpm is similar to hardstyle, although usually only industrial has tracks around 150 bpm and therefore it's way to hard to match. Crypsis stuff is great to pitch at least to 160bpm, or High Voltage & B-Front - Everything Starts or Toneshifterz & Bioweapon - Dead Of The Night, just some mine examples

PS I play 90% of time 154bpm, apart from that occasionally i change pitch if i have mix that has some special idea
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Postby Subject Zero » 09 Aug 2011, 16:50

Cant remember if i posted before, but i play at 154 or 156. Depends what tracks im playing, personally i love early hs at these speeds, it sounds so cool :fist:, but yeah usually 154
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Postby ceero » 09 Aug 2011, 17:11

Maybe i'm weird, but there are tunes which sound the best slowed down. Tuneboy - Demolition for example is really dope at 140 bpm imo. Let's that huge bassline walk much better imo.
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Postby Shrapnel » 09 Aug 2011, 17:16

ceero:Maybe i'm weird, but there are tunes which sound the best slowed down. Tuneboy - Demolition for example is really dope at 140 bpm imo. Let's that huge bassline walk much better imo.


nahh some tunes sound way better at original bpm

my sets normally range from 152 - 154 i'd say, perfect for a good dance
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Postby Terrapin » 18 Aug 2011, 15:20

I'm gonna try and do a spin off on what ceero talked about a couple of posts above me...

What do you think about slowing tracks down?
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Postby Qwertz » 19 Aug 2011, 21:17

Nuracore:The Beholder Meets Dj Zany - Euphoria can be pitched till 170 withou sounding awfull :) great track for a Hardcore transition ;)


no way, pitching tracks with a strong melody ( like euphoria ) that much really destroys the track imo...
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Postby kasper_flip » 21 Aug 2011, 15:34

I personally play at 148-152 for Early Hardstyle (generally at 150) and about 140-146 for Hard Trance.
Most early hardstyle will not go above 152 anyway (on vinyl @ 8%)
Once you go above 155 for HS it sounds shit anyway and people cant dance to it properly (i'm talking dance, not 'jump up and down' like they seem to do in holland :P)
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Postby bombshel » 08 Sep 2011, 00:53

I spin around 75 or 145...Sometimes I go faster, but I've found it's hard to dance to. Here's a mix at around 75 bpm. http://tylerdhart.podomatic.com/player/ ... 1_46-07_00
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Postby The Bazterd » 16 Sep 2011, 23:15

i dont see any problem speeding it up if its for fun, to practice new ideas.. when im having a serious listen/mix, i tend to stay true to the original bpm.
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