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Postby Doctor Dave » 28 Dec 2017, 14:48

Becoming a parody of yourself is unintentional, and I think tracks of his that could fall under this are indeed intentional, so parody wouldn't be the right word, no. I think these tracks are about having a bit of fun with the sound rather than making fun of it, so not an intentional parody either. [/imo]

I will agree about the mastering though, what on earth is going on there :O

(and not saying all the tracks are good either, rather my 2 cents about terminology :+ )
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Postby P.L.K » 28 Dec 2017, 17:09

I can't stand that "monkeytempo rawstyle" or whatever youtube channel
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Postby Double-T » 28 Dec 2017, 19:54

The Alpha² Remix of Tonight is to me one of the best tracks of the last decades, and still gives me the chills every time I hear it. And how much it still gets played is awesome.
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Postby thePastworld » 28 Dec 2017, 20:13

P.L.K:I can't stand that "monkeytempo rawstyle" or whatever youtube channel

+1
It ruins every song lol
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Postby niconietom » 28 Dec 2017, 20:49

thePastworld:
P.L.K:I can't stand that "monkeytempo rawstyle" or whatever youtube channel

+1
It ruins every song lol

+2 it's awful :sick: :sick: :sick:
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Postby lilfrenchidiot » 28 Dec 2017, 20:51

Double-T:The Alpha² Remix of Tonight is to me one of the best tracks of the last decades, and still gives me the chills every time I hear it. And how much it still gets played is awesome.



I'll add that I think that both this remix and the new follow up are much better than the original Tonight
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Postby Emre » 28 Dec 2017, 20:53

lilfrenchidiot:
Double-T:The Alpha² Remix of Tonight is to me one of the best tracks of the last decades, and still gives me the chills every time I hear it. And how much it still gets played is awesome.



I'll add that I think that both this remix and the new follow up are much better than the original Tonight


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Postby Gommes_ » 29 Dec 2017, 18:01

^He is right. The Alpha Twins Remix is much better than the original "Tonight".

More things to add:

- Most melodies before 2011/2012 were bad, cheesy as hell and nowhere as good as tracks that came out later.
- The first tries in pitching a kick were horrible and I think we are back at that stage again.
- HHZ was best one or two years before he left the scene.
- I never got the "golden era" shit in hardstyle. Who decided that? Shouldn't it be the beginning of that style,
due to a pioneer spirit, so like ~2003?
- Hardstyle is a bad genre for albums. It always lacks a concept
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Postby John Cove » 29 Dec 2017, 18:13

Gommes_:^He is right. The Alpha Twins Remix is much better than the original "Tonight".

More things to add:


- The first tries in pitching a kick were horrible and I think we are back at that stage again.


What is even worse is that producers do this on purpose nowadays. Sub Zero Project is crossing borders IMO, sometimes it sounds really "amateurish":



Sounds terrible :sick:
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Postby dhamiri_k » 29 Dec 2017, 19:09

Gommes_:- Hardstyle is a bad genre for albums. It always lacks a concept


my thoughts on this, the new Audiofreq's Audiology seems have a concept on its own, although it dosen't 100% Hardstyle for me in the content, it's 100% Audiofreq. So it's concept more like "what an artist like him can do to break boundaries, fuck following the trends and be true to yourself".

At least that's what I can see.
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Postby niconietom » 29 Dec 2017, 19:13

dhamiri_k:
Gommes_:- Hardstyle is a bad genre for albums. It always lacks a concept


my thoughts on this, the new Audiofreq's Audiology seems have a concept on its own, although it dosen't 100% Hardstyle for me in the content, it's 100% Audiofreq. So it's concept more like "what an artist like him can do to break boundaries, fuck following the trends and be true to yourself".

At least that's what I can see.

Check Phuture Noize's album (L)
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Postby niconietom » 29 Dec 2017, 19:15

RVAGE remix of From The Rain is WAAAAY better than the original.
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Postby ceero » 29 Dec 2017, 19:20

Gotta love how much butthurt does this thread generate :+
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Postby Mell » 29 Dec 2017, 20:11

I love the triplet reverse bass. Sadly not used much these days.

Hhz remix of Her Voice is worse than the original.
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Postby Gommes_ » 29 Dec 2017, 20:32

niconietom:
dhamiri_k:
Gommes_:- Hardstyle is a bad genre for albums. It always lacks a concept


my thoughts on this, the new Audiofreq's Audiology seems have a concept on its own, although it dosen't 100% Hardstyle for me in the content, it's 100% Audiofreq. So it's concept more like "what an artist like him can do to break boundaries, fuck following the trends and be true to yourself".

At least that's what I can see.

Check Phuture Noize's album (L)


I did and I love it! Even own a physical edition. Same with both Audiofreq albums. Amazing artists who made
outstanding albums but compared to other genres it still has no concept. Or let's say barely, at least for me.

@John Cove I totally agree.
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