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Postby Almanac » 28 May 2011, 21:32

Let's get one of these going :)

Hardcore kicks are pretty different from HS kicks, rarely any pitches and a really raw sound unlike the thick hardstyle kicks. Let's share our kicks here :)

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- Give feedback to the person above you before posting your own snippet.
- Upload to a site where you don't have to download the file.

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Postby dj-e-asylum » 29 May 2011, 01:09

sound cloud (normal quality) zippy is bad quality :O here is my kick in 5 MicroTonic layer omicide & iZotope in distortion, and thousands of eq (this is my first kick pros)
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Postby LiamChristopherShenk » 29 May 2011, 03:24

@dj-e-asylum nice kick man! this makes me want to try out hardcore >:D
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Postby SCH » 29 May 2011, 10:12

Kick lacks power and drive ;)
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Postby Imil » 29 May 2011, 14:32

I think it could use some more power too.

I don't make mainstream Hardcore all too much anymore, so here's what I got:



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Postby dj-e-asylum » 29 May 2011, 22:31

CrankMusik : Try it, it can be fun, I personally love hardcore

SCH : It takes more than just bass frequency,

Imil : You have filtered your most kick a can, and also removed the flanger on your kick, try filterbank 3
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Postby Imil » 29 May 2011, 22:58

dj-e-asylum:
Imil : You have filtered your most kick a can,


Not sure what you mean by that.
Also; I like the flanger as means of an intro :3
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Postby Lost Origin » 30 May 2011, 00:12

@dj-e-asylum, the kick is a bit older sounding (2005ish), not a bad thing tho! :D


Kick off my last finished tune:
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Postby JensJacobsen » 30 May 2011, 15:22

lost origin; sounds great and there is good energy in it :)

heavy kick I work with
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Postby joeyjoey » 30 May 2011, 19:03

@JensJacobsen , Sounds really professional! Gj :)
Btw, in many (almost all) hardcore tracks , you hear some kind of "noise" on the background.
Same with your kick , what is it exactly ?

here's an example of my hardcore kick :

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Postby dj-e-asylum » 31 May 2011, 14:30

Imit : I think the flanger should remain a mix of tools are used much more flanger in composition because it can make a bad sound at times, that is why we play a lot with the filter.

Lost origins : as the year 2005 you mean?

joeyjoey : Your kick is really nice.
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Postby ripps » 04 Jun 2011, 22:19

joeyjoey: i love your kick, i dont really know what fedback to give cos its so nice :)

mine....not as good, i was goin for a RTC style

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Postby Imil » 05 Jun 2011, 13:31

Here's a tip; don't "go for *xxx*'s style", make something of your own.
And if you're gonna take inspiration from others, find an artist that is not utter shit like RTC is now. ;)
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Postby Lost Origin » 06 Jun 2011, 01:08

Imil:Here's a tip; don't "go for *xxx*'s style", make something of your own.
And if you're gonna take inspiration from others, find an artist that is not utter shit like RTC is now. ;)


hahahaha! sacrilege!!! can't agree with you more tho, whats the point in having yet another wank angerfish copy :) distort the boundries, hardcore doesnt need "rules" so do what YOU want to hear _O_
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Postby TJOAudio » 17 Jun 2011, 04:37

joey awesome kick ! :D best one on here so far in my opinion

haha bpm at 190 :D
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