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Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Chapter One [Q-Dance]

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Postby Bomberz » 15 Jul 2016, 14:13

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Postby ceero » 15 Jul 2016, 14:16

I dont feel like i own the actual track with radio version, i feel like i have a converted youtube preview. Interesting or important parts are often left out from radio versions, Holding On here for example is completely missing the intro.
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Postby Bomberz » 15 Jul 2016, 14:26

Wow the Rocked Up edit is fucking epic :O :dance: :dance:
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Postby John Cove » 15 Jul 2016, 16:24

Great release, stupid radio edits!

EDIT: Het Gevoel Van & The Game are my fav. tracks this year so far, just massive!
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Postby Kyro0 » 15 Jul 2016, 17:30

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Zonic:Why is it so important with full versions? Are all of you DJ'ing or what?


that's what I asked myself tbh, the Radio edits feature everything (except the useless DJ Intro / I mean useless for listening)


IMO that's exactly the problem with nowadays intros, many are just completely forgettable and boring. It feels like many DJs just treat intros like they're a necessity or an obligation. Intros don't seem to act like a buildup anymore, DJs just seem to add them to make it easier to mix your track or something. And if you just want to listen to those tracks at home, you don't need an intro - because they're boring anyway. I mean, they're basically just a kick with some random sounds ontop (especially some recent Noisecontrollers-tracks).

For example, Technoboy's Guns 'N' Noses (Supa Bass Mix) still has one of my favourite intros...

And as a DJ, shouldn't you be at least a bit concerned, if nobody wants to listen to your intro/outro?
Also if you ask me, there's really something wrong with your track, if your radio-edit isn't even getting close to the 2 minute mark.

And to stay somewhat ontopic: Savannah basically has the same intro as Destruction :+
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Postby NICK9656 » 15 Jul 2016, 17:38

Het Gevoel Van, See The Light & Rocked Up (Live Edit) (L)
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Postby dylannn » 16 Jul 2016, 10:44

It's a self-enforcing loop with the radio edits

Not much effort put into intros -> "DJs only" mindset -> seen as unnecessary -> radio edits become more popular -> less effort again in the intros

I've said it before, but for any track to be truly memorable or a work of art, it needs to be complete...almost all other forms of dance music have worthwhile intros don't they (hard trance, ambient, etc). While I like Noisecontrollers, it almost feels like a 'cheap' win on their part - the 3 minute formula is just that; a successful formula. Rarely unique/artful even if it gets the job done

Oh well
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Postby John Cove » 16 Jul 2016, 10:51

2. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - See The Light 8,5/10
3. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Holding On 8/10
4. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Glitch 8/10
5. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Het Gevoel Van 9,5/10
6. Noisecontrollers - Savannah 8,5/10
7. Bass Modulators - Shadows 7,5/10
8. Noisecontrollers - The Game 10/10

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Postby SarahKerrigan » 16 Jul 2016, 12:32

If it's for streaming (Spotify and so on) I dont really mind Radio Edits, if I'm going on a trip somewhere I'd rather have radio edits (or mixed material preferrably) but for at home listening/mixing I just stay away from radio edits. Streaming sure, but if you're going to release something then release the full product, great tracks though! Just that "tiny" little detail about not getting the full tracks that completely ruins this for me
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Postby Gommes_ » 16 Jul 2016, 15:40

Bomberz:Wow the Rocked Up edit is fucking epic :O :dance: :dance:


Yep, the new intro is soo incredible! _O_
I hear home in that bass
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Postby macdz » 16 Jul 2016, 16:38

SarahKerrigan:If it's for streaming (Spotify and so on) I dont really mind Radio Edits, if I'm going on a trip somewhere I'd rather have radio edits (or mixed material preferrably) but for at home listening/mixing I just stay away from radio edits. Streaming sure, but if you're going to release something then release the full product, great tracks though! Just that "tiny" little detail about not getting the full tracks that completely ruins this for me

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Postby leeroy » 16 Jul 2016, 17:28

John Cove:2. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - See The Light 8,5/10
3. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Holding On 8/10
4. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Glitch 8/10
5. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Het Gevoel Van 9,5/10
6. Noisecontrollers - Savannah 8,5/10
7. Bass Modulators - Shadows 7,5/10
8. Noisecontrollers - The Game 10/10

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why do you rate The Game 10/10? Its a cool track but.. nothing too original there and it's not as honorable as older nc tracks were, just what I think.
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Postby leeroy » 16 Jul 2016, 17:38

dylannn:It's a self-enforcing loop with the radio edits

Not much effort put into intros -> "DJs only" mindset -> seen as unnecessary -> radio edits become more popular -> less effort again in the intros

I've said it before, but for any track to be truly memorable or a work of art, it needs to be complete...almost all other forms of dance music have worthwhile intros don't they (hard trance, ambient, etc). While I like Noisecontrollers, it almost feels like a 'cheap' win on their part - the 3 minute formula is just that; a successful formula. Rarely unique/artful even if it gets the job done

Oh well


Have to agree.. then again, their career is based on reinforcing their brand, they have to continue going whether they have inspiration or not and the masses will always buy in to it no matter what
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Postby John Cove » 16 Jul 2016, 17:54

leeroy:
John Cove:2. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - See The Light 8,5/10
3. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Holding On 8/10
4. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Glitch 8/10
5. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Het Gevoel Van 9,5/10
6. Noisecontrollers - Savannah 8,5/10
7. Bass Modulators - Shadows 7,5/10
8. Noisecontrollers - The Game 10/10

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why do you rate The Game 10/10? Its a cool track but.. nothing too original there and it's not as honorable as older nc tracks were, just what I think.


I think the melody is one of the best he ever did. Also the vocals have some real magic :fist:
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Postby leeroy » 16 Jul 2016, 19:29

John Cove:
leeroy:
John Cove:2. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - See The Light 8,5/10
3. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Holding On 8/10
4. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Glitch 8/10
5. Noisecontrollers & Bass Modulators - Het Gevoel Van 9,5/10
6. Noisecontrollers - Savannah 8,5/10
7. Bass Modulators - Shadows 7,5/10
8. Noisecontrollers - The Game 10/10

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why do you rate The Game 10/10? Its a cool track but.. nothing too original there and it's not as honorable as older nc tracks were, just what I think.


I think the melody is one of the best he ever did. Also the vocals have some real magic :fist:

Fair enough. ;) there is something nice about it, have to admit.
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