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Postby Netris » 21 Oct 2016, 21:49

Still working on that kick. Added a bit more distortion and a better punch.

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Postby Netris » 23 Oct 2016, 03:24

I think the kick is done now. I'm pretty happy with the result :)

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Postby Phazon » 30 Oct 2016, 06:12



Tried to make a kick similar to Noisecontroller's kick in Scared, ended up with something more Atmozfears.

Netris, on your last kick:

Definitively improving over your last kicks.
The character of the tail needs to fall away a bit more towards the end of the kick imo. The character is a little strange, but you're on the right track. The tok has the characteristics that a tok should, but is a bit squelchy compared to modern toks. You've got the kick formula down, just need to work on getting the sound you want out of your distortions, polish and practice practice practice.

djspeed:

Has a nice character and punch. Not a fan of the low-end having a different rhythm though.

The balance of the kick is a bit off, but that might be the mix down. It sounds like a liveset, too many highs, not enough low-mids, just sounds weird. Could be the rhythm of the low-end compared to the character of the kick, though.

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Postby BassInstinct1 » 03 Nov 2016, 17:22



Trying to create a more rawish type of kick.. It seems like it needs a little bit more punch/tok if you look at the waveform, or what do you guys think?

I've also sampled a fart... yes a FART and literally distorted the shit out of it and it became the punch/tok of my kick :D

@Phazon
it sure sounds like an Atomsfearz kick, good job!
I'd try to give the punch of your kick a little bit more thump and the tail could need some more distortion. But I think that's just my personal taste :P
All in all it's a great kick and you can use it in tracks for sure.
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Postby Snap » 04 Jan 2017, 20:15

Phazon: Dunno what to say about that, to my ears it's as usable as any pro kick. Good job!

Bass Instinct: I like the tok, but I'd personally add a new tail. The current one doesn't sound present enough to me. I'd love to hear what it sounds like with the tok reversed in the tail as well.

Here is my new raw kick


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Postby Undecided » 15 Jan 2017, 16:51



Only my second kick! Don't know what to make of the melody just cooked it up with in a hour :p
Wanting some constructive criticism if needed!

@Netris Nice I like the wet sound vibes to it , if i'm correctly saying. Needs more of a thump I feel.

@Phazon that is sweet nearly identical to the original , keep it up!

@Bassinstinct I feel like it needs more of a bang like a gunshot. I like the bouncy bass to it though!

@Snap Nice raw kick , love that bass sound reminds me of radical!
Feel like your eurphoic kick needs more mids and a stronger tok!
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Postby djspeed87 » 18 Jan 2017, 14:54

@ snap - very very good raw kick
@ undecided - more dist and work kick

my last raw kick
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Postby The RaveN » 18 Jan 2017, 17:01

djspeed87:@ snap - very very good raw kick
@ undecided - more dist and work kick

my last raw kick


There is something off with the bass and the tok. The tok changes pitch abruptly when it decay, but I don't really know how to describe it. It might just be the way you pitch the kick (maybe too early?).
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Postby Andrek » 24 Jan 2017, 14:40

@ Undecided kick needs more work, IMO it needs more highs and mids, try and layer it abit more :) and oh btw it sounds like you are pitching the whole kick instead of just the tail. dont do that. keep it up!
@ djspeed87 i like it alot!, very nice kick man.. maybe give the punch more highs? :dance:

so i just started "producing" again after 1 year of absence :)
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Postby NRx Hardstyle » 24 Jan 2017, 15:13

@Andrek, the mixdown of the kick is kinda wierd, the tok lacks punch in mids and highs, the tail lacks a bit mids. Otherwise its a good start!
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Postby Snap » 26 Jan 2017, 13:17

djspeed - That is sick, completely my taste in kicks. I'd probably not do much to it, maybe a little more high end?
Andrek - That's sounding nice. There is something slightly off, maybe too much low end. Oh, and the punch needs a bit more of a click imo.

Still working on a new 'normal' kick. Why are they so much harder to make than raw ones :(

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Postby djspeed87 » 01 Feb 2017, 19:51

@ andrek : nice melody :D The kick is nice,for me more punch
@ Snap : nice pitch kick,good raw KICK
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Postby leeroy » 01 Feb 2017, 20:02

@djspeed87 your kicks sound really nicely compressed, how many compressors do you use? or is it just one on the whole kick?
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Postby djspeed87 » 02 Feb 2017, 13:21

leeroy:@djspeed87 your kicks sound really nicely compressed, how many compressors do you use? or is it just one on the whole kick?

one compressor
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Postby Sequencer » 04 Feb 2017, 06:52

@djspeed87

That is a well done kick, mate.
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