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Postby VOL-E » 17 Jan 2013, 19:08

Yes I have compression on vocals, but they have a little bit that white noise on the back, so was wondering if there is some tut to help removing them...
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Postby hsdjmatt » 18 Jan 2013, 08:03

Try using a gate effect
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Postby The Bleacher » 20 Jan 2013, 19:13

well I had this idea about trying to produce some frenchcore tracks but I don't really have any idea how to create the right sound samples, after some searching on the forums I didn't found any thing directly related to this topc.

so If its possible I wan't te request a Frenchcore basics and if possible advanced toturial

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Postby R3cl41m3r » 21 Jan 2013, 06:58

The Bleacher:well I had this idea about trying to produce some frenchcore tracks but I don't really have any idea how to create the right sound samples, after some searching on the forums I didn't found any thing directly related to this topc.

so If its possible I wan't te request a Frenchcore basics and if possible advanced toturial

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(I'm addicted to listening to frenchcore, but what I've tried yet sounded like cheap hardcore..)

I was just trying to attempt the same thing yesterday. Maybe learning how to make Early Hardstyle kicks could give you a good start.....
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Postby overstrike » 30 Jan 2013, 00:36

A decent Raw Kick Tutorial.

Yes, I know YT and the interwebz overall has some tutorials but overall they aren't that raw.

What I'm looking for is a tutorial for a kick like: B-Front/Frequencerz/Digital Punk. The real nasty shit.
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Postby R3cl41m3r » 30 Jan 2013, 07:45

overstrike:A decent Raw Kick Tutorial.

Yes, I know YT and the interwebz overall has some tutorials but overall they aren't that raw.

What I'm looking for is a tutorial for a kick like: B-Front/Frequencerz/Digital Punk. The real nasty shit.

Well, you could aim for lower frequencies, or add some Hardcore influences.
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Postby Zero Chance » 30 Jan 2013, 09:14

A Drum 'n, Bass Tutorial and how to make good sounding drums and some funky basslines :)
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Postby D-Verze » 30 Jan 2013, 11:38

VOL-E:Yes I have compression on vocals, but they have a little bit that white noise on the back, so was wondering if there is some tut to help removing them...


try a gate effect first, this one adds dynamics thus should help you get rid of low levelled white noise ;) then export, and eq/compress :)
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Postby TSHmusic » 01 Feb 2013, 15:48

Are there any good tutorials on hardcore kicks?
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Postby ljk32 » 01 Feb 2013, 15:58

TSHmusic:Are there any good tutorials on hardcore kicks?



But please don't think you need to use everything he's used to make them. Do your own thing, use that as a guideline.
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Postby Xenophase » 01 Feb 2013, 16:35

Could someone actually make a half decent Melody tutorial ? Some of the tuts on here don't explain the fundamentals and theory behind making melody like scales and chord progression. Took me over a month to find out what chord progression was :'( (BTW No hate to the people who already made a tut about melodies, they do help but aren't good enough to understand everything about a melody tbh)
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Postby ljk32 » 01 Feb 2013, 16:40

Xenophaze:Could someone actually make a half decent Melody tutorial ? Some of the tuts on here don't explain the fundamentals and theory behind making melody like scales and chord progression. Took me over a month to find out what chord progression was :'( (BTW No hate to the people who already made a tut about melodies, they do help but aren't good enough to understand everything about a melody tbh)

It's not that simple mate, it can't be taught through a short video tutorial. If you wanna learn theory and apply it to your stuff, it's gonna take a hell of a lot of reading and practicing - something that you can't learn over a simple video. There are thousands of tutorials on theory, and that applies to any form of music, so you wouldn't need a Hardstyle-specific one.
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Postby Jonas » 01 Feb 2013, 16:42

True, I mean it's even taught in schools and such... :)
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Postby Xenophase » 01 Feb 2013, 16:52

Yeah I guess so but its just so hard trying to find a website from searching Google or forum that actually explains this stuff and my school is shit when it comes to teaching music (6)
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Postby ljk32 » 01 Feb 2013, 16:54

Really? Dude, type in music theory lessons in Google and tell me you don't get results.

EDIT: Like, this surely covers everything? http://www.musictheory.net/lessons
And that's assuming you don't get tired of reading the entire thing.
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