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acidfluxxbass
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  05:35:17  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit acidfluxxbass's homepage  Reply with quote
well, in that case I can only defend my tastes... I generally prefer music with more happening and more atmosphere than simplicity..

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silver
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  08:55:03  Show profile View artist profile  Send a private message  Visit silver's homepage  Reply with quote
I don't think you should comment on a sample pack if you are not a producer:p



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Meathead
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  09:02:53  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Meathead's homepage  Reply with quote
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?

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acidfluxxbass
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  09:08:40  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit acidfluxxbass's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



£10er


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Trimms
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  10:51:58  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Trimms's homepage  Reply with quote
I guarantee its worth pirating at the least... who doesn't want to add tools to their toolbox? It's called audio editing, and I'm sure these are some fine samples. You're only limiting yourself by not at the least previewing it.
Also it is okay to defend your tastes but to laugh at this sample pack before you have even looked into it is just silly. These guys know what they're doing, or they wouldn't be famous. It is okay to be famous in this genre, did you know that? Even if the fame reaches outside of internet message boards, that's okay too!


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Edited by - Trimms on 2009/10/29 10:52:33
Dain-Ja
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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  20:55:41  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Dain-Ja's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



Based on the samples I heard, it's a pretty weak pack... But I'm sure there's some gold in it.



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Posted - 2009/10/29 :  21:19:09  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit CiALiN's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dain-Ja:
quote:
Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



Based on the samples I heard, it's a pretty weak pack... But I'm sure there's some gold in it.





i agree there always will be something useful...maybe some nice shhhhhhhhnnnnares



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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  01:34:10  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Hard2Get's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dain-Ja:
quote:
Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



Based on the samples I heard, it's a pretty weak pack... But I'm sure there's some gold in it.





Depends entirely on the producer. Samples alone have nothing intrinsic about them that can make them either be good or bad samples, it's purely what can be done with them.


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Jackol
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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  04:57:10  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Jackol's homepage  Reply with quote
In response to the thread title,
NO




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Dain-Ja
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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  11:59:45  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Dain-Ja's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Hard2Get:
quote:
Originally posted by Dain-Ja:
quote:
Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



Based on the samples I heard, it's a pretty weak pack... But I'm sure there's some gold in it.





Depends entirely on the producer. Samples alone have nothing intrinsic about them that can make them either be good or bad samples, it's purely what can be done with them.



Actually, yeah there is plenty that can be bad: noisy, overcompressed, badly EQ'd, big reverb tail, layered with random sounds, etc.


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Triquatra
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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  12:20:28  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Triquatra's homepage  Reply with quote
that could be the "sample" your after!

..specially if you were making some glitch or somthing..

personally
"noisy_overcompressed_badly_EQd_big_reverb_tail_layered_with_random_sounds.wav" is one of my favorite samples to use in some of my more obscure ambient tracks..
though i tend to place some more reverb on it and lower its volume, the sound of dieing chicken tends to be a little obtruse..

*additition*
in answer to the topic title, "no thankyou, unless we're talkin pre-2000 :P"


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Edited by - Triquatra on 2009/10/30 12:26:12
Smoogie
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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  12:40:28  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Smoogie's homepage  Reply with quote
Simple is good...



Now what sounds more like Hardcore & more like club tunes?

Most Upfront Uk Hardcore soundes dated and same as 2005 anyway, so there is no 'new' style of Hardcore. Might as well all listen to Old Skool anyway!


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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  14:54:56  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Meathead's homepage  Reply with quote
Is there an ignore feature on this forum?

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Hard2Get
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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  15:35:20  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Hard2Get's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dain-Ja:
quote:
Originally posted by Hard2Get:
quote:
Originally posted by Dain-Ja:
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Originally posted by Meathead:
Back to the sample pack then. Who's willing to bet it's nothing but VEC samples renamed and in a different "Styles & Breeze Extreme Hardcore" packaging?



Based on the samples I heard, it's a pretty weak pack... But I'm sure there's some gold in it.





Depends entirely on the producer. Samples alone have nothing intrinsic about them that can make them either be good or bad samples, it's purely what can be done with them.



Actually, yeah there is plenty that can be bad: noisy, overcompressed, badly EQ'd, big reverb tail, layered with random sounds, etc.


It might not be ideal but it's not going to limit someone that actually has skill.


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Posted - 2009/10/30 :  19:46:17  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit MAtRiCks's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Smoogie:
Most Upfront Uk Hardcore soundes dated and same as 2005 anyway, so there is no 'new' style of Hardcore. Might as well all listen to Old Skool anyway!



You and your obsession with 2005! So random.


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