808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

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808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby itsamomentintime » 15 Apr 2013 21:03

please can anyone ID this track from 808 states sunset radio show?


http://youtu.be/EF62qYkDPjY


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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby SPW » 03 May 2013 06:22

It reminds me of the Prodigy - Charley. Look for old Jungle tunes from that era.
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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby nickking » 05 May 2013 02:24

Sounds more like happy hardcore - are you sure this is Andy & Daz? :)

Also, any idea of date? The tune may have already been id'd before...

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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby markus » 05 May 2013 09:01

Defo not Andy & Daz, imho.
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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby nickking » 05 May 2013 12:29

markus wrote:Defo not Andy & Daz, imho.


Yeah, I can't rememember them ever playing Happy Hardcore music before? :P

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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby SPW » 07 May 2013 06:05

No offense when I write this but a lot of that old hardcore rave regardless of category can easily be made in Garage Band. The purest get so caught up in those old tunes like on Discogs but honestly much of it was created by teenagers phrase sampling loops and playing simple notes on a keyboard. The steccato exclamation keyboard stabs and looping the same break beat or sample over and over gave the music its charm especially if you were on drugs. What sounds like a piano chord is actually just a bloke pressing down a key playing a chord sample. The mickey mouse effect is just a sample being played higher up on the keyboard. A lot of the basslines are just a simple sine wave. Some of the 90s gear used to make those tracks can be had for pretty cheap these days too. I think Altern 8 created a lot of their tracks really quick phrase sampling old dance music. I remember reading that in an interview. Some dance music it's hard to recreate the funk but a lot of those rave tunes it's very simplified straight forward music. Not that hard.
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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby nickking » 07 May 2013 18:14

SPW wrote:No offense when I write this but a lot of that old hardcore rave regardless of category can easily be made in Garage Band. The purest get so caught up in those old tunes like on Discogs but honestly much of it was created by teenagers phrase sampling loops and playing simple notes on a keyboard. The steccato exclamation keyboard stabs and looping the same break beat or sample over and over gave the music its charm especially if you were on drugs. What sounds like a piano chord is actually just a bloke pressing down a key playing a chord sample. The mickey mouse effect is just a sample being played higher up on the keyboard. A lot of the basslines are just a simple sine wave. Some of the 90s gear used to make those tracks can be had for pretty cheap these days too. I think Altern 8 created a lot of their tracks really quick phrase sampling old dance music. I remember reading that in an interview. Some dance music it's hard to recreate the funk but a lot of those rave tunes it's very simplified straight forward music. Not that hard.


Which is... Happy Hardcore? :P

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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby markus » 07 May 2013 18:17

moved to the correct forum
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Re: 808 state sunset radio - please can anyone ID this?

Postby SPW » 13 May 2013 06:51

nickking wrote:
SPW wrote:No offense when I write this but a lot of that old hardcore rave regardless of category can easily be made in Garage Band. The purest get so caught up in those old tunes like on Discogs but honestly much of it was created by teenagers phrase sampling loops and playing simple notes on a keyboard. The steccato exclamation keyboard stabs and looping the same break beat or sample over and over gave the music its charm especially if you were on drugs. What sounds like a piano chord is actually just a bloke pressing down a key playing a chord sample. The mickey mouse effect is just a sample being played higher up on the keyboard. A lot of the basslines are just a simple sine wave. Some of the 90s gear used to make those tracks can be had for pretty cheap these days too. I think Altern 8 created a lot of their tracks really quick phrase sampling old dance music. I remember reading that in an interview. Some dance music it's hard to recreate the funk but a lot of those rave tunes it's very simplified straight forward music. Not that hard.


Which is... Happy Hardcore? :P

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I remember the early break beat stuff but never got into happy hardcore.
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