I made a Eurobeat track

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I made a Eurobeat track

Post by HonestPie » Dec 9th, '16, 22:34

https://soundcloud.com/user-893911679/eurobeat-test

As the title implies, I made a Eurobeat track. With vocals in mind (but with no vocals :/).

This is my first time making Eurobeat. Several days ago, out of nowhere, I suddenly felt like making a song of this genre. So I did. I can't really say I've listened to lots of Eurobeat, but I have an okay amount of it in my personal music collection. (Can you guys can tell what type of Eurobeat I've listened based on my style? I'm super curious :P)

Oh, as a fair warning to those who don't like mixing genres, It shifts around 2/3rds in the song, but quickly goes back to Eurobeat. Also, the intro is a bit boring. So yeah.

Some more details in the Soundcloud description. Any and all feedback is appreciated. Thanks!

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Post by Lebon14 » Dec 9th, '16, 23:46

the bass line is too loud. besides that, it sounds AMAZING! That speed! <3
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Post by KoolKool » Dec 10th, '16, 00:13

my headphone think the bassline sound balanced...

but it's nice track, you have good potential, wanna join the indie team? 8)
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Post by HonestPie » Dec 10th, '16, 07:28

Lebon14 wrote:the bass line is too loud. besides that, it sounds AMAZING! That speed! <3
Thank you! :D Glad you like it. Though I kind of do agree with KoolKool that the bass sounds okay to me, I'll review the sound levels. It actually has crossed my mind that the bass may be a bit to loud while I was making this, but I decided otherwise once I compared it to some other songs I had on hand.
KoolKool wrote:my headphone think the bassline sound balanced...

but it's nice track, you have good potential, wanna join the indie team? 8)
Thanks. Also, that sounds interesting!

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Post by Anthony McBazooka » Dec 10th, '16, 10:46

The bass isn't too loud, quite the opposite, but I would recommend to use some side-chain compressing with the bass drum to get more of the pumping effect you need for Eurobeat.
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Post by KoolKool » Dec 10th, '16, 11:37

yes,sidechain not really necessary but if you want the cool pumping like anthony said...or else just turn the fader,EQing :)


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Post by Gabriel C Media » Dec 10th, '16, 14:22

Anthony McBazooka wrote:The bass isn't too loud, quite the opposite, but I would recommend to use some side-chain compressing with the bass drum to get more of the pumping effect you need for Eurobeat.
I personally disagree! I think I may have heard a few songs that have a pumping bass, but that's usually something for Hardcore or songs that lean more toward in that direction. It's not really a thing for Eurobeat imo.

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Post by Anthony McBazooka » Dec 12th, '16, 11:20

Gabriel C Media wrote:
Anthony McBazooka wrote:The bass isn't too loud, quite the opposite, but I would recommend to use some side-chain compressing with the bass drum to get more of the pumping effect you need for Eurobeat.
I personally disagree! I think I may have heard a few songs that have a pumping bass, but that's usually something for Hardcore or songs that lean more toward in that direction. It's not really a thing for Eurobeat imo.
No problem, because my agreement with my statement is so strong, it even covers your agreement, so you can totally disagree while not disagreeing at all. ;)
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Post by Gabriel C Media » Dec 13th, '16, 00:18

Anthony McBazooka wrote:
Gabriel C Media wrote:
Anthony McBazooka wrote:The bass isn't too loud, quite the opposite, but I would recommend to use some side-chain compressing with the bass drum to get more of the pumping effect you need for Eurobeat.
I personally disagree! I think I may have heard a few songs that have a pumping bass, but that's usually something for Hardcore or songs that lean more toward in that direction. It's not really a thing for Eurobeat imo.
No problem, because my agreement with my statement is so strong, it even covers your agreement, so you can totally disagree while not disagreeing at all. ;)
Oh snap haha!! :grin:

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Post by SuperEuroJimmy » Dec 13th, '16, 18:50

I still disagree, Anthony.

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Post by Anthony McBazooka » Dec 14th, '16, 14:50

But I disagree with all of you disagreeing.
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