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Nov 26, 2009 | 7:05 AM EST
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6.8 MB
5 min 55 sec
4.33 / 5.00

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Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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A-hem. This is my first solo venture into Gabber, one of the angrier styles of hardcore. It's not really House, but it branched from that genre, so I think it resembles it more closely than any of the other genres available on Newgrounds.

I need sleep now, so I don't really know what to say about this. I think it has 92 patterns or something. Sorry if it gets a bit distorted in some areas; I'm not that great at mastering just yet. =/



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Some GABBER!!!!

blackduckie responds:


I know how you feel.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hardest hardcore....

Not house, sounds dance to me, house is at a much lower bpm... This is like yeah just put it dance.

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blackduckie responds:

I would have, but according to Wikipedia, gabber is some sort of subgenre of house, sometimes called "hardcore house" or something. If Newgrounds had a hardcore genre, I'd put it in that.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I cant say..

I understand either of the words in the title. But I really like this, especially past 03:00, where it gets kind of heroic and fast :3
The synth you used there was a little piercing in comparison to the rest of the mix, so you might want to tone that down a bit.. somehow. Your transitions between major and minor were flawless, I dont know how you managed that :O
Anyways, this is pretty sweet. Im still not fully into hardcore or gabber really because to me it sounds a little odd, but I thought this was great :D


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blackduckie responds:

Austerity means kind of severe, barren, harsh, and Vehement can mean excited, fired up, etc.

I didn't really notice the piercing-ness of the synth until you mentioned it just then, but I can see what you mean. The major/minor thing is pretty simple, but it's probably harder to explain than do. I spent a little while on that last pattern trying to make it sound right, though.

Thanks for reviewing!

Edit 1/12:
Oh, and if you like this, you might like to listen to Hellsystem - Set Me Up if you can find it on YouTube. It's a similar structure to this, but more pro. =P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is full of win

I think this track was really successful because of the freedom you allowed yourself by automating the sqz with auto clips.
HQ link?

blackduckie responds:

Maybe, when I can be bothered. I doubt I'd be able to hear much difference, but I'll be happy to export a 320 kbps version.

I wonder if pro gabber artists use something similar to squeeze ...

I didn't have the squeeze automated all the way through, particularly at 3:50 because that part was meant to be primarily focused on the snares and background drums.