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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2016 9:53 pm 

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Hi guys,

This is my first post here. I am producing now for a few years, started with tech house and now since a while focussing on minimal tech house.
I love the sound of these labels and really want to focus on making it too:

I feel like my tracks are heading toward the right direction but still I struggle with getting the right sound. That's why I hope you guys can help me with a few questions about this sound.

I'm especially interested in the kicks they use. Is there a way to make them (hardware gear, plugins?) or are their certain sample packs where I can find kicks like these?

Besides of that I also wonder how to create the other sounds they use (claps, percussions, synths, background noises). They all seem really fat, unique, round, rubbery, liquid, glitchy, sharp, crunchy, solid etc. How do they achieve this sound?

Do you guys also have some other tips or things you notice right away about the structure/techniques in these tracks?

Last question is, if I could buy 1 hardware gear, what would be the best option, focussing on this sound?

PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:04 am 

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you can put the tracks you like on your DAW and analise whats happen each 8 bar or more about the structure/elements.

this can help you ... dly-People ... Deep-Vol-3 ... Deep-Vol-2 ... Deep-Vol-1

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