Artcore

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  1. joem

    joem Producer

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    anyone on here know how to go about makeing it its classical elements mixed with drum and bass but at like 200 plus bpm

     
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  3. adomanim

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    I want to learn to make Artcore but I don't know much of the music theory behind it. I tried looking for tutorials and ended up Kodi nox finding some project
     
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    ok hold up. "artcore" was a sub-label and series of dnb compilations from the label React from 1995-1997. https://www.discogs.com/label/533518-Artcore-3

    the slow stuff was often referred to as "intelligent", such as from Bukem and the Peshay, etc. on Good Looking Records.
    the super fast stuff (over ~180bpm) at the time was more commonly called Breakcore (and was mostly ignored by Jungle/DNB, and was more part of the hardcore scene (doormouse,etc). It was often made using Tracker software like Fast Tracker, Dream Tracker, but also other free utilities like AudioMulch. They would sample nearly anything for music loops and such.
    One common tactic was to double the bpm of the actual track inside the "daw" software for more divisions per bar in step sequencers.

    "artcore" was not widely accepted as any separate "sub-genre" of drumnbass.

    anyway, if you are trying to make this kind of stuff; you should really check out Renoise. Renoise: Homehttps://www.renoise.com
    It is a modern tracker with VST3 support now, and is 75$ for a legit copy from the developer.
     
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