How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by Dalebaxter01 » September 18th, 2014, 10:41 am

Hmmm the last lines, is not so possible when we all race to upload a new nightcored song, but most of the time I'm first and I normally always get ripped off

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Post by emilemil1 » September 18th, 2014, 11:07 am

When a brand new track comes out there's imo a bit of a grace period, both to make sure that everyone gets the chance regardless of timezone, and also to not favor production speed over production quality.

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Post by dustinnewness » November 30th, 2014, 6:16 pm

You can use any of the computer based Applications like WavePad or Audacity. But you can also get the WavePad app on your phone or any other like device which i think would be easier for a lot of people especially teens like myself hope this helps I.e. Also the app upon first start up has some lag

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Post by emilemil1 » November 30th, 2014, 7:14 pm

Not sure how it would be simpler in any way to do it on your phone, considering the slower interface. Not to mention making the video afterwards.

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Post by LonelyLittleAngel » November 30th, 2014, 10:35 pm

Im requesting to lock this thread, if you'd like please post in the updated tutorial, this is outdated by a lot.
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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by Rex » December 18th, 2014, 9:17 am

lol.Who basically said that nightcore should be only "EUROTRANCE, EURODANCE, VOCAL TRANCE, AND DANCE" You ? "it's ridiculous" yes exactly.Stop be a fanatic and start expand your view on nightcore songs or if you can`t at least don`t tell what people should listen to especially when your own views on nightcore so limited.Some of the people use not only these genres and they have more than 100k subscribers don`t think you are smartest than them so learn to respect people and their work some of them work hard and they just share with normal people music what they like because music it`s a free will and free views and nightcore it`s a part of music.Actually if so many people like it isn't enough to prove you are wrong right now ? I think that's exactly what important in this situation and what can to judge our views
P.S.Speak whatever you want on this if the truth hurt you blame yourself it is not my business,if not,well you just will prove my words about fanatic.

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by rsslayersr » December 18th, 2014, 12:41 pm

The first one who used the word Nightcore was the original Nightcore group.
hko2006 wrote:1. Literal meaning of Nightcore
“Nightcore means that we are the core of the night, so you’ll dance all night long”
“Nightcore has become a style of music, a way to make the music happier – ‘happy hardcore’ as they say."
So Nightcore is Dance music that sounds like Happy Hardcore.
So tell me, does sped up rock music or sped up rap music sound like Happy Hardcore?
Does it?
Rex wrote:at least don`t tell what people should listen to
We never said you can't listen to it. We want the name to differ from 'Nightcore'. It can be called Nightrock or Nightstep or Nightstyle for all I care, just no Nightcore.
Rex wrote:some of them work hard.
Rex wrote:lol
Nightcore isn't the hardest of work. It's just speeding up music, in your own words. It sounds like you're more of a fanatic than us, since we don't try to glorify the act of speeding up, just the name.
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Enforcing the cute little sister of Happy Hardcore

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by HFUNightcore » December 19th, 2014, 4:44 pm

Rex wrote:lol.Who basically said that nightcore should be only "EUROTRANCE, EURODANCE, VOCAL TRANCE, AND DANCE" You ? "it's ridiculous" yes exactly.Stop be a fanatic and start expand your view on nightcore songs or if you can`t at least don`t tell what people should listen to especially when your own views on nightcore so limited.Some of the people use not only these genres and they have more than 100k subscribers don`t think you are smartest than them so learn to respect people and their work some of them work hard and they just share with normal people music what they like because music it`s a free will and free views and nightcore it`s a part of music.Actually if so many people like it isn't enough to prove you are wrong right now ? I think that's exactly what important in this situation and what can to judge our views
P.S.Speak whatever you want on this if the truth hurt you blame yourself it is not my business,if not,well you just will prove my words about fanatic.
Is it so bad to allow only good rave music based on original nightcore on a forum? And I honestly dont care what genre at least if it sounds good. But most people make songs even worse if they pick genres like pop or rock with nightcore because they dont match to the speed and pitch theme of nightcore. You have to pick songs that sound good pitch and speed uped if its other genre. On the other hand trance and hands up fits to the speed and pitched up theme of nightcore most of the time.

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Post by Tranceformer » December 19th, 2014, 5:44 pm

Rex wrote:lol.Who basically said that nightcore should be only "EUROTRANCE, EURODANCE, VOCAL TRANCE, AND DANCE" You ? "it's ridiculous" yes exactly.Stop be a fanatic and start expand your view on nightcore songs or if you can`t at least don`t tell what people should listen to especially when your own views on nightcore so limited.Some of the people use not only these genres and they have more than 100k subscribers don`t think you are smartest than them so learn to respect people and their work some of them work hard and they just share with normal people music what they like because music it`s a free will and free views and nightcore it`s a part of music.Actually if so many people like it isn't enough to prove you are wrong right now ? I think that's exactly what important in this situation and what can to judge our views
P.S.Speak whatever you want on this if the truth hurt you blame yourself it is not my business,if not,well you just will prove my words about fanatic.
Gabenation wrote:Is it so bad to allow only good rave music based on original nightcore on a forum? And I honestly dont care what genre at least if it sounds good. But most people make songs even worse if they pick genres like pop or rock with nightcore because they dont match to the speed and pitch theme of nightcore. You have to pick songs that sound good pitch and speed uped if its other genre. On the other hand trance and hands up fits to the speed and pitched up theme of nightcore most of the time.
In this case it's so ...
Very much "Nightcores" on youtube made from Pop, Rock or HipHop are really bad done. They have far to much pitch and are overaccelerated, then they sound not very enjoyable. Okay I have also to say that there ar some Fake-Nightcores that sound pretty good, but for me myself (except if the music is good) I won't listen to them more than one time. I don't like the Genres and the sound of them but that's my indivdual opinion about that, but that doesn't belong to this discussion here.
The crucial thing is ...
The only thing we want to do here on NU is to show people what Real-nightcore is. We don't wanna teach them (except if they want to get teached), or say what Nightcores or Genres they have to do.
But after that all it's pretty sad that most people don't like Nightcore, 'cause the first track they heard from this genre was a really bad done Fake-Nightcore. And through that all that Nightcore has a really bad image (like "Noobcore" I heard one time (made me angry and sad)) that it don't deserved. It's Really sad that nightcore has such a bad Name.
And I think most people here think the same as me. (If I'm not right plx correct me)

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by NightcoreChalzZy » April 16th, 2015, 4:12 am

Thanks, this was really helpful!

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by SwedishTunes9311 » April 24th, 2015, 6:18 pm

I Just wonder i have just Started to Nightcore Fear, And Loathing In Las Vegas (Band),
And wonder if there is any guidelines for the pitch and speed? :-)

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by LonelyLittleAngel » April 24th, 2015, 8:22 pm

always 24 percent pitch and tempo together. 17.5 speed in audacity.
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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by emilemil1 » April 24th, 2015, 8:25 pm

The end result should preferably be near the 170-180 BPM range, same as the original Nightcore tracks.

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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by LonelyLittleAngel » April 24th, 2015, 8:28 pm

emilemil1 wrote:The end result should preferably be near the 170-180 BPM range, same as the original Nightcore tracks.
To add on that if it's hardcore or hardstyle it will end up with over 190. Hardstyle you'll see bpm changes that are higher than 380
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Re: How to Nightcore a song! (NIGHTCORE TUTORIAL)

Post by Nightcore4Life » July 12th, 2016, 5:51 pm

i uae audacity its really easy. whats a good song to do a nightcore of? its 7 years or streesed out or just like fire

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