How To Make Doctor P - Sweet Shop Lead (Massive)

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Don't understand why that track was so popular, people must like having holes punched in their eardrums for some reason...

Some noob DJ dropped this at an event I was at a few weeks ago and had the hi-end up on the mixer way too much, instaheadache...
 

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don think this thread ia about the tune, its help making a sound, if u can do a better job, do it.
Not tryin' to start trouble, just sayin I don't know why so many people feel the desire to recreate and use it when it is such a harsh, fatiguing sound to the ears.

Though I understand that point may not come across in my earlier post, my bad
 
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This comes up so much but it sounds bad to your ears ya know?! People like it cos it's a BIG tune! I like it, you can tell and doesn't sound harsh to me at all! As a producer/dj if I hear a tune that I'm not a fan of, I try and appreciate the artist for the emotion they're causing or the production quality...and if they don't have either of those they join S Club....

That was a joke I even respect Pop Artists, Bradley and his gang have had/were having/are still having a laugh without us, and probably with more money too... Money don't buy happiness but it definitely fackin helps

...that is all
 

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People like it because it's got some kinda primitive energy to it.

Even though the melody is pretty squeely and kinda annoying, the track has got a drive and punch to it.

It's totally vibe based, in theory it shouldn't work. In practice, it does because of it's vibe.

That's how I see it. :)
 
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