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Dec 29, 2007 | 2:10 PM EST
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6.1 MB
5 min 19 sec
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Well, this was a hell of a project. I put all my other projects on hold and gave my full attention to this one; I spent hours writing 5 seconds or work, and then almost immediately deleting it because it didn't sound good enough. I wanted this piece to REEK of perfection, so I tried my absolute hardest and used every trick that I had learned about Goa along the way.

You may also notice that one of the main melodies is taken from my old song "Other Side". Yes, this was supposed to be a remix of it; but how dark and brooding the song was turning out, having that uplifting melody didn't seem to fit very well, so instead of making it a reoccurring theme, I just made it play once through, with an extremely dramatic build-up beforehand.

Goa trance and Psy trance lovers, you're in for a treat. Keep it easy, Newgrounds;




Rated 5 / 5 stars


ive never heard this dirivitave oo trance before... sounds totally awesome. kinda industrial tho. love the scratchy sounds and the acidy basses. love the beat... definatly do more.

PERVOK responds:

I shall :) I've got another Goa song cooking as we speak...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


cool song but sounds alittle bit more like some video game music than trance
keep it up

PERVOK responds:

If this doesn't sound like trance, then what does, friend?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked it.

Snares were pretty cool sounding as you progressed throughout the song. The underlying line... once it started changing and getting deeper sounded a lot better.
Kind of felt like I was going through a journey :).

What exactly is GOA trance?


PERVOK responds:

Goa was a kind of drumming that was done a long time ago. It was very repetitive music; it had a deep drum going in a steady beat, with many throbbing drums in the background. The songs were insanely long (sometimes hours) and would be performed during orgies and rituals. Somebody came along and tried to get the throbbing drum sound into electronic form, and it turned into a pulsing kick with a bubbly bassline. The weird and random screeching sounds soon placed themselves in the genre, and with more electronic sounds, it was named Psy Trance. Which is like Goa; but it sounds more industrial.

I'm missing a bunch of the story. But that's the jist of it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great job this is 1 of my favorites, awsome effects


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Too awesome! XD

This is really awesome, keep up the good work!