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Sep 4, 2008 | 4:27 AM EDT
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3.6 MB
2 min 39 sec
4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Trance

Author Comments

Well here it is! My first goa song! It's not as long as I intended but it definitely has that goa feel I was looking for. Enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love

All of your music!! What do you use to make it all? Because i have FL studio and I wouldn't mind being able to make stuff like your music

vampiricLLAMA responds:

Fl Studio here as well :D I just spent lots of time screwing around and tweaking knobs and ended up figuring out some neat tricks, plus I watched all of AcePincter's tutorials on youtube, that helped a whole lot.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I'm not much of an electronica critic, but I do enjoy this style very much.
Awesome job on it.
Sounds amazing.
Favoriting definitely =D


vampiricLLAMA responds:

Thanks, glad you like it! ^ ^


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


This is awesome, but it's not exactly goa. It's closer to psytrance. Actually, I'd call it Hard (Acid) Trance.
The tempo is a little too fast. Make it 130-142 next time.
There should've been a lot more tone difference, like some synths very high, and some very deep.
The bass should've been louder. The kick more.. Pitched. I can send you a psykick if you want one. The hi-hat is a little too dominating.
The synths you use are awesome, and the effects are good.
7/10. Keep making music.

vampiricLLAMA responds:

Thanks for the review, as always ^ ^ just a quick note the bpm is 140 :P



Rated 5 / 5 stars


i cant get enough of your music. i just want to vote on it all every day, seriously. its amazing.


vampiricLLAMA responds:

haha thanks, it feels good to know my work isnt falling on deaf ears, so to speak :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dum dadada dum dadada

Goa num num.

Alright, you've got all the elements down to a tee right now. The only thing that's bugging the hell out of me is that it's the 1:24 mark and I can't hear your kick. That big kick that you're using seemingly as a "bang" could have been used as your real kick because the one your using has too much fuzz on the beginning of the sample, you know? Instead of it being the "dum" sound or "doo", whatever solid kick sound you're looking for, it's a "chum" sound. You can make some really nice kicks in FL, so just fiddle with those preset samples.

Actually, you know what? Just continue from where you are. It sounds great, and I'm duly impressed. Just try to work on your arrangement a little bit; when you bring in the well EQed kick (around 1:55 or so) just bring in the bassline with it. Works wonders :)

You're doing an excellent job, and and I'm jealous of your gnarly acid sound at the beginning. Keep it easy dude;