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May 4, 2006 | 3:56 PM EDT
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2.2 MB
2 min 24 sec
3.96 / 5.00

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Rated 3.96 / 5 stars
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Hey guys, i made some hard dance/trance. review + vote plz.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


When I first heard this I was like WOW! It starts out so awesome and doesn't disapoint from there. Fantastic job!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

No, not Harddance rly...

But near to...

It sounds more like 90ies Techno like one from DJ RPM - Get On It (if you know him)

Like Progressive Happy Hardcore

Nice work anyways. Dramatic 1996 techno. Utz Utz Utz. I would dance to this but I don't find my XTC. :( And I need some illegal stuff right now cause I'm hungry.

Shit why are teh leads so loud??? God dude, I've told you 1826454 billion times, melody ok good but what is dance/trance/techno without beat???

LOL 1826454 billion timez!!!

OMFG R4U keep it up but look at the leads volume at mastering!!! :P

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Too Loud

Your percussion, especially your symbols overpower to song way too much. Consider looking into the VST 'BBE Sonic Maximizer', it helps control your volume and is a wuick learn (3 knobs)

Good synth, but there was only one, could have had another square or multi-sine running around a melodie.

Traditionally, the drums in a trance song arent as active as you had them. You were operating like a generic rock song and weren't keeping a tight beat. Once again that crash was just too much, it's really only used for bridges and intros unless you cook up somthing clever.

Good effort, but you needed some pointers. If you want any extra help my contact information is available in my profile.

Rave4Yourself responds:

ya, i added you, and you already know that. This is just a late review.

**breakdancing chimp breaks through glass**