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Nov 23, 2007 | 3:22 PM EST
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1.1 MB
30 sec
4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Some Trance/Synthpop hybrid thing... properly looping at [ r.wav]



Rated 4 / 5 stars




Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good

Pretty good man, only if it was longer, but in a loop its pretty good.

Grillpie responds:

I'll never ever be able to make a complete trance song, so don't get yer hopes up

Thanks for the review :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Kimball Collins

I like it, feels like I am back on Randalls Island and it's 1999, distant memories being revamped by beautiful melodies, good work..... Sounds like something Kimball Collins spun a couple years ago.....

Grillpie responds:

Thats very interesting my good sir.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I've been trolling around this site for a long time and have head many great entries. But this song was so good that I just had to create an account to express my love for it. There is just something about it, it's just so different from everything else. It's really hard to explain, the music just feels really good. Please if you ever have some free time make a full version of this, It would be epic.

Grillpie responds:

Haha :D

Reason why I made this is because I was sick of how trance songs sound all so alike- and you said it sounded "different from everything else"- I missed my goal by a mile then :D

Thanks for the review anyway! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You made trance! :O

Though I need to comment on your response to the last review - mixing/EQing doesn't take THAT long in my case. I'm guessing it's just experience, and that you have an easier and faster time doing it if you practice more often. Remember my song Nova? XD And look at my quality now. ;D

Now for the song itself - and it's pretty good. :) Nice sidechained bass, higher synths are interesting, though a bit loud - you might want to make them a little bit quieter. Your melodies/harmonies are great! :D

As for the drums, since this is a trance song, you probably want a bassier kick that's way out in front. If the bass synth gives you trouble with that at all - though it shouldn't, since it's sidechained - then simply cut the lower frequencies until you think it's fine. After all, it's fine to have a semi-bassy bass synth, at least in my opinion - as you want that kick drum to be clean and easily audible. I can hardly hear your hihats, you might want to pick a more open sample, and I don't really hear snares used in place of the claps in a trance song that often... you might want to reconsider. :\

Another good idea would be to have the kick play a transition measure on the 8th or 16th measures of 8 or 16, and maybe you could incorporate the other drums into that pattern. It would help to make your drums sound a lot less repetitive, even for a trance song. (Listen to my latest songs, or just about any decent trance song, to get an idea of this. ;) )

Overall, 4/5 and 8/10. You could make some pretty good trance stuff with a bit more practice. ;D

Grillpie responds:

I didn't talk about the eq-in' in that last case. Mixing the synthage was a hell cause everytime I attempted to make the kick more audible then BOOM it's overpowering and I take it half a db down then I'm all "wtfz I can't teh heer it lolz D:" and stuff. Same with the gated synth, those detuned handsup leads, the strings also hats. Only thing I had no problem with was the sidechaint bass. I still think the kick and strings are too silent andAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FUCKIT >:(

I hate the drums in it too. Glad we're two 'bout it

meh I'll leave the trance for you trancehats, and gb2 ambient

Thanks for the review! :D