hey not bad! I like it keep it up!
As to constructive critizism I would say (1): when writing trance you have to build, start with just the bass line and the steady BUM BUM BUM beat. then and some harmonies and backgroud tracks, then bring in the melody. somtimes people will buld up and up then cut every thing, introduce the melody bu tislef, then bring everything back in, it creates a cool effect. My song Numa Numa Remix does this at certain points, its not trance but you'll see what I mean.
(2): I could raealy tell what the melody was until about 0:38 and by the point that song was over. I would suggest making the melody a little louder and more obvius than the other lines.
(3): while too much reverb can be detrimental, some is neccesary. Trance music is supposed to sound vast, epic, enormous. nothing gives you this effect better then echo and reverb. How mush is too much? that is for you to decide, my limits are when it starts to sound like your playing a piano and never letting off the damper and all the notes are running together and becoming a jumbled mess.
Anyways hope this helps, if youve got any questions feel free to message me :) - Cobra151
almost there more real sounds a wooo away youn goooo.
UP. Yeah great loop especially if its ur first time.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.