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Blueprint (Majestix Demo RMX)

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Stoneface & Terminal - Blueprint (Majestix Hybrid Remix)

EDIT: The song is currently above 4 min and 30 sec, and it has a firm ground to go off of right now. Our next move is to work on this arp/saw, and also get this melody fused in with the song.



Good track. Actually, surprisingly good.

It is simple and elegant. With a bit more work I could see you producing some epic pieces. In particular the musical concept behind this doesn't offer much more than it's simplicity, but the undertones and the manner in which each sample plays off itself is excellent.

This helps provide a steady ambiance that is very much so appreciated in partially (or fully) progressive trance.

Cheers, keep at it! (DJ I :p)

ive heard this before hehe :P

I think you sent this to me to listen to - good stuff :)


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Fauster responds:

Thanks for the wicked review xD


Just a nice relaxing trance with a bit mastering. Not bad but it ain my trance

Fauster responds:

The newest version (which can be found on my MySpace) has a lot more to it. New bass, extended break, etc :D

I really like the song

I think the song is really going somewhere.

In the way of criticism, I think the song actually has to go somewhere. At 1:39 is where I feel the most energy right now, and it feels as if that is the end of the intro, whether that is intended or not. I think the piano section after that (2:07) has an amazing ethereal quality to it, and I think it's a nice cool down after the building up of the intro; however, I don't think you should stick on it for too long, despite how beautiful it sounds. Really, at 3:00, you could hit the piano's last note fairly strong (sforzando), let the piano fade, and have the synths quickly get soft (subito piano), and gradually let them get louder (crescendo), leading into 3:04, where you could introduce a more relentless aspect of the song, especially since the suspended chord turns major (if my ears don't mistake me), making an excellent transition.

That's only what I feel, and I'm not such a great composer (if I could be considered one at all), so if you can come up with something more creative, or want to pursue a different direction for the song, do it, it's your song.

Personally, though, I have to admit that if the song remained so light all the way through, I'd appreciate the song, but would probably get bored of it fairly quickly.

Fortunately, it seems that so far, you have the capabilities to build energy and introduce variety, so I think the song will turn out well.

I hope you continue to pursue this song, because it has a lot of potential, and could end up being one of my favorite songs on this portal. The themes are great, and I think that you can take them far.

I can't wait to hear the entire song! Keep up the good work!

Fauster responds:

There are things Nechura and I plan to put into the song from where we ended it. The break for one, is going to be around 2 to 3 minutes for sure. That's one thing Nechura and I have a passion for (the breaks). Once he gets on, I'm going to try and convince him to add more pads to it, to make it just that more dynamic and layered.

If you haven't heard the original, there is an arp in it that takes your breath away in terms on chords and melody. Thankfully that will enter right where we left off in the break. Either that, or another thing we are putting in the break will be there. Plus, it will be an ALL NEW bass at the peak, and a more dynamic melody to take it over.

Plenty of things we have planned, can't wait to execute them :)

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Credits & Info


Jul 10, 2009
5:59 PM EDT
File Info
7 MB
3 min 4 sec
4.32 / 5.00

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