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Verbatim Theme (Trance Remix)

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Oct 10, 2005 | 9:17 PM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
5 min 4 sec
4.15 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Instrumental trance version of a song that I did for an indie film-- Vocals coming soon



Rated 5 / 5 stars

thus the epic journey continues

it looks like me and TOX1N are always commenting..... coolio.. they man i like this version a little better then the first one. well mianlly because its 5 mins and not just 1. and one more then at 2:30 that bit and from then on FU*ken rocks. thats like the turning point of the song. its VERy PRO man i like it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

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I vote 5 every day on this so it stays near the top of the charts. This sounds so professional, and I will use this in an animation, if I can conjure up enough devotion to make one of epc proportions. This is such a great track. This is the kind of song that changes people's lives.

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LaymanLove responds:

haHA! you're the man...seriously. Just wait for the version with some smooooth female vocals. Thanks again!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Evan is a bitch



LaymanLove responds:

it's beeeeotch to you mr.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


wow man, i cant belive i havent noticed you earlier on the are a great artist!
this song is very different from most of the monotonus(Spelling)stuff on the portal...its relaxed but also has some of the best builds and synths ive looking into buying a music maker(for trance mostly)what do you use?
you can e-mail me at
the 0 is a zero......once again, great work and keep on doin wat your doin b/c its great bro!

LaymanLove responds:

Thanks a lot man, I'm glad you appreciate the song! Did you like the integration of the strings at the end? I'm on the fence about that. Anyway, I used the Korg Triton to quantize and seqence everything, then I recorded the tracks separately and mixed them using using Cubase SX. Some of the sounds are from Garage Band too.