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L.E.D There be Light(Remix)

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Aug 20, 2010 | 8:13 AM EDT
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7.1 MB
7 min 44 sec
4.14 / 5.00

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Rated 4.14 / 5 stars
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your listening to:
Rank 1 - L.E.D There Be Light(SkyTrance's No-Minded Tech Mix)
Genre: Tech-Trance / Trance / ProgressiveTrance

Quality: 128kbps [not much differences,
the only REAL hearable change is the reverb that lost its quality as for some of the cymbals :)
it was in progress for 3 days excactly [finnished now] and i hope you peeps like it :)
i deleted a kind of 'deadmau5 sounding' bass sound in the middly and ADDED a Jochen Miller sounding Tech-Trance lead to give it a little more tech feel.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My Review

As requested, I will review this piece for you.


First off, I'm digging the frequencies used on your kick... rides nice n smooth through my Altec Lansing speakers. Bass blows really nice with it.

The bass is nice n crisp, digging that too, thing I like, is that the bass is distinguishable from the actual kick itself. Thats good.

Decent job with the EQ.

Could do with a shorter introduction / entry toward the breakdown. But I like the way that you enter the breakdown by smoothing up your song by releasing the sounds one by one.

Onto the Breakdown

Harmonic, Good use in volume levels with the primary lead... even tho it scared the shit outa me - could be lowered a bit, then brought progressively louder, instead of scaring the listener.
What I would do, instead of introducing all of the primary chords right away, I'd start with something more harmonic, like a sine, bells, or something else that sounds good with a pad that increases overall relaxation in the listener. Start by introducing some keys, then work your way up with the volume.
You should be revealing all of the keys in your release, or right before it, giving the climax point.
I found the breakdown to be not much of an attention grabber, but more of a transition. Breakdowns are critical in trance, it just makes it sound better when chords are built upon other cords, with a nice soothing pad in the background if you get my idea.


Your release is somewhat... climactic in a way. It does have a bit of energy to it, but due to the fact the same keys, and same sound was played in both this part, and the breakdown, it lost potential energy that, in my opinion, would make this song better.
Your exit toward the end of the song (calming the mood down), was decent. I like your choice in body, bringing the melody back once again for a second strike.
Bass kicks in, nice, time for the song to progress toward the end.


Similar sounds that I heard in the beginning, similar patterns. Good.
I like this.

OVERALL. And Advice

In my opinion, if you were to make your own trance song, (and Im going to mention this anyway because it is pretty important, and it makes any song not so repeatative), is to give your song some original transitions.
When I say transitions, I dont mean like upbuilds n downbuilds, I mean like changing the pattern say, every 16 bars, just to give some extra kick.
What I do, is I've been learning to play with transitions, and for a whole 4 bars, I'll mute almost every percussion that is playing, then re-arrange my kick to the very last few bars of the 4, to make it have the sort of feeling that something is about to come up.
After a transition, A new percussion, or a new sound / lead generally should arrise from the blue. Instead of making it come out of nowhere without a transition, it seems to flow better with one.
Just a thought!

I'd get you to review some of my songs, but I havent been able to work on many, because I don't have my personal computer until my family gets back from vacation. Shame :P
Keep it up~ Patrick Marshall

D-Chain responds:

that is seriously one hell of a review dude :)
i really like how you can explain ANY detail this remix include. i respect that.

as for the WHOLE review, i shall take the usefull pointers out, and take it to a final
" Release " of this remix, and make a preview [once again] for the NG listeners.

and just to make something claer; yes, i also scared the hell outta myself with that blasting lead in the breakdown XD
-no explaination needed :) im gonna fix it.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite an interesting piece..

As I said on msn, to me the intro showed shades of Dennis Hill so of course, I already love it for that fact but aside from that, this is a pretty good remix. I didn't really find it as impacting as the original but it's different and I appreciate it for that fact.

One thing about this track that I really liked is the drums and percussion. I have no idea why but the drum track really caught my attention in this. It's something about the groove, the rhythm. It's actually what reminds me of Dennis Hill the most. They're all mixed quite nicely too.

And.. The one and only let-down to me in this is the peak. For one, the lead has quite a bit off hiss and it sorta' ruins the mix and two, I feel due to the reverb, the lead and backing synth sit a bit too far back in the mix. To me, it would sound a bit better they weren't so wet and didn't decay so much.

That aside, this is a really good track though and shows some serious potential. I wouldn't be surprised if I see you releasing a few tracks in some time. Anyway man, keep it up.

D-Chain responds:

yet, it makes sense what you reviewed. i disagree on some points [which i will keep ahead of me] i wont tell you either :)

but beside that, i fully agree with the fact being less impacting ofcourse, that happens with most tech remixes, since it takes ALLOT energy away bc it needs that certain bass i was trying out this one time

as for the rest of the cymbals/instruments, i too really enjoy those, since i tweaked it at my best

so, yea.. i appreciate this a bunch!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The track's awesome! <3

D-Chain responds:

Thank you kind!
my say TECHY ^^ -> which is jumpy ofcourse. :D