Tricitra (WIP)

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Wow, I'd never thought I'd get this good, anyways this is my first try with the "Armin Van Buuren" style of trance, an amazing trance artist with amazing skills. If you listened closely to the drums, you can relate this song to the deadmau5 song "Some Kind Of Blue." This version of "Tricitra" is just a loop :3

The melody came out of nowhere, I was just arranging notes and it got there, and the reason why I'm posting this incomplete is because I'm seeking criticism, both nice or harsh, I don't care, I just want to know what I'm doing wrong compared to Armin since I'm a first timer on this style, and when I get better I'll probably do more of these.


WELL - I would say this is good stuff - if ur aiming to get somewhere ur certainly on the right "track" man. While I think you shouldnt copy someones style = I will say that if ur wanting to learn, then its best to see if u can mimic the pro's - just dont keep doin it forever. The intro was clean, u even made the atmosphere SUPER nice - which is something I see alot of people struggle with ( I have the problem myself sometimes ) - all of it adds alot of depth to song man. Oh yeah - great job with that cutoff - I think u got something going for you dude.

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RoVeRDude58 responds:

Thanks man, the cutoff was one of the things that makes his style special, the atmosphere and the delayed square was all from my style, and well, I haven't posted all the songs I ever created, I have about 80 unposted, 25% of which are extremely experimental. I do this because I want to see all of the artist's techniques of making music. My main goal ever since I started making music is to become the greatest ever :p cheezey, but it helps me move forward :3

If you listen to my old songs you can see that I suck :PPP

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4.39 / 5.00

May 28, 2012
4:38 PM EDT
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3.4 MB
1 min 30 sec

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