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Apr 18, 2014 | 4:51 AM EDT
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13.1 MB
5 min 44 sec
4.61 / 5.00

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Rated 4.61 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

alrighty here i go again.
this time with a remaster version of Sunshine!
why? because the first versions really had bad masters..
i also did some slight changes here and there but they shouldnt distract you from listening.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the mood at the beginning, as well as the instruments. The first 30 seconds were slightly disorienting. It's basically 3 build-ups in a row, at 0:00, 0:04, and 0:20, one in front of the other, which I found really bizarre. I think the mixing and mastering are pretty good, though, but it's very minimalistic for most of the piece. I liked the vocals - you did a good job there - and between 2:04 and 2:48 is the main section of the piece that does much harmonizing at all. It's catchy and cool, and the lyrics are pretty good, if a little cliché. I thought it was very long-winded and repetitive. This didn't need to be 6 minutes long, maybe 3 or 3.5 tops. I actually like big room house more than a lot of other people, but I think it's relatively easy to make compared to many other forms of EDM. I would've liked to see you take a bigger risk with the piece you chose to audition with, but at the same time I can't exactly take off points for that. It is catchy, well-mastered, and very danceable, but it doesn't really keep my attention very well for the whole 6 minutes. Sorry if this review seems so negative. It isn't that bad at all. I'll tell you right now that you're worthy of being in the All-Stars group, and I wish you the best of luck with your future tracks. Keep at it, man! ;D



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The intro sounds like the dewfall, rather serene, then builds up to this busyness -- but as a part trance song, I expect to be lost in the music, some wet samples (there's a lot of dry, and staying on the same bass note) -- 2:00 onwards really seizes me and brings trance to my mind. But that feeling quickly fades.

Would I have a feeling of wanting to lose myself in the music with this piece? Yes and no. It seems to be hit-and-miss. When those mid-range synths come in, and the voice comes in, yes, I feel like it. Otherwise, no... I'm left waiting almost emotionlessly. The melody sung by the voice is nice, I guess, but is so easily forgotten.

I have no issues with mixing. Something, however, is missing, that wow factor for this piece.....


D-Chain responds:

Honest review and i respect it! 2:00 and onward is called Dance ;) so i dont know what i should trust.. your words or my knowledge? im not asking people to lose their mind in trance with this music piece. this is Bigroom. its made for the big scene not for the small home-listener scene. altho you might think its the other way around.. but today its different. Trance is dying, and a new style is quickly growing behind your back. the music scene is different from the past is what im saying.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

brilliantly remasterd, still listen to the old version (favorites) all the mastering twitches and alterations work out well, the mastering has indeed improved, you clearly scrutinized the whole thing to meticulously improve it. love the improved enhanced base and get a Woop Woop hands in the air from me . cheerios

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

great job! excellent mastering. more music pls

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I haven't heard the original, but I'd say this version has a very professional sound. Good dynamics and arrangement, nice melodies - I'm digging this track a lot.

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