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I love the title... can't say the same thing about the tune though.
In the intro, the synths are hitting only on the 4th notes- except for a few notes, but they are really hard to hear. Cool kick... for trance, that is. the other drums are pretty catchy and original, sound a bit random though. The kick is too loud compared to the other drums for them to be heard good... they're pretty worthy of showing off
new introduction... long introduction... I like the melody better now. The bass is cool too, has a very retro, analog style to it. But that part is damn repetitive, it's very much the same thing over and over- to add lenght I suppose? It'd be kickass if you added more to these part and changed it up a little.
Bass going solo- verry minimalistic style to that part. It works for a short intro, but it just sounds empty. wait- you add more drums as it comes... it's beginning to get catchy in here, though when you add a single new drum hit each time you focus more on that one drum, which can get annoying after a while, what about like, introducing groups of two drums each time? Introducing the trance pad again. Predictable, but that's cool enough. Now it keeps going on like that for a while, I'm almost about to skip to another part.
Cymbal, then silence, new filter intro with the very same melody. Cool, now you have a royal sounding melody. I love the Americans-ish arp lead. It pretty much climaxes here, which is a very low climax. I could see so much more to this part. Cheap, lazy filter fade out isn't too good
i could really see this being a kickass technotrance epic if it wasn't so repetitive and empty- Some cool supersaw leads and faster drums, more meat on the bone, right? You definatively have a good base song that can be added on