OUT Joint Operations Centre feat. Kate Miles - Behind The Silence (John O'Callaghan Remix) [Subculture] + Instrumental Mix [FREE]

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John O'Callaghan, Kate Miles
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Behind The Silence
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Subculture
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Feb 26, 2021
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Remixes
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Release date: 26.02.2021

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https://soundcloud.com/johnocallaghan%2Fbehind-the-silence-instrumental-free
 
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Sounds promising. Will judge after the full version comes out.
 

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Just wow! I kinda dig that oldschool vibe. I have a feeling it's going to be one of my favourite of 2021.
 

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Sure, both the vocal and the steorid vibes has been toned down to more normal levels, but it feels like ive heard this stuff too many times before.

Its a half-solid tune, but its it pretty average/ordinary in its execution.
 
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but it feels like ive heard this stuff too many times before.
Yeah. Pretty much any "uplifting" (which simply means it has 138 beats per minute these days) has exactly this synth. So yeah.

Up till 2010 people at least tried to use different sorts of synths. Wether you liked them or not. I mean, where's the Ummet Ozcan-ish synths, the Leon Bolier's, the Orjan - Arctic Globe, the PPK - Resurection, the Kamaya Painters brass soud, that's just some stuff from the top of mind. There's plenty examples.

Point is... there are more sounds. Great sounds. But it's like EVERY producer just selects whatever pluck that sounds close Andy Blueman type of trance and thinks: yes, this is uplifting trance, so this is the sound I use.

And the problem is, they all get signed. I mean, do you remember that useless Marc Aurel - Running remix that was on here a little while ago? Well that just got ASOT support. Zero demand for quality, or originality.... 20 years ago, you'd HAVE to have your own sound, to make it. Now, it's the other way round.
 

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Yeah. Pretty much any "uplifting" (which simply means it has 138 beats per minute these days) has exactly this synth. So yeah.

Up till 2010 people at least tried to use different sorts of synths. Wether you liked them or not. I mean, where's the Ummet Ozcan-ish synths, the Leon Bolier's, the Orjan - Arctic Globe, the PPK - Resurection, the Kamaya Painters brass soud, that's just some stuff from the top of mind. There's plenty examples.

Point is... there are more sounds. Great sounds. But it's like EVERY producer just selects whatever pluck that sounds close Andy Blueman type of trance and thinks: yes, this is uplifting trance, so this is the sound I use.

And the problem is, they all get signed. I mean, do you remember that useless Marc Aurel - Running remix that was on here a little while ago? Well that just got ASOT support. Zero demand for quality, or originality.... 20 years ago, you'd HAVE to have your own sound, to make it. Now, it's the other way round.

I totally agree with you, but, to me, this JOC Remix is way better than many of the tracks released recently.
 

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Apart from John O'Callaghan Remix, I would also like to see Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix. Usually the GO does more for the JOC than the JOC does for itself.
 

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Didnt Joint Operation Centre used to make tech trance???

Dont mind this one though