Ludovico Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche (Magdelayna Remake)

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Nuvole Blanche feels like it would have been perfect for a mid-2010s house remix ala Alan Walker - Faded. I can already hear the synths and lyrics even in your track:

Where are you now
Where are you now
Where are you now
Was it all in my fantasy
Where are you now
Were you only imaginary
Where are you now
 
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Nuvole Blanche feels like it would have been perfect for a mid-2010s house remix ala Alan Walker - Faded. I can already hear the synths and lyrics even in your track:

Where are you now
Where are you now
Where are you now
Was it all in my fantasy
Where are you now
Were you only imaginary
Where are you now

I feel it could be a really beautiful 138bpm Trance remake - i will certainly try hehe. Some things need to be sorting out like creating a bassline for that second melody.
 
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Nice one - its a really beautiful piece of music and the composition is very 'trancey' overall! It really is a gigantic piece with alot of different movement and changes as well so you can pick and choose which parts you want to use and which you want to re-arrange. Always an interesting challenge to take something thats a different time signature and turn it into a 4/4 piece!

I made a 138BPM steroid version that got picked up by JOC who gave it a spin a couple of months back (set-rip below, I haven't posted it up or anything otherwise).

 

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Nice one - its a really beautiful piece of music and the composition is very 'trancey' overall! It really is a gigantic piece with alot of different movement and changes as well so you can pick and choose which parts you want to use and which you want to re-arrange. Always an interesting challenge to take something thats a different time signature and turn it into a 4/4 piece!

I made a 138BPM steroid version that got picked up by JOC who gave it a spin a couple of months back (set-rip below, I haven't posted it up or anything otherwise).


Really nice effort that mate! Really good energy in the main melody....
 

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Whats that haha?
It's another Ludovico Eunaidi track. It's a bit less known compared to Nuvole Blanche (8.6 million views vs ~60 million), but I think it can work very well in a trance remix.
 

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Probably one of my favorite Einaudi tracks this.
You've really captured the vibe of the original tune and made it your own. Great work as always.

My absolute favorite Einaudi tune though is 'Una Mattina'
It also has a melody that would be amazing for trance and I've often toyed with the idea of remixing it, but unlike you, I'm yet to work up the courage to mess with one of his tracks! :LOL:

 
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Probably one of my favorite Einaudi tracks this.
You've really captured the vibe of the original tune and made it your own. Great work as always.

My absolute favorite Einaudi tune though is 'Una Mattina'
It also has a melody that would be amazing for trance and I've often toyed with the idea of remixing it, but unlike you, I'm yet to work up the courage to mess with one of his tracks! :LOL:


Lovely stuff - i didnt really do much with my remix - i just put the chords through my synths and that was enough hehe! Of course there was a lot of work to do to the original MIDI,as it was pretty much the entire track and every instrument. The biggest contention i had was whether to do 2 parts to it - as the two melodies are very different. But in the end i opted just to have that contrast change in the middle of the track.
 
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