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  • 13:30 PM - Gagi mentioned point in post Temple One - Odyssey [Digital Society Recordings]
    I like this. Pretty enjoyable track. Then again, I haven't listened to many Anjuna-style releases so maybe I'm just not that oversaturated with it. @point in some sense, this might still be a blatant copy of a certain style or a group of tracks, but it can still be enjoyable. Tastes differ, and not only individually, but sometimes daily or at least peri...





  • 14:32 PM - Gagi mentioned point in post Magdelayna - The Last Flight Of Icarus [Bandcamp Release]
    ...aid only less beefy, and I meant the drums only. But it's clean as well without being over the top. i have actually used very modern Sunny Lax/Activa & Thrillseekers drum loops & fx here hehe Aha! point :D Just to note that i only sent this to well known labels - not really any small indie ones,otherwise it wouldve got signed no doubt - but i didnt want it going to any random label...where the trac...
  • 14:14 PM - Magdelayna mentioned point in post Magdelayna - The Last Flight Of Icarus [Bandcamp Release]
    ...lks,its out now on Bandcamp! A big thanks to guys like @Marco1979 and anyone else who have also given me a donation when downloading the track - very much appreciated and thankful of the support!! @point - i agree with most of your words,i 'know' why the decent labels wouldnt sign this - it is too long,but ive purposefully 'strung' out all the building/progressive elements of the track,as my main insp...





  • 11:23 AM - Daysleeper mentioned point in post Aria - One (Voyager Remix) (2001)
    Probably the best representation of progressive ever. Take note web-prog producers. What is that swelling synth/pad at 8.29 point? https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=524&v=ZAqOvj37K5Q




  • 19:45 PM - Daysleeper mentioned point in post Can "uplifting" trance be reinvented?
    Don't worry. I agree. The Ferry Corsten remix of Awakening is a wonderful track, totally underrated. Cool. point what are those synths from 1,23. Im interested in how he got that sound.


  • 12:39 PM - point mentioned tranceclassics in post Positive feedback challenge!
    ... but I'm personally trying to choose tracks with none or very few replies. Doing it right now, on my 4th release.. Would be interesting to see how long it will take for someone like @Daysleeper or @tranceclassics :D


  • 19:58 PM - Daysleeper mentioned point in post Nordlander - Nemesis (1999)
    Love when those synths come in at 3.30. and 4.27 What the hell happened to trance? This sound so multidemensional and nice. Heard this @point ? Are modern producers taking themselves to seriosly? Charming tracks like these arent made.


  • 18:16 PM - Daysleeper mentioned point in post Uplifting Trance Of Today - A Knockout Survival Game (2011-2017 edition)
    ... pops up, something like "Trancefix.nl best of the modern trance - feb/2018", "trancefix elimination (modern edition - part 1)", "trancefix battle (modern edition - part 1)".. or something like that point These threads wasnt made with ratings in mind you talked about and it doesnt include new/recent releases. Just something fun and see what tf people consider the best.


  • 23:47 PM - mrx.friend mentioned point in post ASOT 2018 Speculation Thread
    ...ion if you ask me. I am probably too strict nowadays to admit that. I am bored by the stuff which usually fulfils CD2 (generic WAO138?!) and I don't care about that kind of tracks on CD1 anymore. As point said recently in another topic, let's focus on something which deserves our attention and appreciation.

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  • 13:51 PM - PeenutsDx quoted point in post Revolution 9 - Awakening [Pure Trance]
    Yes one of my favourites from PT7 as well! Perhaps musically it's not the most complex composition, but I really like the overall sound of it. Great softer but still punchy kick drum, solid rhythm section, ...





  • 21:39 PM - Contact quoted point in post Surt - Quadripartita Ratio[Informa Records]
    Yeah it's good stuff, but they all sound too similar. Omission and Transposition could be the same track when skipping between them, and Permutation sounds like the mix of them and Addition. Would have love...


  • 11:59 AM - point quoted Daysleeper in post Cold Blue - Another Life [Subculture]
    @point Refferring to the temple one track you commented about. You think this is more credible? Ofcourse not, this is way too loud, noisy, hard, crude, harsh, dry, easy, simple and unsophisticated. But that do...


  • 12:12 PM - Gagi quoted point in post Modern trance with a beach feel
    Is this another thread for balearic trance? :) https://www.trancefix.nl/showthread.php?351167-Sunset-Sunrise-Trance https://www.trancefix.nl/showthread.php?221601-guitar-trance-songs Nope. The difference ...





  • 18:20 PM - Hensmon quoted point in post Shacada - Sunset [Pure Progressive]
    Btw putting those vocals into "Offshore" might be the most horrendous vocal add-on in the history of trance music. The breakbeat parts are indeed really cool however! Haha I would have to agree with you. I...


  • 17:34 PM - Magdelayna quoted point in post Chicane Feat. Salt Tank - Leaving Town[1997]
    How did they use it in Eugina? It's a completely different melody, just the same guitar sample sound. Its very very similar - i just thought it was a sped up cover of the Chicane melody. And alas - i just...
  • 15:39 PM - point quoted Magdelayna in post Chicane Feat. Salt Tank - Leaving Town[1997]
    Awesome chilled track - quite weird how Salt Tank used the melody in Eugina - which was actually an even better track. How did they use it in Eugina? It's a completely different melody, just the same guitar sam...

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