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Thread: Can trance be muscially equivalent to the masterpieces written outside the genre of club music?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    I honestly don't see how that's a feminine trait, don't introverts do it all the time?
    Yes lets go offtopic more, its about the way how men think vs how women think. Surely personality types also play their part, but that rather just brings it out more or turns it down a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tep View Post
    Yes lets go offtopic more, its about the way how men think vs how women think. Surely personality types also play their part, but that rather just brings it out more or turns it down a bit.
    Spoken truly like someone who has no idea what they are talking about lol.... Moving on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Spoken truly like someone who has no idea what they are talking about lol.... Moving on!
    1. Overthinking is a national epidemic among young and middle aged adults but is relatively rare among older adults: 73 percent of 25-35 year-olds overthink compared to 52 percent of 45-55 year-olds and just 20 percent of 65-75 year-olds.

    2. Women are significantly more likely than men to fall into overthinking and to be immobilized by it: 57 percent of women and 43 percent of men are overthinkers.
    go fck off

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    For all the no guys: got some quality clubby/trancy music which defo would meet the brilliance of masterpieces outside the club scene











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    i say... no.

    in fact the only dance music type genre i'd say yes to would be disco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tep View Post
    go fck off
    For someone who likes analysing data and statistics, you have come to some pretty interesting conclusions to fit some sort wierd sort of logic here... (like that Daysleeper is some kind of woman for thinking too hard about music), but I'm not gonna waste my time explaining the obvious to you. Also you used it in a derogatory way, which is why I felt the need to call you clueless... anyway, last of that.

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    @Gagi you think Original Lady Blue is masterpiece yet I think Coldharbour remix is a masterpiece... I think this is perfect example that what it truly comes down to is our subjective taste at the end. Both tracks are outstanding pieces of music, that's why they have lasted so long, but its that last 5% of special magic that speaks uniquely to me in a way that elevates the track to a masterpiece status. In coldharbour mix it is the final melody that's introduced in the end at 8:48 (not present in original).

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    @Hensmon But what I love about the original, aside from every other part of the track, is the arpeggiated melody, which isn't present in the Coldharbour Remix. That's what's great about music, that's what's great about the track and its mixes - everybody can have their musical and artistic interpretation of the same thing, all of them can be awesome, and are left for us to experience and feel something. But nobody will ever feel the same thing about one single track, let alone 2 or more. When everybody starts comparing, from a mathematical standpoint that's a shitload of permutations (or combinations/whatever). Scientific approach (objectivity) simply can't work here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    @Hensmon But what I love about the original, aside from every other part of the track, is the arpeggiated melody, which isn't present in the Coldharbour Remix. That's what's great about music, that's what's great about the track and its mixes - everybody can have their musical and artistic interpretation of the same thing, all of them can be awesome, and are left for us to experience and feel something. But nobody will ever feel the same thing about one single track, let alone 2 or more. When everybody starts comparing, from a mathematical standpoint that's a shitload of permutations (or combinations/whatever). Scientific approach (objectivity) simply can't work here.
    Dont Arpeggio's originate from "Classical Music Masterpieces?" Just a thought?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    For someone who likes analysing data and statistics, you have come to some pretty interesting conclusions to fit some sort wierd sort of logic here... (like that Daysleeper is some kind of woman for thinking too hard about music), but I'm not gonna waste my time explaining the obvious to you. Also you used it in a derogatory way, which is why I felt the need to call you clueless... anyway, last of that.

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    @Gagi you think Original Lady Blue is masterpiece yet I think Coldharbour remix is a masterpiece... I think this is perfect example that what it truly comes down to is our subjective taste at the end. Both tracks are outstanding pieces of music, that's why they have lasted so long, but its that last 5% of special magic that speaks uniquely to me in a way that elevates the track to a masterpiece status. In coldharbour mix it is the final melody that's introduced in the end at 8:48 (not present in original).

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    My point was that instead of always trying to find the most negative thing about anything everyone will always enjoy life more if they concentrate on positives. The overthinking part is just one side of negativity and more common for females? Happy? I dont wish to discuss this anymore, as obviously whining and crying is more fun for some here anyways, not gonna let me drag into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Wilkinson View Post
    Dont Arpeggio's originate from "Classical Music Masterpieces?" Just a thought?
    Doesn't pretty much everything in music originate from "Classical Music Masterpieces"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theropithecus View Post
    Doesn't pretty much everything in music originate from "Classical Music Masterpieces"?
    Yep, acid music is coming from Bach's era. Same goes for supersaws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thijs View Post
    Yep, acid music is coming from Bach's era. Same goes for supersaws.
    I think the greats such as Mozart and Beethoven "Probably used" Side-Chaining or Limiting on their Beauties?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Wilkinson View Post
    I think the greats such as Mozart and Beethoven "Probably used" Side-Chaining or Limiting on their Beauties?
    Not to forget that Johann Strauss jr. invented the brickwall limiter that just started the loudness war, which was back in november 1876
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thijs View Post
    Not to forget that Johann Strauss jr. invented the brickwall limiter that just started the loudness war, which was back in november 1876
    @Thijs we can not forget that bloke Samuel Barber must of been using a String Enhancer Maximizer for the duration of his master piece Barbers Adagio For Strings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Wilkinson View Post
    @Thijs we can not forget that bloke Samuel Barber must of been using a String Enhancer Maximizer for the duration of his master piece Barbers Adagio For Strings?

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    Aye. And that kid J.S. Bach cooperated with Native Instruments to make the first sampled VST instrument of his Church organ. Back then it got released in Komplete 1.
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