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Thread: The Noble Six - Black Lotus [A State Of Trance]

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    I like this, it has the enough amount of emotions. Ps. I don't need to understand music theory to enjoy a track.

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    this checks all my boxes.





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    Keeping high quality in the productions is very difficult but improving and have better results from tune to tune is even harder and i believe he is one of the very few on the scene ... Fantastic tune and maybe one of the best this year!! can't wait for the extended mix of this masterpiece.

    PS. His Interstellar set was incredible as well with full of fantastic ID's
    especially from 23:00 - 45:56
    Current Top 5!!!!
    1. John Askew & Activa - Introducing
    2. Johan Gielen & Peetu S - Manawatu
    3. John O'Callaghan - Hammers At Dawn
    4. Sneijder & Nick Callaghan - Marching Orders (Will Rees Remix)
    5. Beatman & Ludmilla – Sivam

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    Many artists I follow, who after releasing many great albums, went on to 'study' music in further education and subsequently went on to release more albums that sounded much, much worse.

    I also would be surprised if the hundreds upon hundreds of Trance producers back in the 90's and early 00's had music theory training, yet everyone seemed to just make gold. Even the artists who had less than 3 releases. I wonder how many of the greats you asked if they studied music would say yes???

    And finally...do you need to be a trained chef to know a good meal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Many artists I follow, who after releasing many great albums, went on to 'study' music in further education and subsequently went on to release more albums that sounded much, much worse.

    I also would be surprised if the hundreds upon hundreds of Trance producers back in the 90's and early 00's had music theory training, yet everyone seemed to just make gold. Even the artists who had less than 3 releases. I wonder how many of the greats you asked if they studied music would say yes???

    And finally...do you need to be a trained chef to know a good meal?
    I partly agree with you. Studying music theory gives you an understanding of the underlying techniques used in composition and gives you the adequate vocabulary to describe what you are doing. It does not teach you creativity by any means, that depends on your own 'innate musical feel for ideas'. You can make great music just by going with your innate gut feelings, even if that means by trial and error, and trying out what sounds good - you could be using certain common compositional techniques without you realising so and knowing what to call them, e.g. chord inversions, polyrhythms.

    Moreover, composition-wise, most conventional dance music is quite straightforward and simple. You could stumble upon a melody, fit a chord progression and a bassline that sits well with it, then you're halfway there. The threshold for making a good dance track is not very high, and that explains why a lot of artists have come and gone with only a few releases under their belt.

    Not to mention that if even you didn't study any theory at the beginning, the more you work with music, it is inevitable you pick up some knowledge or terminology of what you're doing. What i believe is that theory isn't a pre-requisite to create any body of great music, but it certainly bolsters your arsenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeenutsDx View Post

    Moreover, composition-wise, most conventional dance music is quite straightforward and simple. You could stumble upon a melody, fit a chord progression and a bassline that sits well with it, then you're halfway there. The threshold for making a good dance track is not very high, and that explains why a lot of artists have come and gone with only a few releases under their belt.
    And this is why you dont need to have studied any music to make Trance. All the experience comes from years of listening to tracks...how they are constructed,which seperate elements are used,how to build,how to progress - then you put it into practice. I think id listen to 7 years of Trance intensely before i started making anything remotely decent.

    If you were composing a symphony for an orchestra of course youd need a background in music study. Dance music is very simple in the whole scale of things.

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    Thought something much more interesting would come after the buildup

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    It's a great track.

    Don't think just feel.

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    Finally the extended ver. has been released. What a masterpiece from the start till the end.....
    Current Top 5!!!!
    1. John Askew & Activa - Introducing
    2. Johan Gielen & Peetu S - Manawatu
    3. John O'Callaghan - Hammers At Dawn
    4. Sneijder & Nick Callaghan - Marching Orders (Will Rees Remix)
    5. Beatman & Ludmilla – Sivam

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    Lovely. One of the top releases this year.
    Gagi & MaickelJ - Prisoner Of Past [THREAD | BEATPORT]
    Gagi & MaickelJ - Prisoner Of Past (Remixes) [THREAD | BEATPORT]

    Gagi - Classic Tech Trance Mix [MIXCLOUD]
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    Yeah,will be in my top 5 of the year for sure.

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    Best uplifting trance release in the past 5 years. It is THAT good.

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    Just really reminds me of:



    which is my fav Robert Miles track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    Can't stop listening...

    I could pick a few things that could be better but I won't. It's that good!
    I'm falling love in this The Noble Six's music. His music like new John O'Callghan with melody of Daniel Kandi. Most of the tracks he created is so magical. Especial "Far From You" with Sneijder.

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    Hadnt listened to this since since it was released and gave it a new chance. Its good. It is. But isnt the melody very similar to Angelfalls? Its also still a bit too trance-for-gym steroidy for my taste.
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