sounds like Giorgio Moroder
just a little bit, in the beginning. Kinda like his stuff from Scarface?
A bit, yes. There is a slight similarity, I guess. Thanks for commenting!
I'm really seeing space
Right now I'm writing a science fiction novel, and this really helped me get into the right mood. If I ever make it into a movie too, I will be sure to include your song as part of the soundtrack.
not only a great parody of most club rap songs nowadays, but an excellent song on its own.
Very nice etheral ambient peace that builds. I imagined castles in the sky... floating on clouds.
Some people say that you have to practically on the ceiling to enjoy this stuff... but yours is made right, and is easy to enjoy in a right state of mind.
Maybe add a few effects and background noises, oceans, stardrops, maybe even a girls voice?
Either way, I find great creative inspiration in this.
I like this one. Reminds me of DJ Tiesto
The parts with the Vox were my favoite. THey made it really trippy on those parts. Other than that, I guess its good. But I wouldent say it anything too unique or original
From the very beginning, the pads give it a very creepy and mysterious feel. When the drums kick in, surprisingly, they matched with the tone. Usually when people add drums to their ambient work, it clashes with the mood set previously by other instruments, but in this piece, it all works together; same goes for the vocals.
Overall a very good piece that is well suited for a movie, as well as just listening to at home to chill and contemplate with in the background.
Awesome. Thanks for the review!
This is great!
Def a 10/10. I've been listening to it for literally hours. This track is really good, for both its excellence in music theory, and its originality.
What I mean is, it is awesome, because it feels fresh. Its epic trance built on funky breakbeat electro. It starts out with a nice, heavy, trippy beat, which I like, but at the same time, it has a majestic chord progression in the back, giving it a deep mood, comparable to something like Massive Attack's Teardrop. Then you start in with the keyboards and build into a real heavy trance beat and BOOM! its instant epic. not to say it isnt epic all the way through
to my ears, this track is perfect, and I don't think theres anything that could be done to improve it. The best thing you got going here is the composition, which is of course the most important of any track
Off to a good start
If done right, this genre could be really good. I advise you to keep developing trance hop and become the father of a new genre.
Hmmm....yess.. MC Hunsaker is in the house. ha ha. I'll be like grandmaster flash. except i can't remember if he actually fathered a genre. oh well. I don't if the next song I'm throwing up is going to be countable as another trance-hopper - but it's still going to be good - hopefully...
Nice classic techno...
Has a minimalist feel, and is pretty solid until the break at 1:47. I think it should have kept the beat up all the way through... Production is very nice and so are the effects and light synth apreggios. Very classy...
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