Sarah McLachlan - Plenty (Sander Kleinenberg Remixes)
There are 0 trance users currently browsing this page. DJ pr0fane Iboga Records Multiphase www. I completely agree with you Profane! Well, doing remixes the rmxers should add value to that track! Is not about taking the basic theme or a melody from a track, built it on a beat and that's all, we did a RMX!!! I have the feeling that who wants to do a rmx, first must understand why he wants to do it! Does he thinks that can improve more quality?
Better sequensing? New sounds? Well, i hope that the new "producers" should think more in this topic! I have the impression that the new "producers" are not creative enough! So, please.
Built your own personality as Mr. Posford Hallucinogen did, as Mr M. Maichel X-Dream did. Perhaps you like their music, perhaps not! Respect to On - Deaf Wish - Pain I join PrOfane and Dot Kite on that one Another reason why I'm generally not into non-trance trance rmx is, that you get memories comeing up, or even start singing along in your mind and I don't like that when being on the dancefloor, disturbes the trance state.
OnDot Kite wrote: Well, doing remixes the rmxers should add value to that track! As death extinguishes us, so we become it. Onhod gavriel wrote: completely agree with you they just add some bass and kicks and make Sarah McLachlan - Plenty (Sander Kleinenberg Remixes) on a higher BPM. OnAcidhive wrote: Hehehe Of course again a matter of taste and I can even agree, that there are some cool sounding non-trance trance rmx and that they can be fun. But they are not actually good for getting into trance, because, as I said earlier, they usually activate memory-processes, which interupt the "repetative Lupa Bubanj Zveči Zvečka - Riblja Čorba - Priča O Ljubavi Obično Ugnjavi loop", that is nescessary to get into trance.
I'd say: Listen to these rmx Sarah McLachlan - Plenty (Sander Kleinenberg Remixes) home, but don't play them on the dancefloor. What do Sarah McLachlan - Plenty (Sander Kleinenberg Remixes) bore me are the seeds of the remixes themselves Remixing Prodigy once. This is becoming pathetic. Remixing Benny Bennassi. Remixing Dire Straights. Remixing Nirvana Remixing Metallica NOW that becomes interesting! NOW this is something telling me more about the guys who did the remix in this case Dark Soho.
NOW I'm happy to have the feeling of having improved a tiny little bit in my musical explorations. The seEd is the key.
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