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 Post subject: Trance new wave
PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 4:28 am 
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Hey, I ve been recently digging this sort of trance techno tracks, amazing 90s vibe.

What you think of it? Can you recommend me some similar artists or tracks

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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Is there a trance revival?

I thought it died when mistubishis stopped being good.

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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jordanneke wrote:
Is there a trance revival?

I thought it died when mistubishis stopped being good.


ahhh mitsubishi's...
though I know better than to trust on logo's, but yeah, brings back memories...

to OP, are you looking for new trance, or do you want tips for proper old school trance ?
Because I know little new trance, but I know shitloads of proper old school trance.
I was a teenager in Belgium in the 90's, so yeah, trance was inevitable... :)

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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tbh, I listened to all the tracks you posted, and I felt the tracks I know from the 90's are still far better than those...
(but I don't want to sound like some grumpy "in the old days everything was better" asshole)

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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I'm trying desperately hard not to turn this into a 'My favorite trance' thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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nothing wrong with that man ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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Last 2 tracks just sound like the more melodic end of progressive house to me. Fluke definitely were part of that sound. Best place to start is with Global Underground albums, you'll probably love Sasha's San Francisco and Ibiza albums. I can name loads more in that vein, but I was into the dirtier, darker end of prog back in the day and might veer off into stuff you might not like so much.

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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Its not the typical old school trance what i am asking for, its just that i ve seen that some techno producers are using elements that trance used to have (or has) like gates, more melodic sequences, rolling basslines, etc. Its still techno in the essence but with huge trance influence, i don't know probably its just my perception about it.


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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Check NTHNG’s new stuff , his last few 12’s and his album have been touching on this sound while still not exacting being trance . Seems to be a bit of trend now that started with djs playing tunes ironically to a full on trance revival. Mostly awful imo


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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theres definitely a trance revival within techno
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will add more when i get home, can never remember artist names, just track names
i come from psytrance, so i like the good trance/techno fusion 8-)
theres lot of crap too, but thats the same as everywhere

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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over9000 wrote:
theres definitely a trance revival within techno
kmyle
SHDE & Obscuur Shape
will add more when i get home, can never remember artist names, just track names
i come from psytrance, so i like the good trance/techno fusion 8-)
theres lot of crap too, but thats the same as everywhere



where do you come from on psytrance? the old goa stuff or darker genres? im all about the forest/dark psy!!

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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mainst09 wrote:
over9000 wrote:
theres definitely a trance revival within techno
kmyle
SHDE & Obscuur Shape
will add more when i get home, can never remember artist names, just track names
i come from psytrance, so i like the good trance/techno fusion 8-)
theres lot of crap too, but thats the same as everywhere



where do you come from on psytrance? the old goa stuff or darker genres? im all about the forest/dark psy!!



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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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I hate Models is the nuTrance main attraction


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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jordanneke wrote:
Is there a trance revival?


Apparently so


this is rather good


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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it might be to vague a question, but what makes a track a techno track with elements of trance and not just a trance track?
no big breakdown?
less musical development/smaller patterns (1/2 bar, 1 bar instead of 8 or 16 bar)?
heavier drums?

or it is just an individual thing where you listen and decide for yourself that it is too trancey?
would there be a style guide for this new wave of music?

edit: i can listen to these tracks and work out what elements they have and what similarities there are in relation to old late 90 trance, but i was just wondering if people had their own idea about what is or what is not.


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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I guess the sounds are more typicslly trance but that boring predictable clichéd structure that every track followed isn't there. Trance became a proper fucking parody of itself very quickly, even if there was some interesting melodies and sounds on occassion ..


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Aaand the drugs got crap.

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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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i done a critical listen of 2 of the tracks above, and they mainly seem to be techno bottom end/bass with trance melodic parts: trance gated chord parts/arps and trance style filtered synths. long-ish chord patterns.
i might play around with this as an idea, see what i can come up with.


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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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winston wrote:
i done a critical listen of 2 of the tracks above, and they mainly seem to be techno bottom end/bass with trance melodic parts: trance gated chord parts/arps and trance style filtered synths. long-ish chord patterns.
i might play around with this as an idea, see what i can come up with.


For me its interesting how sounds that usually are mainstream or used generally in the edm bullshit have a very interesting approach in techno/ electronic music.

For example another track that comes to mind, uses the typical common supersaw in it sounds amazing.



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 Post subject: Re: Trance new wave
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Huck Farper wrote:
I hate Models is the nuTrance main attraction


I would consider him more into EBM and Darkwave, amazing producer.


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