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Some more house:

 

 

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House? Very different style, but given the rhythms in it, I think it has to qualify.

 

 

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On 11/06/2017 at 10:32 PM, ballzac said:

 

this one's real a gatecrasher -esque late 90's banga

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I love a lot of different genres but being the age I am missed out on most of this.  It's a shame, because I love what you're doing.  Your 'house' stuff really resonates with me.  Keep it up!

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Arte 7....it took me back somewhere to some point...remeniscing hazy long forgotten memories of unconnected random past rolling events that are lost in time...memorial ramblings B).......on another note that bloke still owes me $30 lol 

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Another house track:

 

 

 

10 hours ago, etherealdrifter said:

this one's real a gatecrasher -esque late 90's banga

 

Yeah. Space7 is one I'm really happy with. Even though it's kind of generic in a way, I feel like I hit the nail on the head with it. Slightly annoying is that there are a couple of audio glitches in the file, and I don't have the original project, so I can't fix them. Oh well.


 

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Some drum and bass:

 

 

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More drum and bass:

 

 

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wow @ballzac you make tunes like a machine. you must have an awesome workflow to punch out so many new tunes!!!

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Just now, MountainGoat said:

wow @ballzac you make tunes like a machine. you must have an awesome workflow to punch out so many new tunes!!!

 

I got a lot of free time at the moment and when I get focussed on something I can be pretty persistent, but yeah, I'm super happy with my current output (both in quality and quantity). I find that it only takes about three days for me to lose the headspace for a track, so if I have most of a track blocked out in a day and mostly finished within another couple of days, it end up being more coherent than if I spend longer on it. Fine tuning and mastering are, conversely, best done with fresh ears at least a few days later, in my opinion.

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The Pharmers is great!

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On 21/02/2019 at 12:17 PM, SayN said:

The Pharmers is great!

 

I thought you might like it, because it's got a similar vibe to some of my house ones :)

 

 

 

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Back to some trance:

 

 

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Some slightly industrial D&B:

 

 

Note that I'm removing some of the earlier ones to make room on my Soundcloud for the newer tracks. I'll make all of them available somewhere at some point. Might even shell out for the pro account one day. But for the moment they'll be disappearing.

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On 01/03/2019 at 5:45 PM, ballzac said:

Back to some trance:

 

Recrudesence...... Oooohhhhh, Love. A real lot. B)

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9 minutes ago, Insequent said:

 

Recrudesence...... Oooohhhhh, Love. A real lot. B)

 

Thanks man! :) I'm really happy with it too.

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On 06/03/2019 at 1:13 PM, Insequent said:

 

Recrudesence...... Oooohhhhh, Love. A real lot. B)

 

You might like this one too. It's a similar style of anthem trance influenced, in part, by artists like Alphazone and Dave Joy:

 

 

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More hard trance:

 

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Posted (edited)

Really loved this one (Tertium Septendecim).

 

Edit: Oh man, I didn't realize I missed  this one. I just listened to Sublimation. I'm gonna lay down in darkness and listen to it again. 

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Posted (edited)

More hard trance:

 

 

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I'm working on some ambient music at the moment. Mostly done, but it needs some final touches, so that will probably be coming soon. In the mean time, here's some more hard trance:

 

 

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Some kind of housey vocal trance (or trancey house) kind of thing:

 

 

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Another hard trance anthem:

 

 

Not sure when or even if I will post the ambient one. I don't mind putting on some ambient from time to time, which is why I thought I would give it a go, and I've only tried working on the genre once before, a long time ago. But it is a really tedious genre to work on because of the amount I have to listen to to work out if some minor change improved it or not, in contrast to hard trance where I can listen to a ten second segment repeatedly to work out how a fill or chord change or whatever sounds. If anyone's super into ambient, let me know and I will post if for nothing else than to get legitimate feedback on my work in a genre I'm not that familiar with. I remember Zen Peddler giving me great feedback on my last ambient-ish one, but haven't seen him around in a while.

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I edited out the glitches in Space 7 (which might not have bothered anyone but me). It's not perfect, but I think I can only hear them still because I know where they are and am hypersenstive to them. It was a bit tedious---I literally redrew the waveform by hand in some parts---but I was really frustrated that a track that I love had imperfections, so I'm happy that's done. I've also given it a bit of a remaster. It was tricky because I needed to compress it a bit to get the loudness up to a similar level as most of my other tracks, but I didn't want to lose the spaciousness. I think I've got a fairly happy medium here between intensity and clarity.

 

 

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