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Trance

Post by reticent » Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:33 am

Any good source to find out how to make trance music?

Mucho appreciated

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Re: Trance

Post by reticent » Thu Nov 10, 2011 3:35 am

bump

any suggestions on how to create a trance track? how do I start?

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Re: Trance

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Re: Trance

Post by ollyb303 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:10 am

It's spelled "tarnce"!
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Re: Trance

Post by Rave » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:31 am

ollyb303 wrote:It's spelled "tarnce"!
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Re: Trance

Post by Rationalizer » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:54 am

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Re: Trance

Post by ciw » Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:27 am

Get some good tools. For starters you could try NI Massive, a good kick sample and a decent eq (waves, sonnox).

Familiarize yourself with them (edit: as in, really get to know what everything does and how to make good sounds with them).

Try to copy the tunes you like and learn from them.

Not sounding good? Get someone more experienced to help and show you where you went wrong.

(edit: and ignore the piss taking you will get on this forum, there's a lot of rubbish trance music out there, you have the makers of that to thank for your already deteriorating image ;-) just think if you said techno you wouldn't have to worry about production quality and everyone would think you had musical integrity!)

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Re: Trance

Post by theoriva » Thu Nov 10, 2011 3:13 pm

ciw wrote:Get some good tools. For starters you could try NI Massive, a good kick sample and a decent eq (waves, sonnox).

Familiarize yourself with them (edit: as in, really get to know what everything does and how to make good sounds with them).

Try to copy the tunes you like and learn from them.

Not sounding good? Get someone more experienced to help and show you where you went wrong.

(edit: and ignore the piss taking you will get on this forum, there's a lot of rubbish trance music out there, you have the makers of that to thank for your already deteriorating image ;-) just think if you said techno you wouldn't have to worry about production quality and everyone would think you had musical integrity!)
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