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Dunno...this stuff is artificial versions of the stuff we used to dance to in the discos in manhattan in the 70s. I prefer real human musicians (being one).

I'm world ambient here. Sphongle, Infected Mushroom, and Ott these days.

http://somafm.com/suburbsofgoa/ is on my foobar almost 24/7 most days lately
Tell me there is no joy when you listen to this song especially at the 4:40 mark....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE2n...a8njrlUwMnJ72A

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Yes that's nice at the 4:40 mark...trouble is you have to get there first ;-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqvCEtlgLT0

This does more for me. Thanks for sharing that though! Seriously
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WoW, moose!!! Thanks for sharing. She's awesome. I loves me some jazz piano.
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You're welcome. She's got a little Peterson, a little Tatum, a sprinkle of Monk, and not a little of Duke in there, doesn't she? She's a national treasure.

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one song that i am a particular fan of:
7 colours by lost witness
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnOmktQqrbU

discovered hybrid about 7 years ago, more breakbeat than trance, but i love their pieces, a wonderful blend between cinematics and electronica. and yes, they actually use a live orchestra for sampling. here are a few of my favorites:
keep it in the family - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFtzTb8uhdI
last man standing - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SqUYOKZgpU
just for today - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJrmm5P5WSw <--my top favorite, build starts @ 2:20.

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Kindof a combination of C-64 game demos and TR909 innit. I remember when the TR came out and the innovative use of it back in the 80s. I thought it was the cat's behind. Eventually I came to loathe it because it was on EVERYTHING, and not tastefully at all.

This is nice (your first url). I can only take so much of the heartbeat tempo though. It soon becomes tedious (to me).

If you love trance, and you want to get into an actual trance (grin), let me introduce you to Sphongle. Please pardon me if you know this band, but if not, I encourage you to give a listen. Here's a 2 hour concert of theirs. Feel free to skip around and land where you like. If you like this I can suggest more. Thank you for taking the time to turn my on to your music. I do enjoy it and appreciate your generosity!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp2rW-rNgC0

With respect always
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actually, i never heard of sphongle.
pretty cool that they actually use live instruments for a performance. some of it sounds very similar to some pieces by Globus.

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You might like this then eh?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L4pyS6pq1I

Cheers!
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Yes that's nice at the 4:40 mark...trouble is you have to get there first ;-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqvCEtlgLT0

This does more for me. Thanks for sharing that though! Seriously
Eh, I think of getting there as a trip or journey.

The repetition and the intricate patterns entertain my mind and creates a smooth flowing sensation that I can feel both in my mind, and to a point, in my body. The music is very "universal" in my experience as well. For example, the music can be uplifting and exciting but at the same time it can also be soothing and put you into a.....trance! The consistency of the music allows it to flow but at the same time the big build ups and drops give it a very dynamic feel. Although I know that this isn't the case for everybody. Some people just hear the ~140bpm and synthesizer sounds with generic keyboard drum set like sounds. But I can understand that, because my brother loves classical baroque style music and I am sure he could also write down exactly how he feels while listening to "his" music and it wouldn't mean anything to me. That is not to say I do not appreciate the music though. It just doesn't have that "something" that makes my serotonin go wild.

Wow I think I am on to something!


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Wow I think I might be on something!

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Best mix with so many Mash-Ups. Watch the songs that are playing at the bottom of the video and watch the mixing skills!



Myon & Shane 54 - Anatomy Of A Megamix

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yU9xo...ure=plpp_video

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Tell me there is no joy when you listen to this song especially at the 4:40 mark....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE2n...a8njrlUwMnJ72A


HAHAHAHA i immediately went to 4:30 just to get there.. its nice

also if no one has found him yet.

Blackmill- lucid truth, rain, let it be, miracle, spirit of life.. etc all good
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Eh, I think of getting there as a trip or journey.

The repetition and the intricate patterns entertain my mind and creates a smooth flowing sensation that I can feel both in my mind, and to a point, in my body. The music is very "universal" in my experience as well. For example, the music can be uplifting and exciting but at the same time it can also be soothing and put you into a.....trance! The consistency of the music allows it to flow but at the same time the big build ups and drops give it a very dynamic feel. Although I know that this isn't the case for everybody. Some people just hear the ~140bpm and synthesizer sounds with generic keyboard drum set like sounds. But I can understand that, because my brother loves classical baroque style music and I am sure he could also write down exactly how he feels while listening to "his" music and it wouldn't mean anything to me. That is not to say I do not appreciate the music though. It just doesn't have that "something" that makes my serotonin go wild.

Wow I think I am on to something!


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Wow I think I might be on something!

PRETTY CLOSE to how i feel. the song is a journey. the rythym lets ur mind wander until u get to the drop, or the "melody" or the uplifting vocals and that's when ur body just like tunrs into butter and melts away all that troubles you
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What a coincidence I am listening the newest Hardwell On Air as I browse through the forum.

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Starting 2013 off with awesome-ness!!!

Armin van Buuren feat. Fiora - Waiting For The Night (Beat Service Remix)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19RnkADIkBc



The original track has a cool "mainstream" feel to it too.
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