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1. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 08:53 BST
Anyone else who listen to this and have any good songs to recommend? Where do you get your music? I usually listen to most of my trance at music on http://www.di.fm . My favorite DJ's have to be Armin van buren, Yahel, Above&Beyond and Tiësto.
Anyways a couple songs here i'd like to share:Choose High-Quality
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Edited on Tue 11th August, 2009 @ 08:59 by Firkraag
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2. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 12:15 BST
I love Voyage, tis a classic. Thanks buddy, I just spent an hour (or 2) revisiting all my fave trance classics, nice way to start the day. I used to listen to trance a lot, it held my hand through many cerebral adventures. It's all gone a bit soft now i think, a bit like me, lol. Hard Trance ftw!
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3. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 13:17 BST
You know it!
Great songs also, the orbit one i've heard many times but the rest were new to me Here's another great video, what a show!
Edited on Tue 11th August, 2009 @ 13:22 by Firkraag
4. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 13:29 BST
You should check out System F/Ferry Corsten's stuff. Paul Oakenfold has some stuff that's all right, but he gets more into the slower House stuff a lot, and I prefer my techno/trance to be faster than that.
If you like AVB, Above&Beyond, and Tiesto, you would also probably like Velfarre's Cyber Trance series... seriously, torrent you up some of those albums if you get the chance (they're not available in the US so far as I know). To be honest, the best trance CDs I own, I got while I was in Japan. look out for Avex Trax/Avex Trance, too.
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5. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 13:54 BST
What I do most of the time to find new music these days is I go to discogs.com and pick any random project I know I like and basically go from project to project and try out different tracks blind. Basically I'm playing "Kevin Bacon" with the industry and while you'll end up with quite a few turds at times, you do encounter plenty of great tracks that you'd never hear about otherwise. I also download CD compilations as a base and work from there. While you'll end up with more turds that way, it's much simpler to do. And finally of course, whenever I don't have access to my own mp3 archive I listen to di.fm.
Personal fave gotta be Above & Beyond, especially their OceanLab project. I even bought their album... Both of them... But other than that... We have Armin of course, Ronski Speed (especially the Sun Decade releases), Darren Tate, Ferry, Smith & Pledger, Vincent De Moor, the older Chicane stuff, Lange... I mean I could go on and on... Tiësto is good too but to be honest, I find him slightly overrated. I mean, as a DJ he's definitely top tier, but as a producer...? It's kinda hit/miss...
6. Posted: Tue 11th Aug 2009 15:36 BST
Solid recommendations dragon, I found a very awesome avb/system f song, I'll have to delve a bit deeper on those later. And yeah I'm no big Paul Oakenfold fan