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New tracks--Pirates of the Caribbean remix among others

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Hi guys, I haven't posted here in forever. I've had some time recently to finish up some of my old tracks, one of them being a Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack mix. It's sorta a blend of trance/electronica, and I personally find it much more interesting to listen to than Tiesto's remix of it. :) I also finished up some other ones; I guess I'll directly link to the streams rather than have you go to the soundclick page. Pirates mix - http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=4617737&q=hi Pulp (final battle videogame theme I did for silversounds.org) - http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=4599631&q=hi Splintered Time (film/game track) - http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=4442521&q=hi I'd especially appreciate a click on the Pirates link; I aiming for the top spot on the Trance charts and it's shot up from number 200 on Sunday to number 15 today. This isn't spam, really. =) EDIT: Sorry about you guys having to copy/paste the links; not sure why it's not automatically creating a clickable one. [Edited by - Miszou on November 9, 2006 8:08:51 PM]

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It's quite nice and special sounding.

I was first disappointed by the Tiësto version as well, thought it doesn't sound that special. I played it anyways in quite some sets and had to realize it's potential: In clubs, it rocks. It is really pushing, and the people love it. But as a track, it's really boring (something that should never play on radio, for example).

I don't think yours would be that great to play in a set at a club, not a track for mixing. But it's a nice track to listen to, which is just as good and important[lol].

I listen to the others later, too[lol]. I have to prepare some psy-trance set for tomorrow...

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It's quite nice and special sounding.

I was first disappointed by the Tiësto version as well, thought it doesn't sound that special. I played it anyways in quite some sets and had to realize it's potential: In clubs, it rocks. It is really pushing, and the people love it. But as a track, it's really boring (something that should never play on radio, for example).

I don't think yours would be that great to play in a set at a club, not a track for mixing. But it's a nice track to listen to, which is just as good and important[lol].

I listen to the others later, too[lol]. I have to prepare some psy-trance set for tomorrow...


Thanks, man. It's great to get a DJ's opinion. What would you say is a good formula for club music when you're making your sets?

If you don't mind, daveperman, I would appreciate it if you (as a DJ) would check out these other two tracks I've done.

"Visions" - This is an orchestral/trance/dance mix of sorts...I'd like to hear your thoughts on it.
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=4440349&q=hi

"White Rain" - euro/dance track
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=4613678&q=hi

If you don't have time to check these two out, that's fine, but I was curious as to a DJ's take on them. Thanks.

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