Author Topic: (Uplifting Trance) by The PSPROJECT (formerly known as tvdude)  (Read 2419 times)

Offline thepsproject

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Hi everyone!  Glad to be back!  I've been gone for sometime, but am hoping to be a bit more frequent on the forums, although i am just getting a new place to live and will be on and off for a bit yet.  Before my unexpected departure from the net 2 almost 3 years ago now, i wrote this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChhJnttkPlE

 it is the last piece I wrote, but I hope to write more in the next year, now that I am back in the land of internet, and work. (recessions suck just for the record)

My EQ is terrible but it is what it is.  Hope you enjoy.

Best regards,
Thepsp
« Last Edit: May 17, 2011, 04:52:34 by thepsproject »
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Offline KrazyKatz

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Re: (Uplifting Trance) by The PSPROJECT (formerly known as tvdude)
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2011, 10:10:25 »
I didn't realize there was a Genre actually called "Uplifting Trance". I thought it was a name Psishock made up to describe his music... But I see it is indeed a style:)

Welcome back TVDude. To me you're still TVDude if that's okay :)

What a great entry piece for your return :) Really enjoyable listen. I'm definitely looking forward to more of your stuff now that you are back.

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Re: (Uplifting Trance) by The PSPROJECT (formerly known as tvdude)
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2011, 13:40:07 »
It's a nice track, but uses the usual sounds and similar progressions i've heard in many other uplifting tracks.
The percussion too much on the foreground and dominates the track too much.
It's not bad, but it could be better with some tweaks and a bit of fresh sounds and spicing up the percussion as well.