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Frieza wrote:That second one doesn't really sound like psytrance to me, more DnBish
Post Posted: 26 Jan 2014, 22:30
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Post Posted: 27 Jan 2014, 02:45
Post Posted: 27 Jan 2014, 03:41
Frieza wrote:Usually pystrance rhythm have a solid 4/4 beat with a heavy bass drum, backed up by some (frantic) hihats and not that much else.
Post Posted: 27 Jan 2014, 11:59
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Post Posted: 27 Jan 2014, 19:17
Frieza wrote:Does he classify that as psytrance itself? Cause that's a dubstep beat
Post Posted: 28 Jan 2014, 15:55
Post Posted: 28 Jan 2014, 17:34
Frieza wrote:You're aware dubstep has existed since the 90's? One of the defining characteristics includes a clearly accented third beat, which Calling Mercurio has. It's most certainly not a pure psytrance song, but rather a crossgenre mix. I had a look at the other tracks off that album and I wouldn't hesitate to classify track 1 through 6 as psytrance, so it makes sense to classify the album as a whole as psytrance. Of course you had to pick the one atypical song as an example.
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