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Mix Info:4AG 4:19mins @145BPM Sci Fi Techno

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Hi Nige, this track as you know has given me the biggest headache ever , started it early this year ( you know why ). Might seen a strange type of track for the reason i did it , but there is a reason behind it. Might seem a strange type of track for the reason i did it , but there is a reason behind it. Love to know your opinion on it.

US2K Review: This mix starts with a "springy/bouncy" sound effect, a raspy harpsichord like synth plays a lead line enters, whoosh sound effects, and some intentionally uncertain bass drum hits play to enhance the fact this is only the start. After the 10 second mark some other instruments enter the arrangement, an initially intermittent hi-hat pattern, an additional synth playing a bleepy melody and other pitched sound effects which seems to answer the "harpsichord". The patterns by these slowly become consistent up to the 25-second mark eventually forming a catchy techno 4 on the floor pattern with occasional bass drum fills, every 4 to 8 bars. The mix continues in this way until the 48-second mark after which it is very foot tapping in a science fiction techno kind of way. After the 1-minute mark a change is indicated by the "springy/bouncy" sound from the introduction, whooshes and other crash-like sound effects and intermittent drops of the drum pattern. The change does take place which is a bridge of intermittent elements of the mix, a variation of the bleeps leading for a short whilst. This is a moment of rest of reflection before at the one minute 56 second mark, the return of the main theme with a vengeance. There is twice as much energy achieved with a very powerful accent snare, and the bleepy synth playing more rhythmically (I think) and numerous other instrument layers. This the part is danceable as this genre of music can get, and a joy to listen to, I could imagine robots marching to war, cars racing, or space ships rushing through the cosmos. The mix continues this way, with a temporary drop of the drums at the 3 minute 21 second mark. After which the main theme slowly changes to form an indication of an impending conclusion. This is achieved with a series of final "good bye" variations of instruments melodies from earlier. To finish the mix after around 4 minutes there is the, where a high octave cry/vox sound, there a final harpsichord melody which is cleverly pitch shifted down to almost simulate a robots power running down. My opinion of this mix, despite what other feed-back may have taken place, is that this is a imaginatively structured to tell a story, skilfully produced, enjoyable example of either Vangelis, or John Carpenter's style Sci-Fi techno if it were sped up a little. Of course those of you are thinking of Blade runner and who say where are the strings and pads? My answer is that is more like the scores from "Escape From New York" which were a little rawer but still very well done. The positioning and arrangement of instruments, the use of mastering effects delay/reverb, and sound effects, fills etc. are all expertly done. My score has to be 10 out of 10, and I suggest anyone who loves Sci-Fi techno has a listen to this.


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Mix Info:Invader 4.05mins @144BPM Tech Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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New tune for you Nige.

US2K Review: This mix start with a series of tech trance synths and some of these instruments are delayed or rhythmically panned. They play happy melodies answering each other to form an immediate hook. One of the synths is deep bass-like sound, and the other is a higher in octave acting as lead. At the 7 second mark there is a nice alternate note scale and whoosh sound effect to introduce the bass drum. This is a four on the floor pattern, which is accompanied by interesting variations of the hook melodies. The bass drum pattern has occasional fills and rolls to keep it interesting too, particularly at the 43-second mark shortly before an accent clap and hi hats enter the mix, and the main groove has formed. At this point it is apparent that the track will become very danceable later. All drums drop from the mix for few sections at the 1 minute 13 second mark, and a short bridge section formed by a duet of the synths from earlier playing an alternative happy melody lines, the main groove and hook return. My suspicions of a dance groove forming are confirmed 1 minute 39 seconds into the mix, when a third acid-like synth line enters the mix and although this instrument in combination with the existing arrangement forms more abstract jazz-like harmonies than the introduction hook but the result is still rhythmic, complementary to the main groove and danceable. This theme continues until the 2 the minute mark where there is a fill, a drop of the groove and melody which seems to introduce a key change, possibly a discord but I am unsure without the mix file. When the groove returns due to the successful key change in the mix is not just foot tapping it is catchy and exciting too. After a fill on both the bass drum and clap around the 3-minute mark, a further variation in the mix is achieved by dropping one of the synth sounds temporally from the mix. This also means there is an opportunity for the instrument to play an alternative melody on its return. The mix just gets better and better, with more melody variations each matching the hook theme. Towards the conclusion of the mix at the 3 minute 37 mark there are a series of melodies and snare/clap fills that effectively indicate completion of the mix. I think I heard some discords being used skilfully to assist in creating this result. The mix finally finishes on a snare/clap drum roll and a succession of duets of synths from earlier in the mix without any drums. My opinion of this mix is it demonstrates great musical knowledge and talent. This is a very danceable and catchy superbly produced tech trance that demonstrates very skilful use of effects such as delay. There is excellent choice of instrument sounds and panning/mix position. The drum fills and musical variations are well timed and affective in keeping the mix interesting. My score just has to be 9 out of 10. Invader really gets catchy towards the end; I recommend everyone who enjoys any type of trance has a listen.


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Mix Info:Raise The Field 6.20mins @136BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:US2K



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Another mix by me.

US2K Review: I cannot review or score my own music.


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Mix Info:Long Way to Go 7.33mins @137BPM Progressive Trance

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This is a pride and joy mix I have done, so sorry I cannot risk less scrupulous signed artists stealing it, so there cannot be a mix file.

US2K Review: I am going to give me a ten at put my self at number 1 in the chart to get more activity going. If you want me off the number 1 slot download someone else' s mix ( I presently have 3400 downloads/votes for this mix ) . If you are one of those people who hate me you can publicly hate me in the comments section here or in the forum.


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Mix Info:Unacceptable In the Nineties ( Instrumental ) 5.41mins @136BPM 80s Retro Pop

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Artist:US2K



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A better quality version without the vocal.Mix file provided for those who want to know how I did it.

US2K Review: I cannot review my own music but I will say this has been produced with more care than the vocal version which was distorted ( I had no hi fi or speakers only headphones ). A big thank you to Max Motion for scoring this mix with 9 out of 10.


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Mix Info:A moment of Solice 3.45mins @136BPM Abstract Techno

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Hi John , hope last weekend went well for you m8 , new Track for you

US2K Review: The mix introduction begins With a clap drum roll, a raspy phased/sweeped trance synth answered by a higher octave techno lead sound, some percussive and bass drum fills. This is cleverly done because it is although each instrument is introducing themselves to the listeners. After the 21 second mark a sound effect a harrier taking off introduces a four on the floor bass drum pattern with a snare sometimes accenting. The sweepy trance instrument plays a more rhythmic, catchy but nevertheless abstract melody which in my opinion is this tracks hook and could be danced to. To keep the things interesting there are snare drum rolls are after every 8 bars. At the 52 second mark there is a short drop of the drum pattern, shortly followed by an acid sound effect and the return of the main groove, this time the hook is effectively answered by another synthesiser lead for a few bars. This combination of leads continues with a longer break from the bass drum at the one minute 12 second mark and a few snare rolls. When the bass drum returns later it seems to play an alternative syncopated pattern. This seemed to me intentional extend the bridge/middle 8 and also tease the listener who wants the four on the floor and main groove to return. Interestingly enough after a new variation of the synthesiser melodies and the harrier take-off sound again, the 2 minute 27 onwards towards the conclusion there is a partial return of the four on the floor, snares attempting to drive the mix, catchy, but is it enough to dance to? This is intriguing and art never the less as I just know with Max this was intentional. The conclusion of the mix via variations of the bass drum and snare rolls works very to bring the final end arrangement of a synthesiser duet and a drum roll at the 3 minute 42 second mark to finish. My opinion of the mix is that the structure despite being a little abstract for dance music works well. The attention to detail in the composition of the instrument and drum Pattern variations is fascinating. Sound effects are used affectively in places instead of a crash to announce changes in the mix. A flange or pitch effect been applied to the snare rolls to make them sweep upwards and roll more. There are many more affects such as delay and reverb being used on instruments to improve their prescience and generally polish an already well-produced mix. I am unsure of the wide audience appeal of such this more abstract sounding tech trance (for one thing there is no bass instrument) track but the more I listen to it, the more I like it. My score has risen from 7 to 8 out of 10 and I suggest everyone has a listen.