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  1. i dont think its a problem... sure there are tracks that people might not have heard before or might be oldies that are forgotten. either way it serves a good purpose i think. but according to you we have heard everything already that kinda feels like a bummer. no hard feelings btw.
  2. Do you have any examples yourself or just critiquing the tracks already posted
  3. You sound a bit dooshy mate, I think that's what he meant and you did a fine job confirming it And I know cause I was pretty dooshy too, few years ago. I have since reached kundalini and zen and all that jazz. Hrm. Cough. Maybe not but I try.
  4. @Basilisk Wow. Thanks for all those tracks man, such an incredible mind blow.
  5. Same here, it was one of the first true goa trance I heard besides astral projection and chi-ad. When we dream and peaceful relaxation sticks out to me.
  6. Trivia. The track the divine plan. It's a beautiful track. It samples a lady, that was also sampled for Lost Tribe - Gamemaster. Really cool. Here's the original sample.
  7. Oh man, you didn't like that melody at 1.50? I never heard country guitar mixed with psy before and thought it was really cool.
  8. indeed and whats cool too is the "odd" time signature, it was not common in fact this track was the first i heard that switched up the signature like that.
  9. Finally it's on YouTube It's got that space cat, quirk, and biot vibe
  10. Omg my man is looking hella old didn't recognise him at first! Man, what an absolute legend. Jiggle of the sphinx is a hard track to love, but I still do love it. It was on tantrance 6 I think, together with lotus omega, crop Circles, and quirk. In that context, it's a beast track.
  11. @AstralSphinx Not to mention the OSCar
  12. the last "Great" was Filteria - Daze of our lives. I loved every part of it. Sound and production, music, and how it creates something new and interesting. Theres tons of very good albums after that, but thats still the best so far I think.
  13. Apex goes to some strange territory in the end. But the first part.. Secret space starts kind of amazingly. But when the kick and bass drops all I can hear is software sound. I wish I didn't. But, that's just my opinion. Don't be mad. The music sounds pretty much similar to his other stuff, except I think this album is a bit softer and more easy to listen to than Back to space, but in this case i don't think that's a great thing. Back to space has a different, more cocky and near perfect sound, and the music is easily as good as this.. So I suppose I'm just a bit
  14. Interesting.. I don't think astrals 1989 album is very much goa trance. And from 90 til 93 I really couldn't say. So I say the first one that comes to mind, from 1993. But I'm sure there were others before it. Blue planet corporation - overbloody flood
  15. Facebook sucks and its horrible and many people don't use it. That is all.
  16. Damn that's amazing. It's the same sample. Really cool thanks for sharing that.
  17. I know you said "not trance" but every opportunity I get Ima post this one I love you sample happens 0:39 the first time Fucking great track tho, the acid at 4.25 and beyond is just incredible.
  18. so he is not quitting music.. only a little bit? man, i dont understand this person. He damn near wrote a manifesto on why his quitting the psy scene, now hes saying "oh that was just the soundcloud account" . dafuq. btw are we the "sad haters" ? That would be fun. Hi Kristian!
  19. well, in case im very mistaken, isnt a 32 channel desk 32 mono channels or 16 stereo channels? if so that limitation of having to use mono for alot of things would make sense. ive never owned a mixer but perhaps those 32 channels are in fact stereo channels. Then my hypothesis kinda doesnt work ^^ yes indeed would be cool to hear from 90s music makers on this
  20. I think it just boils down to the time that music was created. Alot of people didn't have huge desks with tons of channels, so they were forced to have many of their layers in mono, and save the precious stereo channels for only a few things. And mono is perfect phase correlation while the sides always have some slight cancellations and differences. That's my guess at least, to why the older 90s stuff are so phase coherent.
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