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  1. Many thanks for the nice review gfp1 and comparisons. A bit of insight into how I tend to work. Each track I start from scratch with a new kick and bass. There is no intentional goal to sound like a previous track, although I suppose given I am the same person as made the last track there is possibility to bring forth a self made preset and tweak it. Or it could just be that I made a new sound and it just so happens to be similar. There is also the possibility that some sounds "sound" just right for my own sonic enjoyment and so I may simply like to use them albeit tweaked. I am a sucker for some nice FM sounds.. oh yes we like the FM here. I actually dislike a fair range of psy "farts" / squelches.. they can almost descend into comedy at times.. too gastro, too jokey sounding, too high up the octaves and they lose impact... too pitch bent (out of range) for sitting in key etc. If I find something that has the right fidelity, power and punch I may tweak it up and play it with a different MIDI variation.The downside is possibly some lack of variation in squelches. I take note ! I guess the other side (and I suppose you can discount psy squelches as they are a short effect typically).. is that somehow a style may develop and some continuity occurs, of that I am kind of.... and kind of not... in control of, it tends not to be a conscious, forced or guided evolution. I try and make what tickles my ears. I am inspired to get going again and hope to do so in a few weeks after a bit of reflection, a tune de-brief (where I take notes about what I like etc. what I may do differently) It is a good buzz to be in front of the DAW and tweaking some parameters to get some interesting noises going. First stage rather technical and heady is getting a decent kick and bass. Once this bed rock is sorted a sense of freedom appears to get some elements together that may, or may not work... and so the iterative process begins. Thanks for listening, that is the most important part once the track is made that it actually resonates with people and hopefully invokes a feeling. Hopefully a feeling that I like to feel when I listen to psy. A sense of being part of something bigger, energizing, makes you want to get happy and dance ! It is fun, learning slowly (and sorry yes it takes long for me to make a track 3-4 months typical so far) gently spreading my ideas around the music I like to hear and dance to.
  2. Hi all psy lovers... I hope all are well.. I humbly present my new track, I hope you enjoy the sound !
  3. Thank you for the kind words gfp1, they are heartening and mean a lot. I use Cubase here though imagine it could be produced in any of the decent DAWS. Prog is not 100pct locked down as a term I suppose but I guess it is not fast enough enough to be full-on, it is not retro vibe Goa, it's not dark psy or Hi-Tech has a mix of modern/classic sounds in there. I say prog but it is what is heard : )
  4. New Spring release...Progressive Psy Trance - 146 BPM Key G Sharp minor - Full dynamics psy trance, densely arranged with a touch of wild energy ! Free .wav for DJ's/Promo etc. contact mikromakropsy at gmail.com (at=@ nogaps)
  5. MiKroMaKro - Solar Plexus Connexus Labels, radio, DJ's contact for high quality 24 bit .wav or 16bit loud version. mikromakropsy at gmail.com - at being @ without spacing No loudness war mastering - audiophile experience psy !
  6. A psy trance track with a sprinkling of pungent Goan spice. mikromakropsy"at"gmail.com for DJ's/labels/radio for free high quality .wav file. (Remove "at" from email address and use @) Better quality on Bandcamp search "On the Crest Of Time"
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