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  1. Starting a label that will print Limited Edition cds I am asking you what do you think makes a release to deserve the title Limited? Is it just the number of copies? Is it the packaging? A sticker on the cover or the rarity of the media? And what would be for you the ideal way to show that what you are holding in your hands is indeed limited? A catalog number including the letters LE, an engraved number or a sticker?
  2. I am an oldschooler Goa fan, and as most people at my age we don’t do good with digital releases, especially if you have the collectors bug. But this is the 21st century and since our music is not commercial either, it makes sense that a lot of releases are only digital. Free, quality digital only releases, don’t make things any easier for me. So what happens with that? So far I was able to push those releases to the back of my mind and pretend that they do not exist. However, there are some releases they keep coming back to haunt me. Notably, these are: The two lives of Hol Baumann Live At Sonic Live Nuit Hypnotique #4 The live versions of Elysium tracks: Live Versions The Live Remixes So I decided to print them myself and make them look like a proper release. They don’t look professional by any way, but still they are good enough to quench my thirst. For some time. And then it hit me. Kickstarter, 100 copies limited edition, 2xCD 8-panel digipacks. I didn’t see any reason they artists would refuse, I wouldn’t lose any money since all expenses would be included in the Kickstarter campaign price (if successful), all the extra income would go to the artists (I have a full time job, I don’t do it to make money, if any), could it really happen? Ehh, no. Too many things to consider for someone that has no experience in things like that would probably make my first try a disaster. And here I am, asking your advice, help, recommendations. Do you think that there is a market for that? Would you contribute to the campaign? Do any current label managers, artists, graphic designers want to help/get involved or just express your opinion? Everyone getting involved would be paid of course and the sum asked would affect the final amount price asked on kickstarter. For now other albums/comps I would like to see released in physical format are: LSD’s digital releases All Is Not Lost, All Is Dub (The Remixes) The Cerronnos Dub Rituals EP Zion604’s digital releases (one, two, three, four, five, six, seven) Entheogenic’s digital releases Gaia Sophia, Enthymesis, Anthropomorphic, A Singularity Encoded Please get involved. What I only need at this point is your opinion. Discuss away
  3. There are some great releases available for a few bucks plus some pre-order releases you should not miss out on. All on our bandcamp page... Enjoy! http://thehypnoticlforoom.bandcamp.com
  4. Artist: Enichkin Title: "The Ride" Artwork & Design: Ayalien (http://ayalien.deviantart.com) Genre: Mental Trance Format: Audio CD / Jewel Case Length: 71:51 min. Mastering: Tim Schuldt @ 4CN-Studios ( http://www.4cn-studios.com ) Label: Mind-Expansion Music (http://www.mind-expansion.net) Release date: 12. 07. 2013 Release-ID: MECD006 Distributor: Arabesque ( http://bit.ly/MECD006CD ) Tracklist: 01. Prolegomena [ 04:48 min. ] 02. Greetings From The Source [ 11:25 min. ] 03. To The Other Side Of Morning [ 11:30 min. ] 04. The Ride [ 07:59 min. ] 05. Outside The Known [ 11:35 min. ] 06. Sunbeams In The Shards Of A Broken Mirror [ 12:23 min. ] 07. Ancient Way To See The Matrix [ 12:07 min. ] Release description: The new Enichkin album "The Ride" presented by Mind Expansion Music is a complete story, sub divided into 7 episodes. The story touches some fundamental things about the human brain and it is dedicated to the definitive role of choices in the formation of personal reality. When one moves through the curves on this galactic amusement park, Love and Wisdom are the key elements to transform multiple lifetimes on Earth into a magical force. Enichkin and Mind-Expansion Music share this knowledge with you, because they consider it as the ultimate expression of their gratitude to people and forces involved into the spiritual evolution of humankind. We are all One, as quoted by Bill Hicks: "Vibrations in the mind, of one true God whose name is Love". Due to the psychedelic nature of this album, audience discretion is advised. All tracks written and performed by Sergey A. Nazarenko @ Zelenograd, Moscow, Russia. Mastering by Tim Schuldt @ 4CN-Studios ( Germany ). Cover-artwork designed by Ayalien. "The expansion of the mind, is the union of forces." 2013 Mind-Expansion Music.
  5. Many of us here are addicted to trance vibes much more than a decade. All these years little by little or more by more we've collected plenty of releases, decades or hundreds or even thousands of them. But can we throw ourselves back in the early beginnings to remember which ones were our first releases (CDs or Vinyls), the ones also that inspired us and passionate us to continue diving into the scene.
  6. Maybe a not so common question, but I am searching Goa Trance releases or partyflyers from Goa Trance parties from the 17th of May, my birthday. I found it always a lovely idea if I could print a flyer from a party and hang it in my bedroom/studio, or have a specific release in my collection from my birthday. Ofcourse you guys don't know the release dates from the releases in your collection, but maybe someone would know a good way to find it. On discogs you can't search a release on the exact date... And as I know some of you have flyers (or e-links with flyers) from Goa Trance parties from the 90s and so, if some of you find the time, you would really make me happy with it :-)! Greets, Sander
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