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Various Artists - Celestial Transvibrations (Neogoa)

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Richpa    851

FREE DOWNLOAD: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/celestial-transvibrations

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Neogoa enters a new chapter with Celestial Transvibrations, presenting a fresh selection of previously unreleased Goa trance. Compiled by label manager Richpa, this release is an attempt to explore the mystical realms of old school-flavoured Goa trance music with a more daring and experimental touch. Alongside several established names this compilation showcases many unknown artists, staying true to the label’s mission to expose new artists who are passionately re-creating the vibe and feel of retro Goa trance music from the golden years. Mastering by Stryder at Beavernest Atop Studios with artwork design by Richpa at Neogoa Design. This compilation is dedicated to all people who supported our work and our vision through the years!

Mastered samples can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/neogoa/celestialmaster

01. Protorai - Midst Aetheric Halls (148 BPM)
written and produced by Raziel Anarki (Hungary)

02. Ankrosado - Thing (140 BPM)
written and produced by Andre Rosado (Portugal)

03. Neuropa - Meganeura (142 BPM)
written and produced by Pauli Harju (Finland)

04. What Lies Beneath - Ritual Algorythm [Early Spring Remix] (146 BPM)
written and produced by George Pallas (Greece)

05. Proxeeus - Mission Atlantis [Alien Voices Mix] (143 BPM)
written and produced by Jerome Lesterps (France)

06. Veasna - Quantum Conundrum (145 BPM)
written and produced by Patrick Dinklage (Germany)

07. Arronax - Wings Of Laniakea (145 BPM)
written and produced by Mirza Aljić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

08. PharaOm - Mighty Sun (96 BPM)
written and produced by Oswald Pfeiffer (France)

Compiled, artwork design & concept by Richpa at Neogoa Design (Croatia)
https://www.facebook.com/neogoadesign
https://www.facebook.com/ohitsrichpa

 

Mastering by Stryder at Beavernest Atop Studios (Belgium)
https://www.facebook.com/stryderq

 

Released by Neogoa (NEOG033)
https://www.facebook.com/neogoa.netlabel
https://www.facebook.com/neogoacroatia
https://www.facebook.com/neogoafrance
https://www.facebook.com/neogoabelgium
https://www.facebook.com/neogoarussia

This compilation is dedicated to all people who supported us in last couple of years. You are the biggest inspiration in our work!

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johnb820    155

And you thought you could trick us into thinking this artwork has no symmetry! I see the triangles at the top showing a perfect display of tri-radial symmetry.

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Richpa    851

Horrible trickster, what can i say. Anyway, the complete thing is available for streaming via YouTube in case you want to check how it sounds. I expect this one to be available on Ektoplazm in early December. Have fun!

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StratosOZ    33

ho.

 

lee.

 

shit!

 

not even past track 1 yet and I've got goosebumps!

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Spicy_RolL    47

samples here: https://soundcloud.com/stryder/sets/va-celestial-transvibrations

 

anybody want to hear me yap about the mastering?

Please, do yap about the mastering. You`re welcome.

:):):)

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Paul Eye    430

anybody want to hear me yap about the mastering?

Sure, go ahead :)

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Richpa    851

Today we're sending the compilation to Ektoplazm and hopefully it will be posted on their website sometime around Christmas, since it's our final release for 2014, I would like to take an opportunity to thank you all for the support and great feedback! This weekend we're already moving on to new projects and more updates and news will be posted soon!

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Spicy_RolL    47

Well we'll have a fabulous christmas!!!

 

Keep the spirit alive :D

100% agreed!

P.S.: mr. George, I like your music. Hope to hear more of it in the future! :D

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ritual om    26

Thanks for the nice words spicy roll!!! For now, i am totally out of music production, but maybe in the future i will be back. This track is a rework of a 8 year old track, which i really liked! I spent many hours tweaking it in the spring, i hope you'll like the outcome, especially if you like more complex, experimental, conceptual and out of the norm trance. (too many terms for just music i guess :lol:) I really like it! There is a second edition mastering, which is also the official, where all the alterations of sound i wanted were taken into account, so credits to stryder for that, good job man!

Last but not least, a big thanks to Richpa, for giving me the opportunity to enter such a solid compilation! Well organised and detailed procedures by him!

 

Keep the spirit alive! :D

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frozen dream    20

ok about the mastering:

this is one of the first albums done for neogoa where i moved away from the traditional mastering idea of getting the spectrums of all tracks similar to eachother, instead i chose to listen to each track carefully, and keep its original mixing as alive as possible.
also inspired by the requests of dragon twins to keep overcompression and loudness out of his release, i tried to keep things a bit softer here (but not THAT soft)
this means that all tracks in this compilation have their own unique approach to the mastering, for instance proxeeus, which sounds very retro and acidic, must be the softest one done in reference to when this style was popular! the last track, an ambient track, has much softer values than let's say the one before or almost any other, tracks 6 and 7, the newschool goa stormers, have indeed a bit of pumping going on and have more compression than other tracks, simply because the music lends itself to such an approach, they are already so full of sounds and layers that a heavy mastering only adds up to the power and shine of the track!
the only little exception to this philosophy is meganaura, my absolute favorite of this release!!! for this one i started with soft dynamics since it is retro and acid-sounding, but however i put in a monstrous bass enhancement and also pretty heavy master compression to give this track extra power and performance since i really felt that this track should sound as intrusive as possible!
what lies beneath was a tough nut to crack since it has alot of different passages who each required different settings... nevertheless i am satisfied by it, i tried to pour in a bit of that montoya splendor of the old days and i think it worked!

so, music mastered intact to their original mixing, with a few touches of myself in some tracks, that's the main idea behind the mastering of this release!

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Paul Eye    430

the only little exception to this philosophy is meganaura, my absolute favorite of this release!!! for this one i started with soft dynamics since it is retro and acid-sounding, but however i put in a monstrous bass enhancement and also pretty heavy master compression to give this track extra power and performance since i really felt that this track should sound as intrusive as possible!

Thanks! I was honestly a bit weirded out by the first mastering version, but the final one sounds great :)

I don't know how easy (or not) it was to fit a scruffy 15 years old track made in Impulse Tracker with the rest of the tracks...

And anyone wondering about the track title: Wikipedia is your friend.

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Spicy_RolL    47

Thank you for mastering, Sir Stryder!
I feel your approach is much better than Mr. Schuldt (please Suntrip guys, don't take it like insulting, it`s my only point of view).

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frozen dream    20

Thank you for mastering, Sir Stryder!

I feel your approach is much better than Mr. Schuldt (please Suntrip guys, don't take it like insulting, it`s my only point of view).

haha you said it buddy!!! just before i was trying to explain this to my neighbour but he didn't understand!

 

Thanks! I was honestly a bit weirded out by the first mastering version, but the final one sounds great :)

I don't know how easy (or not) it was to fit a scruffy 15 years old track made in Impulse Tracker with the rest of the tracks...

And anyone wondering about the track title: Wikipedia is your friend.

yea it takes a few tries to cut it really clean hehe!

man your track is so fantastic!!! i can't get my head around it, it reminds me about how i feel about shakta - ten spins around the sun and they have a bit the same mysterious atmosphere... even if its been months or even years since ive heard that track,

i can always recall that melody! just like that acid line in meganeura, it's just so... WICKED COOL!!!!!

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Richpa    851

Our final release for this year has been released. You can download it for free at Ektoplazm:
http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/celestial-transvibrations

Neogoa enters a new chapter with Celestial Transvibrations, presenting a fresh selection of previously unreleased Goa trance. Compiled by label manager Richpa, this release is an attempt to explore the mystical realms of old school-flavoured Goa trance music with a more daring and experimental touch. Alongside several established names this compilation showcases many unknown artists, staying true to the label’s mission to expose new artists who are passionately re-creating the vibe and feel of retro Goa trance music from the golden years. Mastering by Stryder at Beavernest Atop Studios with artwork design by Richpa at Neogoa Design. This compilation is dedicated to all people who supported our work and our vision through the years!

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