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Alafra    0

Hey guys! I am a new Goa artist, mostly inspired by suntrip records, Used to listen to a lot of nitzhonot and in general listening to psytrance since the age of 15

i made a couple of tracks lately and i am struggling to get reviews ! nevertheless i entered this forum by mistake last night and found out its a great place for the exact thing.

here are the tracks

soundcloud = 

https://soundcloud.com/user-239682289/goa-burst-off 

https://soundcloud.com/user-239682289/generational-happieness

youtube = 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuTv7ghw6YE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6bCogLvVXA&t=6s

 

Reminding ! I am here for the reviews!

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recursion loop    465

Nice tracks, very clean and tight production. Generational Happines has some really lovely melodies but I think the transitions between various parts of the track could be more smooth.

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Alafra    0
27 minutes ago, recursion loop said:

Nice tracks, very clean and tight production. Generational Happines has some really lovely melodies but I think the transitions between various parts of the track could be more smooth.

I Think you are right, any idea about how to make nice transitions? btw i visit your page and liked it a lot!

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recursion loop    465

Thanks, well, i don't think there are common recipes for making transitions, I typically just try various things untill it sounds right. 

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Tsotsi    92

I don't know anything about making Goa or even what all the tools are that get used. But first of all your tracks are pretty hot.

It sounds like practice is just gonna get you where you want to go, Recursion gives good advice, just mess around. 

Goa Burst is my fav track. After listening to Generational Happieness I was gonna tell you to tease us with the elements of your tracks next act before bringing them all the way in. Maybe before the break or just during. But I heard you do this in Goa Burst.

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Agneton    79

Good tracks indeed, powerful melodic isra-goa.

A relief to hear a new israeli producer making this style instead of all that boring progoa in the last few years. : p

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Alafra    0
On 7/9/2018 at 1:20 PM, Agneton said:

Good tracks indeed, powerful melodic isra-goa.

A relief to hear a new israeli producer making this style instead of all that boring progoa in the last few years. : p

OMG! Agneton! let me catch my breath!

Im so happy to hear we are on the same page about it.. I am looking for people to teach me goa trance and produce with me but i cant find them... 

btw, i grew on your tracks as a teen! much of what i know today about trance is from listening to your tracks with friends.

tsotsi

thx man! really good advice, started working on it already

 

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Really clean production and cool goa vibe !

keep up !

 

PS : i really feel your pain about getting feedback on your productuon, these days it as hard as production itself )))

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Shpongled247    75

Hey man this stuff sounds good already, don't know how long you been producing but damn!

Reminds me a bit of Cronomi vibe stuff. Keep going!

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