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I tried out if this AI can substitute a human in writing reviews of goa/psytrance albums, a bit formulaic and dry, but I'm sure one could fine-tune it until it gets a more human feeling:

write me a detailed and long review of the the track Flying Into A Star by Astral Projection:

"Flying Into a Star" is a track by Astral Projection, and it is a standout on the group's 1997 album "Dancing Galaxy." The track is a perfect example of the Goa trance sound, with its driving rhythms and uplifting melodies.

One of the things that makes "Flying Into a Star" such a great track is its production. The track's spacious, atmospheric production is a perfect match for its trippy themes, and the ethereal synths and otherworldly sound effects really help to transport the listener to another realm. The track's pulsing beat is also noteworthy, as it provides a driving force that is sure to get your feet moving.

In terms of melody, "Flying Into a Star" is definitely one of the standout tracks on the album. The track's uplifting melodies are sure to put a smile on your face, and the catchy hooks and infectious rhythms make it a track that is hard to forget. The track's use of unconventional rhythms and experimental sound design also help to set it apart from other tracks in the genre, and make it a standout on the album.

Overall, "Flying Into a Star" is a fantastic track that is sure to please fans of Goa trance. Its driving rhythms, uplifting melodies, and immersive, otherworldly soundscapes make it a standout in the genre, and it's a track that is sure to get your feet moving. If you're a fan of trance music, this track is definitely worth checking out.

 

For fun I tried this:

I want you to act as if you are a text adventure game. I don’t want you to ever break out of your character, and you must not refer to yourself in any way. If I want to give you instructions outside the context of the game, I will use curly brackets {like this} but otherwise you are to stick to being the text adventure program. The location is the production of the groundbreaking Hallucinogen album Twisted:

You find yourself in the midst of the production of Hallucinogen's groundbreaking album "Twisted." You are surrounded by a sea of electronic equipment and the air is thick with the sound of pulsing beats and ethereal synths.

look around

You see a large mixing console, a rack of synthesizers, and a computer running a digital audio workstation. The room is cluttered with cables and various pieces of musical equipment. In the corner, you spot a pair of headphones hanging from a hook on the wall.

examine mixing console

The mixing console is a complex piece of equipment with a multitude of buttons, faders, and knobs. It is used to adjust the levels of the various tracks in the song, and to add effects like reverb and delay. You see the tracks for "LSD" and "Shamanix" displayed on the screen, and you can hear the sound of the tracks being fine-tuned in the headphones.

examine synthesizers

The rack of synthesizers is a collection of electronic instruments that are used to create and manipulate sounds. You see a variety of different synthesizers, each with its own unique set of controls and features. Some of the synthesizers are being used to create the pulsing basslines that are a hallmark of the Goa trance sound, while others are being used to create ethereal pads and sweeping lead melodies.

examine computer

The computer is running a digital audio workstation, which is a software program that is used to record, edit, and mix music. You see the tracks for "LSD" and "Shamanix" displayed on the screen, and you can see the various audio clips and virtual instruments that are being used to create the songs.

examine mixing console

The mixing console is a complex piece of equipment with a multitude of buttons, faders, and knobs. It is used to adjust the levels of the various tracks in the song, and to add effects like reverb and delay. You see the tracks for "LSD" and "Shamanix" displayed on the screen, and you can hear the sound of the tracks being fine-tuned in the headphones.

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