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Mix Info:Cruise Control ( Intense Vocal Edit ) 3.34mins @140BPM Techno/Dance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Nige , here's another dance number for you , Merry Christmas Everyone!!!,

US2K Review: This mix begins with the clever vocal "I'll make you understand". Directly afterwards, a wonderful trancey mid-octave delayed treated bass synth hook then forms the roots of the main introduction. This is shortly followed by a 4 on the floor bass drum with fill on 4. The listener already knows at this point they are in a for a treat, my foot was tapping only 10 seconds into the mix. A series of abstract vox/animal shriek sounds introduce a delayed panning accompaniment synthesiser lead line at the twenty-eight second mark (synth 2). This complements the existing arrangement, forming an improved hook and addictive dance groove which would go down a storm at an event such as the sadly lost Berlin 'Love Parade' festival. The mix continues this way until the 56 second mark after which there is a the animal shriek sound and subtle changes in the hook to announce an impending large change. This is the temporary addition of a high octave synthesiser playing a 16th note rhythm, then a drop of two instruments, the bass drum and the synthesizer that introduced the mix. The bass drum returns with a variation of synth 2 with a shriek and the "I'll make you understand". Shortly after this vocal there is cymbal hinting at a hi-hat pattern later, then broken accent snare episodes, and the high octave synthesiser playing a 16th note rhythm again. This is a moment of deciding in the mix and after a split second pause and bass drum roll longer than previously heard before the decision is made at the one minute 53 second mark. This is a full drum pattern including accent drum and hi hat pattern driving a new sophisticated techno theme including synth 2 and a left right panning acid synth. There are occasional shrieks and other sound effects to keep the mix exciting until the beginnings of the conclusion at the 3 minute 44 second position. This conclusion introduced with the "I'll make you understand" sample is the addictive hooks and variations from the introduction. The final end after a short drop of the bass drum is on synth 2, a shriek and a melodic synth stab. My conclusions of "Cruise Control" mix that the structure is intelligent, the use of variation and arrangement is skilful. The well chosen fills, sound effects, and mastering patches such as delay, and of course the vocal sample polish this production to a professionals standard. There are some serious moments of addictive dancing too. My provisional score was 7 but it is 10 out of 10 now. Ravers have to give this a listen!


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Mix Info:Sasa Clubber - Get Crazy (Original Mix) 6:05mins @135BPM Tech Trance

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Artist:Sasa_Clubber
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This is to be run by Andy de Beaugh and MAx Motion.


DBAReview: Hi i feel that the part before the break does not fit the break and mainlead. the break you have used is from a melody i did with nigel, so i feel a bit weird about this? Anyway, i did liked the first part(before break) of this song but than it sounds not right anymore for me. I feel you have skills, but u have 2 use ur ears more. mixing/mastering needs more work. I know u are signed now, so i do not now how old this song is, but i expect more from a signed artist than this.. 5,5/10
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US2K Review: The mix begins with an atmospheric whoosh sound then almost immediately afterwards a bass drum enters the mix, with a ride or hat cymbal every fourth beat. A possibly reverb or delay treated, mid-octave trance bass-line is faded in and and at the 16 seconds track position, a hi-hat and an accent clap on very second beat joins the drum arrangement. This has completed the introduction arrangement and formed a main groove, which makes the foot tap already. The mix continues in this way until a short drop of the bass drum at the 28 seconds mark. This drop means that on its return to re-create the main groove the mix continues to be exciting for a further 8 seconds without any change.

A variation does take place after 52 seconds into the mix. The bass drum leaves the mix and A whoosh and single bass drum hit acting as a cymbal crash, introduces a synth lead playing a catchy delayed trance melody line. A further whoosh announces the return of the bass drum at which point the main groove with the trance lead form a very danceable hook that would make ravers go wild. At the one minute 18 second mark there is another short relief from the bass drum, and when it returns the lead and baseline have been cleverly mixed and affect/filter treated to have increased presence. At the one 48 second mark a very powerful combination of reverse cymbal then explosion/crash sound and bass hit assist the departure of the main groove and the fading out of the lead synth line. It is a nice touch to the mix that the lead line has echo reflections of from the crash fading out with it.

Now at the 2 minute 12 seconds mix position is where I agree with Max Motion, everything is ruined. For five whole seconds there is silence, it may well have been intentional but I can imagine the looks the poor dj would have got. I will add that Sassa never makes a repeat of this mistake in his more recent productions so this was part of his learning curve that helped him get signed. Two minutes twenty-one seconds into the mix a echo treated reverse cymbal introduces a delayed piano playing a mellow sounding bridge melody, accompanied later by a powerful harmonising filter swept pad. There is a possible problem with this but maybe the five seconds of silence made this seem worse. The mix is intended for the dance floor and we have a section that goes on too long without any rhythmic elements, not even a hi hat half way through to hint at a return of the groove and ready the feet, and a laser pulse to end the section followed with one or two seconds of silence again. Three minutes fifty two seconds into the mix and an echo treated reverse cymbal and single bass drum hit introduces a the return of the danceable elements a little too late, but the delayed/filter riff trance hook which is faded in for the conclusion, is nevertheless brilliant as is the bass drum roll which increases in power and speed from the four minute 3 seconds mix position. A jet whoosh sound brings the main groove back minus the baseline. Instead there is a crowd cheer/whistle sound low down in the mix. At this point the trance hook lead has had its resonant filter fully opened as I can hear it is higher pitched. Interestingly enough the absence of a baseline does not create a feel of missing instruments. This catchy hook continues, driven by main groove drum pattern for about a minute with a drop of the bass drum in the middle to provide variation.

At the 5 minute 11 seconds position of the mix a whoosh sound announces the concluding musical theme, which is a pulsing trance baseline with full drum arrangement for a foot-tapping 254 seconds. This section like that earlier has a drop of the bass drum in the middle to keep the mix interesting.

The final finish from the five minute 44 second position is on drums only with a final reverse cymbal and explosive bang. My opinion of this mix which is one of Sassa' s early ones before he "got his act together" is that musical arrangement, and melody lines etc. are brilliant demonstrating great musical skill. The use of sound effects crashes, drum rolls and other fills was already professional at this stage too. The mixing and inclusion of reverb delay etc was polished. The fault with this potentially superb progressive trance mix was the gaps and long periods in the middle without any rhythmic elements. It meant that the mix sounded like three tracks stuck together and had a generally spoilt structure. A potential score of 10 out of 10 was dragged down to a 6 as a result.It is interesting to hear how Sassa improved from this to to the quality that secured his signing.


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Mix Info:Encantations 5:04mins @140BPM Techno Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Hi Nige , know how busy you have been , i am going to upload a few over the christmas period ,hope you like the odd one or two. This was made with Fruity Loops 9.

US2K Review: This mix begins with a delayed trance melody, accompanied by atmospheric whooshes and vox. 13 seconds into the mix a raspy bass joins the arrangement shortly before at the 20 second mark a variation of the 4 on the floor bass drum accent clap/snare, hi hat pattern. It is not strictly a 4 on the floor as there are even from the start occasional unexpected rolls and intentional off beat synchapations. This rhythm entering and an additional faster answering melody compliments the existing arrangement forming a danceable hook and main groove with a difference. The difference being the melody continuously has variations, and there are periodic voc or other sound effects. These are subtle enough though as not to disturb the hook groove too much, but bold enough to keep things interesting. At around the 1 minute 44 second mark the melody slows down, the clap and hi hat drop completely, forming a variation and a bridge or middle 8 section for the mix. There is a sweep sound in the background towards the return of the main groove. This sweep whooshes up, giving the listener an anticipation that the mix is going to speed up again shortly. It does at the 2 minute 18 second mark when the clap/snare and hi hats return and from then onwards additional instruments and melody variations are added to the mix. The most exciting stages of the mix after the 2 minute 40 second mark. When the upper octave complimentary more rhythmic synth lead enters the mix, the foot really taps and the conclusion from the 4 minute 12 second mark onwards with the unusual percussive metallic sounding synth instruments for character not melody are very interesting. This conclusion rounds Incantations off nicely before the end is indicated with the slowing down and a succession of instruments leaving the mix. The mix finishes with some restated synth lines and a synthetic yell/vox sound. My opinion of this mix is that it is very well structured, production including stereo position and delay/reverb etc. is thoughtful, and the use of fills, variations both of melody and drums has been well executed. The mix has a combination of very catchy melodies and others, which are just affective in providing energy or adding interest to the mix. I love the sweeps, and whooshes or vox sound effects too and my score for this very good fast Techno Trance track is 9 out of 10. I suggest everyone has a listen if they enjoy this genre of music.


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Mix Info:Unacceptable in the Noughties ( Max Motion Remix ) 5.22mins @146BPM Techno Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Hi m8 , here's the remix of your track , hope you like it.

US2K Review: This remix of my track begins with some typical trancey/ravey lead sounds playing a rhythmic melody line. A crash and a series of flanged sweep sounds introduce a 4 on the floor bass drum pattern. 21 seconds into the mix the bass drum pattern is accompanied by the original electric guitar sound. Max adds some improvement by improvising variation both on the hook and the bass drum pattern. There is no shortage of fills. Where this mix really takes off is after one minute. Although all the drums are dropped a nice atmospheric trance synth plays a lovely techno/rave adoption of one of one my original melodies. An arrangement of two synthesizer sounds, one lead, and one bass successfully forms an irresistible hook. This is joined by a whippy snare drum instead of a thumping one. The bass drum returns and The track steadily builds and becomes progressively a dance floor stomper. At the 1 minute 42 mark the drum pattern is dropped for a moment of relief before returning bringing with it somehow one of my original hooks but better. The various synth lines have all sorts of pitch, octave and filter changes, and subtle melody variations to keep them interesting. This mix just keeps getting better and better and at the 3 minute 19 second mark the electric guitar announces one final drop of the drums before the finale. During the drop the guitar take the lead for a few seconds. A bass drum roll and a sound crash/sweep effect introduces the mentioned finale which is the progressive return of all the synthesisers from earlier, this time driven by bass drum, snare and hi-hats. The synths are playing the original hooks, but this time with answering melodies and other octaves. The result is amazingly catchy, and I am sure would make the dance-floor go wild. The mix finally finishes on the bass drum and a high-pitched delayed synth from the original mix. My final comments on this mix is that it has intelligent structure, and skilful use of sound effects, panning, delay, reverb etc., fills, crashes etc. to make a very good production. It is a much better mix than my original. My original score was score was 10 out of 10 but I have dropped it to 9 out of 10 because on reviewing my opinion is that the introduction was a little long the excellent conclusion a little short,and I have heard so much better from Max since . All in all though this mix is an enjoyable listen when it gets going and so it is worth listening to the less exciting introduction, just to hear the rest of the mix.


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Mix Info:4AG 4:19mins @145BPM Sci Fi Techno

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Hi Nige, this track as you know has given me the biggest headache ever , started it early this year ( you know why ). Might seen a strange type of track for the reason i did it , but there is a reason behind it. Might seem a strange type of track for the reason i did it , but there is a reason behind it. Love to know your opinion on it.

US2K Review: This mix starts with a "springy/bouncy" sound effect, a raspy harpsichord like synth plays a lead line enters, whoosh sound effects, and some intentionally uncertain bass drum hits play to enhance the fact this is only the start. After the 10 second mark some other instruments enter the arrangement, an initially intermittent hi-hat pattern, an additional synth playing a bleepy melody and other pitched sound effects which seems to answer the "harpsichord". The patterns by these slowly become consistent up to the 25-second mark eventually forming a catchy techno 4 on the floor pattern with occasional bass drum fills, every 4 to 8 bars. The mix continues in this way until the 48-second mark after which it is very foot tapping in a science fiction techno kind of way. After the 1-minute mark a change is indicated by the "springy/bouncy" sound from the introduction, whooshes and other crash-like sound effects and intermittent drops of the drum pattern. The change does take place which is a bridge of intermittent elements of the mix, a variation of the bleeps leading for a short whilst. This is a moment of rest of reflection before at the one minute 56 second mark, the return of the main theme with a vengeance. There is twice as much energy achieved with a very powerful accent snare, and the bleepy synth playing more rhythmically (I think) and numerous other instrument layers. This the part is danceable as this genre of music can get, and a joy to listen to, I could imagine robots marching to war, cars racing, or space ships rushing through the cosmos. The mix continues this way, with a temporary drop of the drums at the 3 minute 21 second mark. After which the main theme slowly changes to form an indication of an impending conclusion. This is achieved with a series of final "good bye" variations of instruments melodies from earlier. To finish the mix after around 4 minutes there is the, where a high octave cry/vox sound, there a final harpsichord melody which is cleverly pitch shifted down to almost simulate a robots power running down. My opinion of this mix, despite what other feed-back may have taken place, is that this is a imaginatively structured to tell a story, skilfully produced, enjoyable example of either Vangelis, or John Carpenter's style Sci-Fi techno if it were sped up a little. Of course those of you are thinking of Blade runner and who say where are the strings and pads? My answer is that is more like the scores from "Escape From New York" which were a little rawer but still very well done. The positioning and arrangement of instruments, the use of mastering effects delay/reverb, and sound effects, fills etc. are all expertly done. My score has to be 10 out of 10, and I suggest anyone who loves Sci-Fi techno has a listen to this.


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Mix Info:Invader 4.05mins @144BPM Tech Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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New tune for you Nige.

US2K Review: This mix start with a series of tech trance synths and some of these instruments are delayed or rhythmically panned. They play happy melodies answering each other to form an immediate hook. One of the synths is deep bass-like sound, and the other is a higher in octave acting as lead. At the 7 second mark there is a nice alternate note scale and whoosh sound effect to introduce the bass drum. This is a four on the floor pattern, which is accompanied by interesting variations of the hook melodies. The bass drum pattern has occasional fills and rolls to keep it interesting too, particularly at the 43-second mark shortly before an accent clap and hi hats enter the mix, and the main groove has formed. At this point it is apparent that the track will become very danceable later. All drums drop from the mix for few sections at the 1 minute 13 second mark, and a short bridge section formed by a duet of the synths from earlier playing an alternative happy melody lines, the main groove and hook return. My suspicions of a dance groove forming are confirmed 1 minute 39 seconds into the mix, when a third acid-like synth line enters the mix and although this instrument in combination with the existing arrangement forms more abstract jazz-like harmonies than the introduction hook but the result is still rhythmic, complementary to the main groove and danceable. This theme continues until the 2 the minute mark where there is a fill, a drop of the groove and melody which seems to introduce a key change, possibly a discord but I am unsure without the mix file. When the groove returns due to the successful key change in the mix is not just foot tapping it is catchy and exciting too. After a fill on both the bass drum and clap around the 3-minute mark, a further variation in the mix is achieved by dropping one of the synth sounds temporally from the mix. This also means there is an opportunity for the instrument to play an alternative melody on its return. The mix just gets better and better, with more melody variations each matching the hook theme. Towards the conclusion of the mix at the 3 minute 37 mark there are a series of melodies and snare/clap fills that effectively indicate completion of the mix. I think I heard some discords being used skilfully to assist in creating this result. The mix finally finishes on a snare/clap drum roll and a succession of duets of synths from earlier in the mix without any drums. My opinion of this mix is it demonstrates great musical knowledge and talent. This is a very danceable and catchy superbly produced tech trance that demonstrates very skilful use of effects such as delay. There is excellent choice of instrument sounds and panning/mix position. The drum fills and musical variations are well timed and affective in keeping the mix interesting. My score just has to be 9 out of 10. Invader really gets catchy towards the end; I recommend everyone who enjoys any type of trance has a listen.