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One in recent years become increasingly popular genre is trance music that has split off in the 1990s from the rave and is a style of electronic dance music. The trance is a melodic style of music includes sounds and effects from other genres.

History and Breakdown of Trance Music: Trance music originated in Germany in the 1990's, in Frankfurt, 1993 specifically. The genre was termed Trance after the Klaus Schulze album, Trancefer which was released in 1981.

Substance and content of Trance Music: Trance music is notable for it's smooth and relaxing, often otherworldly synthetic textures, haunting female vocal leads, usually operatic and a mid song breakdown. Trance is often used in clubs and dance bars or halls and is considered a sub genre of electronic dance music. Trance music pieces are usually quite melodic and harmonious in there composition. Beat tempo of most trance tracks ranges between 125 and 160 BPM (beats per minute).

Trance music itself is further divided and subdivided into particular genre distinctions, such as acid trance, classic trance, uplifting trance, and hardcore or hard trance. Uplifting is based primarily on classical music and is boisterous and cheerful. This is usually the most uptempo style of trance music. Another style that is similar to uplifting is Euro-Trance, indeed it is often so similar that the genres are often considered the same and can refer to pretty much any dance driven, commercial electronic track.

Acid trance by comparison is much harsher, grittier and features more envelope modulation and filter cutoff manipulation; often the genre is associated with the psychedelic scene though the music really focuses on, or is inspired by such topics. Hardcore trance developed in Europe out of the break-beat movement in the 1990's.

Hardcore is distinguished from any other kind of trance by it's focus on basslines and kick drums which are often quite harsh and overbearing. Another main characteristic of hardcore trance music is the implementation of heavy reverberation filters on the main beat to give the sound a thumping expansive quality.

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To the untrained ear, electronic dance music and all of its subgenres can sound a lot alike. The bassline kicks in, simple melodies follow, and the crowd starts moving. But to the artists and their fans, electronic music has very real, if not subtle, differences that hit everyone differently.

The objective of trance music is to put the listener in a state of hypnotic bliss. In some cases, trance producers employ professional sopranos to sing, although not in any particular chorus or refrain. Trance music is mostly instrumental, however, with a soft open and close that allows live DJs to easily transition from one song to the other.

For this reason, a lot of trance songs are longer in length to give the trance track time to establish melodic forms. But not every subgenre of trance follows this formula religiously, each has their own take on the scene. Progressive trance first introduced the build-up and release, psychedelic trance has a sci-fi ambient sound, and uplifting trance has recently been reborn as orchestral trance and features the sounds of symphonic orchestras.

Hit a snag? We all do. However, trance is a very popular form of EDM, so there are plenty of places to find a few production tips. YouTube videos are a great resource and other online tutorials or chat rooms are great ways to get answers to your questions. Believe it or not, somebody else has asked the same exact question.

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An empirical investigation of how local harmonic structures (e.g., chord progressions) contribute to the experience and enjoyment of uplifting trance (UT) music is presented. The connection between rhythmic and percussive elements and resulting trance-like states has been highlighted by musicologists, but no research, to our knowledge, has explored whether repeated harmonic elements influence affective responses in listeners of trance music. Two alternative hypotheses are discussed, the first highlighting the direct relationship between repetition/complexity and enjoyment, and the second based on the theoretical inverted-U relationship described by the Wundt curve. We investigate the connection between harmonic structure and subjective enjoyment through interdisciplinary behavioral and computational methods: First we discuss an experiment in which listeners provided enjoyment ratings for computer-generated UT anthems with varying levels of harmonic repetition and complexity. The anthems were generated using a statistical model trained on a corpus of 100 uplifting trance anthems created for this purpose, and harmonic structure was constrained by imposing particular repetition structures (semiotic patterns defining the order of chords in the sequence) on a professional UT music production template. Second, the relationship between harmonic structure and enjoyment is further explored using two computational approaches, one based on average Information Content, and another that measures average tonal tension between chords. The results of the listening experiment indicate that harmonic repetition does in fact contribute to the enjoyment of uplifting trance music. More compelling evidence was found for the second hypothesis discussed above, however some maximally repetitive structures were also preferred. Both computational models provide evidence for a Wundt-type relationship between complexity and enjoyment. By systematically manipulating the structure of chord progressions, we have discovered specific harmonic contexts in which repetitive or complex structure contribute to the enjoyment of uplifting trance music.

Mastering trance music is as delicate as classical music in a lot of cases! This is what we believe and your music deserves the best. We understand trance music as we have mastered, mixed and produced it for 20 years, week in week out!

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We work closely with our customers and understand that every project and their sound is different. Over the years we have mastered Uplifting Trance, Progressive Trance, Psytrance, Hard Trance and many more similar styles.

Mastering Trance music correctly is a key to getting DJs to play your tracks. To make sure you get the best out of your music we can offer free mix advice. This can help get rid of any issues that may show up in the mastering process and effect the finished product.

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