Tags : | Electronic | 8.73 MB

Description : Following on with the mini mix I thought give it a go. Starts out techno then a bit of progressive chill and then a bit of disco house! Doesn't work as a proper club mix but just for fun!

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  1. peril94
    peril94 on Sat 21st Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    this is really euphoric, would make a brilliant midnight cruising track, great work!

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hey Sheffield, thanks for stopping by, and thanks for reviewing will be over to do the same.

  2. kelanuvelle
    kelanuvelle on Sat 21st Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    THIS. IS. AWESOME! Im new to looperman. Check out my music as well, looking to collaborate/network. I got most my loops from looperman and recorded my vocals on the beat I created. My friends and family liked it so much they told me to put it on iTunes! Now I'm getting local recognition in my area. Check the song out on my profile, its called "Jonestown Massacre". I would really appreciate HONEST feedback outside of friends/fam... and like I said beat/lyrics/vocals by yours truly done by loops from looperman.

  3. Mykael
    Mykael on Thu 19th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Wellllll Dayummmmmm! If it wasn't clear before, it's clear now...You're Da Man! LOL. I love the seamless and flawless progression between the sub-genres. This is as good as anything I've shaked my bum to in Ibiza, and that's the truuuuffff! LOLOL

    Love & Light,

    Mykael

  4. BlackKasper
    BlackKasper on Thu 19th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Damn paul.. This is rad dude. Love the mixing, all the elements are groovin just right. That disco house was a real bonus, cool stuff.

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for review, I think Mr FreeRadical http://www.looperman.com/users/profile/666289 started this mini mix thing off and i had a bit of writers block so what better than to work on three tracks at once and mix them? ha ha thanks for stopping by will do the same.

  5. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Thu 19th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yo. I was going to ask what you're actually doing on this track as you didn't say in the description (damn you). But then I found: "It was a mix of some of my own keyboards some drum programming a various loops from all over the place" so I guess that's my answer.

    Lots to like here, though it's not really my kind of thing, and it's some pretty far out dance music (in places).

    5:35 third song caught my attention with that brass section playing a good tune. I guess that's a vocal loop too. Sort of dance-pop there but stuff certain to get people moving.

    But I think that third track is a bit too repetitive. Needs more variety over the 4 mins. Or to be about a minute shorter. The additional brass parts aren't enough variety, though they are good, some piano and drums etc could do with changing more.

    Sorry if that's not a very helpful review - just my thoughts on first listen.

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for stopping by, dance music repetitive? surely not? ha ha unfortunately ive lost touch with the horn section and last time i heard they were all working on other projects!! I will just ha6ve to work with what i ha6ve in future i suppose.

  6. AtlasBlue
    AtlasBlue on Wed 4th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Sounds like Fritz or Paul Kalkbrenner. These two are the DJ´s all the 40 years old listen to! Well done!

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for review, Id never heard of Fritz or Paul Kalkbrenner so i checked them out. It was a compliment indeed, the live show i saw looked really good and i will be sure to check them out in the future.

  7. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Awesome work man, I'm really liking all the different sounds to this! The middle is nice and chilled and it picks up energy for the last part, which is probably my fav bit. Vocals work well and some cool brass too!

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for stopping by, I dont think i will be doing another mini mix any time soon, too much like hard work.

  8. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sat 31st May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Thought i'd give this another outing as i haven't heard it for a while. Who says limited to one comment each huh. I do really like this because it doesn't sound like mario on ketamine.
    It was quite a bold move releasing this amongst a barrage of Nitr8 remixes. I really like the soft synth sounds you use as i seem to have very little of those in my arsenal. I think my favourite part is the last bit with the old school vibe and the vocals. The trouble with making tracks so long is that i wonder if anyone actually bothers listening to the end. I've had a few comments where people have said they liked both the tracks when there were three but hey ho.
    At least they weren't indian robots. Niiice trumpet!
    FR

  9. DESTERO
    DESTERO on Mon 12th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Good Work, nice Transition´s like the change around 3:00 nice Vocal´s in here too.
    all the best,Destero

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for stopping by.

  10. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sun 11th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I see you've caught the minimix bug. In some ways it's easier than a track because if you get stuck you just fade out and bring in another. I've been working on one that's now about 40 minutes long and boy is it getting tedious.
    Anyway, this sounds really great so far, I'm going to take my time with the review as i've got nine minutes of tunage to get through.
    Second track has just started now so i'm getting an idea as to how your week off work has been going. It's very deep sounding, I try and do this style of house sometimes but it just always turns into techno.
    Wow, it's gone piano house now which is great, like the way you added the vocal to it then picked up the pace with some nice acidic sounds and trumpets and stuff.
    Third riff was definitely the best as far as im concerned.
    That trumpet thing sounds really authentic. Did you make that or is it a loop?
    Anyways nice listening to this.
    FR (F***ing R**ard)

    smallpaul
    Reply by smallpaul

    Hi mate thanks for review, I think you started this didnt you? Great fun to do had a bit of a writing block so rather than try to write one track I worked on three?? Doesnt make sense! It was a mix of some of my own keyboards some drum programming a various loops from all over the place.

  11. AnomalyJ
    AnomalyJ on Sun 11th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    really great mix. I found it delightful..love the progression.

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