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Flight at Night



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Again, I feel this song would be best if there were lyrics in it, but I don't have the means...
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Uploaded: Nov 02, 2005 - 08:28:57 AM
Last Updated: Nov 02, 2005 - 05:48:54 AM Last Played: Jul 27, 2015 - 11:52:57 PM
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Phantom said 3676 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Nice mix
Very cool i enjoyed this
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Morning Light said 3676 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Heavy Duty Wonderful!!!
love the little bell sounds off setting the heavy beat!!!!!
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abstractreality said 3676 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Heavy Duty Wonderful!!!
Thanks! I named it "Flight at Night" because it kinda reminds me of when I'm on
an airplane and it's dark or getting dark outside. Do you think so too?
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nyakki said 3675 days ago (November 3rd, 2005)
No words necessary
This is a really good mix. No need for lyrics. Nicely done.

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abstractreality said 3675 days ago (November 3rd, 2005)
No words necessary
Glad you liked it!
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Ghost -05 said 3674 days ago (November 4th, 2005)
Nice mix i enjoyed this..................Ghost
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aralim said 3670 days ago (November 8th, 2005)
Nice use of layering and playing around with rhythms
I like how you layer the many variations on the main rhythm, giving each variation its own voice and tone. It makes for an interesting build, though it does cause everything to be moving pretty much in sync in terms of pitch changes(1). This is balanced to a degree by the bell sounds mentioned by another comment. These add some good variation and make the overall tone more interesting.

(1)One "rule" that I learned when I studied music theory was that the various voices and instruments should be moving differently from one another. As one voice moves up in pitch, another moves down, or they both move up in pitch but by different amounts. The net effect is that even as one line has its own changes in chording and rhythm, the combined voices/instruments also produce their own chords and harmonies that also change over time.

The reason to try not to have everything move together all the time is that it results in the piece as a whole having a degree of "same-ness"; even though individual lines may vary in rhythm and/or be separated by several octaves, the ear and brain will still perceive these as "similar" or "the same.

Of course, as with most "rules" of music theory, this can be intentionally broken for a short space if you want to deliberately create that effect. But in general you should try to follow this rule so the music has a feeling of evolution and progression.
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Trance music is a subgenre of electronic dance music (EDM) that developed in the 1990s. Trance could be described as a melodic, more-or-less freeform style of music characterized by steady beat between 130 and 158 bpm and repeating melodic patterns.

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