If when I die, as I am drifting up toward the pure white light at the end of the tunnel, I begin to hear this "trance" music growing louder and
louder as I get closer and closer to Nirvana, I will turn right back around.
I sometimes incorporate trance qualities into my hip-hop beats. I just uploaded this to youtube:
I don't always do trancey hip-hop songs but I try to. I also try to incorporate a lot of other genres in my beats. This one has a bit of soft metal in
it with sad/uplifting vibes (SoundCloud) Symphony of the Living
My most trancey beat to date is one called (spirit molecule) Hyperspace but that's not public as of right now, I made it before I learned anything
about mixing and levels so I have to revisit it and re-produce it.
As for my personal music tastes, I listen to anything but rap. Sometimes I'll listen to rap, but I won't really have it playing all the time unless
it's my personal rap songs. I listen to my own instrumentals and then I listen to trance and electronic music, but really psychadelic songs. I also
listen to a lot of other genres, but not consistently. My own content is my consistent player right now so I can focus on self-improvement.
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Wanted to stop by again in this thread to share a perfect example of the trance I love listening to. This is just a mix called Approaching Farewell,
but every song managed to capture the essence that truly appeals to me in trance.
Around 23-25 minutes I started to break down in tears, and at 25 on the dot I think I actually lost it and let go of myself completely, diving into
the music, vibrating with it. Feeling it. Being it. Nothing existed to me in that moment except for the music and my metaphysical-self.
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I recognize that but if you don't classify trance as a specific sound, it can be generalized to include anything that induces an altered state of
mind, even in hip-hop like with Beautiful Pain by Eminem.
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