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How much time does it take to make a psytrance track?

Forest dreams
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Posted : Dec 10, 2007 18:53
And before the wise on this forum speak out.. I'm talking about an average.. maybe you can tell me the longest and shortest you took for a track, and why it took such a long/short time?
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Forza
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Posted : Dec 10, 2007 19:00
the shortest 24 hours, when I've been really inspired.

the most 3 months, because my dumb ego wasn't letting me.           Peace, Love, Light and Harmony
Sputer
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Posted : Dec 10, 2007 19:05
heh.. a regular full on track these day can take even 5-6 hours..           ..."Be yourself, let your conscience guide you...
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Soul Kontakt
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 08:53
Depends sometimes we take 1 month and sometimes we take 3 months to finish a track...nowadays maybe we can do in 3 weeks if we work a lot not take it easy.           Boom :)

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DETOX
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 09:07
I have no production knowledge at all but from the conversations i had with many many artists through the years i would say that a good psy trance track needs something like 2 weeks in the studio.

Unfortunately very few artists work that long for a single track in their studios and the results are preety much well known i guess...           Toodaloo Motherfuckers!!!!!
The Journey Man Project
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 09:26
I've hung out and seen people spit out a full on track in 2-3 hours... others like neo Goa and some of the more technical stuff takes a week or 2...


I think it depends on what you wat to achieve... $$$ or a high standard of music... and the results ALWAYS speak for themeselves.
DETOX
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 10:19
Sorry but a full track produced in 2-3 hours will be shit in 99999 times out of 100000.           Toodaloo Motherfuckers!!!!!
mk47
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 10:23
2 years and a bit .. .. still haven't managed to make a proper proper track .. lol
Goddess of Chaos


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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 10:25
Enough time for me to lose my patience with my boyfriend-- and I'm a fairly tolerant individual!!           "If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there'd be peace"
orange
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 10:59
less is about 10 hours but usually its something like 2-3 weeks           http://www.landmark-recordings.com/
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The Journey Man Project
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 11:50
Quote:

On 2007-12-11 10:19, DETOX wrote:
Sorry but a full track produced in 2-3 hours will be shit in 99999 times out of 100000.




yes that is what I said... and hence why I beleive most full on is shit... because the track I saw made in 2-3 hours sounded much like the Osraeli full on styles...
Galaxian
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 12:22
to make a fully complete track it takes infinity because it is never good enough for me, but to make a less full complete track takes about a couple of weeks to one month of working minimum 2 hours a day. longest - hmmm i have a project which i really like and i started doing it like 2 years ago and im still workng on it sometimes. the shortest time that needed to make a track was 2 days in a peak of inspiration           VA - Momentum vol.1 - Compiled by PhaseTech
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Talpa
Talpa

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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 14:53
Usually 2, or 3 days...after 3 days i quit and start a new one....but polishing last until i relase it
Pt.
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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 15:23
About 27 years and a couple of months.

Quote:

On 2007-12-11 14:53, Talpa wrote:
Usually 2, or 3 days...after 3 days i quit and start a new one....but polishing last until i relase it



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klopfgeister


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Posted : Dec 11, 2007 15:39
i did the "spiderpig remix" when i was hammer drunk in about 3 hours.

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