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the perfect transition

daio


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Posted : Feb 7, 2012 12:08:25
whada djs around?
i open this thread to listen your opinions about the factors that affect a transition so that can be considered as "perfect".
imho and in cue of priority:
1.fit the parts of the tunes
2.careful and detailed sound control during(eq,volume,gain)
3.key match
4.beat match is a standard,if not,it should be first!!
Upavas
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Posted : Feb 8, 2012 01:16
A perfect transition to me means, you have done it so well that no one on the dancefloor notices it to be a transition at all, pair that with it being made so it raises the energy level of the crowd and yourself, and there it is, your perfect transition.
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daio


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Posted : Feb 8, 2012 01:42
the energy variations go most to the selection part whitch is another big chapter and maybe the most important...now technically speaking i added my stuff above...
willsanquil
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Posted : Feb 8, 2012 06:01
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On 2012-02-08 01:16, Upavas wrote:
A perfect transition to me means, you have done it so well that no one on the dancefloor notices it to be a transition at all, pair that with it being made so it raises the energy level of the crowd and yourself, and there it is, your perfect transition.


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daio


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Posted : Feb 9, 2012 10:05
^^any tip on this "so well"?
Basilisk
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Posted : Feb 27, 2012 13:22
All of the above.

I feel like this mix is a pretty good representation of super smooth well-blended transitions... with up to 4 tracks at a time, no less http://www.ektoplazm.com/mixes/dj-basilisk-circadian-rhythms
untilthereislight
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Posted : Mar 5, 2012 12:47
I like to mix in key as far as possible. sounds great!!           StarLab - Label DJ/Artist for Digital Om Productions

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daio


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Posted : Mar 7, 2012 15:43
for those who are mixing whith main faders,use the x-fader in cut mode if the mixer has.that way you can avoid the track running when the other has a ''cut''.
Jacob Goadream
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Posted : Mar 14, 2012 18:00
"so well" usually happens when the keys are complimentary and track are mixed "musically" correct.. Like the ascending melody picks up at the tail of the descendiing melody of out going track. Swapping bass at the turn of the phrase at a 1 bar break creates a nice "pop"... If you listening for the "rise" can help with identifing major turn around points..Alot of times it will be a simple white noise swoosh... This works for me anyway
OzMike
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Posted : Mar 15, 2012 07:52
Listen to the transition of track 1 & 2 (into track 3 as well) on Joti Sidhu's mix on Distance To Goa... it almost sounds like it's just one long track.
Shiranui
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Posted : Mar 18, 2012 18:46
Skip to 27:00 in this mix and listen: http://shiranui.lt3m.com/Jerry%20Bonham%20-%20Interpretations.mp3

That is the best transition I've ever heard in a trance mix.

(I think he might have cheated and made the mix in protools but still... it's POSSIBLE to do on vinyl, just very difficult)
emzero


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Posted : Mar 21, 2013 00:10
As already said.... the perfect transition is the one you don't notice. Or at least if you do, it didn't sound bad.

I'm an obsessive of seamless transitions.. I work my ass off to mix full on tracks as unnoticeable as possible.

If you want to hear my mixes, you will have a hard time telling where exactly I dropped the new track

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