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  1. Yeah that's a lot closer to the kind of stuff I spin. Except for the bpm haha. Really really high quality tracks. I love the breakdown at 7:27 and the outro is really emotional. You probably knew I would say that though knowing my tastes as a DJ haha. Actually the part after 7:27 reminds me of a gareth emery production. eg echano - nothing to live for (gtr remix), cupa - mass panic (gtr remix), etc If I had one criticism it would be the melody synth seems to have too much treble and not enough sound in the lower frequencies. I know psy trance is different though, and it seems like the bassline is really separated from the melody, where in progressive trance they tend to be more integrated and layered. That's a very subjective criticism from someone who knows what he likes But objectively I would say I'm totally impressed with the caliber of productions you guys pull off. I believe this is good enough to get signed. Nice work . BTW - I'm going to be broadcasting a mix on ETN.fm this coming sunday (the 5th) I don't have my exact timeslot yet, but when I get it i'll make an official news post here hehe. You might be interested, I'm not sure. Basically starting with some progressive trance bordering on progressive house and then quickly getting pretty technical and banging by the end, with a steady bpm increase over the entire set and a relax at the end. all harmonic mixing.
  2. Sony MDR V700 is what it's all about. Or Sennheiser HD280.
  3. Well, I mean others would probably tell me "realistically" that the things I believe I can accomplish are improbable. But I have never believed in limitations and I never dismiss anything I believe in as improbable.
  4. Yes, written spanish is quite easy to understand. There are a few matters of translation that are difficult though - for instance estoy estudiando means "I am studying", as if at this exact moment, this person is in a state of studying. This is opposed to simply saying "Estudio" español, which is more correct for what I imagine he was trying to write, which means both "I study spanish" and "I am studying spanish", in the general present tense. Someone correct me if I am wrong here. Also, understanding the spanish of a english-native writer is going to be easier obviously because an english speaker would construct spanish sentences in a way that makes sense to what he or she knows about constructing english sentences. My girlfriend is a native spanish speaker, and when she speaks english to me, I understand why she makes mistakes in her english, because directly translated into spanish, they make sense. She sometimes translates in her head instead of thinking in english. Now understanding spoken spanish is another story completely - mi novia es de puerto rico y habla muy rápidamente
  5. Here's a lil' profile of me. Actor - Either Russell Crowe or Brad Pitt Actress - Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayak Movie - Microcosmos or Napoleon Dynamite Color - Grey and Magenta "Band" - Well my favorite DJs are Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, and Armin van Buuren. Book - Cien Años de Soledad (Gabriel García Márquez), Inferno (Dante Aligheri), Ficciones (Jorge Luis Borges), The Trial (Franz Kafka), The Fellowship of the Ring (J.R.R. Tolkien), The Brothers Karamazov (Fyodor Dostoevsky), 1984 (George Orwell) Food - Rack of Lamb cooked with Cabernet Sauvignon, greasy philly cheesesteaks from the lunch truck across the street. Hobbies - Reading, DJing, Collecting Music, Studying languages (el español actualmente), girlfriend, clubbing, laying out in the sun doing nothing, graphic design, blacksmithing.
  6. Currently, random small clothing boutiques near where I go to school or thrift stores. But the more I get into design the more I get into fashion and I am itching to climb up the ladder.
  7. Just finished Dante's Inferno Now I am on Cien Años de Soledad, by Gabriel García Márquez. My girlfriend gave me the original spanish version of it but my spanish skills are not nearly at that level and so I'm reading the english translation instead.
  8. http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=41.336392,-...10664&t=k&hl=en Fourth house on the left side of the street. My childhood home.
  9. I live in the woods. Enough said Maybe I will post pictures some time.
  10. Best way to rave is to be open minded, have a good time, and let yourself run free. If you mean glowstick, however, you can get instructional videos, etc. Simple maneuvers such as the figure 8 are easy to pick up quickly.
  11. you're an observant fellow, Erik. Maybe a little too observant...
  12. I'd check out the facist architecture of Rome - I had written a massive post earlier giving you some insight and what not into this important politico-architectural movement, but firefox crashed in another window and I lost the post. Italy's architecture of the 20s, 30s, and 40s is incredibly interesting to me because it exemplifies very clearly the sort of connections that architecture shares with politics, power, and psychology. I could write pages upon pages about my interest in this, but I will spare you because I am both busy and tired. Perhaps I will feel up to the task soon once more :/
  13. This is Zahira. We're both architecture students at Cornell University. She's from Puerto Rico. This is her on the cannons of El Morro, the old spanish fortress in San Juan She's the number #2 most-crazed person, behind me, of course. And the best spanish teacher ever. and, for a sappy remark that some of you may identify with, I will just say that before I met Zahira, I had no idea of the depths of my emotions, though I have always been an intense person.
  14. Thank god for electronica. Vinyl lives yet.
  15. Read books. Classic books, not cheesy pop novels. There are more important things than vocabulary involved with expression. I am talking about rhetoric, style - eloquence. Good books teach all of these things.
  16. Haha, well said. It just shows how boring everyday life can be... that's why one must always strive to live out of the box.
  17. Yeah, they don't develop historical games, it's a shame... Here at WFG, we call "the other one" "The Last Alliance". But now there is no other one, so what does it matter?!
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