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Mix Info:Assassin 5:43mins @130BPM Tech Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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US2K Review: This mix starts immediately with a very danceable techno hook (hook 1) formed from of an arrangement of "raspy" timbered techno synth patches, one playing at a lower octave to provide the role of bass. I think there some subtle percussion but I am not certain right of the stereo field. After 22 seconds a four on the floor bass drum an accent snare enter the mix making it danceable. This theme continues until the thirty-six seconds position with a nice fill in the beat half way to keep it fresh. After this position another instrument joins the arrangement, an acid bass right of the stereo-field to answer the existing hook melody, shortly joined by a more high-pitched sound. These changes add some energy nicely to the mix.

The mix gets better and better up to the one-minute position. After which time some slightly discordant synth string stabs center-left of the stereo field enter the mix. At first it seems uncertain to the listener whether they are going to work musically or not. They begin dramatic and urgent becoming slowly speed up, becoming happier and catchier towards the one thirty six seconds position and take the lead to form a new hook instead of stabs (hook 2). Once they have made the mix seriously danceable they have their melody and role changed again to playing to a slower "backing off" melody line. They eventually end up as long stabs again whilst the bassiest most centrally stereo-positioned synth from the introduction hook slowly takes the dominant role of driving the mix. After some atmospheric industrial themed sound effects announce a major change and the strings leave the mix, at which point there is a start to a short bridge section.

The very affective bridge is formed from the bass synth, bass drum, snare/clap, sound effects and a higher octave synth right of the stereo field occasionally playing notes that answer the bass synth. The bridge ends with a drum roll and the higher octave synth leaves the mix being replaced with a raspy rhythmic techno synth lead. The notes played by this synth combined with the existing bass and four on the floor drum pattern form an irresistibly danceable section based on hook 1.I am talking about a hook which of rave anthem potential. Max keeps this hook interesting by playing subtle variations at first but then adds another synth left of the stereo-field, possible the string from early to play little answering accent stabs.

The mix continues until the next major change in announced by an industrial factory sound at the three minute twenty second position. This change is all the instruments have changed in tone and timbre, and the lead seems to be juddering or vibrating, quite a fascinating surprise for the listener. This new theme is soon joined by a higher octave synth right of the stereo-field playing an accent stab every eight bars. Sound effects introduce yet more synthesisers playing either accompaniment or answering notes. The mix continues this way until sound the four minute seven seconds position, at which point there is a short drop of the drum pattern before the synth strings playing hook two returns for sixteen seconds, during which there is almost a crescendo. There afterwards the conclusion begins the strings play a slower accompaniment melody to answer the bass line melody and keep the mixing flowing whilst various synthesisers from earlier playing either various faster melodies based on hook 1, or accompaniments. Each synth answers the previous one with an equally catchy result. The music maintains this theme until just after the five-minute position where a hint of hook two returns, and the snare drum becomes powerful to finally begin the end to the mix.

The actual end is formed by the strings and rest of the rest of the arrangement playing a slower dynamic version of hook 2 to restate the musical theme, with some concluding drum fills, stop and starts to indicate an imminent finish, before the mix intentionally thrown out of tune to play a discord, resulting in an orchestral crash. To enhance end there is also a sound effect not dissimilar to the Dr Who Tardis. These ending sounds are treated with verb and delay. The reflections from the delay tail fade out nicely to cleanly finish the mix.

My evaluation of this mix is that it has an intelligent structure and sophisticated arrangements. There is excellent studio mastering including use of stereo positioning, equalization, reverb, delay etc. The hooks are addictive and catchy to listen to especially after the minute position. The bridges and other variations are used well to keep the mix flowing and interesting. The use of drum fills or sound effects to add interest or announce changes in the mix is excellent, apologies but I could not mention them all otherwise this review would have been like ‘War and Peace’. Overall this is a very good tech trance production, the final score is 8 out of 10. . I suggest everyone who likes Tech Trance has a listen and gives their comments.


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Mix Info:Full Steam Ahead 4:39mins @140BPM Techno

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Artist:Max_Motion



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US2K Review: This mix begins with a rather abstract melody on a pair of left and right stereo panned warehouse rave-like synthesisers and a triplet bass drum pattern, and a low octave techno bass line. After a whiney synth sound the abstract melody begins to morph into a catchy techno hook (hook 1) whilst the bass drum pattern transforms into a four on the floor dance beat (main groove). This pattern has a subtle swing or shuffle to it making it a little different to more usual examples. This theme plays until the 13 seconds mix position where there is a short drop of the bass drum before it forms a roll and resumes the four on the floor pattern. The fill used here is not to announce a change but add some variation to the mix keeping it 'fresh'.

The mix continues with hook and groove 1 until the one minute seven seconds position with interest maintained with drum fills and an occasional play of the whiney sound. There is a short major break in the mix where the bass drum drops for a split second and a note from the hook is sustained longer adding as short moment of reflection before hook 1 resumes although sounding like it is new until the one minute forty eight seconds position with further fills and sound effects to maintain interest. After this point is the start of a two-part bridge section. The first part involves the departure of the right hand stereo position synthesiser, two repeats of a series of electronic sounding power up and power down fx introducing a "Serious Sound" vox and an occasional long note on a sweep has been added as accompaniment.

Around the two minute 31 second position there is a drum roll and a series of electronic "power up/down" down effects which announce the next change in the mix which is the return of the synthesiser right of the stereo-field. This time it seems to sound more exciting than before and seems to get faster up to the three minute ten seconds position, where the "Serious Sound" vox precedes the concluding theme for the mix. This theme is the synthesisers playing a faster/catchier variation of the previous melodies, with an additional punchy but subtle techno bass line, and half beat hi hat to drive the mix. One thing of particular interest to me at this point is the synthesiser right of the stereo-field takes lead, and seems to have either been layered with an acid lead sound or a filter sweep and/or chorus of some sort has been applied to it to make it warble. The result is the entire mix takes on the nature of a danceable trance hook (hook 2).

The synthesisers in the arrangement continue to play hook 2 with subtle variations to maintain listener interest until the four minute fourteen second position another synth moves from the right of the stereo-field to the center-left position playing a faster “bleepy” note sequence with a last few repeats of the same note to form a fill that announces the mix is coming to a conclusion. This is followed by one of the long note sweeps and the hi-hat being subtly dropped from the drum arrangement. Two of the lead synth and the bass line continue until the four minute twenty seven second position at which the bass drum leaves the mix after another long sweep note and all other instruments except the synth on the right hand-side which is left to play a solo sequences that restates the themes of previous hooks and melodies. The mix finally ends after four minutes thirty five seconds on a well-chosen sustained note.

My evaluation of this mix is that it has catchy melody lines and hooks in places. There is a general high standard of production techniques including equalisation, reverb, delay, filter effects and stereo positioning. The use of sound effects and drum fills to maintain interest is of Max Motion’ s usual high standard. The vocals are excellent in adding some atmospheric character to the music too. The mix is of an intelligent structure but listening to it again, in my opinion the main introduction of nearly 2 minutes is a little long because despite the use of drum fills and sound effects intending to maintain interest, it may not be enough for some. I think for that reason that the fist part of the mix should be a little shorter. Also Max has made such better mixes it changes the reference points for a score of 10, so my final score 9 out of 10. It is a very good techno composition that is certainly worth a listen.


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Mix Info:To Hear Is To Believe 3:53mins @140BPM Techno

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Artist:Max_Motion



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US2K Review: This mix begins with a four on the floor bass drum and happy catchy techno/dance hook (the main hook) formed from either a single techno synth or a duet of two, there are definitely set of melody lines answering each other. After 13 seconds the roll announces itself with a roll and then resumes the role of accenting every second bass drum beat, and making the mix very foot tapping. This theme continues until the 37 seconds position at which point a snare roll makes the mix fresh and again and does that little trick of Max' s of swapping the strong and weak beats round. There is more trickery at the 44 seconds position achieved either with a filter cut, side chain compressor or equalisation, or is simply shorter notes? The result is a temporary "duck of the mix". Shortly afterwards a snare roll introduces some atmospheric vox, and a hi-hat, ride or shaker percussion loop low down in the mix. The vox music remains interesting right up to the one minute 15 seconds position where the first bridge in the mix reached.

This bridge is announced with what sounds like some acid click/laser sounds treated with heavy delay, also there is a change is drum pattern. There is change from the four on the floor groove to a sophisticated syncopated swing beat. There is a change in melodic theme too at this point, the techno synth has been replaced by an instrument sound which is more organ like in character and also a squelchy acid bass line has also been added to the mix. The notes played by the new instruments are more stabbed/stuttered instead of playing a hook line. This idea works well to add emphasis to the swing of the mix. The drums are definitely leading this bridge section very effectively.

Around the 1 minute 29 second position there is a vox shout, and a little after drum fills and rolls, and sound effects including what sounds a car horn all server to add interest to the listener. The bridge lasts until the two minute three second position, after which point the four on the floor drum pattenr returns, and the hook from the beginning of the mix with the new organ sound playing an accompaniment melody, and some different occasional vox, what sounds like a "whoo whoo". The result is even catchier than before and it continues to be addictive for a whole 41 seconds, with the help of a what sounds like a laser explosion half way through.

At the two minute 43 seconds position a drum roll introduces the conclusion the mix which is a bit more "free style" than the rest of the mix. The melody line is more reminiscent of jazz than techno at times from this point but nevertheless is catchy. Sound effects and vox continue to add interest to the mix and the bass drum patterns are very imaginative, human sounding, and remind me more of rock music than techno at this point.

At the three minute 15 seconds position the mix has what sounds like a temporary bridge achieved with a temporary drop of the bass drum and some improvised snare fills. After this final bridge there a final conclusion consisting of an occasional vox shout of what sounds like the word "hear" and a faster note sequence of answering melodies based on the main hook, but at one point towards the end of the mix forms an Egyptian scale.

The musical arrangement includes every synth from earlier except the acid bass line. This is a very short finale, which ends suddenly with a drop of the bass drum and snare, leaving some trebly sounding percussion, a melody line becoming a long discordant stab, followed by a rapid descending scale, and one final "woo woo" vox to finish the mix at after 3 minutes of 39 seconds play time.

My evaluation of this mix is that it has some very catchy hook melody lines in places, and the balance of repetition/variation to maintain interest is very good. The structure and musical arrangements are very well thought out and the change of drum pattern from four on the floor in main passages to swing or adlib/freestyle in the bridges is a really nice touch to the mix. The use of vox, sound effects and drum fills, to add interest or announces changes is of Max’ s usual high standard. The general studio production including equalisation, reverb, delay and positioning of instruments demonstrate great experience and sound engineering expertise. My final score is 9 out of 10 because although this is a very good techno production I have heard Max do better. I recommend this mix as a good listen to any visitors who enjoy catchy techno with a tw


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Mix Info:Emergency! 6mins @138BPM Tech Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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US2K Review: The mix begins immediately with a police or fire engine siren. The hook is almost immediate too consisting of a catchy mid octave raspy synth lead melody, 4 on the floor bass drum with snare accenting every second beat, and of course half beat open hi hat. This the main groove for this mix. There are some atmospheric vocal whispers in the mix too.

There is a series of bass drum fills before a techno bass line enters the arrangement, at which point the music is already seriously danceable. Things are kept interesting by occasional bass drum rolls or fills for a full 46 seconds the siren returns, introducing the first short break/bridge in the mix at the 55 second position. This is formed simply by the drum pattern, and bass line leaving the arrangement for about half a second whilst the siren and synth lead have dominance. The main groove and bass line return very shortly afterwards at full strength putting listener back into "dance floor mode". This time Max has sneaked in an echo treated clap to drive the mix a bit more which ensures the mix continues to be foot tapping whilst slowly becoming mellower. These changes include the bass becoming less powerful and higher in frequency, and the drum pattern becomes more laid back allowing an orchestral pad sound to slowly emerge in the background.

The mellower more trancey theme continues with numerous subtle sound effects and some atmospheric vox speech and shouts that at times seem to have similarities to the emergency siren. This musical idea is kept interesting right up to the 3 minute, 28 second position in the mix because Max’s bass drum/heavy snare fills ever so often ingeniously change the listeners perception of what is the strong or weak beats in the music so the result is the hook and main groove start point changed keeping the mix "fresh". After this point the original synth instruments plays shorter notes and a new more powerful ravey lead is faded in on the left of the stereo-field. This new synth soon takes the role of lead alternating between playing a catchy hook or notes of a more descriptive and discordant nature.

The drum pattern seems to slowly gain in intensity towards the four minute mark. I am not certain if this is due to a doubling of the accent snare, a volume change, equalisation or an illusion of some type as a result of another change. After that point the rave lead instrument begins to change its melody line. Fourteen seconds later it is playing what sounds like an arpeggio sequence before a bridge in the mix is reached. Once again this is achieved by the drums being dropped, but this time the snare remains. The atmospheric vox and sirens also momentarily have a very strong presence; there is what sounds like an argument. This bridge is longer than the last and a snare roll announces the return of the main groove and the last section of this composition.

The vox are initially retained but soon dropped in favour of a sweepy sounding orchestral pad playing a very atmospheric musical concept on long notes (minims or semibreve 2-4 beats in length). At this point the rave synth plays higher notes and occasionally to add detail to the music. This themes until the four minute fifty eight seconds position in the mix at which point. The drum pattern changes temporarily at this point, the clap leaves the mix and the snare changes is roll from playing accent of second bass drum beats, to only an occasional hit every 4 to 8 beats. At the same time original lead synth hook from the introduction gains in mix presence before climax to the mix begins after a bass and snare roll.

The climax includes the return of the main groove without the clap, whilst both synths that have led at some point play complimentary multi-octave arpeggiated 16 note melody sequences. The results are discordant at times but not out of tune, instead more reminiscent of an acid bass line. The synth on the right side also plays another melody at a lower bass octave. The atmospheric vox and sirens also return to the mix taking lead as a result of being central of the stereo-field and to the synths being left and right of that position. The result is a temporary high energy techno feel to the music with drum fills retaining this feel. The mix continues to sound like this until the five minute 38 second position after which the lead on the left has its note sequence changed to a slower ending melody and the right synth plays the theme it originally played as a bass at a higher octave and lower velocity. After this point there distinct sense of a "wind down" with fills leading to drums leaving the mix, whilst the siren gets louder. The mix conclusion is formed from an arrangement of gentle bass drum, snare, closed hi hat, one last note from the synth on the right sustained so it sweeps out, combined with a siren and atmospheric vox shout.

My evaluation of this mix is that it is well structured, and has the right balance of repetition and variation. Max always uses some sophisticated drum fills but he has surpassed himself here in using them to change the bar starts to keep parts of the composition interesting which would otherwise have become too repetitive. The use of atmospheric sound vox and other effects is of the usual standard of the artist. Stereo positioning, equalisation, reverb, delay and other mastering effects demonstrate great production skill. The melodies range from interesting, catchy and exciting; also the mellow pads are a nice touch to the mix. To sum things up this is an excellent imaginative techno trance production that is well worth a listen to those who enjoy this kind of music, so my score is 10 out of 10.


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Mix Info:Technoid (Welcome) 3:06mins @130BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:Epic_2_The_Max



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US2K Review: Sorry folks this cannot be reviewed as it is by Max Motion and Yours Truly. I am giving Max a Score of 10 for his work though.


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Mix Info:The Spectre 3:56mins @140BPM 80s Electro Tech Trance Film Score

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Artist:Max_Motion



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US2K Review: This mix with an interesting 80s style techno film score with a musical hook influenced by electro, techno and trance, which I will for further references call the main theme. This is formed from a musical arrangement including a square wave flutelike instrument playing a lead melody, an organ that seems to morph into a sub bass at times, and another punchy bass line simply playing harmonizing accompaniment notes. Around the thirteen-second position a power down sound to announce a bass drum that is fairly gentle and plays some intermittent beats at first before changing its pattern to a four on the floor after a sound effect that is like a synthesiser laughing. A second "laugh" after 38 seconds and a short drop of the bass drum introduces a snare playing second beat bass drum accents and fill variations, the main groove. This groove continues with the main theme until the one minute thirty second position, with interest maintained via various sound effects including an atmospheric echo/delay treated effect right of the stereo field which sounds like a submarine bleep.

After the one minute thirty three position the lead flute/square waves plays a variation of its previous melody line and some "power up/power down" sound effects introduce a change in the mix which the accompaniment instrument and organ playing a bridge section descriptive melody. During the bridge there are yet more sound effects and some pretty fancy snare drum fills and variations. After another "synth laugh" sound effect a new musical theme begins led by the organ from earlier. The main groove drives this new theme with an additional hi hat. Although the foot taps a little there is no catchy melody hook and the melodies remain complex and descriptive in nature. The nature of this musical section I am not certain due to the non existent demarcation usually made clear with a drop of the drums but this section may be a continuation of the bridge and be a like a middle 8 in a pop song. This theme continues until the two minute forty-six second position in the mix, a sweep, "synth laugh", a snare fill and some other sound effects, a slightly more energetic version of main musical theme returns for the conclusion. The notes may be playing a bit faster or it could be the hi-hat in the mix that makes the main theme more exciting this time. This concluding theme continues until the three minute forty seconds play position before the last change in the mix is announced on a snare roll. This is followed by the "synth laugh" and an arrangement between the accompaniment instruments from earlier playing a melody to resolve the composition of the main theme. The mix finally ends on crash, sweep, sustained bass note and a metallic percussive right of the stereo field after three minute fifty four seconds.

My evaluation of this mix is that it is very well structures, it has some interesting melody lines, and there is the right balance of variation and repetition for a composition of its nature. The choice of instruments and use of sound effects my Max as usual is very imaginative, that was a nice touch that morphing instrument even if it was a pain for me to review, and the snare and other drum variations are skilful as usual. The use of studio mastering such equalisation, delay, reverb, stereo position etc is excellent. My final score is 9 out of 10 because this is a very produced 80s film score techno mix and well worth a listen to enthusiasts of that style of music, or anyone who enjoys 80s electro, techno or trance.