Hypnotism may put you in a trance and Trance music could possibly do the same if you listen to enough. Trance music came from new-age music scene in the UK and German Hardcore and Techno in the early 90s with influences from ambient, house and chill-out music. Trance is typically repetitive beats, synths, arpeggios and bass lines creating a euphoric mood and atmosphere that travels and evolves.
Powerful soundscape, spacious atmosphere, great for action movies or scenes.
Energetic, dynamic, melodic tech, great for action scenes and documentaries.
Great for cinematic, action or sci-fi productions with rolling, fast-paced beats and ambient background pads.
Electronic, dance track, with a Trance bias and bright, atmospheric sound.
A driving Techno track reinforced by a human heart beat starts with a climbing riff with a sense of urgency and suspense leading in to a powerful deep pad breakdown suitable for accident and emergency productions.
This uplifting Pop/Techno track builds up with lush piano chords and Anthem style synth riff dropping in to a pulsing bass line, arpeggios and energetic dance beats.
A dreamy descending tune drenched in reverb dominates this driving track with hard stomping House beats and bubbling sub bassline with airy spacious pads.