Review: Chakomo – Last Autumn (Trance)

This review covers the trance track Chakomo – Last Autumn.

This track was released in 1995 as part of a single.

The track starts off with some ambient-like qualities. There’s a synth pad, choir element, and a possible third pad. From there, a kick comes in along with a bassline. The full trance drum kit comes in. After that, a synth pad melody comes in. Some choir elements then come in.

The synth elements drop out and a synth element comes in. That synth pad melody then returns. From there, the choir elements come back. A subtle synth starts come in and takes a much bigger presence with an additional melody.

A number of elements drop out and a new synth melody comes in. This is backed by the choir elements. Everything then drops out and a synth element plays out. This is backed by a subtle synth pad that’s very bassy. An additional synth element comes in before the main synth melody makes a comeback. The secondary synth melody comes in.

From there, the track drops off, leaving just some synth pads and a few synth melodies. These elements lead the track out.

One thing I do like about this track is that it has that mystical mood throughout. This is definitely thanks to the pads used, but also from the choir elements as well.

Another positive is that the bassline gives this track a nice energy as well. Not only does it give the track a good rhythm, but also some good warmth as well.

Overall, I would say this is a solid track. It’s got a nice mystical sound to it, but also some good rhythm with the bassline. For me, if you want something that leans towards laid back, but still have some energy, this track is definitely a good candidate for that. So, a very solid track.


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