Review: Robert Burian – Recovery (Trance) Drew Wilson | March 26, 2018 This review covers the progressive trance track Robert Burian – Recovery. This track was released in 2010 as a single. One of the features of this track is the main melody. It utilizes a somewhat muted synth to give it a rather tamed down sound. In spite of the toned down nature of it, the melody does have a lively undertone to it. The backing melody that goes with it consists of a piano. This gives the track some interesting texture. The main melody does morph into a sliding note synth. This synth has a much more up front sound to it. this ultimately helps give the track a climactic sound. Chords are also used to give this track a more full sound. While some of the chords are tucked into the background, they do also propel the track forward in certain places. As far as the bass is concerned, it was OK. It doesn’t do a whole lot, but it does give the track some warmth. Generally speaking, this track is decent enough. It is a more upbeat, yet laid back track. The way the muted sounds morph does give this track an interesting sense of progression. The chords do the same to a somewhat lesser extent. Overall, this was an alright track. Score 7/10 Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.