Are long club versions out of fashion?

Production | Mar 19, 2017

  1. Eibl

    Eibl

    Eibl

    11 posts
    Since Aug 7, 2016
    Hi,

    i see more and more "short" D&B tunes out there, even from popular producers.

    No these aren't radio versions but original mixes.

    Nymfo - Nothing To Loose - 3:44
    Anile - Don't Let Me In - 3:50
    Topi - Active - 3:30

    Is this because the djs don't mix long intros/outros anymore and just drop to the next track?

    As a home listener i like it that the track starts immediately...
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    junglebass1

    junglebass1

    junglebass1

    3,710 posts
    Since Apr 23, 2015
    adhd is becoming more prevalent in society, that why I reckon it is.
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    monkey phantom

    monkey

    monkey phantom

    23,120 posts
    Since May 20, 2001
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  4. 2332s

    2332s

    2332s

    420 posts
    Since Dec 23, 2010
    Looping the good part of the track is easy now... There is no reason your track to have the same repetitive sections over and over.
    We will probably see 1 and 2 minute beats in the future.
    Intro and outro sections are also useless, if we talk about dancefloor bangers.
    The longer the track - the more contrast is needed. Or it becomes monotonous.
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    Rogue Trooper Giant Smurf

    Rogue Trooper

    Rogue Trooper Giant Smurf

    5,329 posts
    Since Jan 22, 2004
    I think this is more to do with being played on the radio than in clubs. It's a pretty sad trend. I like epic tunes with loads of different sections.
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