Trans-X was a 1980S Canadian dance band. Started by Pascal Languirand, his 1st song, "Living on Video", was released in 1983. It was an instant smash hit in his native Canada and ended as one of 1983's biggest international hits worldwide.
Later in 1983 Trans-X released another song, "Message on the Radio", which didn't make the charts, and Trans-X ended the year with another single, "3D-Dance". All the songs were featured on the subsequent album 'Living on Video'. In 1986 Pascal decided to retire Trans-X after his latest album, 'Living On My Own', failed to chart. The album made the charts in Canada but not in the United States.
After the last album was released Pascal went silent for a few years and decided to continue his solo career with New Age music instead of Electronica. In 1998, he released his "Greatest Hits" album.
In 2003 Pascal decided to return as Trans-X and made a remake of his popular song called "Living On Video 2003". The song was a combination of New Wave Electronica synthesizers and higher-pitched vocals. Pascal's newest hit, "Living On Video 2k6" was released on May 6, 2006 - another remake of 'Living On Video' but with a more european dancesound to it.
Lasrever: To all musicians that see this video: Please PM me (or e-mail me at email@example.com) and tell me whether the high quality version, which you initially see here, or the low quality version (the second file) sounds better through the average person's cheap quality computer speakers.
Be very specific when you tell me why the lower quality version sounds better than the high quality version, or vice versa -- particularly regarding the sound of the "lows", "mids", and "highs" and how they blend together. If you'll notice the low quality version protects the bass and the mid sounds of the song better. The high quality version gives the highs a lot better (you can hear the intricacies of the notes better).
I'm trying to make up my mind on how to edit music and sounds for my own videos, you see. So just tell me and be specific why.
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