Dream trance uses dance beats similar to those of eurodance and dance-pop genres rather than genuine house beats (used by French house at that time) mixed into a 4-to-4 bass patterns with particularly repetitive sound.
The rhythm structure is also very simple, however, as stated before, all the importance is accented in instrumental strings that derive on various notes and shape the songs. Therefore, the style is very similar to trance in its general consistence, with the only difference being slower tempo (around 130 BPM) and inconstant, house-like progression.

Edited by nmopal on 1 Mar 2010, 08:10

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