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Apr 27, 2008 | 9:43 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
4 min 34 sec
4.25 / 5.00

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Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

This is another take on the ambient breaks genre. This song has been cooking for quite some time. Well, the percussion part of it has, anyway.

Had a lot of fun making this one. My new piano vst is a blast.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very flowing.

Great song! Flows very nicely. For some reason makes me want to play Assasins Creed 2...

Gillenium responds:

Thank ya much!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Only one review? Ahh? Well, I've got agree with Suspended Third Chord. The beat is epic, and the main synth nice and smoothly. This would go perfectly under a gameplay-trailer movie.

Keep making music!

Gillenium responds:

I'm taking a break from music right now, but reviews like this make me wanna make music again someday!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This one's real fresh! I love the dorian scale over the funky beat. I like the FX on the beat too, whatever that is that you use to make it sound kinda glitchy. Then you bring in the piano for the more emotional parts. I like the reverb FX too.

Synths production is always nice coming from you. This could be used in a scene while the main character walks down an alley fighting off creatures....Wish I had more to say, but its goood!

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Gillenium responds:

Thanks for the review! Finishing this song was kind've a bittersweet moment, because I ended up combining parts from 3 different projects to make it happen. So, now I have two projects that need new percussion and new hooks. Oh well... The beat has been cooking a loooooong time. It was attached to a Rob Dougan-sounding track that I didn't know what to do with, so I just transfered it over.

I also continued a personal trend of not correcting my piano improv. That's exactly how I played it the first time through. Has a few mistakes, but I think that adds a human element to it.