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Oct 19, 2008 | 1:54 AM EDT
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5.5 MB
4 min 1 sec
3.97 / 5.00

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Rated 3.97 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Yet another "next gen" song. lol .... with my brilliant mastering skills.... sure... well please let me know what you think... the mixing was a bit easier because unlike sparkling beauty, there weren't a bunch of sounds taking up the audio space.

Well here it is, tell me what you think.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bravo sir.

Well done track, very well mixed. Everything sounds great and the composition is very well done. Sounds like it could be used as a World Map theme or a main town theme for an RPG.

race1 responds:

VERY well put! Indeed. Thank you for listening!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a wonderful song, and one I want to see several more like. It's quite happy, and relaxing to me, but what I love is the instruments, sounds, and textures you used. I don't hear enough songs like this, and I desire to hear more. You did a better job than many I've heard who have attempting the same thing, it seems to me you have a bit of a knack mixed with skill for similar types of music, after listening to your other songs.

race1 responds:

Thanks. I listen to a lot of world music along with electronic so it gives me a pretty good idea of what goes where.

I'm still testing with mixing though. I figure if I mix everything quietly then just use a cheap normalizing option then things turn out pretty good.

Thanks for listening.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

=O Love this one as well...=)

This one sounds more island-tribal and less jungle-tribal then "Mysterious Roots"

But it's still excellent..=) I can't really tell where the climax of the song is, lol(but i think it's around the 3 min mark)

All and all, very good song..=) nice length too, which is an added bonus... 11/10 lol

race1 responds:

Wow thanks.

At first this song was kind of a mishmash of instruments and that's why it's kind of hard to tell where thigns may fall sometimes.