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Oct 24, 2008 | 11:09 AM EDT
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5.6 MB
4 min 7 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

This track started off (as many other-by accident and by a blink in the era of time), whileI was sitting right next to the window, watching as the rain falls. Small pearls each one be. And each of them has it's own purpose. A goal to fulfill. A place to arrive. I could see a day leaving as the rain battered the windows silently.

Many-many thanks to MaestoRage: m
- For his help and advices regarding the composition of this song, and some techical instructions
- Withouth him, I would most likely newer join Newgrounds(tm)
- For the Free weather effects: Rain, Thunder, Wind
(Using them as a Non Commercial purpose)

To Mother Nature
- For inspiring me


Please comment and give critics.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


omfg, this is ... amazing.. a shame u dont make so much music =/
this is really good man! seriously , i love the panning and the calmness in the song




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very calm.

It's very calm and peaceful...I could fall asleep to it...And thats a good thing because I has insomnia :D...

EthernalRain responds:

Enjoy it then, my friend. :)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

accomplishes ambient vibe, good mix of sounds.

You already know what I think on the piece but here it is again a bit more fleshed out.

Firstly, you've gotten that ambient vibe right. It's very spaced out feeling and the sound effects aren't distracting. To boot the shimmering pads also do well in setting up the mood, the funky percussion beat blended back enough to compliment, not detract from the ambiance.

The repetition of the synths is what makes them ambient, and I think you are already aware of this. The fact you use that winding down synth a good deal serves to make it lose it's unique vibe and settle right in there with the mix.

Now one thing I wouldn't have done is cut off that percussion beat. When it disappears for a short period for that xylophone? it somewhat disrupts the flow.

I can see myself working on schoolwork with this in the background for hours so you've accomplished your desired effect. Good work, keep up the good fight and keep em coming!

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EthernalRain responds:

Well, I wanted to have some sort of a break when I brought in that soft xylophone/airbell mix. To flesh it out more... But you might have a point.

Thank you for the review. =)