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meditation (lavender dub)

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Date
07/09/2009
File Info
Song
7.7 MB
8 min 26 sec
Score
3.54 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.54 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Ambient piece for meditation.

I picture a Samurai sitting, deep in contemplation.

;)

Reviews


RwiniusRwinius

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

hmmmmmm

good song, i feel the vibe, but you might wanna throw in more background noises, a high pitch bell, a drop of water falling, anything like that.

whats always soothing is humming. adding different layers of pitch makes the song fuller, thus easier on the ears

thats it, keep it up


oddfellowfloyd responds:

...thank you for the constructive criticism, mate! I can always rework this again, and give it another go.

Check out Apex Twin's "Stone In Focus". Great meditiative track, sparse, but so very full and grand. :)


LeglerLegler

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

???

What is this? What were you aiming for? The song or as you call it "meditation" hardly ever changed for the whole 8 and a half minutes! Sorry if I was harsh but c'mon, I'm sure you can do better than that.

Legler


oddfellowfloyd responds:

...have a listen to Apex Twin's "Stone In Focus" - 10 minutes of a repeated pad synth sound. The sparseness and simplicity of this piece is SUPPOSED to be almost monotonous and of course repetitive, to focus one's breathing, and to give as minimal distraction to the clearing of one's mind, as possible. Meditation is supposed to be calm and simple, not jarring and full of distraction--be they audio, visual or otherwise!

The individual above, at least appreciates the gist of what I was aiming for; or at least was a little more mindful in offering a bit of constructive criticism...

Have you ever sat and seriously tried to meditate, to focus your breathing, to clear your mind, or to focus upon a single thought or portion of life, for any length of time...??