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Uploaded
Jul 22, 2009 | 1:30 PM EDT
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Song
5.3 MB
2 min 19 sec
Score
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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1,044 Plays | 83 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

This song has a lot more going on than a lot of ambient pieces, but I still think it fits in the genre. It kinda feels like something in the vein of "Entering the Stronghold", but it has a much slower BPM so it can never match the pace of the faster "conga" type songs. It slows down in the middle, then speeds up at the end, I'm trying to decide whether or not adding an extra minute or two would be worthwhile. Let me know.
You can probably tell that I love the bongos.

Reviews


MiirMiir

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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havent been on in a long time but I thought I would check up on your submissions, I really like this one. Everything fits nicely and it has a great atmosphere, which is what makes a song as far as I am concerned. It ends a little quickly but other then that its great. Check out my new stuff if you can. Thanks :)



noesis9812noesis9812

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thats pretty nice

I like the different sounds used, especially the rain stick thing, or whatever kind of shaker thing that is. The whole thing reminds me of something that should be in an intense Donkey Kong game, haha. I usually hate pieces that fade out, but I think this one is the type that is ok. I don't think its absolutely necessary to add more, I like it the way it is actually. And bongos are great! but I'm more of a doumbek/toumbeleki fan myself, haha, but bongos are what this piece needs, great job!


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Musical-Pants responds:

Thanks for the review.
I love the rain stick thingamabob too, I am a percusionist, so I tried to include as many different tribal instruments as possible. It worked out pretty well.
I appreciate that this isn't your genre as such, but you still liked it.
Donkey Kong? Could be!

-Pants