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Dec 13, 2009 | 11:31 PM EST
File Info
7.5 MB
4 min 42 sec
3.72 / 5.00

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Rated 3.72 / 5 stars
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738 Plays | 48 Downloads
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

Haven't made ambient in a loooooong time.

This is what happens when you start working on something you really like and suddenly lose focus. I hate when it happens, but I can't make an entire song in 1-seating.

Close your, relax, and let your mind drift away.

Longest song on my gallery, huh.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Ahem. Control yourself, Sato. -_-

If this is the underwater track you were talking about on mine (do you like how I deduced that by the title?) then I approve heavily. The piano does a lot to carry it with those chords, and then the daintier work up top. I feel like the synth is a bit too strong when it comes in .. maybe give it some more texture .. but the overall effect is nice.

The beat is nicely muted .. I like it in the background. Gives it a neat little pulse. Yep. The synth is a bit too strong for my ears, but it actually gives the feel of a tide rushing in and out, in and out. So. Whatever.

Feels like it shouldn't be four minutes without a climax, without a place its aiming for, so - ah. There it is. Drumbreak at about 3:16. This is why I should wait to write reviews AFTER the song is done.

Well, this review is way more obnoxiously long than my other ones. You will excuse me. Although, over 3k characters does seem like a tempting limit ..

.. but I will control myself, as we have discussed before.

Sheesh, I'm a freak. :D


GronmonSE responds:

I <3 your review.

And I'm late yet again :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Gets Very Nice

Why is it I'm always giving your stuff a 7?
At any rate, I liked the end, briefly while it lasted. My gripe would be that the build-up is too slow. While I do like build-ups, I found myself wanting to skip later into the track when I expected it would kick up, to see what the next addition was.