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Jun 6, 2010 | 6:55 AM EDT
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Song
4.6 MB
3 min 22 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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1,887 Plays | 74 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Short instrumental demo track, still want to add some more parts in the future/
special thanks to Guy Onraet, who added the guitar parts for the end/outro.
Equipment used: bass guit, m-audio midi, cubase sx, fl studio.

Thanks for listening./10

Reviews


CalamaistrCalamaistr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahh totempoles

At first i couldnt make out much, it sounded slightly random but boy is that a wrong thought, i chose to sit it through in respect to your review on one of my tracks and its a great track!, especially with the guitars eventually. I now recognice its a loose melody (on the rhode like bells), in the literal sense, ive done that myself occasionally too and i know very well you always have to get used to these things a bit.

Its like a field of windblown grassland and alot of colorful totempoles. (if i visualise)
Atleast something surreal.

Hope this makes sense. :p

This is good enough to favorite, ill check out your other tracks sometime soon. Greets -cal.


Tokolos responds:

Hey, thanks for the review calamaistr/
much appreciated


acmeDyneacmeDyne

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sublime

I really enjoy this more with each listen. From this piece I get the impression of a cloud of particles- sometimes disconnected, sometimes swirling en masse, other times bouncing off of each other spontaneously in little chain reactions.

I love your approach to the percussion. Sometimes it propels, sometimes it follows. There's a fascinating ebb and flow that holds it all together.

The outro is perfect. There's a feeling of resolution and rest but the mystery stays with you. Like waking from a peaceful dream.


Tokolos responds:

hey Acme-I was tempted to add way more drums and percussion, but decided to keep it minimal/background.
Thanks for the review


AphoticAthanasyAphoticAthanasy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A World Derived From Our Minds ?

Deserts, Blizzards, Flames, Pain, Love, Sky, Oceans . This type of music covers it all in one go, and it's not the fact it makes the sound that we predeterminely select as of it, it's the fact any sound can make us imagine anything, we just have to be imaginative, and opened minded . Really great, nearly perfect, =D .
- Aphotic Athanasy -


Tokolos responds:

Thanks for the review AA


yagruyagru

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazingness

your skillz are impressive. i like all the melodies and how the weave through one another so flawlessly


Tokolos responds:

Thanks yagru


GraveyGravey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful...

I just really love the tone of this. It has an ambient yet vibrant atmosphere. I feel like I should be floating through space while listening to this song. Or maybe just let my mind wander unhindered.

I like the mix of instruments a lot. The guitar is really nice. It has the perfect sound for the song, and adds a little flavor to the mix when it comes in.

Also, I love the electric piano. It's just percussive enough to grab my attention. Yet it is soft enough not to ruin the mix and tone of the song. Really good choice in electric piano for this song bud.

5/5 and 10/10 overall. Really enjoyed this.

-Gravey-


Tokolos responds:

:) thanks for the review Gravey!