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Date
09/10/2010
File Info
Song
5.5 MB
4 min 2 sec
Score
4.03 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - New Wave
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Author Comments

This is an introspective, minimal, and somewhat idyllic instrumental about overcoming solitude through nature. I spent peaceful evenings looking at the fiery and goldenrod woods back when I used to live in in Southern Michigan - it was a magical feeling. Since a lot of us may feel may alienated from who we used to know (especially) during the start of a new school/work year, it is important to be reminded that there is no greater gift than owning yourself. Friends, co-workers, and crushes.. they all come and go.

I built this song over an old riff/progression that I salvaged. The staccato bell riff was modeled after Information Society's "Pure Energy", a New Wave song. This track is still very new and I plan to work on it once I learn to fix the bass equalizer because Garageband '08 normalizes like a silencer taking the bang out of a gun.

By all means, rate/comment/fave, etc. Thanks for your support and encouragement.

Reviews


blackmage124blackmage124

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2010

You know....

I like this a lot. I used to live in south western corner of Michigan myself and i miss it too. This does kinda take me back there! I love the music and how it flows. Full votes man!


rogiferus responds:

I've come to learn the true meaning of the saying "Nothing gold can stay"; the fall-time in Michigan lasts for a short while before it freezes over and bam! Five feet of snow. Thank you for your review.


ArmisseaArmissea

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 10, 2010

Cool

Does sound really good I can tell you put quite a bit of effort into this


rogiferus responds:

The sad truth is I've put a lot more work in the writing than the actual song - won't happen again!