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Date
12/12/2010
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Song
1.2 MB
1 min 20 sec
Score
4.31 / 5.00

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Author Comments

The Silent Rapture - "The Age of Balarama"

Definitely made this for someone to use, so please do.
I can picture like the desert or some ethnic marketplace.

I think I captured the vibe I wanted well here.
As always, votes and reviews appreciated and returned.

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Reviews


LaqurLaqur

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 13, 2010

murph

"needs an instrument to accompany it"

there's an audible pad in there dood, but i get what your saying. my opinion is that this track is perfect as is. the opinion that this could use more instruments would simply lead to another project. i can hear all sorts of things that could accompany this but for what you were going for everything is sexily done. gratz dude :)


ShatterTheSky22 responds:

Everyone's got their own opinion so I can understand where that first review was coming from. But I'm glad you really enjoyed this--the whole review is amazing and made me feel wonderful, thank you so much! Like I said below, I actually have another piece that utilizes this instrumentation but with many more instruments and percussion; but it is a very different project. Thank you for the kind words my friend.

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Killer-DaveKiller-Dave

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 12, 2010

OOOOOhhhhhh!!!!

I liked the guitar but it needs an instrument to accompany it.


ShatterTheSky22 responds:

I think I had chosen a single instrument to reflect the desert and loneliness. Someone on a journey without another person or instrument to join the group or something. The sole wanderer. Ya know? I have another song that sounds similar with many instruments and I might upload that too, but this sort of sets the mood for it.

Thank you very much for the score and review!

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