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Date
06/18/2011
File Info
Song
2.7 MB
2 min 57 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

I don't really know what to say about this piece of music. What can be said? The music speaks for itself. I made it in Reason 5, and I used a keyboard to play the parts. To me it is a summary of how I have begun to feel lately.. you decide what that feeling is. I imagine this would be good for a film sequence.

Enjoy.

You can listen to much more of my music on youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/us er/MrMusicalLion

Reviews


mistarogerzmistarogerz

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 18, 2011

I feel it!

I feel like I'm astral projecting when I hear this. Great work and thanks for the vibe!


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MrMusicalLion responds:

When I made this I had goosebumps from start to finish. [Approx 4 hours it took to make this]


Ren335Ren335

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 13, 2011

Wow

I started to listen to this and I was like alright, this is pretty good. So I didn't skip ahead and listened to the whole thing and after listening to it I found myself really relaxed and peaceful. This is an amazing piece of work. If I could give you 100 out of 10 i would haha. But I'm def downloading and falling asleep to this! Keep up the amazing art. I don't even consider this amazing, it's just beautiful. Great work! Def wanna hear more of this, but try some other things, your musical capability is very high! And so is your composition capability!
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=Ren


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MrMusicalLion responds:

Thanks :) I'm currently working on an Album which has this track in it - and indeed, I do love to try other things, experimentation is the key to creativity! ^_^


SCTE3SCTE3

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 12, 2011

Hopeful

Kind of reminds me of the start to a Tekken 5 song actually except it has been extended to focus on the intro instead of coming out to the rave piece of the song which is pretty cool. I like the way the tune kind of captures your mind and puts it into happiness too.

The chords sound very calming and slightly happy as well. The deep wet bass is pretty cool sounding and kind of weird to me, kind of makes me think of the Kraken battle from Earthbound too. The beeping sound I hear kind of makes it feel like a space piece.

Overall, beautiful composition.

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MrMusicalLion responds:

Hi!
Thankyou for the review. As always; I appreciate it
However I have a minor gripe; when someone rates less than 10 and is writing a serious review, I consider that it's kinda common courtesy to state why this is, so that the music can be improved. Because, surely, if it is not full score, then that means that you feel that there is room for improvement.

Of course I am not saying this angrily, lol, I really just feel it would help me out a lot more if you was able to pinpoint what it is that you feel should be worked upon, for my own development.

That aside, indeed it's interesting that you say that this piece has a certain happiness to it, in a sense.. yes it does; although that happiness is not without an underlying tone of sadness/mourning. It's the sort of happiness where you smile in spite of disaster, a new beginning.. a 'Rebirth'

I haven't played Tekken 5.. I will look for the music to compare :)

Thanks for the review! :)


MeteorManMikeMeteorManMike

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 9, 2011

Uncertain, but hopeful

This is a really nice, gentle/soothing piece. It kind of feels like someone drifting through space, looking down at the earth. The shifting of major and minor keys gives it a feel of uncertainty, while the gentle strings and bass make it feel calm and comforting, not fearful. A good line to go with this would be: "Who knows what the future holds? We look forward not with fear, but hope."

I really like the bouncing synth at the beginning, with the supporting strings and bass slowly fading in. The electronic beeps later on are also a great touch. Overall, the chord work is masterfully done, but it lacks clear, outstanding main melody.

Of course, I'm pretty sure that you weren't being nearly this philosophical while composing this. Awesome job, keep it up!

M3 of the Review Request Club


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MrMusicalLion responds:

Actually now that you mention it, I was deeply philosophical immediately prior to making this.

Something I wrote down at the time was..
'Just like Bacteria probably have little to no Awareness of Ants; And Ants have little to no awareness of us, Humans, I am left to wonder what there could be in this universe that we have little to no awareness of, yet is surrounding us all..'

I think that line fits well with the feeling of the piece, the one that you wrote.
Thanks for the Review; Greatly appreciated, as usual ^_^


MindChamberMindChamber

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 6, 2011

loved it

a powerful and introspective piece, that just says "look at us"

reminds me of Phillips glass composition that was used in Koyaanisqatsi

and later in watchmen.
Its haunting music that harks me back to the slums of the bronx in the 80s.


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MrMusicalLion responds:

Hey,
Thanks for listening, I'm really glad that you enjoyed it :) Interesting analysis.. seems like this music shows the bigger picture of how everything is. [Might sound odd for me to say that since.. I made this, but when I make music I realize lots of stuff about it after I have made it]

I will check out Koyaanisqatsi sometime then, I hadn't heard of it before
I'd only heard of Phillip Glass's music in Truman Show before, and that was amazing.

Thankyou for the thoughtful review and the 10 :)
-MrMusicalLion