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4.29 / 5.00

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Ambient Oriental song, full track. Enjoy! ^_^



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 2, 2012

I really enjoyed this song overall, I think what really bothered me was during the beginning, the birds set a really nice tone to it, but then they kept singing for another 35 - 40 seconds after the music started playing and the buzzing in my ears from the birds was really bothersome until it went away altogether. Not to say the birds weren't a nice touch, but they could have left the song a lot earlier than they did.

Overall, the song is excellent

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 28, 2012

The song in overall is AMAZING, I loved it. Buuuuuut, like they say, everyone's a critic, so here's my piece of advice: the song could really get that "drifting away" feeling if you took out the percussion.

When I listen to it, I do feel like I'm in the clouds if I close my eyes (no kidding), but the percussion, you could say, brings me crashing down. It simply takes the widespread and uplifting atmosphere the song creates at the beginning and shoves it down another totally different path.

Other than that, it could go great for a haven or a safe place in a game or moovie. Awesome job.


Rated 4 / 5 stars April 20, 2012

This is objectively a very good song, make no mistake about that. The mixture of oriental and jazz themes is really impressive. However, I felt that it could have been better in a few ways.

One thing that got me was the use of the songbirds at the beginning. This _almost_ works well, except that they take away from the primary voices. If they were pushed a bit further to the background, they might have had the desired effect, becoming more of an impression than an actual voice. Unfortunately, the song doesn't really come into its true power until about 0:53, when the birds end and the main percussion begins.

Also, the stringed voice that starts at 1:36 is not ugly, but it does seem out of place. It seems a bit harsh to blend well with the rest of the song. In contrast, the woodblocks that go from 2:23 to the end blend extraordinarily well.

Overall, don't take this as a negative review. It's tricky to get a good balance on an ambient song, and the style is quick to betray you when something doesn't make for a near-perfect fit. This song has earned a place of honor on my MP3 player, and I will listen to it frequently.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars July 29, 2011

Fell like you are in japan

Oh i have a track to put when i go to sleep! =D you make a really awesome track and a good mix of sound make this song more than perfect!!! i really love this song add to favorites and 5/5 (i wish give more)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars May 5, 2011


sounds very similar to mike Oldfield works, your creativity is amazing the synth strings really compliment and the marimbas really give it that open cold feel, idk lol thats just me seems like the wind. anyway great job!!!!!