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(Gillenium) Strange Petals

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Date
02/20/2006
File Info
Song
3.8 MB
4 min 9 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Starts off pretty slow, but give it time, and I guarantee that this flower blooms.

Reviews


KaizerwolfKaizerwolf

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 15, 2008

WOw.

Thats it, all i can say. Wow. It starts off so smooth, you would mistake it for classical with a twist. Then it gets the beat coming, and it starts to sound more Industrial. So kick ass, i used it in a video. Great music!


Gillenium responds:

Thanks! You used it in a video, eh.... what video is this?


blueblade5000blueblade5000

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 6, 2008

Yet another masterpiece

You can make ambience like you breathing air it seems. I just got done playing a bit of game called Mass Effect....this would fit perfectly into the game. How do you capture this kind of music...what kind of inspiration do you use?


Gillenium responds:

Mass Effect... I've wanted to try that game. Is it good?

Inspiration, hmmmm, well this song came to me after watching the movie Adaptation (I think I explained this in a previous review but I'm too lazy to look). I think if you see that movie, you'll see where this song is coming from and what the title is all about. I base songs on all kinds of things - movies, games, scenery, experiences, you name it. Thanks for the review!


splinterchaossplinterchaos

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 28, 2007

I wouldn't be suprised if....

more movies or games based on dreams featured this piece, its truly brilliant, and its a piece that reaches deep down, into the dark part of the psyche, and allows a breif glimmer of sight to which you can see that which was invisible. In short, this piece allows an easier understanding to dreams (or at least my dreams) as it acts as sort of a.....theme song if you will, having the corrects tones and melody to play the part. In short, this is truly a thought provoking piece, truly a mesmerizing pieces, truly true to all degrees of conciencness to be beautiful, thank you for the piece.


Gillenium responds:

Wow, that was deeper than most Gillenium reviews get! Most reviews are like "Woohoo! Good song dudez! What programs do you use??" haha

I've actually been studying dreams some recently (this is why the title Dream Machine seemed like such a good idea when Kevin suggested it to me recently). I've been working on being able to control my dreams. It takes several steps and a long time to master though. You have to start with good dream recall. I can remember about 4 dreams a night now, which is way more than I used to remember..

But anyway, about the song - yeah, it took a while to make... There's an unbelievable number of layers on it. I'm glad you enjoyed! Thanks or the review


FlatlandFlatland

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 28, 2007

Love the melody.

My favorite piece of yours. :P


Gillenium responds:

You're not alone there :D Thanks for the review.


RTZRTZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 30, 2007

Such magic...

As many have said before me, it is indeed an amazing piece of music that has stirred the inner soul of my being. In the beggining it feel's like a factory waking up for the day. Moving on, it sound's like part's are being made and it's moving smoothly and fine. Then it calm's down and has an almost cryptic and trance like feel to it, especially the humming and the sound of the thing off in the distance (kinda sound's like a washing machine). After that segment it has an effect to it that make's me think that the factory is shutting down. All and all, it is an amazing track and I commend you for changing the way I feel about techno. Keep up the phoneomenal work.


Gillenium responds:

I *heart* techno! Thanks for the review. I'm glad this song in particular is getting so much recognition. This is probably as close to my "style" as I've ever gotten. I am suddenly inspired to make more music...