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Bathed in Blue Moonlight

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Uploaded
Feb 27, 2012 | 7:29 PM EST
File Info
Song
13.2 MB
8 min 15 sec
Score
2.69 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.69 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
462 Plays | 24 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

This time i went for a more conventional "long" trance song feel. What i find usually when i make music is that a "less is more" kind of approach works out best, and that leaving out a lot of unnecessary elements can sometimes save a track. Part of what makes a great song lies not only in knowing what chords sound good with one another but also when to stop adding instruments, when to add more or re-introduce the same instruments; the more i work with music and listen to my own creations the better i can alter my following projects, as is the case with this song, which came to life essentially with me picking out the elements in a trance song that i like best and trying to form a cohesive melody.

One thing i have learned is that often, incorporating animal sounds and verby atmospheres really helps create energy and define the mood which can really make a track stand out.

I'm definitely happy with the results, particularly the breakdown at the 3 minute mark which sounds like the culmination of feelings and creates that soothing atmosphere of staring at a bright clear sky at the edge of a beautiful forest.

That's it for today - for those who care, i have loads of other songs that are almost finished which i look very much forward to sharing. Stay tuned

Reviews


INFINITYMUSICPROJECTINFINITYMUSICPROJECT

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I dig this a lot. Reminds me of my days of playing DDR. Seriously good job on this track :) You got the ambient background noise pretty much perfect!



AebeatiaSookiesAebeatiaSookies

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

That strange chime sound that begins at 0.33 is going through my brain, my bones and my heart, and I don't think that is a good thing. I love all the other sounds though so it's a shame that it's ruined by that, at least smooth that chime out somewhat.