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3 min 4 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Finally I am able to contribute after a hectic schedule which is still continued. So here it is and as usual, flaw-full :)
PS: Use headphones for greater details.

Theme: Highlands with some ambient/electronic/cinema tic touch.

Enjoy my imperfections!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I've got to say other than the unneeded five seconds of nothingness at the song it was otherwise a great stand alone piece. The diversity of sounds kept the mind stirring. I'm at a loss of words Emid. I adore the quality of what you have made.

Emid responds:

Thank you for your valuable comment! Much appreciated.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Celtic music, this is very awesome.

Emid responds:

Hey Dem0le....really very happy to see you again mate :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Rainymood sounds wonderful with this! :) Amazing piece! This is so beautiful, the instruments are great, as is the quality. I love celtic-ish music, this gave me goosebumps!
Great job, looking forward to your future work!

People find this review helpful!
Emid responds:

My pleasure and glad you enjoyed listening to it. Your's are awesome as well. Many thanks for the kind words :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome song man! I love those synths (at 01:55) and the percussions along with it made me think of the music from Far Cry 3. Great work :)

Emid responds:

Thank you for the review. Glad you like it :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nicely done; reminds me a bit of Hevia. I'll have to keep watch for more of your work.

Emid responds:

Bundles of thanks for liking!
Just watched Hevia on youtube. Didn't know about it. I think as far as the traditional music is concerned, there might be similarities in music to the extent of monotonous-ness, as its like an anthem of a culture; a mindset of a nation. Anyways, thanks again :)