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dj_padman - Sand Castling

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Date
01/02/2007
File Info
Song
3.8 MB
4 min 10 sec
Score
3.87 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.87 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Get your king into cover with some chilled electronic tuneage.

Reviews


snoballandthmonyshotsnoballandthmonyshot

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 16, 2007

lovely

gorgeous restproof clockwork-ness
;ped


dj-padman1 responds:

Thanks UK.


TorkelsonTorkelson

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 7, 2007

Alright!

Another song to add to my ambient songs list. (definatly not the only one i'v D-loaded form you)
Thanks for the relaxing "tuneage" =)

Torkelson>


dj-padman1 responds:

Thanks mate. have some sand!


italianbull9italianbull9

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 5, 2007

very nice

this song is prety relaxing, and i think u really put allot of effort in it. i like the transitions.all i gotta say is great work, and keep iit up!


dj-padman1 responds:

thanks, glad you liked it!


DarKsidE555DarKsidE555

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 4, 2007

chilled!

Just what someone needs from a hard day of work. It reminds me a little bit of secret of mana. The bells somekinda have that feel of the game. The rest doesn't. ;)

Anyways, a well composed track man, don't hear anything wrong here and my AKG headphone is serving me well. =D

Enjoyed it!

Keep up the good work dude!

Thanks for your vote, DarKsidE555! You voted 5 for dj_padman - Sand Castling, keeping its score at 5.00.


dj-padman1 responds:

thanks for the review!


Zedar-KalihyuriZedar-Kalihyuri

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 4, 2007

Gin-N-Tonic

Lounging about is the best time to listen to something like this. Also, strangely enough, I do get the sense of building something. I think of more than sand castles of course, maybe Warhammer terrain layouts or sommat'.

In any case, I finally thought of a suggestion for ye. This also might be a stupid one but you know, I don't have any ammo against this piece.

Make your own samples.

Go find a sitar and take some lessons. Get a drumset and pump out the beats yourself. Recording studios, etc.

Beyond all of that, the message is that you should just get better stuff as far as your trance work goes. I've been avoiding your harder stuff in favor of not throwing crap at you, but I suppose I'll have to do that relatively soon.

For now, best wishes

::slaps on a 5::
::hugs'n kisses::
-Zedar, The Scythe-Monger


dj-padman1 responds:

thats a nice idea. I had a saxophone years ago that I really miss..You cant beat the natural sound of real instruments sometimes.

That may happen sometime in the future, but I dont think there's exactly room enough in my place for a drumkit, so maybe some pots and pans hit with a spatula?

I'll think of something..;)

Thanks for the review!