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Date
04/22/2004
File Info
Song
2.6 MB
3 min 1 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Just a little relaxing ambient chill tune that i wrote

Reviews


encarmineencarmine

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 12, 2005

good

very nice piece of music does to me exacrtly what the title says which is rare for a pieceof music. :) also are you the tbf in the dow relic forums?



Fang325Fang325

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 1, 2005

this is the best song

this is one of my fav on NG :) its great burn this on a disck at like 8x and it sounds better and clearer :)



nismo4600nismo4600

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 15, 2005

Awsome and brilliant

I love this song i listened to it about 5 times b4 i finally stopped. I could listen to it for hours. I just wish it were longer like 6-8min total. Yet and still an incredible creation keep it up.



GrifMoNeYGrifMoNeY

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 5, 2005

Max 10's, not common from me ;)

I love this song. I first heard it while playing Cityscape, which is a challenging game itself, but the music playing just entranced me. I wonder why the music is a lot slower in the Flash, because here in the Audio Portal it's nearly twice the tempo.
The opening four seconds are perfect for a Flash movie's intro, and the main beat builds itself up over a nice 40 seconds. The piano work was beautiful, and I liked the flute and chime combination at 50 seconds in. What truly shows the effort on this is the way that almost no part of the song is very repetitive; there is a general mood and a basic tone, but all of the four-bar segments are separated by changes in melody, not always in rhythm or mood as many other songs are prone to do.
For evidence, start the song and clock, and concentrate on the actual notes. The key is always the same, which not only helps the overall harmony of the piece, but also keeping the "relax" mood intact. The piano melody changes at 0:16, 0:22, 0:28, 0:33, 0:39, and at 0:50, where it becomes mostly steady, with the changes now in the choice of instruments and volume for each segment.
Great job on the song. It is truly amazing, and something to listen to over and over. I've actually grown to enjoy this faster version while writing this review.



NergiZedNergiZed

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 25, 2005

Very nice, love the piano.

Great blend of Piano, soft techno, and ambience. It all meshed together perfectly, very soothing song, I like it. Awsome job, I shall remeber your name next time I come to NG to search for more tunes.

5/5

NergiZed