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Jan 15, 2008 | 8:37 PM EST
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5.6 MB
3 min 4 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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2015 update: Well, thank you so much to everyone who's downloaded and reviewed this song over the years. I can't express how grateful I am.

Progressive trance with (yet more) orchestral themes. Kinda ambient, I dunno. It's cute, and loopable. :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars


5 out of 5 and 10 out of 10.You should thank me :D

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


10 out of 10!! It had a very attractive beat in it, I'd say! Maybe I'll play this at one of my dances, lol. I'm just kidding!! But, seriously, it was GREAT!!! X) btw, if that's a violin at the 1:30/3:04 part, I love ya!!! :3 lol Go violins!!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

loved it

loved it man (respect ;) ) it was good i liked how it built up but was calm at the same time :)


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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Progressive trance that sounds like Goa Psy \o/

You did a VERY nice job at building up the atmosphere, the pads in the background were really high in quality, and the strings only added more to the feeling when they came in. The intro was very nice also, the vocal bits here and there did wonders!

Definite download from me, there's alot to this song, can't just listen to it once :)

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cycerin responds:

Yep, I'm heavily goa inspired. Infected Mushroom is one of my favourite artists. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

lah deh lah dah

I loved the calm pads in the beginning, you'll need to have more of it in parts like 0:21 and on etc. One thing that got me is how drums sound very weak for this kind of song. Sharpen up that kick and use a snare with a longer decay for awe. More distortion on bass would do good too.

Lovely little sine synth you got going, I'd boost its level and reverb it around if I were you. Now for the orchestrale... again I'd reverb the staccato strings for amplifying that highlands feeling you just gave it with them strings. Also some remarkable string chords and bass strings to back up the staccato would have been absolutely fantastic. Then how about adding brasses... nah, now I'm just daydreaming :o


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cycerin responds:

Thanks for the review and suggestions. :D

...What are you smoking though, do you know how shit my mix would become if I added enough reverb to make it actually stand out through that fat fat staccato string arrangement? :P Percussion and such is intentionally soft. Reverb on the sine lead though, that might be a good idea.

but hey why don't you make a remix? You seem to have a pretty good idea of how you want it. :D