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Jul 25, 2008 | 6:04 AM EDT
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4.8 MB
3 min 32 sec
4.17 / 5.00

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this is a perfect example of "musical rambling". basically, all i did was sit down for two hours and force music out of my head. then, today, i went over what i did, tweaked for about an hour or so, and here it is. after i got going, i thought it would be cool to splice this with a few other pieces (which i would have made after this) and mix and match something like a film score, but, i decided against it right now. i might do something like that down the road, but this is fine enough as-is as far as i can tell. i like at almost the minute mark, when the brass comes in; it just sets the mood for the piece. the second time around could use more elaboration, but i'll leave it be for now. enjoy!

i think the orchestra percussion instruments i'm using are getting old, at least to me, so i'm trying to lessen my use of them for now. this is pretty bare of percussion because of that, but it doesn't hurt it.

i still can't think of a good use for this. the brass and string flows sound like an event piece or background music to some kind of revelation, and other parts sound like they're during a thoughtful moment. maybe the whole thing works as an event, but i, myself, can't think of what it could be used for...

if you know a use, feel free to use it. i don't mind, same with several of my others... just let me know, that's all i ask. really, this and a handful of others are my favorites.

coming back and hearing this after so long makes me miss my mentality back then. it was more feeling than function. it would be nice to do a louder mix of this, or een a better soundset version later down the road. it really is one of my better tracks.


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