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Darfurian Oasis

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Contemporary piece with a cinematic-ish approach. Blend of african instruments and the traditional orchestral goods.

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Beat!

Loving the beat and the atmosphere this generates. As always you got what you were going for bro. This is a wonderful sound. Very nice to listen to for sure. Adding it to my favs!

Wyldfyre1

S3C responds:

thanks! glad its good enough for your favs and the prestigous WF1 9 ;)

What the f

Immediately reminded me of the ambient album 'my downfall' by venetian snares.
Means this is freaking epic win.

I LOVE IT 8O

S3C responds:

I had to youtube that artist after continuously hearing that name float around the internet. I must say, they have some amazing experimental music. Awwww shucks thanks alot for the comparison, I take that as a massive compliment!

Oh, this is nice.

I like African instruments. Or ethnical instruments in general. It gives the music a certain flavor. This wasn't just African instruments though, was it? It sounded somewhat Indian as well, in some parts. The sitar, mainly.

Oh, in some parts I think it sounds... empty. Like there's missing something. It might just be me though. I like.

S3C responds:

thanks! sensitive ears hear (pun intended) I see, indeed I used more than African instruments. I wanted to instill some "dryness" into the track with a grainy sounding plucked instrument. My first thought was a Kora, but I doubt I could find one anywhere- I think the tamburas (similar to a sitar in sound :P) worked well enough for what I had in mind. I also threw in some panpipes which is indigenous mainly to South America, to my knowledge. I needed a tribal sounding instrument that could sustain the main melody. Then there's cabassas and timbales to carry out small percussion parts which are used primarily in Latin music.

thanks for your comment athius, i like this review!

I liked it.

I liked this song , keep it up.

S3C responds:

Thanks man! or men, hehe.

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Jul 1, 2009
9:59 PM EDT
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3 min 16 sec

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