Half life? I think so.
This totally sounds as though it should be in a half-life game. It's got a super long background upfront feel... It's all around good.
Sounds as though it seriously should be.
I've got nothing against this track man. It's great.
I don't know about the melodic parts, but I can see (hear?) how the rest could fit there. Glad you like it.
Hehe. Let's contact Valve and demand that they use this! :P
Thanks for reviewing! :D
This is ironic.
I just uploaded an 8-minute track and thought I was being long-winded. Then I saw your Bandcamp and stumbled on this massive piece of audio.
So far, I'm only two minutes in, but I'm enjoying the journey. It has much more flavor than "The Kick," and it is indeed very relaxing. Once I get used to the kick, it starts sounding a lot like ocean waves, which is a very interesting effect. I like that things steadily morph into each other... soothing :)
I'm going to let this finish, then continue with my review...
Mmm... yep, that was lovely. Not too much of a variation between the first melodic bit and the second, but it still sounded pretty. Something tells me I'm going to put this on later tonight to fall asleep to.
When I had finished recording the delay effect I looked at the time and was like "OMG, that's long! I have to add more instruments to make it more interesting!" as I hadn't planned this at first... Hey, isn't this the second time we're uploading similar tracks simultaneously? :O
"The Kick" had some flaws in it which I didn't really notice at first. Apparently, when you reset a knob's position in a plug-in in FL Studio then the action doesn't get recorded. :/ Anyway, I agree: it does sound a bit like ocean waves. Morphing ftw!
The second melodic part was more supposed to be an echo of the first part. Well, glad you liked it. :)
Thanks a lot for the review! I know I've been bad at reviewing stuff lately. :( I'll make sure to listen to AND review your song. Again, thanks!