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May 3, 2010 | 2:29 PM EDT
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3.3 MB
2 min 25 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

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Hi, NG! It's me again. Today will be a short ambient track. I hope it's good. Don't forget to leave comments! ^_^



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

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Nice soft opening; the synth has got enough dynamic variety in itself to be able to stay on its own for as long as it does, because you've got those little subtle changes in volume and pitch. Undertones in general I think reign supreme in this, because everything is done in a very subtle way so that no transition overpowers what came before it, creating a very relaxed atmosphere. The second sound to come in is really subtle, but does really well to keep variety up as the four notes it has causes the one-note lead synth to sound like it's in different positions of a chord.

The more pad-like synth just reinforces that in a really nice, warm way, keeping up the atmosphere nicely. Deifinitely have an ocean-like serenity throughout the track, just because nothing cuts through anything else and everything just soothes without being boring. The build on this is very downplayed, but still prominent enough to make you forget that the same synth has been playing the exact same note for 90 seconds. The 'break' at 1:38 to the first and last synth to come in was nice, but yet didn't take away from the texture enough to seem abrupt, which is cool. At 2:03 I think you could have used another synth in there, even if it was just the same pad synth an octave lower, just to carry it through a little more.

Generally, you tick every box of the ambient genre. If you did want to improve, you could have maybe had a little more variety (as you did have one synth playing throughout; if you'd taken that out and left the pads you'd have had an even quieter atmosphere than you did here). Or even extending it further so you have more room to experiment with sounds. You've tackled a 2 minute ambient track. Now do a 4 minute one. :P But seriously, nice work. Your track made me forget my room is 4000 degrees right now, and that deserves major kudos!

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EvilScorpio responds:

Thank you very much for so detailed review))) And sorry for late answer, I wer in a hospital for two months... =( I'm glad you like it, and I'll try to make my next ambient track even more better. =) Thanks again! ^__^


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


-It's very soothing and relaxing. The melody has that effect of just calming you down. Not too fast, not too slow, just about the right speed to keep a steady pace and not too loud.

-I think it could of benefitted from a bit more variety. You have subtle changes in the undertones from time to time but nothing that really brought about a change. It doesn't need to be too often but once in a while add something a little different in for a change of pace.

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EvilScorpio responds:

Okay, I'll try to do it next time) Thanks for the review)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

reminds me of the X games

Took me a while to figure out what it was reminding me of but yeah I'm definitely flying around in a Paranid Medusa in X3.

Very soothing. If it was much longer and changed over time without the listener really noticing too much it would be like one of them ambient Brian Eno tracks. Thats what i'd do. Make it about 9 minutes long and have it subtly adapt over time.

EvilScorpio responds:

Okay, I will try to do it)) Thanks for the review))