Honestly, quite good.
Not much really could be added or taken away to make this much better. It is a SOLID piece that could fit quite well, in a variety of places / uses.
I give 9/10 for the dynamic of the piece, or perhaps lack thereof, I should say. I understand that it is a sort of light-/minimal/ - ambient where there's not supposed to be a lot going on. Though, I think it could have somehow risen / fallen - climaxed - in some way. For example, I was thinking that the nice break starting at like 1:53 could have those chords (heard since the beginning) placed softly in the background behind the piano, in an uplifting, rising progression, moving into the higher octave. The pad that's there is nice, but adding some chords (very, very light, and uplifting, ones) there as well, as I suggested, I think would generate a strong musical dynamic. (Remember, this is just my opinion, one's imagination, running here. And it is a *theory*. (It might not even work in practice...))
I'm curious about your inspirations (they are not obvious to me). Would you mind elaborating, for me please, on what they are specifically?...Thanks.
Also again, impressive work.
nice nice work
i liked good use of the ambient-game shift, sounds familiar to,still 10/10
Thanks a lot, man!
Ambient or video game ???
But anyway it belongs to both because ((shift)= game) may need this song in its game as a intro or something but overall you did a great job there keep it up.
And this music is great in doing lot of kind of game like rpg and so on. (Y) :)
I thought I belonged to both categories too!
The song was inspired by games and while I wrote, I did so with the frame of mind that it would be in a game.
Glad you liked it!!
Very nice and relaxing
I loved this, the only thing I would change is to take the "static" out.
Darn, I was trying to be all artsy with the vinyl static! Maybe if it was just in the intro?
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.