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-The Beach-

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Created with Reason 4. Supposed to an ambient track for a stroll along the beach.


really neat!!

i liked it it reminded me of a lot of great collages in movies and t.v. shows in the 80's and early 90's like your preparing for action. very creative, also reminds me of older versions of James Horners scores.


aDropInTheOcean responds:

Hey, thanks for your comments, I like a bit of nostalgia maybe that's why this track reminds you of those times.


I like that idea that starts around 1:06 the bass part. As the other guy mentioned, waves are cool, I have to experiment with adding these kinds of sounds too. Tried once with a horse :)

Around 2:15 reminds me of a game called Lotus. I used to play it as a kid, it was this racing game, came on a floppy disc back then haha.. I think there was a similar melody there, this really brought back memories.

Cool song mate.

aDropInTheOcean responds:

A track with a horse... you'll have to post me a link to that. That synth that reminds you of the old Lotus game is a default patch in Reason, when I heard it I had to fit it in somewhere, it does have a nostalgic feel to it, reminded me of Streets of Rage for some reason.

5000 miles

I enjoyed it, but it must have been a looong stroll.
I like the simple rhythm you've got going here, but is gets repetitive after a while.
I like the added waves in there. That was an ear bonus.

aDropInTheOcean responds:

I agree repetition can ruin a track and it's something I always think about when making music but after I discovered those sound effects in Reason I had to have a little play.

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Credits & Info

4.08 / 5.00

Nov 22, 2010
11:23 AM EST
File Info
4.5 MB
3 min 58 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.