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Aphotic Oasis - Melting Shadow

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Jun 23, 2011 | 2:52 AM EDT
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3 MB
1 min 38 sec
3.83 / 5.00

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Rated 3.83 / 5 stars
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- Your shadow is light through your eyes, and heavy through your soul -

Existence shaded in realms nonexistent to an existence shaded in the known.
Knowing through faint presence, no longer showing itself in our essence.
Creating reason, through disembodied treason.
Answering no one, as a someone.

I can see you, can you see me?

Program: Madtracker 2 BPM: 800 Time: 1.5 Hours Tracks: 8 Song Number: 1



Rated 5 / 5 stars

A new dawn

Lovely and dynamic, that's how I would describe this song, from a technical point of view. The minimalist intro, to the climatic build-up, to the gran finale... and then again looping endlessly, almost flawlessly.

But it's not one of my favorite tracks just because of its "surface". The depth and richness of its soundscape, the multiple sounds and layers, each with its own characteristic is what makes this whole piece dramatic and special. Cinematic, I'd say. I applaude you for being able to make a Lord Track after tiny multiple dead-alley experiments, this is the doorway to a new journey of atmospheres and enigmatic soundscapes.

Well done,

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AphoticOasis responds:

I agree with every point you have mentioned. Thankyou for your thoughts.
It definately will be a new beginning for me thats for sure.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good ! :)

nice composing ... really good to space :)


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AphoticOasis responds:

Wow. I did not expect this kind of review after I went from FL9 to Madtracker 2. Thankyou very much for making my day. I truly appreciate this. This is what I needed. I will definately see what I can do in the future. I will possibly extend this if my program can handle the memory some day.