Caribbean Blue Orchestral Loop

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Orchestral version of Caribbean blue - regular stereo - heaven forbid everyone thinks all my songs will be binaural.

Oh who am I kidding, they probably will be :P


*EDIT* converted to 432 hz for truer sound :)


so let's recap - it's been over a year now - chronamut no longer submits here, but he is uploading stuff other places, new remasters mixes etc- you can hear chronamut music now in 2 places:

1) Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chronamut

2) Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/chronamut?sub_confirmation=1

continuing the experience..


Enya, one of my favourite artists, although Caribbean Blue is the only one of her songs I've covered myself. I read that you had trouble connecting the loop, although I'm sure it's obvious to say that fading the pad out would make a more cohesive loop.

I'd also have spread the pads etc. out more in the stereo field to really get that earthly 'Enya' atmosphere and perhaps put a little more reverb on the instruments, but that's just me! ^ ^

Very enjoyable!

Chronamut responds:

I did in the holophonic loop :)

also it was an issue of the program cutting off the end of it prematurely, thus I didn't worry about it hehe..

thanks for the review!


Thissss is awesome! : )
Although the loop could be made better, of course.

Chronamut responds:

the program botched the loop unfortunately - I could not fix it without clicking noises.. I tried..

thanks for the review!


I tend to like this mix better, because the tromping orchestral melody is at a volume more equal to the plucked instrument. It is a unique experience to hear a familiar tune like this played differently, I enjoyed the listen! Good job on this man.

Chronamut responds:

thanks man - different strokes for different folks as they say.. my fave is the holophonic loop but I'm a big headphones guy :)

thanks for the review old friend!


Well, while this song is pretty much the same as the last loop I heard, it still holds on to the same negatives. The end is really harsh for a cutoff, and the high-pitched screeching instrument is still an ear-sore. I'm not even sure if it's the instrument or just one of the notes that it hits a lot though. Anyways, bad things aside, I must say that I really enjoy the opening in this one, even compared to the other one. The purity of the sound is nice and relaxing. I almost would say that the rest of the song could be softened or something to match the initial feel of the piece and maintain a constant personality.

All in all, it's well done. Cheers!


Chronamut responds:

I fixed it.. the ear screeching noise is no longer there thank god hahaha

and yes I am not quite sure why it terminates so abruptly.. I had issues with the program cutting off parts of the end when I bounced the waveform in.. never had that problem before.. as you can hear the 8-bit version does not do that.. I ma not quite sure what happened but it's the program that did it unfortunately. :/

thanks for the review!


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4.18 / 5.00

Jul 28, 2013
8:33 PM EDT
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53 sec

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