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Feb 14, 2014 | 3:50 PM EST
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6.2 MB
3 min 53 sec
4.42 / 5.00

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Rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

An anxious girl sits at an airport terminal waiting for the arrival of an online date she's about to meet in-person for the first time. Her mind cycles through tension, fear, courage, and eagerness with each passing minute. Meanwhile, she captures bits of stories being told at different plot points all around her. She witnesses a lot of connections being rekindled or reunited and can only imagine what her own actions are about to ignite. Time continues to play on with anticipation.

Happy Valentine's Day. This eerie, ambient piece has somewhat of the ability to loop.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Digging your songs man. Good job. keep up the originality.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful atmosphere, love the chromatic notes you use every now and then. good job!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

could lay off the detuning a lil bit! :)

but yes. I like its icy feel to the song and the mini ride's laid in the song is awesome!

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ZipZipper responds:

gasssssp you noticed ):


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol, why did this have but three stars when I came here? Oh well, let's chang that now.
In my opinion, this song is extremely cool.

To begin with, I like how you used voices and other noises in the background, to strenghten the feeling of being at a public place. This composition is very good, both in arrangement and in mixing (and of course, melodically). At least in my opinion, that is.

I'd say that this sounds like something that might very well be featured in a game, at least in a retro kind (or possibly a new RPG-Maker game). Although I think it's captivating in many ways, I get the feeling that this would be perfect as background music, since I get this kind of mysterious and eery feel from it (as you mentioned in the description)! I know I already said this, but I must once again compliment you on all the extra weird sounds that you've put every here and there (3:34-3:39 for instance).

There is just so much that I like about this piece that I can't possibly pinpoint them all, or this review will just become a boring list. I especially love those strings you used, however.

I like the scene that you described as well, and I can kinda see how this song would fit that concept.

Happy Valentine's day to you too, and keep up the good work; I'm sure you will ;)

ZipZipper responds:

Thank you a bunch! ;D