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Oct 11, 2006 | 5:13 PM EDT
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Song
3.4 MB
2 min 56 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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1,780 Plays | 371 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

A song for world peace

Reviews


bandicootbobbandicootbob

Rated 4 / 5 stars

uhhh

yeah kinda pretty good



Hylian-KidHylian-Kid

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice one

nice and peaceful...and like someone said b4, it could go with a video game. when i listened to this, no lie, i immediately thought of myself just floating in the clouds. no movement or anything, just floating there in mid-air and me just enjoying the view. LOL good job on this!



ToxicsnafuToxicsnafu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant

I'm for world peace as well, awesome track, it would sound good in something like a menu for a dvd or videogame or something as well, it has that media feel, good stuff

-T.S


LaymanLove responds:

I agree with the video game thing. I'm not really sure what to do with it. Enjoy it for now I guess, haha. Thanks!

LL


WinTangWinTang

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

OMG IT'S TEH LAYMANLURV

Hey man, you seem to be submitting on sort of a regular basis again - awesome!

I'm loving the smoothness. I'm also loving the fact that you are capable of COMPOSING, rather than PUTTING SOME SHIT TOGETHER, which is sort of a rarity around here. Everything sounds thought through and thought through some more.

It's a bit Moby-esque, in the "two chords sounding good with each other can carry an entire song as long as I add and remove elements all the time" and while that does go a pretty long way, I feel the icing on the cake would've been an actual lead. The piano (sounding great and very atmospheric btw) seems to counter a melody that is not there.

That aside, the production is wonderful, the whole thing is very coherent and a joy to listen to. Synths syncopating against each other and a very groovy yet modest beat are all things that I adore.

Hope you'll swing by my page again sometime, you helped me along greatly a few months ago and you might like my new stuff...


LaymanLove responds:

yea, I've been able to squeeze in some time around work to finish up a few things. I'm not sure I thought as much as felt. I kinda just let it roll and did what felt right.

I can see the reference to moby. For some reason it makes me think of bittersweet symphony...minus the colassal greatness.

Glad you enjoyed it, thanks for the review! I'll check ya soon.


KirizzleKirizzle

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

La de da de daa

There are things I like and do not like about this piece, I'll start with the good stuff first! It's a very floaty and carefree kinda song, the instruments play so freely of each other and yet they still fit together to make something coherent, it's quite calming and enjoyable to listen to. This is a good song to get lost in and imagine yourself gliding through the clouds. Did I mention flying frogs will be accompaning you on this cloudly adventure? I only say this because the second time the chorus comes around you use a bass that sounds like a frog croaking! I'm not sure whether I like the idea of flying with frogs, they cramp my style :P Another thing that I wasn't so fond of was the slight dissonance through out the song, I think it was the pad you used which just constantly sounded "off" to me. But beside those things it was a pretty diverse and solid piece with interesting and fun percussion work. Good stuff ya got here.


LaymanLove responds:

I'm not sure I can hear frogs. But I love that you can. It would be cool if everyone heard something different. That pad is pretty intense...It has a bunch of timbres that resonate at a really high Hz, it filled in that range for me.

I'm gonna go glide through some clouds right now, if you know what I mean, haha!

LL