gah! Volume.. so.. low..!
*strains to hear* *turns up the volume*
haha omg 37 mins.. too much for my limited attention span :P
reminds me of being underwater.. I can almost imagine sea creatures swimming by.. it'd be cool if there were some whale wails in the far bg too - I find it's a bit too much of the same thing, could use some things going on in the far background imo.
I like it, although the bass swells are a bit overpowering - I like how the high pitch slowly fades away
10:40 the last sun
kinda reminds me of an innapeace isochronic binaural beat I listen to to help me relax - has a bit of a sorrowful feel to it. Really get the vibe of an old world, and perhaps the sun is dying, a big red giant sun casting its reddish glow over the world below.
Makes me feel like I am in a mechanical post apocalyptic world with sand blowing over ruins of machinery, with still functioning giant silos chugging away in the background
gives a sense of being in a sort of enchanted wood, isolated from the outside world - a haven that knows to time passing - birds would really make this part complete imo. I like the ambiance in the background that pops in every now and then - almost like the post apocalyptic world exists outside and the forest exists inside a giant glass dome - climate controlled, raining, completely oblivious to the chaos that ensues outside. Then it gets quite raspy and I can imagine the post apocalyptic sands blowing against the dome, flowing through turbines that help heat and generate mild winds in the forest.
The ending feels like an old documentary footage, or maybe credits, or maybe both, perhaps from the original inhabitants who are now long gone.