Update: "Requiem for Mother Earth," originally posted on SoundCloud, has been completed and added as the final track on Midnight on a Digital Sea, an EP of "postcard" ambient tracks.
https://muesk.bandcamp.com/album/midnig ... igital-sea
Last edited by smueske on Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I liked this,
I thought it was maybe just a bit repetitive but loved the ominous tones used. I think this could easily evolve into something more than a postcard piece.
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I've listened to Persistence of Memory, and I liked it. This, to put it concisely, is exquisite! What can I say? I like instrumental pieces that set atmospheres and moods.
smueske wroteUpdate: "Requiem for Mother Earth," originally posted on SoundCloud, has been completed and added as the final track on Midnight on a Digital Sea, an EP of "postcard" ambient tracks.
Nice allowance for space, smueske.
A minor note is I'm hearing some high end distortion at about the last quarter of the piece. It sort of crescendos, so just be aware. To be fair, I just arrived at work, and am hearing your music through ear buds (damn those blasphemous ear buds!). So apologies there are in order.
I'll check Requiem For Mother Earth ater on my various monitoring sources. I promise, they are better than buds. Still, the song has a tranquil theme, and is lovely just as it is.
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