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“Samorost 3 Main Theme Music”.
Definitely establishes the ethereal mood of the video game (at least the video picture). A beautiful orchestrated arrangement that is bursting with charm, vibrant life, and takes you on a surreal intergalactic musical voyage that is amazing. Nice percussion...Like how it opens the gate to the next musical part. Really rich sounding brass and woodwinds ...fantastic synth pads. Outstanding theme music. Thanks for another enjoyable tip Alex.
Your thoughts?

Warm Regards -

PS- are you working on any new music?
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sat Apr 14, 2018 @ 04:02 PM     
Hi Alex -
“ The System · Silk Rhodes ”. Retro-groove with minimal instrumentation... clearly the Rhodes is up front with its 2 bar chord sustains throughout the track. Definitely has that retro style production. Wouldn't be surprised if they used reel-to-reel tape recorders for the session or simulated vintage effect plugin's for mastering. And perhaps cut it to vinyl. Many artist are doing that more and more these days. Re-imagined retro music in a modern package. I like the feel of this track and the content was OK too. Thanks Alex.

Warm Regards -
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sat Apr 7, 2018 @ 11:02 AM     
[last edited on Wed Apr 4, 2018 @ 09:04 PM]
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Hi Alex -
Don't know if I feel it since I have retrograded back to 70s music as of late, but I do understand what you are saying about new directions. The future of popular music is always depended upon creating fresh spectrum's of rhythms, melodies and soundscapes that captures the seekers ear.

Cheers to the music
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No worries Alex. Take your time during your search. smile :)
Cheers
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Wed Apr 4, 2018 @ 01:49 PM     
Hi Alex -
“AyOwA – Sommer” - A dreamy electronic soundscape. The duo constructed an atmospheric feel to this track that borders being a pop ballad but using rich and interesting synth pads to float along with the singer's airy vocals. It has somewhat of a nostalgic sense that would capture the listener imagination. Thanks for the tip.
Please enjoy the upcoming week.
Warm Regards -
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sun Apr 1, 2018 @ 05:10 PM     
May the Easter Bunny bring you many multi-colored eggs Alex!
 
:: posted by Alan L Cole on Sat Mar 31, 2018 @ 10:23 PM     
Hi Alex!!
Thanks so much, sending you my best Easter greetings, please have a fine weekend you too my friend!
 
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Sat Mar 31, 2018 @ 12:41 PM     
[last edited on Wed Mar 28, 2018 @ 12:43 PM]
Hi Alex- I really appreciate your very indepth review of “Funkiatious”. The 70s style guitar funk is correct. I'm having great fun with this genre at the moment. Glad you mentioned the energy element. Wanted to keep moving throughout. Thanks again.

Warm Regards
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Wed Mar 28, 2018 @ 12:43 PM     
Hi Alex -
smile :) Thanks, but I wasn't apologizing. Just explaining my mind set while listening to the song. As a music lover I do find some songs that are down beat ballads or instrumentals very emotionally moving and at times uplifting. It depends on the song, but for the most part I prefer energetic positive tracks over dark and moody. Yes, I just uploaded a new track.

Have a great uptempo week

Warm Regards -
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Mon Mar 26, 2018 @ 02:10 PM     
[last edited on Mon Mar 26, 2018 @ 09:10 AM]
Hi Alex,

I know I am late on commenting..... tried to catch one of your last hints, i.e. Photay "Illusion of Seclusion": I was attracted from the intro, but the next parts brought a multirytmic ( or better, multi-lingual ) music arrangement that let me perplex about the music construction. Well, I know I am kinda traditional oriented, but I couldn´t find my path in this one. I read in your messages that Al spoke about experimental for this tune, yes, may be this is what I felt listening to, a new way to compose and arrange.

Please have a great upcoming week my friend.
 
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Mon Mar 26, 2018 @ 09:10 AM     
[last edited on Sat Mar 24, 2018 @ 01:19 PM]
Hi Alex -
Perhaps I was a bit tough on the “August Rosenbaum” track. I'm currently in a “uptempo energy “ frame of mind musically. Just added a quick solo on Pinecat's (Charlie) new cool rock track “I See The Light”, and I've been working on a new retro funk track to be uploaded soon. So my judgment is probably skewed.
Although we did agree somewhat on the vocalist/pianist connection, your musically, mine technical.smile :)
However, I do wonder about the videos that are filmed in a religious setting. What is the artist mind about that. Food for thought.
Yes I knew about Spin.

Warm Regards
 
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sat Mar 24, 2018 @ 11:27 AM     
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