Tags : | Chill Out | 5.16 MB | Featured

Description : Another chill out track with some Ethnic Flavor. Using a beautiful celtic harp, ambient guitar, a few ethnic drums, along with some other chill out elements. Hope you enjoy the journey.

Thanks to Short Bus, Alividlife, Nightingale.

So far 8 users have left a comment on this track.
If this is your track why not return the love and check out their tracks too.

  1. DubChip
    DubChip on Tue 16th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    Mmmmmm classy and cool track which could make any man moist.
    Loved the pad and the vocoder definately brought the whole tune together beautifully.
    Felt like I was in a chillout cafe in Malaysia drinking moccha and eating strawberry ice cream.
    Thanks for uploading this.
    Regards and all

    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thanks for painting that picture. I need to go to Malaysia now. ;-) Thanks for the review!


  2. IDrop
    IDrop on Sun 3rd Jul 2011 - 8 years ago

    Yes! I.. am.. chilled.. out.. very nice use of percussion, really adds to the uniqueness of the track, and bringing in the piano melody was ssssiiicc, i'm a sucker for the keys! Keep up the tunes! Great job :)

    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thanks for the kind review! Glad you enjoyed the track!

    Have a great 4th!

  3. CozmicCapacity
    CozmicCapacity on Thu 28th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    Exceptional work! It's refreshing to hear something a little different.

    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thank you! Glad you liked it! ;-)


  4. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Wed 27th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    You are rapidly becoming the king of chill. Like Nuada, I loved that vocoder sound you have through the middle section...gives it almost an RnB feel.

    Wonderful job on this one. Definitely had to add it to favorites :) Another masterpiece.

    Well done.


    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thank you very much Bear! Thanks for making this track possible! The vocoder sound is an ambient guitar by Nightingale. Adds a nice accent to the track.


  5. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Wed 27th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    A blend very well. The atmosphere that surrounds it, leads us on the path of imagination and dreams. Bravo!


    Reply by LarzCreative

    Glad you enjoyed it Dan! Thanks for the fave!


  6. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Wed 27th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    A lovely journey indeed. I'm digging bells,and percussions. The transition at 2:40 took me by surprise. Bravo, bravo, bravo, fav'd for sure.


    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thanks SPD2! Glad you enjoyed the journey. ;-)


  7. jfw
    jfw on Tue 26th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    This is a great chiller! Nice work.


    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thanks a lot Jamie! Appreciate it!


  8. theFISHface
    theFISHface on Tue 26th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    enjoyed it

    very relaxing, really makes u just sit back and admire the piece,

    well done

    Reply by LarzCreative

    Thank you very much! Thanks for checking it out.


 ! You need to Log In or Register to post here.



You might also like these tracks

Tags : | Chill Out | 6.61 MB

Description : chill out...chrisneal-paintbrush drums and jrsaget-just tell me drums...thankx!

Tags : | Chill Out | 6.54 MB | Reason

Description : Smooth and Groovy and Progressive
Please leave your opinion if you have one
This song is available to download, however, if you intend to use it for anything other than personal listening, you must contact me.

Tags : | Chill Out | 5.31 MB

Description : Sounds of the sea and trippy acidy washes with a cool beat and some live acoustic guitar. Written in Cubase with live guitar and keys etc. The sound of the sea and birds was recorded on the beach where I used to live. After moving to the city one sunny day I was telling stories to a friend about living by the sea and started making this track.

Description : This is a tribute song to the Family and Friends of the Sandy Hook Elementary. The song was written by Barry Morgan and Anomaly Jonez

Tags : | Chill Out | 6.77 MB | Cubase

Description : chill guitars

Description : What to say about this one?...Toyed a bit more than usual with echo and delay....and the result is here...:)

Description : Just another chillout...:)

Tags : | Chill Out | 4.23 MB

Description : Thanks guys for all the support!! I have more material coming soon!!!

Tags : | Chill Out | 10.13 MB

Description : Many of you know well that Tumbleweed & Orlando collabs are pretty much well established tradition within LM society by now, and here is the newest example to reinforce that tradition. It's probably the last this year (yet never take it for granted) and I think it has (although not particularly intended) a bit of that seasonal celebrative nature, thus fitting quite well into this festive feel of December. Despite providing it's share of melancholic tones (you can bet who is responsible...haha...) it's a quite happy tune overall...and it doesn't bite, so you're all most welcome to listen and comment !... As always my sincere thanks to Ed !

Tags : | Chill Out | 6.11 MB | Cubase

Description : chill guitars

Tags : | Chill Out | 4.45 MB

Description : a song about that special moment when the day is almost over and the night hasn't yet begun and the sunset baths the world around you in red light..... it is a song about freedom ..... usually I never say that, but this one is almost perfect ...... peace, rei

Description : Another track I created quickly after hearing Minor2Go acoustic Guitar loop yesterday 7-19-2018.
Time to relax your mind!

Minor2GO guitars-unlimited-summer-sun-75bpm-pop-acoustic-guitar-loop

Tags : | Chill Out | 5.24 MB | Reason

Description : Spacey and Synthwavey and Chill
Please leave your opinion if you have one
This song is available to download, however, if you intend to use it for anything other than personal listening, you must contact me.

Description : I was inspired by 2 looperman loops created today and came up with this track. Thanks to the following:

Pad loop by Minor2Go

Drums by SushiBawa -

Description : The spring is in full motion over here and I guess it helped me quite a bit to complete my part of the job on yet another exciting collab with maestro Tumbleweed. Most of our collab works contain at least some aspect which demonstrates something out of ordinary one or another way. This time we got a peculiar combination of mysticism and merciless attacks of soapiness (my bad....haha)....So let's listen to hear whether I'm right or not!....:) As always on such occasions, all my thanks to Ed !

Search For Tracks
Latest Tracks Comments
From The Forums
Watched Forum Threads