Tags : | Cinematic | 7.87 MB
Description : Ok...here it is! Another colab with maestro Tumbleweed! Ed provided the unfinished, basic track...I composed and recorded the long intro using different synths and then added piano (well to the fore) and some brass arrangements along the rest of the track (no violin this time...hehe) and then did the final mixing to wrap it up as it is presented now. I hope you will enjoy it and we both appreciate your listening time and your valuable comments:) Otherwise all thanks to Ed!

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  1. bbedford48
    bbedford48 on Mon 17th Apr 2017 - 2 months ago
    Great track. I love the combinations of instruments and the spaces in position and tims
    Bob
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much for this favourable feedback! I almost forgot I still have this song on the list.:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando
  2. doudei
    doudei on Sun 15th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    the intro is already incredible, took me right in.
    far-out wideness in the mix and that glockenspiel at around 1:26 was exquisite - that's exactly what gets me going!
    also digging the subtle but delicious keys sprinkled in every once in a while.
    this is a catalyst for letting the mind wander to wherever it gets lured by the timeless beauty of music!

    great work, love it.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Sorry for the late reply mate.... somehow I overlooked this comment...it happens!:)

    Anyways, many thanks for the great feedback on this bit older tune!:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  3. WARRIORDANIKA
    WARRIORDANIKA on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Seriously, the beginning of this track is EPIC.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot! I really appreciate your comment!:)

    All the best_____Orlando
  4. silverman
    silverman on Tue 18th Nov 2014 - 2 years ago
    Been listening to your stuff and it all sounds so pro.
    You belong in tv film etc with this stuff.
    Documentaries backgrounds adventure stories .... this track is an adventure story.
    Mindscapes is what this stuff is.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Many many thanks sir !:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  5. studiokca
    studiokca on Thu 16th Oct 2014 - 2 years ago
    nice traCK
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx for listening and posting a positive comment.:)

    Orlando
  6. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 16th Sep 2014 - 2 years ago
    Hey Orlando

    Very surprised I hadn't reviewed this one yet? Mate wow what a intro, could just listen to the intro on its own, guitar magical when it comes, this track reminds me so much of the works by a brilliant Japanese artist Kitaro, more so the intro especially the first 1min to 1.5min mark, totally agree with the other reviewers, this is one masterpiece for sure...Extremely impressive work...MASSIVE fav...Peace n Respect to you Orlando on this one...Mosaic...
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi Mosaic

    I almost forgot on this track when suddenly comes your generous review. I have fond memories on this one particulary cause Ed was extremely satisfied with it. I would bet this is still his favourite when our collabs are in question.
    Many thanks again for your kind words and support and all the best to you my friend...

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  7. profedany
    profedany on Mon 11th Aug 2014 - 2 years ago
    me encanto lo tuyo.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Muchas gracias.:)

    Orlando
  8. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Tue 6th May 2014 - 3 years ago
    Wow! This track sure has had a lot of comments already so one more wont hurt right?
    Digging the intro, I can't ever get those ambient intros right, i find that really hard to do.
    Like the way you gradually work the instruments in piece by piece. That sampling is a nice touch and the whole thing is rolling along niceley. I'm going to pause and listen now as the guitar and trumpet have just come in and the whole vibe has changed to something that sounds like a back track for a Quentin Tarrantino movie like Kill Bill or something.
    This is really good work. Everything about this piece makes me jealous of your talent.
    FR
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot mate for this generous comment, but you really shouldn't be jealous of my "talent"...but yeah, I will admit it, it's a very special talent...it's like a Swiss cheese... has many holes..:)^^

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  9. XmafaX
    XmafaX on Sat 26th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Very nice track!
    Like the piano
    Keep the good work
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Hello XmafaX !

    It's very nice to know that a heavy metal apassionate like you appreciates that kind of music. Thx alot for the kind and encouraging words!:)

    All the best____Orlando
  10. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Fri 28th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Very interesting.
    I liked a lot the first part: I would not have chosen the brass sound for that line, but it works so well! This idea alone is worth the complete song.
    Anyone, going on the rest is definitely top-class: the piano is building "lazy counterparts" to the background music. Nice.
    I am not too fond of the "almost electro" drum part, but they work well in this context.
    Another gem from our talented duo.
    Ciao, Domenico
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot, Domenico....much appreciated!:)

    Ciao____Orlando
  11. Mykael
    Mykael on Thu 20th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    You and Ed make for an awesome duo! The horns are a pleasant surprise. It's pure joy to listen to, REALLY! I do not say this often, but I'd buy this track in nano! GREAT Job!

    Love & Light,

    Mykael
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 It's really nice to know you liked my horns arrangements and track as a whole! Many thanks for your uplifting comment!:)

    Peace___Orlando
  12. Ziranmusic
    Ziranmusic on Wed 19th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    wow this is amazing ;o
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx for stopping by and posting a nice comment!:)

    Cheers___Orlando
  13. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 19th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Most definitely a pleasant musical ride. Cinematic and uses Ed's sublime guitar and samples with perfection. great job
    Steve
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot, mate...glad you liked it!:)

    Cheers____Orlando
  14. pnoise
    pnoise on Wed 19th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    good track
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot for the positive opinion!:)

    Orlando
  15. Sevenola
    Sevenola on Tue 18th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    This is amazing...
    A world, if not, worlds inside a track.
    It's so relaxing and well-done; loving the drums & percussions. I did not expect brass but it totally flavored the entire track; a nice plus :D

    You got a LIKE and a download from me :)
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Well...thx alot indeed! Nice to read your positive feedback and Im really glad you liked it. Also thx for the "fav" and download!:)

    Cheers____Orlando
  16. iTarek
    iTarek on Mon 17th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    I like it
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm really glad you do!;)...much appreciated!

    All the best____Orlando
  17. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 17th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Excellent intro, creative and interesting. The music that follows is awesome(as expected). Lovely piano melody. Liked the pace and feel of the track. Another collab successfully completed gents!

    Thanks for sharing, I'll be sure to dl this one.

    Wayne
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot Wayne, this is really an uplifting feedback to me...
    ...much appreciated!

    Best wishes____Orlando
  18. Mrjcphotography
    Mrjcphotography on Mon 17th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Vraiment très bon moment ;)
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Merci beaucoup!:)

    Orlando
  19. TuneDef
    TuneDef on Sun 16th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Elegant and graceful...the keys are tickled to perfection, fab
    job!


    Tune D
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot for stopping by again, Tune...also very glad to read your kind comment...means alot to me!:)

    Best wishes___Orlando
  20. SikStyle1
    SikStyle1 on Sun 16th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Man this is really beautiful i can feel the emotion.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thx for 3 things...for listening, commenting and for the 'fav':)

    Cheers____orlando
  21. iamchristian2007
    iamchristian2007 on Sun 16th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    hey this is great work! really nice.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot Christian...comments like yours help me alot to preserve the enthusiasm for creating music!:)

    All the best____Orlando
  22. DUBS91
    DUBS91 on Sun 16th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Great track . I like this one .
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Nice to know you liked it!:) Thx alot!

    Orlando
  23. MagneticRecords
    MagneticRecords on Sat 15th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    It relaxes... Beautiful Music. Beautiful composition. I close my eyes and travel in my thoughts. Thanks for this beautiful moments.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm really glad to see that you've enjoyed this composition!:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando
  24. VanceBianco
    VanceBianco on Sat 15th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    This was very nice and calm! Nice job to all who worked on this with you!

    Vance B.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx man! Much appreciated!

    Orlando
  25. 1881art
    1881art on Fri 14th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    This is great work!
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx for listening and kind words!:)

    All the best____Orlando
  26. Billydragon1
    Billydragon1 on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Wow Orlando, what a great collab! :)

    The beginning actually took me on a journey into outer space.
    Loving the ambience and the little nuances dropped in between.

    And the piano playing introducing the main instrumental and marrying the two pieces together. And the nice touches with the brass.

    And I was thinking, this is like an intergalactic jazz piece. Just wonderful floating into the ethereal of outer dimensions. Beautiful cuz!

    Keep it up! - Billy.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Haaa...Billy, what an interesting view and observation on this one and very positive indeed! Colab work with Ed always gives me the oportunity to stretch and boost my imagination.
    His work is always an important platform, allowing me to develop my musical abilities to the new heights. I hope we will be making some more in the future.:)
    Yeah, "intergalactic jazz piece"...this is really spirited description and thank you so much for taking the time to listen and posting this delightful comment!:)

    Stay in action, my friend_____Orlando
  27. EricMilligan
    EricMilligan on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    SYMPHONIC!!!!!!
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Could be a bit..yeah!:)^^ Thx alot for taking time to listen and comment, Eric!

    All the best____Orlando
  28. tendeir0
    tendeir0 on Mon 10th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    i'm going to make some tchill dubstep or dnb with this
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 I think we've already heard that:)^^
  29. tendeir0
    tendeir0 on Mon 10th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    i'm going to make some tchill dubstep or dnb
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Your're most welcome!:)

    Cheers____Orlando
  30. Aien
    Aien on Mon 10th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    amazing song! bravissimo !! 10 !
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot for such a supportive comment!:)

    With appreciation____Orlando
  31. mintz
    mintz on Mon 10th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    superbbbbbbb
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx for enthusiastic comment and many b's!:)

    Greetings to India____Orlando
  32. topvega
    topvega on Sun 9th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Good stuff here...beautiful mix as well. Feels alive and energetic. Nice job for sure.

    tv
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thx alot fot taking your time to listen and comment..much appreciated!:)

    All the best____Orlando
  33. evanvlachos
    evanvlachos on Sun 9th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    it sounds perferct, like a beautiful circle, nothing misses out of it, it's awesomely put-together! :D
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Great to hear all those kind words!:) Thx alot!

    Greetings to Greece____Orlando
  34. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 9th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Stunning stuff here. That intro was a bit of masterpiece and I think I would have been happy for it to have been only a couple of minutes.

    Some of the shimmering sounds remind me very slightly of an amazing remix by Sasha. Not that much but it's such a great track so check it here:

    Grand National - Talk Amongst Yourselves (Sasha Involver Remix

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9UJZjZd-Oc

    Tinkly piano is cool. This is like releasing pressure of something with all that shimmering. Reminds me a little of a rain stick, if you know what that is. I think there's also a dulcimer note in that intro (something I've used in quite a few tracks).

    Brass blast fits well with audio spoken word samples. And there's some sort of creature screeching.

    Lovely guitar fading in with the drums. Plus little blasts of brass.

    Beat finally drops and we're fully in the track with some solid, warm bass.

    I'm not a big fan of piano in general (I like the low end the most) but like it here.

    Maybe some of the beat layering is a little too busy and messy. Could maybe have some hits sculpted out in certain sections.

    Shimmering release at the end so it's a return to the beginning. But you cut it off too soon! Gotta let it fade out a bit more. Maybe even ring out and decay with some big delay and/or reverb.

    Great work, with the first 2 mins the best.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Hello Nomad!

    I always appreciate your comprehensive reviews which give me a chance to revisit certain aspects of my works. It's funny sometimes (actualy happens quite often) how certain musical sections for which you put least effort into it, make the biggest impression on the listeners. Such case is that intro. Everybody is raving about it (not only on looperman)...I agree, it sounds pretty cool and it builds quite convincing tension before things start to roll in, but frankly it was a piece of cake for me to make it, which is not the case with the rest of the track being pretty hardworking experience. But regardless of the efforts...in the end we all have to admit that results are the most important, no matter how they were achieved.
    Just to mention another funny thing "some sort of creature screeching" is my nephew who was around 10yo at the time I recorded him for a joke...^^
    For the conclusion...you might be well right about that outro thing and to be honest I was considering to make it longer, but then decided other way...well, we all make different decisions in the end, dont we?:)

    Thx alot again ,mate, and see you along the way____Orlando
  35. sasan
    sasan on Sun 9th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    very good
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Good comment as well.:)

    Thx and cheers____Orlando
  36. cosmicinfluence
    cosmicinfluence on Sat 8th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    this is a thing of beauty. really really well constructed complete piece of work. this track really is brilliant.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for your kind feedback...there must have been some cosmic influence when we did this track with Ed...:)^^

    All the best____Orlando
  37. Anubis
    Anubis on Sat 8th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Brilhante!!!!
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Muito obrigado meu amigo!:)

    Orlando
  38. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Sat 8th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    It was an enjoyable mental trip for me. The intro is what hooked me in then when things get rolling its a fresh breeze nice piano and brass additions. You bring a very interesting view to Eds sounds the mixture gets me hearing another side of the table which is cool. Simple, expressive, strong mental release production for an 'amateurish musician. Thanks.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Yeah, I was really thinking alot about to what extent my contributions to Ed's music modifie the general feel of his now almost trademark style. Till now, I hope I succeded not to push things too much out of balance and I think Ed's feedback confirms just that. But ofcourse "the other side of the table" is obviously present and as far as it contributes to at least acceptable mixture, everything is ok!

    Thx alot for your kind and positive comment, as well as for your frequent passages on my page...

    All the best____Orlando
  39. phatkatz4
    phatkatz4 on Sat 8th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    :D I think the others said it all, Masterpiece! :D slowly meandering through time, just beautiful.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for listening and all these kind words...this is always the biggest reward that an amateurish musician like me can get!

    Best wishes____Orlando
  40. KAMPUTERA
    KAMPUTERA on Sat 8th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    This track is so good I need to comment first before having a listen. It's that good and I know Tumble put his flavorful feel on this. The electronic and raw energy must be energizing because the previpus comments seem to suggest Awesome Collabory. (Yeah, I know it's not word, but so what. It will be, if not already.) To the excitement that awaits... It better be good.
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Well...what an interesting approach!^^ This must be a very special subjectivity (based upon apparently objective parameters)on a transcendental level! I feel guilt for not having invented it by myself before...^^

    Thank you so much for broadening my horizons____Orlando
  41. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Masterful musical work Orlando....it was an honour to be part of this little project that you accomplished so skillfully...Thank you....Ed
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Yeah, right, Ed...so where is my "fav" then?? (^^joke)
    Well, I did everything (almost^^)I could, but I couldn't have done anything if I wasn't gifted with your wonderful blueprint
    (the very foundation of this work)! Ed, you can't drink your beer without a glass, can, bottle or whatever which holds the substance, right? Ed, it was a real honour helping you filling your glass to the top!:)..Thank you for that...

    Cheers___Orlando
  42. Modnex
    Modnex on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Beautiful work, absolutely beautiful! I love the sound effects you used in the beginning, felt magical!

    This kind of music is definitely idea music, my brain just goes on thinking mode!

    Amazing work and can't wait to hear more!

    ~Modnex
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Hello there...first many thanks for your generous comment...highly appreciated! To be honest...the intro I did was one of the easiest things I've ever done (but yeah, it sounds ok and I'm glad you liked it), but continuation was much more demanding as I had to deal with Ed's mastery when trying to achieve some level of harmony with his fine musical blueprint.

    Have a nice day____Orlando
  43. PRINCELECTRO
    PRINCELECTRO on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    OH GOD !


    thats the reason i love this site....

    Great work Orlando, fabulous, masterful..

    best wishes
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 It's really an honour to read this kind of comments...much appreciated!

    Many thanks and greetings to Turkey____Orlando
  44. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hi Orlando,

    Masterful! just so well put together, Piano is awesome and each instrument just compliments each other, as well as Ed's work, all thanks to your skills. The melody is so crisp and nice. I love this one Orlando, and will certainly being playing it tomorrow night on my loopradio slot. Fabulous work again my friend.

    Best wishes,

    Mark/Larry
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi Mark!:)

    It's good to see that friendly bald chap smiling from the avatar again::)^^...always welcome...and it's a pleasure to read his kind and positive comments...and I'm sure I will be listening his next radio show (I like his pleasant voice too^^). Just say big thanks in my name, when you see him, will ya?^^

    Cheers and all the best___Orlando
  45. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    This is a beautiful piece of music and a great collab! Fav'd, downloaded and played on Loop Radio for sure!!
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much for kind words and I'm really glad you like it.I'm looking forward to hear it on loopradio.:)

    All the best___Orlando
  46. SeriouslyJoking
    SeriouslyJoking on Fri 7th Mar 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hello Orlando!
    Oh this is so Beautiful!
    That intro is s awesome and then it continues the same way all the way trough.

    I've been listening to a lot of songs here this evening and now I'm too tired to come up with anything eloquent to write about this amazing tune...

    It's a masterpiece!
    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Tjena, SJ!:)

    Nice to have you here again and read such a generous and kind comment...means alot to me!:)

    Much appreciated and all the best___Orlando

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Description : Initially composed intro for Malos Nolwé fantasy saga. But also used by Apinax Dvd-Collections backround music.
Tags : | Cinematic | 7.33 MB
Description : The song is meant to depict the weather here on the coast of Florida on a typical summer day. We often get the chance of severe thunderstorms and often tornadoes but the day doesn’t usually start that way. Light breezes and warm temps make for a great day until the storm hits and all hell can break loose! I asked Dave if he would like to help with the bass guitar on this track and in return he essentially gave me two tracks. In the first part of the song he uses his new bass guitar in which he personally designed and built from blocks of wood. It has a beautiful jazz sound and really adds to the feel of a light breezy morning. In the second part of the song, Dave uses his Precision Fender bass to give the song a little more attack during the part with the storm kicks in. I used several instruments in Ableton’s orchestra pack and added plenty of live instruments. I used delay extensively in this track and even tried my slide on my electric guitar for the first time to represent the wind. It was certainly a pleasure working with Dave on this track and he added an certain element with his style of playing and sound that goes beyond what I could've put down so I appreciate Dave's input immensely and I'm quite pleased with the track! Enjoy!
Description : A song I wrote with the music of denyjanuary. https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/171705 Not entirely sure which genre it would fit under, so I chose cinematic.
Tags : | Cinematic | 9.93 MB
Description : Dark, slow, ambient, cinematic jazz with funereal piano turning into something much funkier, psychedelic and beautiful in the second half. Out of the darkness and into the light, you could say. Instruments: electric guitar + bass, lots of synth sounds, including a horn, double bass, another big legato bass, pizzicato strings, two types of piano, a heavily delayed slide guitar instrument, zither, synth arp, one brushy drum loop, kettle drum rolls and 4 programmed acoustic drum kits. This is quite a special track for me and is only the second I've put in the cinematic genre. The more you listen, the more it changes (it even has key changes) and the last three minutes are really quite far out and should probably be longer. Best track I've made for a few months. Interesting thoughts and reflections appreciated. Free sex for the best reviews...
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