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Tags : | Ambient | 8.70 MB

Description : Without the dark nights I wouldn't see such beauty in the sky and without the bright days I would forget the sky was filled with it

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  1. Cestevens1783
    Cestevens1783 on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 6 years ago

    This is my first time listening to this, its really great. Definitely downloaded. This has all the elements ha. Very talented, and loved it, thank you!

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Thanks a lot !!
    I am very happy you enjoyed this ;)

  2. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 15th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Love the piano work you did here. The beginning was almost a teaser, I was so getting into it and then it changed about midway through and I was so impressed with the direction you took it. Nice composition. Great use of the strings also. Very nice piece of music, enjoyed it very much!

    Thanks for sharing as I will dl this!



    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey Wayne, thanks for the comment. Sorry that I am a bit late replying, busy with a lot of tracks at the moment .

    Feel flattered by your kind comment ;)

    Enjoy your download haha

  3. Oxnitrogen
    Oxnitrogen on Thu 15th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Great track

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Thanks Oxnitrogen for the comment ;)
    Glad you enjoyed the track

  4. soundhound
    soundhound on Wed 14th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Nice track moves real good, with style....

    I...LIKE IT...


    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey thanks TG, glad you enjoyed it ;)

  5. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Wed 14th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi J P,

    Once again you have produced a class track ( had a listen to some of your other tracks as well) and I am just amazed at your diverse talent! back to this one...just great work and like the most of the others, the piano work is faultless. Great job.

    Best wishes,


    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey mark, Thanks for leaving a comment on this track ;)

    I will try to stay diverse in what I produce and I think that it is fun to try different styles. I will see what I can come up with next time

    Thanks again for the kind words

  6. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 13th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi Johnny...just getting back to you on that video thing...had it on my youtube channel for a while but took it down a while back..Its a big file but I do have a squashed down Flash Video copy thats under 13 mb (not good quality) I would be happy to send you if you like...just message me if you youtube, soundcloud etc stuff is under my studio (WestTracksMusic) banner...keep on...Ed

  7. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 12th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi Johnny....I hope by now you aware that you have a special talent...I hope you keep feeding it and doing your music...My impressions are from several things...the compositional thinking and choice of instrumentation....the expressiveness in the playing and the way you use the spaces (as well as the notes themselves)..the way your tune carries the theme that was in your mind and the pictures it paints for the listener...I did a track last year to support a video (time lapse) of the night sky so have some appreciation of the beauty and shines through the darkness.....great job....keep on....Ed

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Well I am not aware of myself possessing a special talent, I am aware though that people view me to have a special talent. Slight difference but it doesn't matter ;)

    I am really glad though that you enjoyed this and left such a kind comment.
    If you want you can message me the song you made, would be interested in hearing that as well. Especially with the timelapse along it, it makes up for something really nice.

    Thanks Ed

  8. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Ah man, you are only 17 and you have such mad skills. This really is impressive work, and shows a great deal of knowledge on your part, specifically on the compositional side of things. You have a bright future ahead of you. Just keep doing what you are doing - brilliant work. I hope all is well.


    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey bear, thanks a lot for the comment ;)
    I am still looking to expand my knowledge but that's more the matter of trying over and over

    Again a huge thanks for the comment
    All is well with me, hope with you too


  9. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    I like the contrast of piano to stuttering sound at 1:45, that’s a real nice play on sounds. Good tune overall. Very Midi instrument oriented. You have used Midi to it's extreme indeed.

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Just for the record, I didn't use Midi to record this, I would have gone mad then with the amount of editing I constantly would have to do with this slow pc not keeping up hahaha

    But thanks steve for the kind words

  10. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Your description has truth within it. A contrast between two sides with equal balance in a gran sense. I do like the keys here, is what pulled me in. When the keys and strings played together sounded vivid sense it allows to pass. Cool melodic arpage. Gives the story more of that contrasting element to glue multiple images together. I think you just created a video out of sound. Good job, thanks for sharing and keep creating those moments in time. Peace,Dave

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey dave,
    Thanks for the comment, I am glad that you could find the contrast in this like I did. It feels like a huge compliment to hear I created a video out of sound, might just be too much but thanks a lot ;)

    I will try to keep things like this up but mostly they come to me whenever I feel like it so I can't promise to release a lot of these haha

  11. deciBel
    deciBel on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    ....Johnny are U sure U're 17years old ?!!
    U're making me disapointed about myself ...this considered pianO & thoughtfull arrangemenT seems to be written by someone even more throughbred than me & it shows your high inteligence quotient...just my friend I think U may better to categorize this as cinematic or classical's imagery but maybe cinematic more than ambienT(no electronic elemenT U have in it ) to me ...althought this is my idea ...anyway beyond the genre , U're a rare tallenT Jean...
    (ps:oOoOps sorry i went to mission and forgot to listen those 2 sent piece of yours !now I'll do & write my idea in email...wacky me..!)take care.___B

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Haha don't worry about it behnam, you shouldn't be disappointed of yourself. Everyone produces differently and we need that diversity to keep music interesting, you add in to that diversity because you compose differently then others which makes your music interesting to listen too ;) Same for many people out here which is why I like to post stuff here and listen to these tracks. Without this music would eventually stop to impress and stop being interesting...

    I don't think this should be classical due to the synths added, cinematic maybe, though I don't picture this behind a movie. But I might change it if I keep receiving comments about that haha

    This was one of the tracks included in the mail haha, I will see your email coming I guess. Hope you are doing fine further my friend ;)

  12. DinaPourpre
    DinaPourpre on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    good evening

    very nice approach ..... superb! beautiful world, transported into another era Bravos ....


    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Good afternoon Dina ;)

    I am happy that you enjoyed it ;) Thanks for all the kind words

  13. steve010101
    steve010101 on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Haha, no, not the band -- never heard of them. I mean foreshadowing in the sense of a sign or warning of what is to come in the future.

    Anyway, again, great piece!

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    I never heard of them either so I was already like what the hell? hahahaha

    This makes more sense to me so that is great ;)
    Thanks again for explaining

  14. steve010101
    steve010101 on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Great track man. Has a strong "foreshadowing" vibe to it -- much like the Epic Orchestral genre, but with strong ambient tones. Great piece!

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey steve, I suppose you are talking about "the foreshadowing" as a band? It reminded me a bit of "dark tranquility" but then without the harsh vocals and only with clear ones.

    if not then explain me what you meant else haha

    Thanks for the kind words further,
    great appreciation for the kind feedback I am getting ;)

  15. benjizo
    benjizo on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Ohh Johnny this is a beautiful peace.Five seconds in and i knew this was something special.That piano work is so dope man.Good piece homie,keep them coming.

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    A big thank you benjizo ;)
    I am glad to see you enjoyed it, I don't know when I will release something like this again but it will surely happen some day
    Thanks for the kind words and take care

  16. danke
    danke on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    One of the most beautiful first part that I've ever heard in this site...stunning piano and synth play...hats off...


    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Thanks a lot danke
    your comment means a lot to me and I am very happy that you enjoyed this

  17. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    I'm really appreciating your composition on this piece! I do like piano, especially now that I own one, so listening to how others use piano sounds is inspiring to me. The build that starts half way through is quite impressive and emotional. I can definitely see why you put this under ambient, as it seems like the sounds are digital... to me that should be one of the differences between ambient and orchestral. I enjoyed listening my friend!

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey spivkurl, thanks for leaving a comment. So I will see some piano coming up from you soon I guess? That's cool to hear.
    Yeah I don't own a piano (do own a keyboard) and I don't really have a plugin that allows me to simulate a realistic piano as of yet, plan on getting my hands on one of those soon.
    Thanks for the review and glad you enjoyed it ;)

  18. clindsay
    clindsay on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Amazing - loved the transitions - piano at 1:48 is perfect - strings at 2:20 as a lovely contretemps to a great transition at 2:55. This is truly masterful - beautiful yet clean and understated. Great work!

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Hey clindsay,
    Thanks for the enthusiasm I see ;D
    And the kind words, It is great to see such appreciation and to see that others indeed enjoy it.
    It is one of those things that keeps me going

  19. Gioia
    Gioia on Thu 8th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    nice piano melody...I liked how it builds up...for me was more kind of orchestral for a while, interesting blending of genres...compliments.

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    Ahh yeah it could indeed be more orchestral then ambient, I usually put my piano stuff under ambient though but this features a lot of strings too so I guess it could fit in both

    Further thank you for the kind comment, I am glad you enjoyed this and found this interesting

  20. evilarmy83
    evilarmy83 on Thu 8th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Did u do the piano work yourself? It sounds good! The description matches well.

    Reply by johnnyproducing

    I composed the notes and everything myself so I didn't use any loops for this if that is what you are wondering. So yeah it is from myself

    Thanks for the comment and I am glad you enjoyed ;)

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