Description : I created this track for the love I have for puppies. I love them. Everybody does. This day I went to this park nearby my colony and saw couple of them and thought of making something musically. So this is what i came up with. This time I haven't played much with FX or Technical aspects. Just pure simple & soft melodies. As it is unmixed & unfinished track, request you to boost the volume a little. Hope you all like it! Cheers! :)

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  1. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 4th Feb 2017 - 5 years ago

    Lovely piece of music...has a tropical feel..:)


  2. Emolyte
    Emolyte on Sat 4th Feb 2017 - 5 years ago

    So extremely fitting. I can see exactly why you made this.

  3. Ozzz
    Ozzz on Sun 10th May 2015 - 7 years ago

    Definitely digging it after the minute mark. Kittens all the way brother, all the way. ;)

  4. Joshuamaybe
    Joshuamaybe on Sun 29th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    I am inspired by this track! I can definitely see this playing on a tv show as background music. Very nice!

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hey Joshua,

    Really glad to know my music has inspired you. Hope it inspires you everytime you listen to it. Thank you so much! :)


  5. soundhound
    soundhound on Sun 29th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice Start...Sounds like it comes from the heart...


    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much TG. That was a sweet comment!

    Peace :)


  6. Darklighter
    Darklighter on Sat 28th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    that drop tho!

  7. Jeffierenee
    Jeffierenee on Fri 27th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    I would like to use this for a film project if possible. My email address is . Its a beautiful song and I would love to use it for my project. Please let me know.

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hey, Thanks for your interest!!

    You've got a mail! :)


  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 27th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    And I'm back. I know what you mean about pure love being devoid of cheesiness but that doesn't always translate into musical success.

    I play some deep, far out stuff but I still quite often play something quite cheesy. I have no definite idea why that is. Certainly not my intent. Sometimes I go through and "de-cheesify" tracks, especially when it comes to slightly annoying synth sounds.

    Anyway: more detail.

    0:08 those first notes work well for me. Then other tinkly creeping notes a bit later and some little hints of percussion.

    I think it's that marimba on 0:26 that says "playful, gentle doggy music".

    And then you build your percussion. Very dry (ie lacking reverb) so close and sort of warm, perhaps a bit like puppies. You don't want to make it a space puppies track, right? I probably would have but then that's just the kind of music I make.

    0:51 guitarey sort of synth instrument is pretty decent and you've also got some kettle drum rolls in there, which I like. Beat is solid and grooving now.

    1:09 guitar is a surprise. Might seem a little out of place but it's playing good notes so no problem there. Rather: an interesting brief, little flavour.

    Marimba sits in there all the time, almost as a bass line. Return of keyboard guitarey instrument theme towards the end and bit of strings and then a decaying end note which has been cut off of a bit too soon. Just need a few seconds more on that.

    How's that for detail?

    Reply by EtherBlu

    That's the longest review i have ever got for my song. I really appreciate you putting so much of your time to review this song.

    And yes, i agree that we aren't always successful to translate our feelings into music. But sometime's we do get lucky. About cheesiness in music, sometimes its the need of the song and sometimes, its just the our perception.

    About your in depth review, I wanted to keep the beginning as soft & as smooth as possible, So i experimented with staccato notes on flute, and it gave me what i wanted.

    Yes, i did listen to some of the references on Animal Planet and Marimba was the most common instrument used for the lead. So i rejected some 5-6 leads myself which i was randomly playing on some major chords and then i finally got settled on this.

    I kept the percussions dry for just one pure reason, to give the live feeling to the song. I wanted to give this song an Epic feeling but still keeping it soft.

    Marimba was doing my job wherever the lead was concerned, but then i felt this track needed some instrument that can brighten up the track a little. Hence, guitar is introduced here.

    I felt by keeping the marimba in the background, the song won't lose it's feel, so here it worked as a bass line too.

    About the end, i totally agree with you i should have stretched it a little i feel now.

    Thanks again for that great review brother. look forward to such reviews in the near future too.


  9. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Fri 27th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    Incredible! Such a gentle and fun track to listen to. The percussion part is Marimbas? Or Xylos? Or Vibraphone? Very great choice, regardless. I really am digging the drum patterns. It has a sort of African/Tribal feel to it. I could possibly hear this in a Disney movie like Tarzan or The Lion King. I can also visualize puppies from your strong instrumentation. Beautiful work, EB!


    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much for that lovely feedback GO! And yes, the bellish percussive lead is on Marimba. And as you rightly said, those drum patterns are of african folk genre. I really wanted to give this track an epic yet soft feel to it, . My main intention was to achieve that. I hope i have achieved atleast 10% of my vision. Totally gratified by reading those kind words GO about the resemblance of my music with Disney movies scores.

    I hope in near future, we all are associated with Disney, Paramount, Universal and many more big names.

    Thanks again!


  10. steve010101
    steve010101 on Fri 27th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    The intro pulls us into a dreamy, far-out space. The introduction of the guitar picks up the energy and the drums keeps it flowing. Overall, a well crafted, quality track.

    Kind regards,


    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hey Steve,

    Thank you so much for the feedback. Really glad to know you liked it!! :)


  11. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Tue 24th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    EB, this track absolutely made my day.....light, happy feeling to it. You captured the emotions I feel when I am around puppies (all dogs for that matter) as well, haha. I can see this one as a backing track to a great dog commercial.

    Wonderful way to start my day. Thanks for putting a smile on my face and warming my heart a bit this morning. Really well done. I hope all is well.


    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hello Bear,

    That's one of the best comments I have ever received. I feel my hard work has paid off a little, Really appreciate your kind words and yes, if i get a chance, i'll definitely try to pitch it for any dog commercial that comes across. This comment actually made my day and this time, thank you for putting a smile on my face :)



  12. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 21st Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    A lovely piece of music that I will review in much greater detail when I find the time.

    Intro is very peaceful and the whole thing is really quite uplfiting. Maybe could be used for a puppy soundtrack? Lots of other soundtracks too as this has some class and elegance to it.

    It's very easy listening but not of the cheesy variety.

    So, more another time. Until then - big congrats.

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hello there,

    Thank you very much for your kind words. Pure love is devoid of cheesiness. isn't it? Will be eagerly looking forward to your detailed review and m really glad you liked it.


  13. MarkACorradetti
    MarkACorradetti on Fri 20th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    this is very cool. Very expressive ! Would you be open to some fretless bass on this ?


  14. MarkACorradetti
    MarkACorradetti on Fri 20th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    this is very cool. Very expressive ! Would you be open to some fretless bass on this ?


    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much Mark! Really appreciate your kind words. I think fretless bass will make this track a lil jazzy/bluesy i feel, still, i would like you to give it a shot.

    Make something and send it across on

    I will surely re-upload if it sounds good to me.

    Thanks again for your words.


  15. evilarmy83
    evilarmy83 on Thu 19th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    I like what you have going. Very positive!

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much for your kind words :) and i loved your profile avatar.


  16. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Thu 19th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hi MrEB,
    Short track, right at the point.
    I liked everything: from the nice intro sounds to the soft rhythm introduced by the percussion.
    The marimba and harpsichord really make me think of two puppies jumping around and playing together.
    And the lead guitar adds a touch of "live feeling" to it.
    Very well done!
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hello Domenico,

    Thank you so much for the lovely comment. The whole idea was to portray their cuteness and innocence. Hope i was able to pull of at least 50% of that...

    Thanks again!


  17. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 18th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    this is a happy uplifting composition EB....and we could all use more of the nice feelings it gives....well done....Ed

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much for those kind words Ed! Glad to know you liked it! :)

  18. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 18th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    What a pleasant song! Short sweet and to the point. It really conveys your intention. Nice choice of instruments as well.

    It's actually at a good volume I think, allows me to turn up my volume knob a bit. A rare thing these days with the misuse of limiters and compressors.



    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thanks a tons for your kind words Wayne! Glad to know you enjoyed:)

    And it really feels great when your emotions are successfully conveyed to your listeners. And about the volume, somewhere i feel the beginning is really not audible, hence, it needs some boost there. Will level it nicely once i take up this track.


  19. SHWAK
    SHWAK on Wed 18th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    just maybe the title to Puppies?

    very jinja safari sounding btw

    nice work!

    Reply by EtherBlu

    May be :)

    Thanks again! :)

    PRINCELECTRO on Wed 18th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    man this is beautiful.. especially guitar.. nice arrangemant with soft melodies.. good job

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much Prince :)

  21. SHWAK
    SHWAK on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    lol nice

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you! :)

  22. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    I'm relistening to your track and one suggestion: I'd add something like a nice airy pad or strings on the segments following the 1:09 mark, to carry the build up of the drums and fill the space; it would allow the momentum to sink into the listener's mind and be absorbed and provide a nice satisfactory "ahhh" feeling to this part and give the song a present but soothing climax.

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you for giving it another listen brother! And I think you're right. I should've added something there. The only thing is this time I wanted to avoid using synths & FX, I controlled a lot on technical aspects this time. But yeah, I will definitely try some Airy pad there. And yes, I assure the end will be changed :) sounds little abrupt right? Will definitely do something about it.

    Cheers! :)

  23. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice to see your likeness here on the Loop again man! Hope all has been well! This one is TOTALLY dog-commercial worthy! I can so hear it behind some national Iams dog ad with the tagline "release the wild in your dog" or something haha. I love the drums! They're awesome. Beautiful exciting, happy buildup and tops off with that neat and simple guitar solo. Keep up the awesome work, Ether! I want MORE!!



    Reply by EtherBlu

    HAHAHAHA!!! Man you have no idea how eagerly I wait for your feedback on my tracks "ER"!! All is well & i trust All's well at your end too! And yes, "Release the wild in your dog" was too good!! Really appreciate your words and m glad you liked the arrangement. And yes, I'll keep coming back if not to upload tracks, but to have your comments on them. Take care.


  24. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    from 0:28 to 0:42 can be use in other cool stuff. but great track. it sound as soundtrack to a game.

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Thank you so much Brother Man! :)

  25. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    nice one. creative and enjoyable. I liked harpsichord and lead guitar additions. very lovely little piece.
    everything is sounding right in here, well done! Alex

    Reply by EtherBlu

    Hey Alex,

    Thank you so much! This is the first time I played with Harpsichord & Marimba and I enjoyed it. Looking forward to using them more often in my future tracks.


  26. Danke
    Danke on Tue 17th Mar 2015 - 7 years ago

    Beautiful one...

    We lost our dog last year...he was 15 and had wonderful life...we had too with him...:-)
    This songy reminds me lots of memories with him...from his puppy age til death...thankx for this magical 2 minutes...



    Reply by EtherBlu

    Let me hug you first Danke! I am sorry about your loss, Glad to know you liked the track and even more glad to know that you could relate to it. Hope this track adds to your beautiful memories with him.


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