Tags : | Cinematic | 8.59 MB
Description : Recently I decided to explore some darker themes for weeks to come (not counting possible collab
releases). This is the first one of a kind although it's not entirely on the dark side. I think it preserves that peculiar romanticism of mine, so I see it also as an atempt to mix and
balance the moods to give it a bit of uniqueness I guess...and don't bother about the genre...I just had to put it somewhere..:)^^
*UPDATE* 15th August 2015: I shortened the intro a bit to make it more concise and to maybe improve the listenability of the track as a whole!

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  1. Ducoh
    Ducoh on Mon 12th Mar 2018 - 2 months ago
    Like it.
  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 4th Sep 2015 - 2 years ago
    Seems as if I'm late to the party on this song! I felt the need to listen to this after hearing the one I just heard and commented on. It's strange, because when I arrived at your profile, this song was listed first, then I had to reload the page, and all of the sudden the other track was listed first. Maybe you were changing your track order when I arrived? Either way, this is quite interesting! I found it quite humorous that someone compared this to Skinny Puppy... I can only think it is because of the vintage sounding synth voices, because other than that I find it bears little resemblance to the Puppy, and I've been listening to them for about 20 years. Either way, it is good to get a reference point for the previous song I heard, and I can definitely hear why you wish this was the second in the series, and not the first. It feels like a "calm after the storm" sort of image to me. I'm happy that I am not alone in having imaginings of the devastation and tragic uplift. Your songs are always special to me. Faved as well!
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi again Spiv!

    Your experience about the tracks order is really unexplicable to me because I wasn't changing anything at that time. Maybe some naughty little dwarfs were at work on Looperman's site today...hehe...:)

    I really can't tell you anything about Skinny Puppy cause I haven't listen to them yet, but I trust your verdict and I'm sure my track can't have any significant similarities with them!

    You hit the nail on the head with "calm after the storm"
    and that's the major part of what was on my mind when
    expressing regrets about the running order. Now I'm even not sure if there will be any further tracks of this kind
    because I somehow feel the fulfilment of the mood I was planning to explore. Furthermore I don't want to fall into the grip of exageration with more of the same, so I will probably push a pause button on this particular collection and maybe supplement it at a later time!

    Thanks alot again for listening, for this kind comment and for the 'fav'!

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  3. vbahatyrevich
    vbahatyrevich on Thu 3rd Sep 2015 - 2 years ago
    This one is deep
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for listening and kind opinion!

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  4. tripple6fusion
    tripple6fusion on Wed 2nd Sep 2015 - 2 years ago
    interesting piece... love the tones/effects...the slow tempo lets you put expression in every note....cool stuff!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for taking a time to listen and comment!

    With appreciation____Orlando
  5. FrozenStick
    FrozenStick on Mon 31st Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Very nice and dark!It's so beautiful I can hear it all day and sit in a corner of my room and cry..:'D nicely done!
    Reply by Orlando51 Oh my god...I think this is the first time I hear that my music made someone crying...but this is truly a huge compliment! Many thanks!

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  6. beerling1970
    beerling1970 on Mon 31st Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    I find this so relaxing mate
    Great track

    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot Steve....much appreciated!

  7. kc113
    kc113 on Sat 29th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    kinda reminds me of skinny puppy
    Reply by Orlando51 Not familiar with them, but thhx for listening anyway!

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  8. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Wed 26th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Really nice job, Orland! A very 'cinematic' piece that would work nice as a TV or movie soundtrack. Lots of interesting elements to it.

    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks Scott for listening and for this friendly comment!:)

    With appreciation_______Orlando
  9. freespiritradio
    freespiritradio on Tue 25th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    very nice nikos from greece
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot Nikos!:)

  10. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 25th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Orlando. Hello.

    I don't find this to be as dark as it is introspective. There are dark moments, yes. But any time you journey inward, you will find some darkness. Maybe I just see it that way because of my own state of mind as of late. Art, after all, is subject to the viewer, or in this case, listener. Ultimately, I find this to be very soothing and gentle.
    The piano couldn't have been more perfect here. It's presence brings a beautifully sad, but hopeful element.

    This is a fine piece, Orlando. Thanks you for sharing it.

    Take care.
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi mate!

    " Art, after all, is subject to the viewer, or in this case, listener."...I couldn't agree more! As a matter of fact the idea in my head was much darker than the actual result turned out, but im sure that my next track I'm
    preparing will show less discrepancy between the idea and
    the actual music.

    Many thanks for listening mate, and for this nice comment as well!:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  11. maadlabs
    maadlabs on Mon 24th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    very beautyful track bro
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot...much appreciated!

  12. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Mon 24th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Just got off of a snuff film site i accidentally stumbled upon on the deep web and this song did not help my scared state that I am in. Lol but great song!
    Rico L.
    Reply by Orlando51 At least we know now what kind of movies you're watching...
    ...haha...Thanks alot mate for listening and for this lovely comment!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  13. SikNoiz
    SikNoiz on Sat 22nd Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Absolutely beautiful.
    It kind of reminded me of the work c418 did for the Minecraft soundtrack.
    Very ethereal but focused due to the changes in pattern and instrumentation.
    Reply by Orlando51 My sincere thanks for listening and for this lovely feedback!

    With appreciation______orlando
  14. Shaydo
    Shaydo on Thu 20th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Very nice, a space sound almost
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for stopping by to listen and for posting this positive feedback....much appreciated!

    All the best_____Orlando
  15. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Wed 19th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    This the most powerful free form I have heard for awhile. I had to download it and put it in my playlist. Thanks for sharing this. PDMuzak
    Reply by Orlando51 My appreciation for your listening time Pat, and for this friendly comment and the 'fav'!:)

    Best wishes______Orlando
  16. KiwiRoss
    KiwiRoss on Wed 19th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Haunting - Powerful - well done
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for listening and comment...glad you liked it!

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  17. silverman
    silverman on Mon 17th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Great piece.
    It is very big and powerful yet somehow touches me gently.
    Another contradiction in this piece is it sounds so sad yet so uplifting and full of hope at the same time.
    Going in the faves.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot my friend for this lovely feedback!
    If I ever composed a song beset by paradox, this one is!
    "So sad yet so uplifting and full of hope"...I couldn't agree more on your observations....much appreciated!:)
    Many thanks for the 'fav' as well!

    All the best_____Orlando
  18. blunierty
    blunierty on Sun 16th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Love the features in this track as a whole the cinematic piece of it all flows great with each other, this actually could be very well used as a rap instrumental also, could still spit versus on it as is but if you added drums which is not necessary, but if so it would be more traditional which I sometimes try to avoid anyhow because I love to stay in the game but have enough space where I can move... as to create more music in the same aspect of the genre I am trying to create... basically all you gotta do is keep ya head up like tupac said and every legend did.
    Reply by Orlando51 I would never think that this track would appeal to a raper! Thank you so much for listening and for this great comment!:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  19. mudhoen
    mudhoen on Sat 15th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Damn Orlando, you did it again. You made me shiver again with your music. You made the synth so deep and let it flow so well together. When the strings/piano come in it really hits you in the face. I enjoyed listening to this masterpiece.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much my friend for this lovely and generous
    feedback...it truly means alot to me !:) Also many thanks
    for the 'fav'!

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  20. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 14th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Upon further listens I fav'd and downloaded (ty). I think this is a tune that grows on you with time and you may have to be patient with people for this one. I agree with the Vangelis take on it from Marc, but you have a little touch of Phil Manzanera as well like this song called Europe 70-1.
    About 1:29 in it has a sensibility (that moment always gives me a chill) like your tune does.
    I was playing some string chords and phrases along side listening to this one. Let it persist.
    Reply by Orlando51 What a coincidence Steve....I just wanted to send you PM
    to at least say thank you for download and the 'fav', but then I saw your comment..:) Phil Manzanera...wow...I've always been a bit of Roxy Music fan, so your observation sounds great to me...also thanks alot for the link, I will check it out!
    And yeah...that 1:29 mark is probably the only reason I'm not removing the intro entirely which I'm becoming more and more embarrassed with....

    And in the end we come to the extra special compliment for me which is you playing along my tune....I'm hugely curious how this has sounded....:)

    In any case, Steve...big thanks for returning here with
    another comment and for all things mentioned above and foremost for all the attention you have shown for my latest work!:)

    With maximum appreciation_____Orlando
  21. jamid
    jamid on Fri 14th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    I just had a listen again to this track.
    I must stress that how beautifully crafted this track is.
    Again big well done to you mate.
    Reply by Orlando51 Wow, my friend....the second comment already!:) I'm really honoured! Usually I don't pay much attention on second comments, but this time.....You probably have no idea how grateful I am this time for your repeated recognition
    because I have to confess you that I'm otherwise bitterly
    disappointed by relatively poor response on this work which I seriously
    consider one of my best (apart from that silly intro) if not the best yet! I will probaly have to accept the fact that majority of the people just don't have their
    antennas tuned to the message I'm sending....but on the other hand I'm really happy there are people who feel and know that music is not just about having big beats and
    rhythm....just like you my friend...and that's why yours
    sincere support appears even more precious to me....
    Big thank you for that my friend!:)

    With maximum appreciation______Orlando
  22. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Fri 14th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hi Orlando,

    as usual I have listened to this three times now and it just gets better, love the way you bring in subtle changes and the mix between the keys and pads is brilliant. Once again 6 and a half minutes fly past. Vangelis springs to mind with some of the sections which is even more awesome.
    fantastic work as always Orlando, this I have missed.
    best wishes and take care my friend,
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi again Mark!

    What a huge compliment only to mention Vangelis! Always nice to read your friendly comments and I'm really glad
    you liked this one...But Mark, if this is "fantastic", where is my 'fav' then?^^^...haha...only joking my friend:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  23. Byleth
    Byleth on Thu 13th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Nice work, the Pads really made their job here

    Your piano melody and sounds is just amazing !

    Well done.

    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for listening and for this friendly comment !:)

    With appreciation______Orlando
  24. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 13th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    I really didn't get the feeling it was dark, more ethereal or surreal. Parts were a bit uplifting. Nice piece of music O! Nicely mixed with some sweet piano sprinkled in.

    Reply by Orlando51 Well, Wayne...I guess the idea in my head was much darker than the consequent result is, but I think I explained that a bit in the description. And yet you're absolutely right...I have to accept you as a listener and not as someone who would know in advance what's going on in my head...haha...yes there are moments which are even uplifting...you got a great point here !

    No matter what, thanks alot for listening and posting this friendly comment !

    With appreciation______Orlando
  25. Rhodesy
    Rhodesy on Tue 11th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Awesome composition.After the mind tingle intro it opens up into a feeling of floating souls around the room,the tones just melt into one another,exquisite.The outro part just makes me feel somewhat sad and tearful,the feeling of loss that can never be replaced like the parting of my father.
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm truly grateful for this kind and warm response...and this track is really about loss...also, I'm really sorry to hear about your father...

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  26. Livingsoulsdie
    Livingsoulsdie on Tue 11th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Very interesting selection of sounds. It almost like a dark ambient type of track in the beginning and as you go forward it morphs into something less erie and more cinematic almost like the background sounds in a documentary about space.
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks mate for this interesting obsevation on my new track!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando
  27. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 11th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    the main event for me starts somewhere around 1:30 Orlando...big rich and a bit dark sounds in the intro and then the darker-mellow kicks in...nice big orchestral feel to it even though it is a non-traditional orchestra...you are the meistro of these picture-painting music scapes that keep us anticipating the changing flow of the musical journey...really like those piano bits you have in there my friend...great listening over this side of the planet...another superb piece of work...Ed
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm not surprised you're mentioning 1:30 mark Ed, because everything prior to it (with possible exception of transition) is a pain in the ass to me and probably for the majority of my listening audience also! That intro is an absolute intruder, added after the main part was done which sounded to me too beautiful to be true, so I just had to do something to spoil it...haha...but seriously, in most cases
    I tend to add something disturbing within, or something that doesn't quite fit (probably a bit of an artistic caprice) and this time it was intro's turn. I'm just too mean (intentionaly) to keep things perfectly acceptable. Ofcourse I try hard to avoid that habit when doing collabs...haha...yet I have to admit that I was thinking alot to maybe remove/replace that intro, but one of my loyal angels (not lost) suggested me not to do so...ya know, he's a bit of a mean bastard too...:)^^

    Anyways, what else to say than a big thank you, my friend, for your continuous support and for keeping an eye on my shaky noise making experiments!

    See you soon along the road_______Orlando
  28. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 10th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    It's time I introduced you to a colleague of mine.
    Rachel Nusbaumer.
    You may find her cinematic pieces captivating as I find your work, such as this tune.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot Steve for listening and for for this link...I will check it out !:)

  29. MGproduct
    MGproduct on Mon 10th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Like Classic Cinematic Pieces ... Perfect
    Just More Delay ( A Few )
    10 A 2015 MG
    Reply by Orlando51 Yeah, I think it has alot of that classic feel...many thanks for listening and comment!

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  30. ReverseSounds
    ReverseSounds on Mon 10th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Reply by Orlando51 Well....thanks alot for all that love!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  31. jamid
    jamid on Mon 10th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hello mate,
    Wow, Darker side??? Wow where is my torch I can’t see anything??
    Seriously, mate it sound absolutely fab, I love it and easily can say one of your best work yet.
    Mate, I don’t know what you have been eating or drinking but your productivity it is up by 100%, you are almost catching up to me….. haha.
    Well done.
    Reply by Orlando51 Hey matey...you don't have to see, just listen...haha...
    Well...I guess I will never really catch up with you on productivity...I just can't compete with world record holders no matter what I eat or drink...haha...yet I can only try my best..:)
    Thanks alot for this lovely feedback and my new 'jamid fav':)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  32. JAweGuy
    JAweGuy on Sun 9th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    A very enjoyable piece. I particularly liked the sounds around 1:35 and then at similar parts throughout. Kept me entertained, reminds me of older movies such as Flight of the Navigator. 4:30 was pretty cool.

    - JAweGuy
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for stopping by to listen and for posting this kind feedback !

    With appreciation_____Orlando

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