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Description : I'm very glad to upload yet another collab work with maestro Tumbleweed! This one is quite special cause it embraces Ed's wonderful idea of bringing together some unusual instruments from various parts of the world to find out how well they can work together and also to what degree of harmony they can mix with more standard instruments like sax or piano for example....and so here are presented the Chinese Ghuzeng, Harmonium, Zither, Frame drum, Jingle stick and Wooden whistle among you see the title "No Borders" is truly appropriate. I hope you will find it interesting!:) As always all my thanks go to my dear friend Ed, without whom this exciting journey would never happen !

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  1. GameZoneRecreation
    GameZoneRecreation on Tue 20th Apr 2021 - 1 month ago

    Thanks for making this track. I really loved the second half. Thanks again! Keep up the great work!

  2. Chasmchaser
    Chasmchaser on Fri 16th Oct 2020 - 7 months ago

    Great piece. It's like an emotional road trip in an open desert with the top down.


  3. mildperil
    mildperil on Wed 13th Jan 2016 - 5 years ago

    This is absolutely brilliant, what more can I say.

    Reply by Orlando51

    You said it all!:) Many thanks for listening and such a generous comment !

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  4. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sat 19th Dec 2015 - 5 years ago

    Wow, just wow! What a great meeting of the musical minds and such an incredible result. Byleth said it reminded him of the desert and since I live in the middle of the desert, I can tell you it works well with my surroundings, haha.

    This track illustrates what can happen when you put two extremely talented people in a virtual room and let them work their magic.

    I think this is probably some of your best work. The mix is much space and clarity. Stunning piece of art.

    Congrats to both of you for an incredible job. Added to favorites and downloaded to listen to many more times (thanks for that). Well done gents. Happy holidays to both of you. I hope all is well.


    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Barry! Sorry for the late reply ! Always good to hear from you and many thanks for this generous feedback! Yes I think you're has something desertish to it. All those unusual instruments from all over the world certainly have their impact. I'm very glad you enjoyed the listen!:)

    Merry celebration and happy New Year______Orlando

  5. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 21st Nov 2015 - 5 years ago

    Well, this is quite the combination of talents! I'm really enjoying the disarray contained within, and I mean that in only the best of ways. I can completely forgive the virtual instruments in this track, as they are all used so artistically and dramatically. Untrained ears would not know the difference. I love the subtle jazzy flavours, especially in the outro (that has to be my favorite section). Throughout the piece, I was engaged, even while reading all of the other comments. Fab artwork! Fave!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Always a pleasure to read your comments my friend ! "Untrained ears would not know the difference.." Yeah...believe it or not I always try very hard when working with vst's to make them sound not too artificial, but the contrary, to place them as close to original instruments as possible !

    Many thanks for this lovely feedback and for the 'fav'!:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  6. TayaliJeffrey
    TayaliJeffrey on Wed 4th Nov 2015 - 5 years ago

    the space it took me very nice the intro beautiful stuff

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot for listening and comment!

    With appreciation______Orlando

  7. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Wed 4th Nov 2015 - 5 years ago

    I'm back again for another listen ;) I had to ask - what do you use for your DAW? And are those live instruments that you recorded? I'd assume so but I had to ask because they sound really good haha.


    Reply by Orlando51

    Nice to see you coming back for another listen.:) I will gladly answer your questions....I mostly use Samplitude as a DAW, rarely Reaper and FL Studio! As far as my part of job on "No Borders" is in question there are no live instruments, only vst's and I think it's the same for Ed's input although I'm not 100% sure...I still have to ask him.:)

    Thanks again and cheers____Orlando

  8. Byleth
    Byleth on Wed 21st Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Awesome colab on my studio speaker its sounds pure epic I love when the other instrument comes in force at 3:00

    the high pich notes are also neat but idk what is the instrument you are using but its awesome.

    For some reason I feel like in desert when i play that track.

    The piano at ends is clean like crystal I love it too

    Overall 15/10 (seriously because nothing is perfect 9.5/10)

    I will fav it

    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks for this truly generous feedback and for the 'fav'!:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  9. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Sun 18th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Really lovely piece, Orlando. Great use of traditional and nontraditional instruments. Really like the sound of the harmonium. Would fit nicely in the "World" music genre if LM had it.


    Reply by Orlando51

    I absolutely agree Scott...."world" it would have been if
    there was an option. Thanks alot for listening and feedback!

    With appreciation______O)rlando

  10. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sat 17th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    this work of discovering new combinations of instruments new and old is fascinating to me as well. I thought your use of the old chinese instrument was very effective. I had some luck a few years ago with an instrument called the gopichant. the soundscape is very rich here and has a unique flavor because of these new combinations. big fav. cheers!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Always good to hear from you, my friend! I'm really glad you found this one exciting because I can tell you that the process of making this one was very exciting too!:)
    Much appreciation for your lovely comment and many thanks
    for hitting that fav button!:)

    All the best______Orlando

  11. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Sat 17th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    I can tell a lot of work went in to this track. Great work guys. This one is going to the front of my playlist. Thanks for the listen. PDMuzak

    Reply by Orlando51

    Yes, Pat, you're right!:) I rarely find myself so focused
    and full of cautiousness in the arranging as I was on this one. I hope that aforementioned approach paid off..:)

    Thank you so much for this positive feedback and for the fav!

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  12. soundhound
    soundhound on Fri 16th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    As people we fight, as cultures we fight...
    EVEN...Instrumentally, I find the instruments are
    fighting, to take there place within the mix of
    harmonics, at times it almost hard to see the sense
    of it all...All the Cultures they are connected to
    historically, have never got along anyway so why
    should they...:)...Jokingly but true...

    None the less, a worthy project and the mix is top shelf
    trying to tune the tracks to fit, was more then likely
    the hardest job and it's done very well...


    Reply by Orlando51

    Although I'm not sure if there's really such a terrible fight in there, I appreciate your opinion very much. I think the field of music art is less strict when cultural borders (or walls) are in question. Music has always been very inclusive teritory. I see this piece almost like some kind of interracial marriage. I'm sure most of them work and while I can't be quite sure if this track does too, I still don't see anything terribly incompatible within and I'm saying this without much trying to defend it. If nothing else we can still consider it as an experiment, moreso if the sense of even doing it is in question...:)

    Many thanks for listening and comment______Orlando

  13. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Wed 14th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hello Orlando.

    The instruments are definitely high quality as well as recording and the entire composition. Very pleasant to the ears.
    I can remember that sax loop from one of the recent tracks by MrTumbleweed. To me the sax section sounds very similar to works from Jan Garbarek, especially on 'In Praise Of Dreams' album which I am familiar with. He improvised in sort of folk manner over extremely soft electronic beats also there is a nice cello counterpoint. You're very close to the special athmosphere of this album for a moment

    1:53 transition is harmonically quite strange and I am sure that you have definitely 2 tracks here (which is nice!).

    Fine, gentle world beats. Original and very interesting exploration of the sound of very different instruments. Also I liked your playing. It is very well balanced and placed.
    I enjoyed listening a lot!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey sincere thanks for this friendly and comprehensive feedback and for the fav!:) I'm also very grateful for the link you provided....I will surely check it out.

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  14. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Wed 14th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hellllllllllllooooo Mate.
    All I can say WOW WOW WOW Mate.
    It is stunning track Undoubtedly it is created by a Legend (Ed) and the Master (Orrie).
    I wish I could put two favs on one track mate.
    I take off my hat to you both and rise a glass or two to both of your health.
    Well done mate.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey there Jamid my friend, so nice to have you back, even if only for a short time, and I see you haven't lost not a little of your ya doin' mate?...
    I can only say big big thank you for your energetic support
    and I can tell you that you have put 10 favs for me with your enthusiastic feedback....means the world!:)

    Always be my guest_____Orlando

  15. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    I can't say much that hasn't already been said. You've taken something abstract and woven it into your world of mystical cohesion. A rich and enjoyable journey as always. Thank you for sharing.


    Reply by Orlando51

    ...and thanks to you for listening and for this friendly
    comment...always much appreciated!:)

    All the best_____Orlando

  16. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Its always a pleasure to hear the masterful way you bring our elements and ideas together Orlando..and I am grateful to have found your talented and generous company..that was one of several little magic bits the way you brought in the transition to the sax part at 3:57.I join the applause..Ed

    Reply by Orlando51

    The applause goes to you first, my friend, for being the driving force of this exciting journey and also for making me being alive and kicking musicaly. You are always a big inspiration to me and this helps me alot to improve along the way! In fact I couldn't think of better companion for making music and may I say big thank you again for this incredible blessing ! The journey will continue...


  17. danke
    danke on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Absolute fabulous artwork Orlando!

    The whole track is shining from the are the master of long tracks (with StaticNomad) but the attention of the crowd is never decreases...first 2 mins are one of the best moments here in Loopey...

    Great collab from the duo...

    Handshake for both of you!!!

    Faved, dl, Danke

    Reply by Orlando51

    Ahhh, my dear neighbour....what a relief...your valuable opinion is always one of those good indicators which tell me whether I did ok or I just launched another piece of crap....although in that second case there is no feedback at all, but that's even better indicator...haha...

    Anyways, thank you so much for this lovely and encouraging comment and I'm truly honoured about what you think about the intro...also many thanks for dl and the 'fav'...means the world..:)

    With much appreciation and respect_______Orlando

  18. joecramer
    joecramer on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hello Orlando

    This sounds very well.
    All fits and has a good sound.
    But to be honest, i knowed it befor listen :)
    'Cause you never made bad sounding stuff
    and i always believed that everything sounds good, when it will be used right.

    The song itself is realy nicely to listen to and i enjoyed it more and more.
    You both did an exelent job!

    stay tuned

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Joe!

    Really nice to know you have nothing bad to say about this one...on the contrary your thoughts are very positive and I'm glad about many thanks my friend for this kind feedback!

    Always with appreciation______Orlando

  19. cellardoor
    cellardoor on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    This is super cool. I like how you brought together those disparate instruments to achieve a cohesive whole; the instruments are interesting but they don't jar me out of the framework. I agree with ER; the pads make it sound like we're floating. Neat collab with a sound concept.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks mate for this very positive feedback...much appreciated!

    All the best_____Orlando

  20. midiman007
    midiman007 on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Nice one guys..

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot mate for stopping by to listen and comment!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  21. PatrickFox
    PatrickFox on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    Very atmospheric dude... I like this a lot. Good work. :D :)

    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks to you Patrick for listening, commenting, downloading and for the 'fav'!:)

    With much appreciation_______Orlando

  22. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Tue 13th Oct 2015 - 5 years ago

    That intro is extremely pleasing to my ear :) Your pads develop a huge sense of space/floating. Those chinese stringed instruments are masterfully mixed and processed. The transition is truly epic!!!! It sounds like I'm trekking through ancient China haha. There is a load of emotional drive below this track and I absolutely dig it. You definitely know how to paint a beautiful picture with such clarity :) Fav'd for sure!


    Reply by Orlando51

    Dear friend, I'm so grateful for this generous review and so glad of what you think about the intro cause I'm usually the "intro guy" when doing collabs with Ed and I dare to say this one is really one of my best....but what you said about the transition almost knocked me off my
    seat...why, you will ask...because we were seriously considering to change it and even alternative version was recorded for that matter, but I'm glad we decided to stick to it as it is in the end.

    My deepest appreciation and many thanks for the fav!:)


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