Tags : | Cinematic | 8.29 MB
Description : This time around I made a rare exception in terms of my usual way of doing things. In most cases I avoid using samples, loops or any other kind of pre-recorded material due to my strong preference of making music from scratch! Yet, here is one of those rare occasions where I decided to combine my recently composed and recorded material with some samples from Magix sound library. And here is the result...not necessarily cinematic...but you know..:)^^ Any comments appreciated!

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  1. mindhiest
    mindhiest on Mon 9th Jan 2017 - 1 year ago
    great job on this. glad I was looking at you tracks, I would have missed this. I also use magix, mainly the vst, but the library also. this is a great flowing piece. love it. debated on referencing Harry Mancinni(spell) but has a faint hint of that.
    Reply by Orlando51 I apologise for late reply. Many thanks for this positive feedback and mentioning Mancini is a bit of a surprise..:)

    With appreciation______Orlando
  2. Anubis
    Anubis on Fri 25th Nov 2016 - 1 year ago
    A majestic work of art!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Reply by Orlando51 Such a generous feedback my friend...Thank you so kindly!:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  3. Musicante
    Musicante on Thu 3rd Dec 2015 - 2 years ago
    This is a real power-house of a track, my friend! I have a real fondness for orchestral music, and this one is very well done. I can certainly imagine this track in an epic type movie. Really nice, Orlando!

    Reply by Orlando51 Grazie tanto mio caro amico Musicante !:)

    Saluti a Milano_____Orlando
  4. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Fri 27th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Such a commanding intro!

    Your layering here is impeccable. It reminds me of an oncoming storm. I like the introduction of so many different instruments, as if they're all just waiting in line to perform their hearts out.

    Honestly, Orlando, I think of all of your work that I've heard, which is quite a few, by the way, this one might just be my favorite.

    The mix/mastering is super clean, spacious and rich. Excellent work. Keep it up, my friend!

    Take care.
    Reply by Orlando51 Hello Aaron!

    My apologies for the late reply...to be honest I really didn't expect such a favourable and generous review on this one, but ofcourse I'm absolutely grateful and happy for it!
    Moreso cause I have really put quite some effort into it
    and when it receives such degree of recognition from an artist who is very high on my admiration list then the feel is even more inspiring !

    Big thank you, my friend.

  5. Pepskii
    Pepskii on Wed 25th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Gorgeous plucks and pads/strings! ^^ Amazing piece!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for listening and for this most friendly feedback!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando
  6. Philemonster1
    Philemonster1 on Sun 22nd Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    i just had an eargasm!
    such lush sounds,ooooh thosedeeps pads and rumbles ,how did you get your mix to sound like this, which daw do you use and what kind of reerb is the most overall one in the mix
    the strings,did you make them? dude,i need you looooops!!!
    Reply by Orlando51 Eargasm?...haha...good one!^^ As first thank you so much for this enthusiastic feedback! It's difficult to explain how I made it to sound exactly like this, but I can tell you I have put alot of effort into it ! I'm using Samplitude as a DAW and as far as reverbs and other fx are in question, Izotope is my first choice. Unfortunately I haven't uploaded any loops yet, cause they're not my priority and my focus is predominantky on tracks, but yes...I work alot on strings arrangements and I dare to say they are almost a dominant fixture in my overall work...afteral you can check it out!
    And now just a silly question...If this is truly so eargasmatic and magical as you say, don't you think it would have deserved a 'fav'?!^^ (joke)

    With much appreciation_______Orlando
  7. OmarMuk
    OmarMuk on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Oh wow man this is outrageously awesome haha!

    Now this is my type of music. I didn't know if there were many orchestral cinematic composers here on the loop but I think I might've just heard the best!

    Phenomenal job I'm seriously blown away by this track!

    A unique adventure I thoroughly enjoyed it.
    Reply by Orlando51 Dear friend....your feedback is truly generous and inspiring ! Many thanks for that and for the 'fav'...means alot !:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  8. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Great track, very well produced!! This certainly has a cinematic feel to it. I kind of picture an adventure scene where everything is going as planned for all that are involved. Thanks for sharing!!!

    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for listening and posting this friendly feedback !

    With appreciation______Orlando
  9. phatkatz4
    phatkatz4 on Tue 17th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Cinematic is a pretty broad genre. I can picture this in one of those nature videos. A herd of elephants grazing and meandering about in the grassland. Where it gets a bit more intense maybe the males are fighting for dominance, then it mellows out like the mother elephant tending her young. Excellent piece, you truly are a master painter with sound.
    Reply by Orlando51 I agree about the genre and I admire your imagination !:)

    Many thanks for listening, for this lovely comment, and ofcourse for the 'fav'...means the world !:)

    With much appreciation_______Orlando
  10. CayTay
    CayTay on Tue 17th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Love it great job
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot !:)

  11. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Tue 17th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    So much time, effort and thought gone into this piece and it really works very well. Great work.

    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot Richie ! I'm glad you liked it !:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  12. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 16th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    I am late Orlando, but I am glad I have not missed this one...again you have cast aside the artificial borders to music and allowed the instruments from the continents to make beautiful music together...and what a pleasure to listen to the result....Ed
    Reply by Orlando51 Always a pleasure to hear from you my friend and your continuous support is hugely appreciated! Thanks alot again
    but now I'm rushing to hear your new thing...see you there...:)

  13. aperture2
    aperture2 on Sat 14th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Great I will be using it one time and let you know Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51 Ok, Mister...let me know....and thanks alot!:)

    With appreciatiom_______Orlando
    PRINCELECTRO on Fri 13th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Wow Orlando , brilliant work! This is one of the best classical piece i ve listened in here. So much talent.

    Cong. and handshake
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks mate for this generous feedback and for the 'fav' !:)

    With much appreciation_______Orlando
  15. JasonCroft
    JasonCroft on Fri 13th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Producing a cinematic music is hard and needs a lot of time for writing, thinking and testing. amd a mistake can make your project to be destroyed.
    im not that good to criticism your project but i just think that bell sample (which is for Magix MM20 sound bank) repeats a lot
    however i loved that mix, playing with volums made your song strange and beautiful
    hats off...
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for listening and for this honest review !:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  16. geoffvt
    geoffvt on Fri 13th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Really like this track. It has an African feel to it as well ( I live in Durban South Africa) May I ask was this written for an African Elephant or an Indian Elephant....( both are good) Anyway.... great track well done look forward in hearing a few more in the same kind of style ....
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot....I'm really glad you like this track!:) The original title was "Elephant In My Heart" so now you know for which one it was written...:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  17. HunterFoxzAC
    HunterFoxzAC on Fri 13th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Beautiful, Really like the Indian Percussions and Piano that was used in the making of this lovely Track..
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for this lovely comment !:)

    With appreciation________Orlando
  18. Kreativarte
    Kreativarte on Tue 10th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Great track!! And the title for it is excellent!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for listening and friendly comment !:)

    With appreciation______Orlando
  19. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Mon 9th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    koool I love the horn instrumentation and everything else. PDMuzak
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot, Pat ! I'm very glad you like it !:) Also many thanks for the 'fav'!

    With much appreciation_______Orlando
  20. nardomous
    nardomous on Mon 9th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    this is like dat....
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot :)

  21. sowcobain
    sowcobain on Mon 9th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    This is AMAZING
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for your kind opinion!:)

  22. maggieholbl
    maggieholbl on Mon 9th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    This is great!! Hope you don't mind my download. ;)
    Reply by Orlando51 Ofcourse I don't mind, afteral I enabled it.:) Thanks alot for liking it and for the 'dl'!

    With appreciation________Orlando
  23. midisparks
    midisparks on Mon 9th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    beautiful use of the classical instruments. love the way those tablas? feel in my ears. I use to play the oboe and have not found an oboe sample I like until this track. it is a cool safari ride man - nice job!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot mate for listening and for this friendly feedback!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  24. jamid
    jamid on Sun 8th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hello Mate,
    This is not good!! Mate every female in LM leaving you a brilliant feedback.
    What chance do I have to leave you a good feedback?
    Can I have some of your animal magnetism please?
    No, seriously mate this track wonderful.
    Well done mate
    Reply by Orlando51 Heyyy Jamid my friend !:)

    Nice to meet you again...how's going? Well...are we jealous a bit?..haha... You know, all these fine young ladies have a very good taste...what else to say?:)^^ Ah, yes ofcourse,
    my animal magnetism....I posses so much of it that I'm willingly giving away a bit of it to you matey..ok, there
    you have it...just take it and use it rationally...happy?^^
    Anyways, I really like your feedbacks and this one is no exception.....thank you so much for it ....and for the 'fav'!:)

    Always with appreciation_______Orlando
  25. SoleilxLune
    SoleilxLune on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Dude, this track is amazing!
    I've used Magix, too... most of my tracks are made with it.
    Thanks for share your music with us! :)

    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much for this lovely feedback! I'm very glad
    you liked my little extra effort.:)

    With much appreciation________Orlando
  26. benjizo
    benjizo on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    We gotta put your Music in the next Bond Movie LOL.You amazingly good Orlando.Much love for this piece.
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi Benjizo!:)

    I'm really honoured to receive such a generous recognition.
    007...why not? If you say so it might work...lol....
    In any case thanks alot for the support and the 'fav' ofcourse...much appreciated!:)

    All the best_____Orlando
  27. SeriouslyJoking
    SeriouslyJoking on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    This is MAGIC!
    I'm picturing myself in the great Concert Hall downtown listening to this. Am I really sitting at home listening to this on Looperman? Can't be.
    A brilliant piece of Music and I'm loving it.
    Hope you are doing fine over there!
    Cheers and take care/ SJ =)
    Reply by Orlando51 What a coincidence SJ...I just returned from your page
    commenting the wonderful "Needle In The Hay" and I'm back
    in conversation with you.:) So glad you enjoyed my new track and I'm truly grateful for this very generous feedback and for the 'fav' ofcourse...means the world !:)

    With much appreciation_______Orlando
  28. ssherron
    ssherron on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    This took me to a different place. So awesome!
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm glad you enjoyed the place you're mentioning!:) Thanks

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  29. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Oh What have you done! The elephant in the room is smiling. Because he/she knows you have made a brilliant minimalist tune with awesome melody and percussion and arrangement and just the slightest touch of cinematic drama. The clarinets are brilliant at 2:13. it's at this point I realize I am the Elephant. And I should just enjoy the brilliance of the piece. Marimbas at 3:04 with a distant flute morphing into an oboe. Then a freaking Piano....
    Awesome job. I loved this one Orlando...
    Cruvation...standing cruvation
    Reply by Orlando51 Hey Steve!

    Many many thanks for this friendly and generous feedback! I'm really glad you liked it! This one was originally also
    intended as a kind of intermezzo thing (again), but as it often happens during the process the goal was becoming a bit more ambitious....and yes, I think I partly succeeded to pull some nice combinations out of it here and there and thanks alot for recognizing that .....

    ......and for the cruvations ofcourse !:)

    With much appreciation________Orlando
  30. thekunig
    thekunig on Fri 6th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    Its like a journey through the sands of the Kalahari desert !! Excellent piece

    Reply by Orlando51 Interesting imagination....thanks alot for listening and for this lovely feedback!:)

    With appreciation_______Orlando
  31. ladyinred
    ladyinred on Fri 6th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    wonderful !
    different arrangement and amazing work !
    a professional cinematic peice .
    Reply by Orlando51 Much appreciation for your generous comment!:)

    All the best_____Orlando
  32. danke
    danke on Fri 6th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    I throw some words to download it :-)

    Outstanding piece...but it's out of question...this work is nearly classical music...Classical classical...:-)

    Your special approach to music is incredible...

    Greetings from Hungary, Linda, Esther, Marcel (3 days old...), Danke
    Reply by Orlando51 First my sincere congratulations to daddy for bringing young master Marcel to this world....I'm sure he will recapitulate some fine talents of his dad!:) I can imagine the happiness in your family and I'm very glad for that!

    And next, ofcourse, I have to say big thank you for your generous comment on my latest work, as well as for the 'fav' and 'dl'...means the world!:)

    Greetings back to you and your family______Orlando
  33. shizcity
    shizcity on Fri 6th Nov 2015 - 2 years ago
    This is a phenomenal piece
    Reply by Orlando51 Very generous....much appreciated!:)


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