Tags : | Ambient | 6.48 MB | Samplitude

Description : I just painted a picture of abandoned sanctuary and I thought it could sound like this...:)

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  1. Zivonmusic
    Zivonmusic on Sat 10th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Wowowow
    This has an amazing underlying melancholy to it. Lost touch with a once beautiful reality. Wonderful!

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    First sorry for the late reply and thank you so much for your friendly feedback !

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  2. 25DjTj
    25DjTj on Sun 21st Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    hi orlano,
    listening to your track after a long time.
    This was on a different trajectory it seems, needed some time to get hold of it tho.
    Anyways it's still a greatly produced track with all the right vibes in place
    thanks for the track
    TJ

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi there mate....sorry for the late reply...many thanks for this friendly feedback and for the 'fav'...means alot!:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  3. andrewy0u
    andrewy0u on Fri 19th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Great! Very spellbinding!

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot....I'm glad you liked it!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  4. MGproduct
    MGproduct on Fri 19th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Dark Space and relaxing ... Its great

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot for this positive feedback!:)

    With apprerciation____Orlando

  5. 7venth12
    7venth12 on Mon 15th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    This one is a fav from me, great work!

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you so much, but I don't see that 'fav'..:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  6. superultramegaok
    superultramegaok on Sun 14th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    hi there,
    this is a truly calming and deep music.
    Really like the sound and the tone. Also, the melodic progression is truly enjoyable.
    Well done!

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

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

    With much appreciation_____Orlando

  7. Rhodesy
    Rhodesy on Sun 14th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey Orlando,this is truly wonderous my friend!Picture myself miles from home sitting by a small lake surrounded by overhanging trees with abandoned decayed small boats.Your music always paints a picture for me which no other on here can touch.So intricate,minimal and musical.Take care.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Nice imagination mate....I'm really glad you liked this one
    and thanks alot for this inspiring feedback and the 'fav'!

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  8. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Sun 7th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    hello Orlando

    Still, flat and cold soundscape you have here! This is
    a beautiful piece with a lot of positive soothing power.
    I can really hear some pleasant and healing resonance of string plucked instruments in this.

    I enjoyed floating melodies - reminding me a bit of the sound of a Sunvox virtual synth I used earlier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzkulKz8qBI

    Thanks for taking me to the Zen zone for a moment!

    Best to you, Alex

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey mate...how ya doin'?..:) I'm really glad you had quite some positive impressions about this one and also thanks for the link...I will check it out!:)

    With appreciatiom_____Orlando

  9. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 6th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hello Orlando

    What a cool name for a picture and track :)
    Cant say any about the painting :) but i like the sounds you used here and if the music fits to the picture, then it must be a very nice one.
    I realy enjoy tracks where i can close my eys and strat dreaming. And this one is realy good for that

    Great work on the sounds and mixing also.
    Excelent stuff to relaxing

    stay tuned
    joe

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Good to hear from you, Joe...I'm really glad that I was able to make a little contribution to your relaxing routine
    and i much appreciate your listening time and nice comment!
    Thanks alot!:)

    Cheers_____Orlando

  10. XyIlent
    XyIlent on Fri 5th Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Euphoric is how i would describe this track.. or fucking awesome, think ill go with the latter haha

    Its the synthwork in this im loving most though, amazing work.
    If you dont mind me asking what vst's you using for these?
    especially the pluck at 15seconds been trying to make a sound like that for a while! haha

    Congratz bro,
    xyilent

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks for the compliments Sean. Your question about
    vst usage is coincidentally very appropriate cause the idea for this track emerged when I was testing CZynthia synth for the first time. Later on also my frequently used CrX4
    jumped in for complimentary purposes, and that's it..:)

    Cheers_____Orlando

  11. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Wed 3rd Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Orlando, How are you? Well, I hope.

    Often times, I begin a track with no idea where it's headed. A lot of the times, I try to build something similar to thi in the sense that it's a minimalist, drumless soundscape. But that creative force that lives in me always brings forth the driving beat. Just once, I'd like to create something as ethereal, and captivating as yours. Maybe you're much more at peace with yourself that I am. Which leads me to ask the question: Does the creativity reflect the state of mind, or does it influence it? When you create these pieces, do you let the music channel through you, or do you bend the ambiance to your desire? Myself, I believe that music has always been here. Long before we were, and it will be here long after we're gone. We are nothing more than a vehicle for it to be presented to us. We give it it's voice. But, there are those who simply let it flow through them, and then there are those, more like myself, who, although let it flow, bend it to fit my own agenda. Your pieces are almost always so calm, and reflective, where mine are always aggressive and driving. Even in the more "fluid" works. It's interesting that yours, and mine, evoke such strong emotions in the listener, but they are so far apart on the spectrum.
    At first, I didn't really listen that deeply to your work. But much like a truly good cup of coffee, there are so many complexities, and elements that go into it, that it takes time to fully learn and appreciate everything involved. I'm glad I kept coming back.

    Thanks for sharing, my friend.

    Take care.
    Aaron.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Aaron...always good to hear from you, especially when you come up with such an interesting and thoughtful observation. You have put some questions on the table to which the answers can't be simple or one sided......I wouldn't say that I'm much more at peace with myself than you, cause I probably as well tend to the other side as you do, although in opposite direction. We are momentarily on different sides of the circle or if you want the analogy of an egg. We are taking different directions, but one day we might meet at one exact point. I would like to produce more rhythm based track, it's just that I still don't feel enough comfortable with it. "When you create these pieces, do you let the music channel through you, or do you bend the ambiance to your desire? " I think that the first option is there more frequently with me than the second one, although they might intertwin at times and I think it's the same with the creativity and the state of mind. I think the relation can be observed both ways. About evoking emotions I think we're dealing with the force which has a very broad range, so the strong impact can be achieved from totally different positions as is the case with our music. We'll see what future brings...

    I can only express my gratitude and respect for your attention to detail in my music and ofcourse don't forget I have great admiration for yours!:)

    Peace & take care______Orlando

  12. LilEmolyte
    LilEmolyte on Tue 2nd Feb 2016 - 3 years ago

    Great background to any stressful work, calms me right down.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you very much...I'm glad it had positive effect on
    you...:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  13. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Fri 29th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yet another winner from you! I absolutely love this one, the sound was a bit more on the tense side but absolutely ace in execution and production. Great work Orlando :)

    Brado

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Good to hear from you, Brado!:)
    Thanks alot for taking a time to listen and comment....much appreciated!

    All the best____Orlando

  14. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Thu 28th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey whats up, how do you make those ambient pads man? do you reverse synths or reversed pluck delay sounds with huge reverb?

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Greg...good to hear from you!:) There's no reverse techniques here..I just experiment alot with synths to get those sounds out and I'm using quite alot of Fx (delays, reverbs, filters, etc.) Thanks alot for listening and your attention...much appreciated!

    Cheers_____Orlando

  15. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 27th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Made me think of ice crystals forming on a window on a frosty winter morning. The wind blows the light fluffy snow in every direction as you quickly scrape the ice off your car windows hoping your car starts in the frigid temps. I don't miss those days one bit but we did get frost the other day.

    I liked your last track as well, similar concept and just as interesting and can be interpreted many ways.

    Wayne

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Yes, I agree...it's a similar concept as the previous one
    with a bit more versatile palete of instruments and sounds.
    I really like your alternative imagination that the track evokes for you and it's absolutely true that it can be interpreted in many ways.

    Thank you so much for listening and for this friendly fedback...and the 'fav' ofcourse...means the world!:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando

  16. Paganini
    Paganini on Tue 26th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    link the painting ! :D

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Link is in the music...thanks for listening.:)

    Orlando

  17. MisterVibes
    MisterVibes on Tue 26th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Im digging the vibe alot! Good track:)

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks for listening and kind comment!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  18. Fl4zh
    Fl4zh on Mon 25th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Sounds dark and relaxing at the same time, might just be me.

    Really love the melody, hopefully you will make more of this.

    from karl.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    No, I don't think it's just you...I also feel that it mixes both moods. I'm very glad you liked it and I'm sure I will be making some more similar stuff here and there in the future. In fact I already did some similar stuff.
    If you like you can check out "In The Garden Of Secrets"
    which is actualy my previous upload, and there is also "Another Day After"(very dark), and mellower "The African Moon Lullaby". All of these tracks differ from one another, yet they undoubtedly have something in common.

    Anyways, thanks alor for listening and the kind feedback!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  19. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Sun 24th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    This is a lovely minimalist track. The sound evolves naturally and tells your story of the abandoned sanctuary very well. It gives the feeling of something frozen in time, mixed with memories of both joy and sadness. It's a beautiful first song of the day for me to listen to. Made me feel calm and pensive. So thank you :)

    TA

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Yes, "something frozen in time"...very intelligent observation and I'm glad you recognised all those mixed sentiments. So thanks alot for listening and for this
    lovely feedback!:)

    With much appreciation_____orlando

  20. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Sun 24th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Orlando, this is simply remarkable, breathtaking. This pieces hails the ambient days of Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, Robert Fripp and many more.. Hard to imagine that a minimalist instrumentation can paint such a big picture, and a lovely one I might add. A fabulous experience and inspiration this is. I thank you for sharing this with us, I will find my faved button and click away. 10/10

    Pete

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey Pete...always good to hear from you!:) Your words are more than generous my friend! Only mentioning all those senior gentlemen is a compliment above all! Im truly glad you liked this one and I have to say big thank you for your
    atention and friendly support...means the world!:)

    With much apprreciation_____Orlando

  21. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Sun 24th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey Orrie,
    I’m sorry mate it seems that I have missed this one some how.
    My place of sanctuary is listening to your music mate.
    I can see you still polling all ladies of LM ?????
    Fantastic track its really captivating.
    Very big well done to you mate.
    Jamid

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey matey...

    You couldn't really missed it, cause it's here not even 2 days..haha..
    Ladies?....sure...I have to keep being in form..:)^^
    Anyways, I'm so glad you liked and faved my new track...thank you so much dear friend!:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando

  22. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Sun 24th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Wow!!-- Very beautiful piece. Sounds like a mixture of some of Frank Zappa's solo keyboard projects with a touch of Beck. Will this be available for download someday? Thanks for the listen PDmzuak

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Oh, I'm so sorry my friend....downloads were disabled by mistake, thanks for telling me, now it's ok!

    Thanks alot for such a compliment...mentioning Zappa and
    Beck...just wow!:) Also thanks for the 'fav'...much appreciated!

    All the best____Orlando

  23. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Aptly titled...a place of safety...now abandoned to its quietness...a touch of meloncholy...peace....you paint the picture perfectly with your patient approach to composition that evolves along its way...and always a most enjoyable listen over here...well done (as always) Orlando...Ed

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey, my friend...always good to hear from you! As you see
    I'm exploring that kind of mood lately, although I have no rational explanation for it..as if there were unexplicable forces which drag me into certain phase of creating, yet the direction might change in the next hour...haha...
    Thank you so much for stopping by to listen and comment...and for all those encouraging words, but now we are changing the roles as I rush to hear your new thing...

    See you there_______Orlando

  24. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    good work man.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot....I'm glad you liked it!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  25. dontcallmeslapnuts
    dontcallmeslapnuts on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    it reminds me of walking through the old abandoned hospital on the game " The last of us". great sound with headphones!!

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    I like your imagination very much...It's right there with the music! Thanks alot!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  26. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Bonjour Orlando ....

    Just a few words, and if I may: It's Magic .... You ensure your subject with a certain musical conviction no doubt. A multitude of images unfold as in a kaleidoscope. And to conclude .... Great serenity here.

    Dan

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Bonjour Dan...

    So nice to read your exquiste words again my friend. Thank you so much for listening, for your comment and the 'fav'!

    With much appreciation______Orlando

  27. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Nice feel to this one. It feels like it is telling it's own story. Very beautiful man. Joe

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot Joe...I'm very glad you liked it!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  28. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hi.

    This is some classy stuff and you clearly specialise in drumless, mysterious minimalism. I have a lot of musical limitations and am a bit lost without a good solid groove, which is why I tend to use a lot of drums, whereas you often use none.

    I'd find using none quite difficult and have only ever done one proper drumless track (chillout with lots of strings but also guitar).

    Anyway, this is another hard one to review as it seems to just keep stretching itself on and on, without any obviously different sections. Lots of gliding notes and a constant air of mystery and intrigue. And melancholy calm.

    Seems about the right length so I don't suggest cutting it down, as I did with your last lengthy, drumless ambient piece.

    Good work.

    P.S. I've wondered for a while why you generally only write 2 or 3 line track reviews when you're clearly capable of saying a lot more ie as you do in your own track replies.

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Yeah, you're right....In most cases I'm a drumless guy, but that's already known fact. I don't know, but I think I need alot of freedom when making music so I often cut drums out of the picture, cause I don't want to be limited or predetermined by a certain rhytmic structure. Luckily the genres I usually work with are drumwise less demanding.

    As far as the length of comments are in questiion I can only say the time is my biggest enemy!

    Thanks alot for listening and your valuable comment!

    With appreciation______Orlando

  29. 8Kass8
    8Kass8 on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    i like it , smooth , nice track man :)

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you very much for listening and comment!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  30. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Very Nice sentiment. I could feel the emotions of sanctuary in your music. Nice work my friend.
    Cru

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot for stopping by Steve to give this a listen!
    Also thabks for your kind comment!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  31. danke
    danke on Fri 22nd Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    Your progressivity is amazing...epic, 'big' tracks you create...this one is scary and freezing...got my brain to remember last year's losses...that is the mission of art...to create feeling in the listener...your tracks always tell a story...donwanna hype you but you are one of the best artist here (and there)...

    Warmest handshake, Danke

    Orlando51
    Reply by Orlando51

    Yeah, my friend...it has a freezy feel and I can smell the presence of cobwebs everywhere...might also evoke the feeling of loss as you say...Yet your words are so generous, my dear friend, that I hardly deserve them...
    I can only express my sincere gratitude for your continuous support and friendship! I'm glad you found some value in my new work and also many thanks for the 'fav' and 'dl'...!:)

    With maximum appreciation_______Orlando

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