Tags : | Chill Out | 5.00 MB

Description : A synth string sort of classical backdrop with electric solid body guitar supplying the lead - If you've ever seen a stretch of water after a storm, the serene stillness is the inspiration to this track.

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  1. ChaseManhattan
    ChaseManhattan on Sun 4th Apr 2010 - 9 years ago

    well all i have to say is this is very emotional and very well thought out. i like the uplifting, yet pain felt emotions spraying from the guitar. nice nice nice. really awesome

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks ChaseManhattan for the listen and review. This one was back in April but I musta have missed it somehow.

  2. victormusic01x
    victormusic01x on Wed 8th Jul 2009 - 10 years ago

    to say this was a beautiful track, would not be enough to do it justice man, this was a surreal vibe from start to finish...I like it just the way it is, but also could hear it go in many different directions too!...thanks for posting this unique and ethereal work!! really enjoyed it

    victormusic01x....in the nyC...chilling to great vibesz...


    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for listening and reviewing this track. I will be checking out your tracks soon.

  3. JensTonic
    JensTonic on Thu 12th Mar 2009 - 10 years ago

    well i think this song really sets the tone for a happy ending in a movie...or a the part where a lot of self realization happens..like i should'be but i didn't type of thing. personally i don't think you should change it. I would label it cinematic...but what the hell do i know... how do you get that awesome stereo seperation with your guitar. it almost sounds like you got two tracks and one pokes out here and there on the other channel. it's like chorus but more subtle and unique... any way great job.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for listening and reviewing. the effect on the guitar is a delay called "ping-pong" and switches left to right. I shut the time down very small otherwise it continues pinging (or ponging !) into the next notes so you end up with harmonic clashes. the effect I used was a VST plug in but there are better ones out there. thanks again...

  4. theonetruebrew
    theonetruebrew on Thu 12th Mar 2009 - 10 years ago

    man im all over this track, its real real nice. soothing like crazy, but even soothing tracks need to find a way to change up and stay interesting, so that being said this is missing that pusher, that keeps me listening to the very end. i couldnt help you with what tho. this is a tricky track.


    spilt beer(s)

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for listening and reviewing. You have a good point about missing the pusher.. I thought about adding a little piano towards the last 3rd of the track. that might just be what it needs. thanks again.

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