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Very catchy, I can easily see this track in a best football "something" youtube compilation. First 25 seconds of the track sound a bit clippy but nice work for the rest!

X3LL3N responds:

Thanks a lot, I appreciate that ! :)
Comments mean a lot to me to be honest

By the way, gg for being in the Popular audios as well

Damn, love the atmosphere you create with this track. Sick beats throughout, the bass is on point and feeds the ears with goodness, especially in the second half of the track. Mooi gedaan man!

Stunning and beautiful. Listening to this puts my heart at ease.

FleroviumWubz responds:

Ayy, exactly what I want to archieve with my music <3
Thanks a lot for your comment, KrisKrosNL!

~ Flerovium

Very chill beats, I like it man! The ending gave a bit of a Asian forest vibe, which is cool, seeing how Zelda was made by a Japanese company.

Aydin-Jewelz123 responds:

Wow! Hadn't even really thought about that. At the time I was just going through my favourite instruments and that one just fit. Thanks for listening :)

Niiiiice, simply delicious beat.

AvizuraNG responds:

Thanks man! I've spent a week on that beat xD

The melodies you used here are great. The lead starting at 0:29 could've been just a little bit softer IMO, like a few %, nothing too big.

1:22 drop is undoubtedly the highlight of the track.

But the track is incredibly melodic and emotional, I can feel it through my headphones. I don't understand why your tracks are scored that low.

4.5/5, eager to hear what you'll be making in the future

FleroviumWubz responds:

Hey KrisKrosNL,

thanks for your review, it means a lot to me!

Best Regards,

Lovely atmosphere, big fan of the piano segments. Wonder what it'll sound like with vocals!

Brilliant song Geoplex.

I haven't heard your work for a while now (and not using this site anymore, too). But this is some great stuff right here. Everything sounds top notch. I can recognize the Au5 feel in the middle of the song along with Fractal bass drops (I don't listen to Seven Lions so no clue on that). Pretty sure I'll be sharing this to my friends too.

10/10 rat-....oh wait, I mean 5/5 stars. Keep this stuff up. Ye shuld git hug3.

Geoplex responds:

Hey man, long time no see :P I appreciate the review and feedback - and I would recommend seven lions haha. Thanks again :D

Wow, an amazing piece you've made. I keep perceiving it as a lonely, depressing song with a few happy cliffs along the way, but that's just how I perceive it. In technical aspects, the mix is bloody clean, everything sounds amazing. There's not much to say but a great song that could tell various kinds of stories depending on your mindset.

Totally 5/5d

- CrS -

MaestroRage responds:

You've perceived all the right vibes. The main character is one who is lonely, isolated and as such often caught in waves of loneliness. However he's also constantly cheery and overall a solid person to be around. So waves of happiness exist also.

Thank you for your review, i'm glad you enjoyed it!


Yay, my internet isn't being gay atm so I can listen & review the final version.

I'd like to say that this is one of your best works yet. The quality is awfully pro-style, the composition throughout the song is splendid (it tells a series of stories). The instruments are all panned accordingly. No repetition. Just an excellent piece. Damn, I need to get some good headphones to enjoy this more. I have nothing technical to provide since I already did that via PM. :c

Here's my impression on the song as a whole:

The first 1:30 minutes reminds me of a tribe game where a tribe builds pyramids while you have to take out gems in a gem box. 1:42 onwards reminds me of a medieval setting, I can't remember what it was but it feels nostalgic. Around 2:50, it reminds me of industrial England with Scottish people working in the coal mines (lol why am I thinking of this) and then an old British band playing for a crowd outside. After the 4:00 minute mark, it reminds me of the Aztecs being invaded by the Spaniards (I don't know why).

So then you have this awesome climax that starts at 4:35. For some reason, it reminds me of the Spaniards defeating the Native Americans.

And then you have the empty quietness of death...


Yeah, that sums up what was going through my mind. I'm sure you'll do great in Bosa's contest. Good luck!

As for the score, 5 stars out of 5 and thus a vote of 5/5 and favorited. Yay for you!

- Chrausner -

SkyeWint responds:

Oh my gosh you think this is perfect? Yessssssssssssssssssssss!

I hope you noticed that I fixed two of the things you had mentioned - the sound of the anvil is lowered, so there shouldn't be as high and shrill of frequencies at around 3:18. Also, in the part at 4:35-4:52, the flute was lowered in volume so it wouldn't be as invasive.

Those impressions of yours are really nice, thanks a lot for sharing! I found your thoughts on the last ambient section to be the most interesting. It's almost a creepy way of interpreting it, though it also makes it sound as if death is a soothing and calming thing.

"I'm sure you'll do great in Bosa's contest."
I REALLY hope so! ^_^ Thank you so much for the review!

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