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SylvaindeMerode - Sequel to Eternity


Inspired by Robyn Miller, producer of the music from the famous video game "Riven".
Not really in the continuity of "Desert Sensation", Sequel to Eternity would put you in another far away dimension.
Of course, I can't do this without my violin and think about a breakz remix.

All comments are welcome.





reaman [be] - 13 years ago

will comment later but sounds great so far.

Varanof [be] - 13 years ago

Good work on congas, the drama is not unpleasant, but I personally preferred a more intimate.

BpOlar [be] - 13 years ago

a very very good soundtrack ... but I find the conga's too prominent ... and a bit 'cheap'

reaman [be] - 13 years ago

A thrilling chilly soundtrack but indeed, the congas are too upfront in the first part.
The violins create a cool tension.

Gogole [be] - 13 years ago

Nice, a voyage so far that i'm still flying..
Technically it's not perfect but you succeed to make me dream... Thumb up !

KidWhisky [be] - 13 years ago

nice sound ! i like that !!!

rf061992 [be] - 13 years ago

tadaaaaaaam....... cool

Djinn [be] - 13 years ago

very good soundtrack ! well construct and mixed.

yenneman [be] - 13 years ago

Very nice strings and flow. Good construction.

I like those little details: a distant voice, the singing of the crickets...this stuff adds a lot to the atmosphere. But indeed, as others have mentioned before, the congas are a bit too upfront. That's the only remark I can make, in fact. I really like the sounddesign.

SylvaindeMerode [be] - 13 years ago

Thx to all for your feedbacks, I will seriously consider a remake of the hand drums part.

transynth [be] - 13 years ago

Nice stereo work in this track, good playing with the panning it gives a finishing touch to your song.The conga's don't seem 'cheap' to me, good sound you put on i like it.Grtz

TomDark [be] - 13 years ago

Thanks for the compliments for my vocals.
I listened to this song and must admit I like it!

Grtz Tommy

Rabauw [be] - 13 years ago

well yeah the congas are obviously too loud, but that's been pointed out already.

Well I would basically make the same remark as in your triphop song, some sounds/instruments almost hurt my ears.
Cos the mastering is grand but you're really pushing it towards the maximum, I think some compression or a limiter on a few orchestrations wouldn't harm your endmix. Especially for the second half of the song.

For the larger part the track took me back to the Lord of the Rings-soundtrack, mainly the music for the scenes with the elves. However, inserting a few unconventional and surprising elements have given the track your personal signature.

The panning is good indeed, gives some depth to the song.

the composition is mature and interesting enough to make me listen to it twice.

I think sometimes you can replace the congas with distant snare rolls from reason, for variation's sake.

Apart from these remarks, good job and all respect for compiling the track, it's not an easy task. But that also means you can expect a lot of things that can be improved in the song ;)

reaman [be] - 13 years ago

very good moodsetting - I can imagine playing a game with this on the BG but not all orchestral hits fit very well in my opinion...

The last part with the violin is very cool. super track!