Ecstasy Of Freedom

Rana wrote on 9/19/2009, 8:22 AM
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Hi Friends,

Based upon the feedback some members have provided, perhaps the techical specs & theme explanation does not connect too well with the audience therefore just Enjoy The Music.

After 90 Clicks and good enough reviews, I would like to break the ice now.


The idea behind this track was to elaborate to some of the friends within community that Freedom is not all about what we feel like doing, there are always certain boundaries which must be kept into consideration - if we persist going our own way unfortunately it becomes very difficult for people around us to understand us which ultimately makes us a loner.

There has been a lot of criticism on the track, however, one may wonder that if it so bad on ears than how come it still enjoys 4 rating which means above 80% liking rate.

Technically there is nothing wrong with the present - it is done in F minor progression key and liberty which has been taken in this track is bass is from one genre, rhythm & lead from Jazz and drums /percussion from latin influence. Lot of ambient sound and sound effects have then been applied (The ambient sounds of birds, thunder storm & running water etc. reflecting the Freedom which nature has given to all us). The result is a shock when listened for the first time but if you go through it again, with each session you will start seeing the coordination between these different directions joining hands towards one.

An unmixed version of the track is available under my Album Revelation II should any friend desire to do a technical review.

Kind Regards & thanks for all your support
.

Comments

Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 8:38 AM
Very good work, div sounds, klasse!!!!!!
Teiwaz wrote on 9/19/2009, 8:50 AM

Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 9:49 AM
Hallo Rana,
excuse me, but in moment its very difficult for me  to understand your massage for me in this peculiar part of music.


LG Hans Josef
Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 9:55 AM
very strange but i like what is original
Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 11:12 AM
Freedom is beautyful!

The Song is nice! It has a special flair to me!

We should think about freedom more often!

Nice & Beautyful!

5*!
Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 11:46 AM
psicodelica  pero original
smartsmurf wrote on 9/19/2009, 12:59 PM
You're free to create your music like you want to...
KryptXIX wrote on 9/19/2009, 1:49 PM
Hi!

I like this track, its a crazy remix, good idea!


Greetings from austria

Jürgen
Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 4:07 PM
Hi Rana !
Michel-Solo-Band wrote on 9/19/2009, 4:54 PM
Very strong for me.How is the Genre.

Tyler
Former user wrote on 9/19/2009, 4:57 PM
 Sorry,
this is gibberish.
LEFTHANDER wrote on 9/20/2009, 2:44 AM
Hi Rana,

i don,t understand this Music.        ???
I think, 3 Tracks running abreast.

B.R. Detlef
Former user wrote on 9/20/2009, 5:05 AM
hi
also für mich klingt dein Song ein wenig durcheinander. Das gefällt mir diesmal nicht so wirklich gut. Aber du wirst dir dabei schon was gedacht haben. 

mfg Conny
TommyG wrote on 9/20/2009, 6:00 AM
Sounds, as if the tracks would run in different tempi. If I would say "sounds well", I would lie.

Sorry, but I think this was not a good idea. In my humble opinion.

Former user wrote on 9/20/2009, 6:00 AM
Hello !!
Very enjoyable !!
Bye Patrick
jorual wrote on 9/20/2009, 6:55 AM
Hi Rana

I can only say...I respect your decision because made this kind of music, maybe that many of us do not understand, but is your music.
I was able to hear some oriental and ambience sounds.

Regards Jorual


Former user wrote on 9/20/2009, 8:29 AM
hallo my dear,

I am quite honestly...for myself it sounds too messy and it no musical direction gives in the piece...you have anchored absolutely your thought in it...however, I can start with it nothing...excuse...

b.g.

Hartmut
Former user wrote on 9/20/2009, 9:00 AM
Oh well...I had to listen to it a feeeeew times. Starts confusing, but then it develops a kind of beauty, you really get into it after a while. Suddenly it all comes together, the bass line, the sound effects and the piano. I would like to call it a jazzy summer reflection (am i right?) or in two words: that´s music!!

Tom
Former user wrote on 9/20/2009, 12:48 PM
Zuerst habe ich gedacht , meine Internetverbindung wäre schlecht , war sie aber nicht ! Der Sound war so gewollt? Das absichtlich erzeugte Klangbild verwirrt mich sehr ! Sehr experimentell..aber könnte zu einen Film passen..! Weil es anderst ist gebe ich dir 5*...
Frantzi wrote on 9/20/2009, 5:24 PM
It´s hard to describe it in English...
For me the most sequences are not only "Offbeat"... they are not harmonic in the ground structure...
Ending - cut off...
I think, that it does not use much  to bring it into a "right" way (in my ears)...
I can not vote this time... I´m waiting for a remix...
sorry
Franz
Former user wrote on 9/21/2009, 2:28 AM
Also ,ehrlich gesagt ,find ich es auch ein wenig durcheinander.Du hattest schon bessere Tracks hochgeladen.
slovenstria wrote on 9/21/2009, 5:40 AM
Hi Rana, frankly spoken you have much better ones, this is to much mixed up and becomes no melodie in my ears, Its a nice trie for a jazz and this is in addition not really my music. If I had to vote, it comes to a 3, so its maybe better no voting to that song
Sandro_Glavina_Channel wrote on 9/21/2009, 7:31 PM
remake with a review for a better outcome. Ciaooo da sandro

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In the period 2009-2022, L'Uomo e L'Ombra has done 84 albums. The compositions of Sandro Glavina are partly influenced by progressive rock. Sandro has developed a personal style with many experimentations and actualizations. He offers music beyond borders by intertwining different styles in crossover with each other. Prog, psychedelia, classical, post-rock, jazz, pop are some of the influences that dissolve in ambient atmospheres, citations of contemporary music and minimalist nuances. Sandro Glavina aka L'Uomo e L'Ombra plays the music using VSTI synthesizers, keyboards and adds some loops. Sandro isn't a professional musician, composes and plays music just for fun, but his works reach a good outcome, pleasant to listen. L'UOMO E L'OMBRA

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