Rana wrote on 8/31/2009, 12:27 PM

This track is dedicated to famine struck children of the world with the theme of Waste not Want not. Cover acknowledgments - Kevin Carter. Next time when we leave food in our plate may be we will recall this track.

The composition is based upon minimalism, only 4 tracks i.e. Bass, drums and sytrus synth (for a little flavour) done by me, flute samples are from my wave archives (can't remember now from which site I got these downloaded). Drum Rhythms are based upon altered Latin Beats.

Track Information:
Progression Key - E Major.
Time Signature - 4 / 4
Beat Per Minute - 80
Duration - 4 minutes 18 seconds approx.
Measures - 86
Sample Rate - 48000 24 Kbit
Upload medium - mp3 320 Kbps

Instruments, VSTi, Synthesizer, Sequencer, Soundfonts.4 front Bass Module, Sytrus (Light Speed), Midi standard Drum kits, Arabic Flute samples.

FX Used.
Delay, Reverb, Sound Goodlizer, Multiband compressor, Limiter.

Multi software.


Guitorb wrote on 8/31/2009, 1:08 PM
 The message is a good one,don't be greedy,right? My mother always reminded me that this is why I should not waste food. Since then I have learned that the ruling parties in some the most effected countries are to blame also. Instead of persuing the interests of all of their citizens,they often fall for a sales pitch from one of our corporate financial hit men. I hope you don't mind my including this enlightening video link.

Former user wrote on 8/31/2009, 1:48 PM
Klasse sound, I like this music.

Well done.
ecker wrote on 8/31/2009, 2:39 PM
ich bin kein Musiker, aber das stück ist gut
Frantzi wrote on 8/31/2009, 4:32 PM
A very strong but fine piece of music over a very hard theme...
Guitorbs comment is not to surpass...
smartsmurf wrote on 8/31/2009, 5:01 PM
Strong theme for your track...
Permaris wrote on 8/31/2009, 5:48 PM

This piece of music is very expressive and brings exactly that about that, what the text describes in addition to this.

The bass with easy slapkik is well recorded. The wood flute is brilliantly authentically played.

Very good quality. A quality which I understand to estimate.

Furthermore good success for you

ArtistW wrote on 8/31/2009, 6:49 PM
The other day I heard a sentence on the BBC that goes as follows:
"Africa is not poor it is poorly managed".
I know your piece is not restricted to Africa but the sentence discribes one of the deeper lying problems of what you are touching with your music. And yes I think a regular mirror/reminder of how poorly the world can be run is good.

P.S. I thank Guitorb for his link (see below) to a most interesting YouTube video.
If it is true what the man (John Perkins) is saying in that film things are even worse than I already suspected. I hope with Obama in power things will improve.
BUXE wrote on 9/1/2009, 12:53 AM
very good track
jorual wrote on 9/1/2009, 1:40 AM
Well done

Regards Jorual
ThaiArne wrote on 9/1/2009, 3:22 AM
Nice and sad music to shocking cover...!!!

interesting video, too... just confirms my belief...
Former user wrote on 9/1/2009, 7:13 AM
Former user wrote on 9/1/2009, 8:49 AM
hello rana,
meetjoeblack4u wrote on 9/1/2009, 10:41 AM
Quite a heart felt i must say....
Former user wrote on 9/1/2009, 11:43 AM
I´ll hope, much people after my visit here would hear your theme .

Former user wrote on 9/1/2009, 1:00 PM
ja es ist sehr Schade das es noch so viele Kinder auf der Welt gibt die Hungern müssen. Du bringst das mit deinem Song gut rüber. 

mfg Conny
Former user wrote on 9/1/2009, 1:57 PM
It's very sad to see how we treat our envirenment. We pray for a better world.

I like the flute. It seems very sad but also very good. Is it an arabic flute? Did you play it? You made a good track. Well done, Rana!

docKlaus wrote on 9/2/2009, 12:14 AM

hi Rana,

...minimal but optimal...

Michel-Solo-Band wrote on 9/2/2009, 2:39 PM
very very good.

Peace for the children.
ladydreamfire wrote on 9/3/2009, 9:42 AM
very nice to chill
Former user wrote on 9/4/2009, 10:47 PM
depressing subject - amazing conversion! leaves me back with the question: where is your god???
Sect.23 wrote on 9/5/2009, 6:27 PM
Im becoming a Rana fan....
Everything I hear from you is both very interesting and extremely professional...
I like the slight "out of tune" flutes in some areas, and the cool intro of electronic sounds at about 1:59 captured the attention..
Teiwaz wrote on 9/12/2009, 3:55 AM
Former user wrote on 9/13/2009, 7:05 AM
Super Musik...sauber umgesetzt...das Cover past auch wunderbar...stark , gefällt mir mehr als gut.......LG.P.SB
Deneu wrote on 12/20/2009, 3:40 AM
 like music and what it represents.