Magnetic Sol

Guitorb wrote on 7/28/2010, 8:58 PM
Title: Magnetic Sol
Artists: Guitorb
Album: Collage

 THIS IS AMBIENT. I've heard a lot of rock,chill out,disco,etc posted here on the com as ambient. Let us be clear,you should not be able to dance to an ambient track,for it would surely lack a steady beat. That quality alone would disqualify most of the so-called ambient tracks here on the com. Ambient is gaining much popularity here in the United States as an alternative to rock and beat-based music. Let's not confuse our listeners.



Rana wrote on 7/28/2010, 10:34 PM
Very interesting interpretation of the thought, you know Ted as God says that he has created signs for us but we don't think about them, for instance, we can't see the light, we don't smell the air, we fail to comprehend why gravity is there and so much more is there for us to learn but we just take these things for granted. The phenomenon indeed has reasons and effect onto the system and on individuals as well..

Now from your interplanetary travler's perspective, I guess he would only say that its a crazy planet full of some billions of crazy life forms  with the most funny one being called the humans.

Great done...
Beamish-Spartano wrote on 7/29/2010, 12:38 AM
Klasse Idee das Rauschen des Radios ist zu Hören, und wer weiß, vielleicht hören Grade Jetzt ein paar Ausserirdische deine Musik!
Herzlichen Gruß Spartano!

Hallo Musikfreunde,  jeder hat mal Probleme mit das Abmischen seine Musik der eine weniger als der Andere, ich Biete euch an für ein Kleine Betrag, das Abmischen eure Musik zu Übernehmen, bei Interesse bitte Hier oder in mein Solo Profil Anmelden, Alles andere werde ich euch bei Interesse Informieren, herzlichen Gruß Spartano!  

skiron wrote on 7/29/2010, 1:16 AM
A little audio-drama.

I like the guitar-play, it's a very good entry to a nice melody. What a pity that you did'n offer us the complete story with thrilling +3 minutes.
Soundmacher wrote on 7/29/2010, 3:48 AM
Super gemacht 5*
Former user wrote on 7/29/2010, 5:47 AM
Very interesting thoughts You show here, somehow melancholic. 5*

Ted, don´t be so sure that an interstellar traveller can hear....:)

art bagua 
jorual wrote on 7/29/2010, 12:45 PM

Excellent interpretation interferences including

Regards Joaquin
Frantzi wrote on 7/29/2010, 4:56 PM
I hope this "interplanetary traveler" would look out for more interesting points of our galaxy...
Good idea, good clueing together, good cracklin with good interferences and last but NOT least good guitar...
Voyager_Music wrote on 7/30/2010, 10:55 AM
Very Interesting song, great ambience... well done.

5 *****

kind Regards

Psykone wrote on 7/30/2010, 2:17 PM
great idea and great assembly! the guitar gives the song a little western touch which i really like
Sandro_Glavina_Channel wrote on 7/30/2010, 4:18 PM
Another magnificent track!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ciao da sandro

Sandro Glavina is an italian composer, named L'Uomo e L'Ombra. The choice of the name derives from the title of the album "L'uomo e l'ombra" of the band "Abstract Music Nuova Esistenza", an experimental group founded by Sandro Glavina together with his friends in the mid-70s.

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


ArtistW wrote on 7/30/2010, 7:56 PM
Asking questions now about the sun and the univers (maybe the god particle too) or is it only about statics and how this will sound in the ears of other beings from far far away, love it.
Former user wrote on 7/31/2010, 2:05 AM
Hallo !

Wundervoll .....  !!    FAV   5** 

Gruss Patrick

Former user wrote on 7/31/2010, 6:23 AM
you know my idea about music .. than you know that I like this work.. continue search of new sonority and new kinds of music..
I embrace you with affection
Sect.23 wrote on 7/31/2010, 5:17 PM
WoW! Cool! only your golden Guitar and vox...very minimal, but genius!!! Guitorb needs no stinking beat! lol
Awesome tune fore a b-side!
Cheers brutha!
Kourse wrote on 8/1/2010, 4:22 AM
very impressive. great idea. i also like your unusal source of insperation. 5*
wm66 wrote on 8/1/2010, 10:39 AM
Great job ted...
thats the real sound from "Spacenight"
vlad wrote on 8/1/2010, 8:21 PM
Great Track!

Best wishes
TommyG wrote on 8/2/2010, 10:20 PM
Thanks for this.

What a guitar! First I thought of what we call in German "Italowestern". But in combination with those radio voices and noises the music gets another meaning.

I didn´t know, that white noise and interferences have got this outer space-dimension. But now I know, why you are fascinated by them or better: I think that I know.

beabea wrote on 8/9/2010, 3:27 PM

...oberwitziges teil...hawai-gitarre mit italo-western-einschlägen und kosmische interferenzen... ;-) ich liebe deine ideen...und deine fantasie...!!!

smartsmurf wrote on 8/13/2010, 7:51 AM

Great Intro... I'm looking forward to the B-Side...*


You're "Outside of Science" again...


Like the statics combined with theremin... real space feel to this one...



*'til then I gotta go with this...

vielstein wrote on 8/14/2010, 3:00 PM

Yes,maybe something like this a galactic traveller would hear if he would come near. A great idea and a great guitarsound.

Greetings ,


Former user wrote on 8/17/2010, 12:45 PM

absolutely love this track!!!!!!!!!!!

jupiter too makes some pretty cool sounds!

Former user wrote on 8/18/2010, 6:18 AM

 (something unusual for a Guitorb Song). 

Yes! It is true, but the theme chosen not require this musical element? And the guitar is still as magical.

SpriteBat wrote on 8/19/2010, 3:12 AM

Interesting music, it's quite entertaining. The guitar almost had an old-western sound, which I wish I could hear more often in music these days. Nicely done.