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Trying to imagine what sounds the slow chemistry is in a winter beehive to keep the bees alive. Softsynths used: Cronox, Cygnus and Arminator by Krakli, Feldspar.
So many sonic textures, and you've woven them into this wonderful aural fabric them envelopes me. I've listened at least three times and keep finding fresh nuance each time. Superb craftsmanship.
That was very relaxing. I can definitely see the mental picture you painted with the bees. I can also see an alternate picture with a space exploration scene or something. Very cool.
Wow, the simple fact of reading your liner notes while the intro was playing brought such a deep emotion -- and of course, listening to what followed was pure delight. I'm a sucker for songs that tell (and show) stories without words. This piece is indeed a sleeping beehive, with subliminal hums and tiny hearts beating slowly, imperceptibly. It's warm despite the cold all around, and it breathes. Wonderful.
I totally love how this captures that slow pace of keeping things moving but in a very chill instropective kind of way... the title is perfect. Love the different layers. Enjoyed my listen immensely!
I'm sitting in front of the speakers and luxuriating in the washes of sound coming from this. The low-end in particular is really doing the job. I'm getting an Edgar Froese feel from the long, held notes and the way the lines resolve and then unresolve into the next progression; it's unhurried and serene and very relaxing.
Some really great retro synth sounds in this one. All softsynths? They really do sound like old 70s analogue gear!
You’ve created a really rich cinematic style soundscape here. The beehive in winter premise is an interesting one too. Nice work 😀
Slow atmospheric build, I like the ambiance you've created with this tune. Hearing your inspiration about the beehive brings a new dimension to it that I enjoyed, too.