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atmospheric soundscape cloudcore
Some lovely hollywood chords in this, just huge. Getting Sigur Ros vibes with the delicate mix of bambast and the ethereal. That guitar outro is really rather cool, gives time to reflect
I'd expect nothing less than such a beautiful soundscape when two of my favorite FAWMers are collaborating.
This is a bit strange but that spacious sound.... I felt it in my solar plexus region. I hope you guys aren't voodoo-ing me. I have my dolls ready in case you are. Overall
very very nice. Soothing.
So bright and spacious right from the start, but grounded by the assertive piano. Feels like flying and looking down on buildings and other artificial constructions.
And a very nice transition around the three-minute mark to something that feels more distant or constricted, with the guitar part at the end. Like we've gone from flying, to listening to a radio transmission from the air.
This was the perfect soundtrack for my daily bulletjournal session. So pleasantly floating and drifting... dreamy, but interesting.
Very pleasant. I like how the different instruments cycle in gradually and unpredictably
Ooh, so majestic and epic sounding!
I like the addition of the piano.
Provides some structure while still letting the piece move on its own.
If that makes any sense.
The distant guitar sounds as if it's being played on a mountaintop and is echoing around the valley.
What a great name for this song 😀 i feel like i am up in the clouds floating along with it as i listen. Nice piano work and I like the guitar you added at the end to give it a different flavor there. Good collab guys.
I'm lost in this, like my ears are floating away on a blanket of clouds. The perfect accompaniment to the picture...
Wow, that really took me on a nice journey. I love the guitar work at the end; spacey and almost haunting. Always a pleasure to hear what either of you are coming up with! Lovely collaboration!
Great atmosphere and voices in this one, wisps of clouds float along and the guitar in the middle goes with the flow.
It feels epic. Sounds like it could fit a timelapse video, I'm not sure a video of what, but I think it could fit many different subjects. Good stuff.
The change of movements from the dreamy synths to the cavernous reverby far away jangly guitar is beautiful.
One of the best winter clouds.
Once again the sounds here are mystical and I can't quite figure out what sort of instrument is making most of them, but I love the result. The change at 2:55 to a completely different soundscape calls to mind the hours I spent in the dark, listening to Radio Caroline fade in and out on an old transistor radio, long after I should have gone to sleep...