'Outbound'

'Outbound'

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Thank you for listening, sharing your comments and suggestions. I've re-arranged some of the parts and made my composition last for longer.
Nadia
Please also listen to my collaboration with Michael Karns @JamKar:
http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/32956



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I like the sad feel to the opening theme. Being 'outbound' carries some sadness as well as some excitement (around :45). Pretty song overall, Nadia. Smile

Klaus's picture

This is beautiful. And lonely and there's some struggle there too. It sounds like a boat on an ocean, has that open space and traveling feeling. Clearly there is a chorus but you don't repeat it, the structure is more like an improvisation. Very nicely done.

airbagtester's picture

I like the brassy sound of the synth, kind of a regal sound like trumpets and french horns at a royal ceremony or something. Sounds very sacred in a solemn and serious way. Like setting off on a journey. I like how the first part leads into the descending pattern. IMO there's a tension built up to it that by the end I almost expect it to go into another theme or instrument maybe... or maybe even just a giant gong or tribal drum Biggrin I guess I can't decide if I'm heading into battle or setting out to sea...

coreystewart's picture

It sounds like a very moody introduction to a much bigger piece especially with the unresolved chord at the end of it. This would sound even more beautiful arranged for orchestra with the main instrument being a French Horn (definitely agree with @airbagtester on that one) Smile

AprilM's picture

This is very moody. Will be back for another listen...I always love to collaborate with you! Just very busy at the moment...

JamKar's picture

Highly atmospheric. I am feeling a tug to write lyrics. I will do my best Nadia.