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Freyja Grimaude-Valens

A New Day Comes

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Sometimes, you just gotta take every day as it comes. Every single sunrise heralding a new beginning of what could be, the morning waves washing away the anxieties of the past, as you enjoy the moment of just being, renewed and determined.

Καινουργια Ήμερα!
 

 

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On 7/7/2020 at 6:28 AM, Freyja Grimaude-Valens said:

Sometimes, you just gotta take every day as it comes

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Well done!

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I do agree with Mark though, you could shorten it up a bit...

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I liked the mix, pretty controlled. Good job on the sparkly upper stuff. I liked the more ambitious chord changes starting around 1:14, great energy and movement, but then it all settles down again into more sustained chords. for me that makes it fall off a bit . . . but then again, I kept wanting some high energy drums to kick in, and that isn't your goal at all!

So I think your piece is great, but it's a bit of a neutral palette perhaps, onto which the listener can project quite a bit of their own stuff. And that makes it a great ambient piece!

 

cheers,

-Tom

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Freya
Very new age ambient if that's what it's still called.
I like the undulating percussive element in the background which holds things together.
I thought it could use an instrument like a flute to come forward and do a solo for a while.
Nicely done!

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I liked it...   it's ambient/new age-y, yet still has forward movement throughout.   The way you brought subtle textures and lines in and out was effective.

 

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New age music is so relaxing. This was no exception. Well done low key bpm reducing mix which is a good thing! I liked the way you faded the parts in and out of each other. Sounds selections were well chosen. Thumbs up!

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