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Perseus and Medusa
by Narananda

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Released: Jan 25, 2017 | 11:08 AM
Category: Ambient
Application: Logic Pro/Studio
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 15.64 MB

Plays: 376
Downloads: 1
Weekly Plays: 2
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Wednesday

License: No derivative works allowed

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DonnaMarilyn Artist

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Wonderful soundscape that would be at home as a movie track.
I love the evocative introduction. Bird cries like this always convey a sense of loneliness and sinister foreboding. The music and its mood convey the story of the myth well, right up to the dramatic ending and the return of the birds.
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kvcc Listener

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It almost tells a story, you just fill in the blanks yourself! Each one has a different story.
Cool track!
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Paigan0 Artist

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DonnaMarilyn's description was pretty spot-on: bird cries evoking loneliness and foreboding and then we move into the liquid sounds of the dark underground (except literally, rather than using "dark underground" to mean punk or whatever.) So now I've just evoked Pluto or Hades instead of the proper mythology, Perseus and Medusa. So, the bird cries of course would be the birds around the flying horse Pegasus, and then the forebode must be as we walk through the statues of Medusa's former would-be killers. Then a head is chopped off and we fly away! (To go stone a Titan, but that's another song!)

Excellent song and vivid use of sound to paint a palette. Pardon me for my reading probably too deeply into your sound journey here. My, how two words of a title can carry a lot of thematic weight! Well done!
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Engine Artist

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You are very good at musical narratives; racking up tension, conveying high drama and tenderness.
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