Instruments: Synths, Percussion
Feel: Driving, Grooving, Relaxed
Sort of a cooler, driving piece. Lots of space in this piece to make it your own. I don't mean "make it your own" in that sort of way you do where you mark all the pancakes on your plate with your signature so you can tell if someone switched out your pancakes while you weren't looking. Honestly that's pretty weird.Who could possibly want to switch out your pancakes? I mean - who thinks like that? Sure, everyone NOW wants to screw with your pancakes, but before you started all of this - it wouldn't have crossed one person's mind! NOT ONE!
|Shadowlands 7 - Codex
"Shadowlands 7 - Codex"
Instruments: Basses, Cellos, Violins, Violas, Percussion
Feel: Eerie, Intense, Unnerving
Part seven of seven. A real mind bender. This one is all acoustic, and no artificial synths, so it has an organic feel. Not Certified Organic, just normal organic. So, that means it looks better, requires less fertilizer, has fewer pests and a higher yield.
Instruments: Cellos, Basses, Violas, Violins, Choir, Flutes, Clarinets
Feel: Relaxed, Bright, Calming
A different kind of relaxing piece with long but detailed harmonic complexity. I personally have a hard time with the drone-type of relaxing music. It doesn't work for me. This one gives your mind something to think about... very very slowly.
Instruments: Cello, Violin, Synths
Feel: Mystical, Dark, Mysterious
Remember that time you were lost in the woods and you were visited by the clan of centaurs, and they were super suspicious of you, but decided to take you back to their settlement anyway? It never happened! That was a screen memory! There are no centaurs, and they wouldn't live in forest settlements! That was an alien abduction. The aliens planted the memory of the forest centaurs so your brain wouldn't implode with the knowledge of trans-dimensional beings... such as themselves. And... unrelated, but... what comes to mind when you think about the smell of wet cardboard and Sriracha?
Instruments: Shakuhachi, Koto, Bansuri, Percussion, Synths
Feel: Mystical, Eerie, Epic
So, you got an action movie set in India with an awesome badass antihero who just kills people with her mind. Boy, have I got the music for your introductory scene! Serious badassery going down here. This piece is sharp and crisp and just cool.
Instruments: Synths, Percussion
Feel: Dark, Grooving, Intense, Somber
The title refers to a state of mind more than a physical thing. That sort of feeling you get when there are choices to be made... none of them very good ones.
|Peace of Mind
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Ambiment Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Instruments: Synths, Bells, Percussion
Feel: Dark, Mystical
Interesting collection of consonant and dissonant sounds across the spectrum of sound.
|Classic Horror 3
"Classic Horror 3"
Feel: Dark, Intense, Mysterious, Unnerving
Alternate tuning is very apparent here, Deep voicing lends a very ominous quality. Sounds more like the mind of someone who is breaking.
Instruments: Piano, Orchestra
Feel: Somber, Uplifting
After everything is said and done and you have time to look back, this piece unfolds like one's mind coming to terms with situations of gravity.