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    Movimenti all'Orizzonte #1

    Hello,
    if you liked the excerpt of this song published some time ago, you will enjoy this more complete version.

    Here is the direct link (mp3 192k):
    Movimenti all'Orizzonte
    .

    If you can't acess the direct link check the page: (((AF)))
    The song is the one at the top of the songs list.

    Ciao,
    Alessandro

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    Re: Movimenti all'Orizzonte #1

    Quote Originally Posted by (((AF)))
    Hello,
    if you liked the excerpt of this song published some time ago, you will enjoy this more complete version.

    Here is the direct link (mp3 192k):
    Movimenti all'Orizzonte
    .

    If you can't acess the direct link check the page: (((AF)))
    The song is the one at the top of the songs list.

    Ciao,
    Alessandro
    Alessandro,

    I enjoyed this very much. Again, it is very nice to hear GPO used in Progressive Electronica music. The GPO instruments, especially the strings and flute, blended very nicely with the electronic instruments. The balance between orchestral and electronic was perfect.

    Thanks again for posting this

    Gary Garritan

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    This is enough to take me away from anything stressful during the day. Love the mix of GPO in with the synth sounds. You achieved a very well rounded effect and balance. Very nice indeed.
    Styxx

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    Re: Movimenti all'Orizzonte #1

    Hey thank you all for your nice comments!
    I'm currently working on part 3; drafted some ideas to be developed.

    Have a nice week end,

    Ciao,
    Alessandro

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    Re: Movimenti all'Orizzonte #1

    Nice. I would bet that you are a fan of Schulze. Sequencing and way of transposing the sequences are under the influence of the master, but there is a personal touch that I like. Electronic mood and natural sounds are well blended. You should develop this and extend the piece. Again, congratulations.

    Louis

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    Re: Movimenti all'Orizzonte #1

    Quote Originally Posted by Ludovic
    I would bet that you are a fan of Schulze. Sequencing and way of transposing the sequences are under the influence of the master, but there is a personal touch that I like.
    Louis
    Louis, your one would be a winning bet, given Shulze is one of my favourites.
    I'm currently developing the song, that will probably total about 15 mins.

    Ciao,
    Alessandro

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