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This Mourning


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CIPHER

 Genre: Ambient

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I lost my father some time ago and it's been raining ever since. This song reminds me to cry when I need to which is fairly often. I miss him every day.
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Hits: 1946
Comments: 5
Fans: 0
Plays: 89
Downloads: 108
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Aug 26, 2005 - 09:34:37 AM
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2005 - 08:32:00 AM Last Played: Sep 04, 2017 - 12:44:02 AM
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Comments
Thequalitykiller said 4469 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
good stuff
i really like how it sounds.
the musicianship is very good, the sound is original and i really like it.
there may be a few transitions you can work on but overall it is insanely good
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virtualruffy said 4466 days ago (August 30th, 2005)
good
I liked the way it started with a gloomy feel and sorrow sorrounding it. Later the piano kind of watered down is the impressions I have, reducing the intensity. I'm going to listen to it again and take another measure of it. I like it but It doesnt have as much pain (to me) as I know I feel on the subject. I lost my father in 2001 and it still tears me in half. Tool's Parabol & Parabola are completely intertwined with it to me and take on a completely different meaning to me than Maynard intended I'm sure.
So anyway I'm no9t sure if your intent was to lighten up at the end or not.
IMy advice to make it gloomy r painful would be to heavily emphasize ending notes drawing them out in dark reverberation. Perhaps also on the ending note of the paino chord to actually use a discordant note. And I would carry the ending out in a long hanging note. Just my thoughts.
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CIPHER said 4466 days ago (August 30th, 2005)
Mixed Emotions
Hey Ruffy,

Thanks for that. Sorry about your loss.

I have wriiten a lot of music and words since my Dad's
passing. Some of it comes out as pure grief whereas other
stuff is more balanced...more emotionally layered.

I find the piano in this sounds kind of mournful yet
hopeful. This track wasn't meant to be totally gloomy. As
much pain as his death has brought me, it can't quite kill
the intensity of my memories and the love I had for him.

I endure the grief rather than letting it overcome me. The
combination of the elements in this composition are a
bringing together of joy and pain which is my way of
healing.

I hope you reach a point where you merely bend instead
of being torn in half. Grab on to the love and let it keep
you afloat.

One last thing, and I mean this with all sincerity. I think
Tool's music is some of the most powerful and intense
ever created which is why I caution you against it.
Maynard and the boys embrace negative energy and
incorporate it into their music - lyrically, sonically and
scientifically. They deconstruct their music down to the
frequencies, tonal patterns and rhythms which are then
carefully reassembled to create a kind of musical hypnosis
that is so deep it can consume the listener.

That kind of power can be dangerous, especially for
people who have deep pains and hurts. Beware of the
insidious charm my friend.
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said 4417 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
I lost my
father at the age of five. Cherish your memories, man.
This is very downloadable.
Certain parts of the piano, I find very powerful. Certain parts, I think
could be more powerful.
Overall a very cool listen.
annalia said 4015 days ago (November 24th, 2006)
Nice!
nice, good beat, a bit repetative but the keys help on the mix.
Thank You for sharing.
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Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.

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