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The picture to build whilst you listen to this piece of music is a picture of traveling on the sunny side of the atmosphere, i.e. in space. The original idea for this theme is a journey to Jupiter but I suppose anywhere in the solar system would be fine, apart from a journey to the sun.

Let me know what you think and if you think that this would be suitable for a film of this type.
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Uploaded: May 22, 2008 - 01:26:37 PM
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said 3495 days ago (May 22nd, 2008)
Yes I could defintely hear this music playing in a space type film I love the build up. Sounds great . I can just imagine my space craft just flying through the universe and everything else slowing down. Love this one also.

Peace Dee x
Reinholt56 said 3495 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
Hi Dee...
Spacecraft flying through the universe. That's the ticket.

Your thoughts about what this piece evokes are on the same lines as mine. Spacey, distance, travel.

I'm dead chuffed that you like this long, drawn out mix.

Take care.

Spaceman R.
kassia said 3495 days ago (May 22nd, 2008)
In my head
You know, in my head as I listened to this I kept seeing some cool sort of modern dance routine. The bass line and steady beat seem like perfect accompaniment. I wish that the overlying synth stuff was a little louder during the beginning. Definitely a spacey feel to this. Maybe change up the bass rhythm a little - it got a bit repetitive. Some cool sounds you got going here - it would make a nice sound bed for a spacey killer electric guitar or electric violin or something. Thanks Paul for sharing this!
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Reinholt56 said 3495 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
Hi Kassia.....
You have some cooooool ideas about where this piece could go. I will be working on some of them over the next few days. I will probably finish up redoing the piece again as I can't remember at the moment if the files I used were on my drive that went to Drive Heaven a few weeks ago and lost me 64 Gb of my music files, etc. or are somewhere on my other drives.

We'll see what comes out over the coming days.

Thanks for your valuable suggestions and kind comments.

Take care.

thetiler said 3495 days ago (May 22nd, 2008)
I can see some old loney space ship cruising along. Hope he or she has some friend around. Cause it could get mighty lonely.
Nice sounds!

Thanks for sharing
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Reinholt56 said 3494 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
Yeah it could be lonely with only virtual friends. With out imaginations we could pretty much pack anything or anybody we want to go along with us.

Take care.

said 3495 days ago (May 22nd, 2008)
for a battered old space tug, slowly moving threw the Astro belt heading for one of Jupiter's Moons to pick up mine tailings from mans invasion, Ok not what you had in mind but shiny space ships are a bore LOL very nice track..much enjoyed...
Reinholt56 said 3494 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
This sort of music allows for anyones imagination to fill in the blanks and space tugs are fine. I know where you're coming from and agree.

Thanks for listening.

Take care.

magnatone said 3495 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
Travels #5
Your recent uploads have all been SO cool, and this one is no exception! Cool spacey ride - and YES, it'd be amazing in some kind of space film. I'm always so impressed by your music!
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Reinholt56 said 3494 days ago (May 23rd, 2008)
Hi Karen....
Thanks for the great feedback. I think that this mix was crying out for a spacey film or cartoon. Sometimes pieces build their own picture without the composer having to do much at all except go along for the ride.

Take care.

LunaTrick said 3494 days ago (May 24th, 2008)
As always...
you produce something stimulating. A departure from your recent serial work - but a nice diversion. A looming sun-spot on the tarpaulin of time!
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Reinholt56 said 3494 days ago (May 24th, 2008)
Hi Daniel.....
I try to be different in one way or another. The serial mode is still around with me but it wants too much time at the moment for me to dedicate myself to it. I will return to it as and when I remember.

This piece is more like some of my other multi instrument pieces but I tried to make the synths stand out from each other. I think that I was partially successful. There will be more of this type of mix as the weeks progress.

I liked your description at the end of your comment. It's something very similar to what I would have said.

Take care.

paul f. page said 3492 days ago (May 25th, 2008)
To answer ...
...your question: This would DEFINITELY provide a perfect backdrop to an extraterrestrial landscape. Like all of your work, Paul, it is so beautifully and meticulously crafted with all sorts of subtle visual suggestions. I've said it before: where are the film makers? I have no doubt you'd provide amazing music for a space film...or any other film with some suspense. You are amazing.
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Reinholt56 said 3492 days ago (May 26th, 2008)
Hi Paul......
I think that one reason I produce this type of sound scape is that my favorite film type is Science Fiction. I can't watch enough of these films. I was a fan of the literature way before they started producing the films.

I also used to watch Doctor Who, from it's very beginning, and the BBC's Stereophonics Workshop produced the music for this, along with the effects, and the atmosphere produced for this long time production has sort of stuck.

I also have to admit that I find this genre sort of easy to get into. The hard part is making them sound different enough to call them separate names rather than tune #1, tune #2, etc..

Thanks for your kind and encouraging words Paul. They keep me on the right side of disappointment.

Take care.

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