Review: Emojonal – Silence of Water (Trance)

This review covers the trance track Emojonal – Silence of Water.

This track was released in 1992 as part of an EP.

The track starts with some traditional indigenous percussion’s. Some choir elements make an appearance. A voice sample then comes in. A piano element then joins in. The track then pulls back somewhat.

In the next section, the voice sample makes a return along with a small synth melody. After the voice sample ends, some synth effects come in. This effect ends and the track pulls back. All that’s left is a synth melody and some pads.

From there, the kick comes back again along with the voice sample. The voice sample then ends. After that, the synth effect makes a return. An additional effect then comes in. The track then pulls back somewhat as the voice sample makes a return.

After that, a part of the voice sample then starts to repeat as the high hat and snare comes in. When the voice sample ends, a new synth melody comes in. The track then breaks down, leaving a few effects.

At this point, the piano then makes a return. The track then pulls back, leaving a few effects and pads. The voice sample returns. When that ends, the track also ends.

One thing that works in this track is the overall flow (no pun intended). It pulls back and pushes things whenever it is advantageous to do so. As a result, there is a good variety of sound from beginning to end.

There is also a lot of variety in the sounds. The piano and various synth melodies and effects works very well. There is almost always something new coming into the track to keep things interesting.

While the theme is well realized, the track is also a very relaxed track. Unfortunately, I’m not sure it is all that memorable. It is nice to listen to while you have the opportunity, but people can easily get distracted by music that is better out there. So, it may not be the most memorable track out there.

Overall, this is a pretty good track. It has some nice buildup and variety. While it makes for a good track to chill out to, it’s not exactly the most memorable track I’ve heard. Good to listen to, though.


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