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Halcyon Abyss

By Judgement Act on March 22, 2020 4:46 am

The darkness feeds into the ego of the suffering soul, shattering its fragile existence and uttering naught but a quiet whimper as the tendrils of light fade away. Unto its godly gaze and forthright justice does the halcyon arbiter of truth force its righteousness into the glaive of destiny, not once halting its malignant march towards the end of time.


This piece is an exploration into how music, notably tonal melody, can interact with the listener's psyche in a way that triggers their psychosomatic transfer process. As I refer to it, the 'Halcyon Response'.


This piece should be absorbed using only the highest quality audiophonic equipment, as its subtleties will be lost on the plebian equipment of the average casual listener or music 'producer'.

This submission is licensed by author under CC0 Creative Commons Zero (Public Domain)

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March 23, 2020 12:49 am

Quite extraordinary. I listened to this piece on my solid gold yamaha DS88s (secret edition), and started phasing through my chair. Only a musician of sheer genius could have produced this work, bravo my dear.

March 23, 2020 12:57 am
hieme wrote:

Quite extraordinary. I listened to this piece on my solid gold yamaha DS88s (secret edition), and started phasing through my chair. Only a musician of sheer genius could have produced this work, bravo my dear.

So glad to see another enthusiast of fine musical experiences frequent this online environment. I tip my HiFiMAN Shangri-La headset to you old bean.

March 23, 2020 3:43 am

I was transported to another world with this piece, especially with the final five seconds of what other casual listeners would refer to as "silence."

March 23, 2020 9:56 am

this is exquisite. my old speakers burst into flame. time to upgrade to the real shit.

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