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Prognostic Studio

By xavoneir on April 22, 2018 9:57 pm

"The whispers from the other side of the door fade out into nothings after a short wait. Boldly, you decide to open the door and enter the next room. You observe your surroundings; no one appears to be in the room with you. The room is a small studio. Everything is the same shade of white, the only thing allowing you to determine where objects begin and end is the shadows they leave behind them. Soft, grey light pours in from a wall made of glass. Outside, you can see a large balcony several stories below you, as well as a wonderful view of endless beaches of ash against an even more perpetual dull blue sea. You sigh in relief and slump down into a nearby chair."

This week's submission is supposed to be a bit of a pleasant surprise for our protagonist, as they prepare for turmoil in their midst and rush in, finding no such thing. It's a bit of a break from the stress in the story line, and I hope the music reflects that. This isn't quite the 'thought-out and inspired' thing I planned on going for, as I felt that I just needed something relaxing, simple, and pleasant. Short, sweet, and to-the-point, you know?

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April 23, 2018 7:24 am

Some well-deserved respite, dispensed with grace by those who know.

April 26, 2018 6:49 pm

I love the gentile feel of it.

April 27, 2018 12:16 am
gpsychosis wrote:

Some well-deserved respite, dispensed with grace by those who know.

Indeed. I'm hoping that next week's track retains this sort of tranquility and contorts it into something far less comprehensible.

Devieus wrote:

I love the gentile feel of it.

Thanks!

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