November 20th, 2010

Leq singing in Greenlandic(similar to the Inuit languages of Canada).The words(her own)refer to the beautiful light of the full-moon and how it shines in the others face.NT4-BMA2-R09HR.


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    korrance 3 weeks, 2 days ago

    https://soundcloud.com/apt-5/lots-of-stars-apt an ableton project I will name it to "the beautiful light of the full-moon and how it shines in the others face" Thank you for the recording so much fun making this and to hear how others used it too :)

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    Anhidema 6 months, 1 week ago


    Used it in one of my production songs called Babylonia . It perfectly matched to this kind of a production and i would like to record you as well for my further productions of Anhidema
    Respect to mystery voice :)


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    andiji 8 months ago

    Very beautiful. Thank you very much. I'm using it as a distant element in an ambient remix of a choral composition called the Inuit Snow Song. Respect to you and Leq.

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    wineska 1 year, 3 months ago

    Again thank you for the sounds!

    Here the link with the trailer! THANKS!!
    Feel free to share!
    Also wanted to share with you and the community the link for my project. I'm a Writer/Director and I'm working right now on a Web Series titled "The Summoned". Please visit the link bellow and share! I'll be using sound from the community, and I'll be giving exposure and credits to all. Please support us too!
    Also Follow us on Instagram: @thesummonedpilot
    And Please subscribe to my channel:
    I'll keep uploading videos and clips!
    Again Thank you for the great job and for sharing the sounds with the community!
    Blessings always!
    Wineska Cintron
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    The Summoned Series

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    Insc 1 year, 4 months ago

    Thanks for the acapella. I've used it in my track - https://soundcloud.com/quantum-universe/mountains-of-agoria

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