Traveler CS - Threshold
In such an effortless and beautiful manner, the North Carolina based composer and producer Traveler CS (Cameron Fitzpatrick) combines elements of neo-classical instrumentation with relaxed, ambient soundscapes. The result is an awe-inspiring piece that so quickly transports the listener to an otherworldly place.
His latest single, “Threshold” opens with a delicate and well balanced piano melody. As the song progresses, we experience a subtle change in which an organic and texturized rhythm is introduced. All the meanwhile, an orchestral section floats underneath the piano melody and together they create a strikingly gorgeous atmosphere.
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