“Transit Realities” offers 10 tracks of sequencer-based melodic music dealing with journeys through both the real world and the virtual equivalent. Recorded in 1992 and 1993, the music ended up being shelved without being released, but fortunately was re-discovered by the Dutch composer in recent years and reworked in the digital domain.
Soundwise, the outcome carries strong flavours of TD’s music made in the first half of the ‘80’s next to several symphonic hints. In addition, there’s an uplifting, positive line running through Mr Splinters nicely executed music that I personally appreciate a lot and feel comfortable with. What I especially like about the good mood music music of “Transit Realities” is the authentic feel embedded in it, in which the various elements aptly complement each other.
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