When I started this track, I envisioned snowflakes falling slowly to the ground in a tranquil winter landscape. As the music progressed, it evolved into something different. I consider this to be one of the best pieces of music I've ever composed.

There are several reasons why I find this track to be so special. First and foremost is the fact that I managed to make a song that varies greatly throughout its entire length without repeating itself needlessly, yet it still keeps its original motif from start to finish. Another thing I'm very happy about is how the transitions between different sections turned out. Everything was clear as day in my head as I progressed into new parts of the song, and things just "clicked" together.

One particular thing is very interesting about this song: It illustrates very efficiently that it's possible to use arpeggiators for ambience, not just for basslines and acid.