Love the ambience. Somewhere around 1:24 I was getting bored with the theme, and wanted a bit of change of pace, but then I eventually got the 1:40 reintroduction of voices, which helped keep it interesting.
I really liked the piano melody, which was a sort of aural doodle. I felt that after a few repetitions of the piano melody, you could have gone minor with the piano, and then returned to the original melody, just to shake things up. But it wasn't too repetitive, what you did with it.
Overall, it seemed less like an epic inner conflict and more like a conflict between some anxiety (the synths) and some gaeity (the piano), but which didn't matter too much in the long run. Perhaps this little conflict could have risen to a greater one, with a greater dissonance, angrier tones, and that would be a neat musical story.
Then, depending on whether your inner conflict gets resolved or not, it might have been cool to have some sort of compromise at the end, where the piano takes up a more serious note, and the synth gets a little more major sounding.
All in all, good work, good ideas.
I do see where your coming from and I like your ideas. thanks for the feedback.
I like the driving bea and syncopation, the melody and later harmonies are great. i'm also a sucker for a piano, so that's a nice touch.
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