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December 27, 2007
A slow glide through an industrial wasteland
More soundtracks for weird scenes.
(6 comments total)
Hi there doc. You've got some nice elements in this here soundscape, for sure, and it is indeed cinematic. Speaking of which, I'm reminded a little of some of the music Wendy Carlos made for
. May I offer one bit of critique? I think you could stand to limit your ideas/sounds a bit, in order to give a piece like this more focus. I guess I'd prefer it as something a
more minimal: less notes, less events, but milking them more, you know what I mean? Anyway, though, it's very nice.
flapjax at midnite
on December 27, 2007
Love the reverberated hits/samples that resonate in the background. This is total mood music... I feel all weird now, so, well done.
on December 27, 2007
FJAM, I agree, particularly in the first half. I tend make stuff procedurally, where patterns are set up and the altered over time, so controlling that at any given instant can be problematic. I do want to create effective music in the end, though, so control is something I need to learn.
Thanks for the feed back :)
on December 28, 2007
It feels like I'm in the hull of a ship, listening to all the strange underwater noises coming in through the walls. (Not that I've actually been in the hull of a ship.)
on January 3, 2008
Interesting stuff. I like the "hull of a ship" image, I get a similar feeling. Part of me wishes that a simple, almost classical melody would emerge from these sounds.
on January 5, 2008
Oddly enough, my original idea for a description was something along the lines of "imagine yourself lying in the hull of a small boat as you float slowly through an industrial area that's being bombed", but I couldn't think of a nice, neat way to put it.
on January 11, 2008
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