37 posts tagged with synth and ambient.
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The Beckoning Light on the Marsh
Dungeon/fantasy/forest synth again. You shouldn't follow the light! [more inside]
Analog synth + vocoder
Semi-ambient modern synth pad instrumental with minimalist electronic bass, reversed electric guitar, and some pretty and deliberate vinyl crackle-ish soft static noise and a gentle mix of treated samples. Maybe sort of cinematic? [more inside]
Storm Clouds Of Jupiter - part 1
Abstract spacey synth doodle. [more inside]
These Few Hours (Original Soundtrack)
Instrumental piece I recorded for the Short, "These Few Hours".
Soundtrack I Recorded for the Short "Inhumane"
I recently recorded this soundtrack for the short "Inhumane". I have linked the video below if watching the finished product is more your speed. let me know what you think.
A Natural Carpet
A psuedo-guitar-like ambient song performed on modular synthesizer. This is the third track on my new release Nereus, available on Bandcamp. [more inside]
Cymbal Drone in G Major
Digging back into some old ambient/noise/drone ideas. Synth, guitar, and bowed cymbal. [more inside]
The Fall Season
I wrote this on a train going into the city. [more inside]
Took to it Like Water
The bones of this song were a proposal for a corporate jingle I was writing... [more inside]
Resistor - Peace on Earth
Have a merry Synthmas with this peaceful electronic soundscape from the Men's Snarehouse. [more inside]
I bought a cheap casiotone keyboard. I have to figure out how to learn to play it, but in the meantime... drone!
public 0.6 (US Grant)
Audio synthesis performed in US Grant park. [more inside]
public 0.4 (da vinci)
5:30 in the morning at the park by Da Vinci middle school, me and my sampling synth and some birds under a roof [more inside]
An ambient piece, performed in the fountain at Oregon Park in Portland, OR [more inside]
Atriplex - Order 240
Some more space music, a little majestic and melodic this time. [more inside]
Atriplex - ISS
A little space music, with random satellite transmissions.
I'm back from South America for a little bit, so I have an urge to play with my electronic toys. [more inside]
Patterns playing across each other. Introspection sliding into dreamy psychosis, never quite waking.
L5 crash and burn [more inside]
A slow drift through a procedural forrest.
Merrily we roll along [more inside]
Adrift in the ocean slowly sinking
Another soundtrack for a weird dream. [more inside]
Dreaming on a Train
Riding at night with your eyes closed. [more inside]
A slow glide through an industrial wasteland [more inside]
Upon finding yourself floating pleasantly in a canoe, you are launched into orbit. Alas.
Sunset, wind over water, autumn into winter. [more inside]
ambient alien drone music [more inside]
I'm thinking this will be the outro to my first album, or possibly come right before the final song.
Long Night and Nothing to Do
I wrote this song in one night for a school assignment that was due the next day. The music was really just flowing out of me. I don't even remember writing most of this because I was so tired. It was created to be a score for a 9-minute short film that I made, but it's grown on me so much that I've decided to include it on my first album. It does need some work, though: the mixing is way off in some areas (and even distorted) and it's way too long to include on an album.
I made this song last summer (2006). It has the usual synth and drum machine, as well as the addition of a little guitar. Very fast-paced, yet relaxed. Oh, and, of course, it'll someday (maybe) have lyrics.
Very atmospheric. This song will always remind me Christmas, as I wrote most of it during the month of December. Just like my previous track, this will also have vocals someday.
One of the better songs I have lined up for my first album (which is still in its early stages). Heavy drums, synth, happiness. Also, this is my first post to MeFi Music.
an overwhelmingly ambient texture, pierced with many elements of various density - scraped percussion, Latin and bluegrass gestures, strings, somber guitar notes and swirling electronics. Very soundtrack, very visual, particuarly for fans of Gustavo Santaolalla.
melty mono synth on the 1:43 / crunchy manganese beats on the rusty flip
A short journey between the stars