Comments on Len Sasso's stuff

Another experiment with K-Devices.
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fudgetusk said

Solemn and playful and sorrowful and timid and bright.

A little fun with grains.
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Guest said

Sounds cool like one is in a dream state. Nice effects used.

After a set of bass wind chimes I heard recently.
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trawnajim said

Very nice, but all too brief. Reminds me of the short pieces on Eno’s Another Green World album.

Updated: 08.23.2018 Inspired by the Native Instruments blog 'Top 10 Ambient Music Reaktor User Library Ensembles' (http://bit.ly/2BbBcAQ).
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fudgetusk said

Love the sounds you issue. Spooky.

Celebrating 2018 with lots of space. Updated 02.11.2018 Updared 06.30.2018
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Jason H. Austin said

nice stuff

Celebrating 2018 with lots of space. Updated 02.11.2018 Updared 06.30.2018
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Brett Warren said

This is a very confident piece. It’s deeply engaging without needing to consistently add elements as it goes along. It uses what it needs to great effect. Excellent!

A little fun with Radio Garden (radio.garden/live) & the Buchla-like synth Aalto.
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fudgetusk said

delightful madness. My territory.

A collage of sounds from Nematic Labs Cloudlab 200t Buchla-like instrument for NI Reaktor. Updated: 170801
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fudgetusk said

Good music for some crazy scifi film.

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fudgetusk said

I like how thought out your stuff is. The music is like your thoughts made into music.

Excursions with the HEM Seurat MIDI device for Ableton Live. Updated 10.25.2017
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fudgetusk said

This is very karlheinz Stockhausen. :) I don’t like his stuff much but I like this.

Celebrating 2018 with lots of space. Updated 02.11.2018 Updared 06.30.2018
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fudgetusk said

This is different. Indescribable. I’m going to tick that little heart thing in the top corner. No idea what it does.

A little fun with Radio Garden (radio.garden/live) & the Buchla-like synth Aalto.
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Brett Warren said

I like it. It’s simple and effective. Abstract yet straight forward. It just makes sense to me!

Augmented major-seventh-chord drones with electronic percussion.
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World War Nine said

Love the timbre of the wooden “drones” & the overall urgency of the piece.

Fifth of five electronic sound sculptures with emphasis on evolving rhythms.
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Brett Warren said

Very cool. The percussion and chimes play off each other nicely.

Fifth of five electronic sound sculptures with emphasis on evolving rhythms.
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fabiokeiner said

love it

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Brett Warren said

Not sure what to say, but this one just hit the spot.

Updated 07.31.2015
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So?ing Machine said

Clear, fluid, immersive. Love the dynamic FM and twinkly stuff. 8)

One of my favorite Monk tunes. Updated 04.06.2017
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skiks/bruce hamilton said

very cool; I could imagine a notated chamber version of this as well.

Another (probably the last) track for Rhythm & Hues.
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Guest said

Man i love this. multi-layered & psychedelic..

More Rhythm & Hues - very sparse & very short.
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skiks/bruce hamilton said

Does just what it needs to do.