It’s just amazing! You should be proud of your musical skills!
Aw, I hope she loved it. :)
Thanks Tess, that’s very kind :-)
Have some more applause and enjoy it! This took a lot of guts.
A huge improvement - it’s coming together very nicely. Good to hear some dynamics in there!
Woooohooooo!! Go you! :) So glad you got the recording. Hope it’s given you some confidence. I know you took a break from learning for awhile, but delighted you went back to it. Onwards onwards! More more!!
Just what I needed. I really like that this was recorded with the room sound, hit the spot.
Extraordinary mix/soundfield on this. Sounded like the clocks were external to my headphones, several feet away.
Nice. I’ll have to go listen to more of your stuff now.
Interesting mix of sounds. Cool!
Hey thanks for the nightmare fuel. Keep it up!
Very cool tension. It feels like it’s speeding up and I’m not completely sure it isn’t.
… seems appropriate to me – nice piece.
I have no idea why I thought “Edward Lear” and “Ring Modulator” in the same moment. Probably I shouldn’t have.
Don’t mind me - I’ll just be over here for a while.
Utt - Mr. Sandbags. Been a while since I heard from you.
Time for a beer and a joint.
Yay for breaking the log-jam! Nice work.
Very nice - glad you’re back to making music. I’m also a big fan of Permut8, but was unaware of Boscomac’s page; thanks for including that info.
Liking the underpinning energy.
Can you see this?
Lovely sound and beautiful vocals. I especially liked where it sounded like you were self-harmonizing.
I liked this until the voices cut in… then I loved it.
Listening again and I actually really love the lo-fi almost accidental feel to this recording. Work of art. My one regret is that I can’t double-favourite it.
Great track, music and vocals blend well.
Interesting variety, works well.
Gets nice and dark around 3:15, I like it.
Love when it really kicks in at ~2:40, great stuff.
Thanks for the kind words both. Chris it is a pretty good idea but I can’t take any credit for that, I got it from Pendle @ SoundDust. He uses it to build his Plastic Ghost Piano and I thought it sounded like something cool to play with.
Touché Igor :)
This is very sweet.
Hey this is pretty cool, totally trips along.
Oh I do love that guitar sound you got going and you know I like the loopin :)
Has the feel of drifting effortlessly through different spaces. I like the sparseness and the use of a range of sounds. Geosonics looks like a great source material.
Nice use of radio noise. Like it.
I feel like I’m aloft and tumbling wildly across vistas of 80’s virtual reality grids as I’m listening to this like Tron meets a bad case of sunstroke. Nice use of pitch.