WIth some more instrumentation, this could be a very good dungeon synth track.
The opening granular sound is awesome descriptive and retro of the lost in space/star trek time.
Tranquil but ominous..
this sounds huge. I love the tone
i like the bass in here and the FX are prefect for the mood. the ending drone reminds me of the Beatles "I want you" vibe which i love.
Strange, quirky, fun.
Inspired and invigorating!
what? IF the average neighbor is an alien that wants to harvest our body parts and organs for experiments would killing them really stop them? or should we just nuke there house straight on?? I am asking for a friend--
@Andrew Russe: very perceptive. Yeah I had to listen twice to appreciate the thoughtful layering of guitars, which I actually didn’t use in my remix because the mix would’ve been too crowded. This has been an almost constant earworm this week but I don’t mind!
Yep... didn't comment, did I? "Cool sounds" :) But now I've heard the lap-steel addition on Kavin's remix, I appreciate this one more than I did at first... very cool sounds. Raises an interesting thought for me... how we can see/hear through others eyes/ears, we can have ours "opened" by someone else's re-expression of a thing... when I first listened to this, it was "OK" for me, I saw Newbold's comment and thought "yeh, well" ... but hearing Kavin's addition gave me an "in" to this track... listening now I can hear/experience what he and Newbold heard first up.
mostly pretty blending of nice sounds. :) so great I can hear this in a loop just on and on--
Love this...very textural and haunting....👍
so impressive wow --- just like mmmm tasty texture touches. and tinglings --- just had to favorite this --- I think maybe to use this in a mix-- maybe but it might be too 'expressive' to work like that-
great it is true mostly the repeating --- why is the barrel empty ? or most empty?
yeah it is good these notes work together nicely --
And this gives me some release - but not loads! I was going to ask if it's an ebow, but it's not is it? Sounds like a real bow?
I find this one a slightly more challenging listen!
This one follows Hopey Changey really well
nice work - somewhat subdued and introspective
nice work here!
Thank you for putting this together! Sounds great!
Nice neoclassical trio - very pleasant!
The octave mandolin is available at music stores that deal in folk / country instruments. I bought mine used and is made by Trinity College. Not sure if they are still in business. Its double the size and not surprisingly tuned as a regular mandolin but an octave below. Search for Sierra Hull on youtube - excellent mandolin player and has some videos that compare the two.
this is cool - sounds very early electronic music with the pops and reverb - fav'd!
!!!! such a mood!
Lovely work! - back to give a well deserved like!
Finally got back to give you a like!
Thanks for the collaboration - all I can say is - I'd like to do more. :-)
It is so hard to cut through the end of RPM - I really like what you added to my bass line! Thank you for this! Your work is excellent!
is the video for it
There are some definitely micro tonal inflections here!
the heavy flanging is a treat! I'll diverge from Bill and say its bigger birds at 14:00. this is cool!
Some excellent effect manipulations going on here!
has a very cool vibe!
Like the guitar - nice addition to a great track!
Beautifully dark and mysterious that then explodes into barely contained chaos that ends in a plaintive song of longing. That's how I hear this. Wonderful piece Ben!