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And now for something completely different: New ambient piece ...

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Hi All,

 

This is a new piece - a live recording done on the Machinedrum using guitar samples previously treated, then played on the MDUW.

 

Really different from any application I used this instrument before.

 

I look forward to comments - this was recorded live with next to no editing.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

 

https://soundcloud.com/encym/schimmer

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Guest skibby

i like the bass especially, wishes there was some grain freezing...

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Guest Frankie5fingers

This is awesome. though it does get a little pitchy at some times and hurts my ears. id soften them up a bit. and i agree, the bass is really good.

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Thanks guys.

 

This is awesome. though it does get a little pitchy at some times and hurts my ears. id soften them up a bit. and i agree, the bass is really good.

 

Do you mean softening the high notes EQ-wise? Thanks for the input!

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i like the bass especially, wishes there was some grain freezing...

Cheers!

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Guest trananhhung

This is nice. The high notes are fine with me.


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Cheers everybody, much appreciated!!

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really like the guitar sound design, it's somehow very organic and digital at the same time to my ear, that may sound odd, i know, but that's how it feels to me x)
very nice track dude, enjoyed this alot !
thanks for sharing :)

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really like the guitar sound design, it's somehow very organic and digital at the same time to my ear, that may sound odd, i know, but that's how it feels to me x)

very nice track dude, enjoyed this alot !

thanks for sharing :)

Thanks Qatarsis!

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really like the guitar sound design, it's somehow very organic and digital at the same time to my ear, that may sound odd, i know, but that's how it feels to me x)

very nice track dude, enjoyed this alot !

thanks for sharing :)

 

I think you're absolutely right in assuming that.

The guitar recording itself including the delay was analogue and of course played on a real instrument. After transfer to the (digital) Machinedrum, it was again "played" and pitched etc. So it makes sense you should think that.

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For being a live recording this is very robust indeed. The melody is strong enough that I think this piece should warrant further attention; adding to it, refining aspects of it.

This is already very strong and evokes cinematic landscapes: it would work very well as a film soundtrack where some mafia fellows in the Mojave Desert are loading the limp body of a freshly executed man into the trunk of a car then driving over to a cliff-side and tossing the body over just before lighting a cigarette and watching the body tumble down.

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For being a live recording this is very robust indeed. The melody is strong enough that I think this piece should warrant further attention; adding to it, refining aspects of it.

This is already very strong and evokes cinematic landscapes: it would work very well as a film soundtrack where some mafia fellows in the Mojave Desert are loading the limp body of a freshly executed man into the trunk of a car then driving over to a cliff-side and tossing the body over just before lighting a cigarette and watching the body tumble down.

Cheers mate! Enjoying your description of the plot :-)

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