I've realised I haven't posted on your music a fair bit and came across a YouTube video from 2014 that I enjoyed.
My fav tunes from you are those like In the Cold , This Moment , One Off Jam. Can't really give you any feedback other than that ... those tunes are killer though so for a listener like me , if you can get into that headspace you were in while writing those tunes I'll be there to listen to what you make. The most recent tracks , to me at least , and I'm sure this thread informs my position , they are lush obviously, but lack the spontaniety of those other tracks I mentioned .. but still , great and lush ... but I'd rather have an acid workout . your music is some of the music I enjoy the most posted in this sub forum at the moment
Wow, thanks for taking the time to post, I enjoyed what you wrote. It's always fun to hear which tracks of mine stand out to other people, and it can some times be radically different than what I prefer as the author. That said, I do like the tracks you mentioned, of course :)
I find a lot of passion and meaning in making music and involving myself in the IDM community, so I fully intend on continuing to make tracks of every type for many years to come including acid bangers, jungle / DnB jams, IDM cuts, ambient sessions, and possibly even poppy / italo stuff stuff if I find the right collaborators... Really, I feel like there's not enough time for all the music I want to make.
That said, I can sometimes struggle with how to approach making a track. When I first started, I would simply make whatever I liked, but now that other people listen to my tunes, I have at least a mild interest in possibly meeting their interests if it intersects with stuff I'd like to make and if the response is good enough. However, this could be more of a philosophical question for me and my direction as an artist, and not so much reflective on what I do with Snack Master. For instance, I actually set aside my primary acid synth a while back to write some tracks specifically without it, as I felt that it had too strong of an influence on the songwriting process. However, hearing that you'd like more acid tracks from me is definitely positively encouraging to bust out some acid lines.
Thanks again for your feedback, it felt great reading your post, especially the last part.