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Bugaboo

By Ashen Simian on July 12, 2020 8:34 pm

So little time this week and just a few hours to go, so I had to resort to more avantgarde, sponaneous stuff... so here you are, weirdness in A. Starts blissfully, ends very differently...btw, uploading seemed to be very slow and difficut this time, so finally i had to lower the quality to 128 mp3....

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July 13, 2020 6:06 pm

A nice descent into weirdness.  I really like the footstep sounds.  They're very crisp sounding.  Are they a sample or did your record your own footsteps?

July 15, 2020 9:31 pm

This is a really cool mood. I also enjoyed the footsteps but all the other atmospheric stuff was great too. Definitely feels like a climactic scene.

July 19, 2020 7:59 pm

this is great....love the swirling textures and how dark this gets!  Your music is usually so calming in the best of ways so for it to go this direction is super cool

August 14, 2020 8:10 am
CosmicCairns wrote:

A nice descent into weirdness.  I really like the footstep sounds.  They're very crisp sounding.  Are they a sample or did your record your own footsteps?

Thanks! The steps are actually a sample, I reworked the stereo image and reverb, tryig to give it a sort of artificial head recording feeling...

August 14, 2020 8:12 am
license wrote:

This is a really cool mood. I also enjoyed the footsteps but all the other atmospheric stuff was great too. Definitely feels like a climactic scene.

Nick_Jones wrote:

this is great....love the swirling textures and how dark this gets!  Your music is usually so calming in the best of ways so for it to go this direction is super cool

Thanks guys! Much appreciated. Sometimes this kind of "throwing paint at the wall" approach can bring refreshing results. I have had a serious shortage of music time for the last month or so...the situation should get better next week. So my stuff has reflected that recently, shorter ambient excursions with jjnearly random elements. But it makes a change, I think...

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