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De La Warr

By Ashen Simian on July 26, 2018 5:14 pm

An excerpt from a longish jam... dreamy pads and rhythms with some ethereal Moog soloing and some mangled field recordings. The basic sequencing is done with Nanostudio for Ipad (no presets used, I tweaked them all smile, the pads with Korg O1W/fd and Blofeld. The Moogs with the Moog Voyager. The whole, longer piece is better as a "trip" but this is the first 60% minus intro.

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July 30, 2018 5:39 am

Smooth, and somehow this is only a little over half the full length?

July 30, 2018 4:56 pm

Abstracted deep forest.

August 4, 2018 4:05 pm
Devieus wrote:

Smooth, and somehow this is only a little over half the full length?

Yep, the 16 mb mark was the limiting factor... a bit later it becomes more a bit more moogy melodic.

Jim Wood wrote:

Abstracted deep forest.

Interesting comparsion! I must check out Deep Forest a bit more closely, I know just their hits (two or three) from the 90´s. Thanks!

August 4, 2018 4:14 pm

Actually, I meant the REAL deep forest, not the musical kind. ::)

August 4, 2018 7:09 pm
Jim Wood wrote:

Actually, I meant the REAL deep forest, not the musical kind. ::)

Haha! smile  I have to admit that I feel somehow relieved by your latest comment... with respect for the french band, of course smile

August 4, 2018 8:29 pm

It's an epic journey with a strong dreamy floaty feeling.  I dig it!

August 5, 2018 10:34 pm

Really good spacial quality to the mix with everything well placed. Creates a strong image. Your sounds are all very warm and organic too. I like how the track transforms just past the midpoint. More orchestral sounding and then merges back both styles at the end. Nice lead lines in the outro. Very well done! 

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