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Recursive Resonance

By Ashtom on February 23, 2020 9:44 pm

I have been playing a lot of Control recently and I really loved it. I wanted to try to make a soundtrack for a similar game and ended up with something of my own. I realize that whenever I try to make ambient music, I always feel the need to put some notes (in this case a basic arpeggio). I guess that's my touch? Anyway... That Synthstrom Deluge is really a treasure! I did most of this week's track in a train thanks to the portability of it ( thanks to the presence of a battery).

Again, thank you for your words! I love reading them and it makes my day!

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February 26, 2020 3:09 am

I particularly like the synth (almost alarm like) noise near the halfway point. Do you find Control to be easy to use?

February 27, 2020 12:51 pm

When I mentioned Control, I was referring to the videogame. Sorry for the confusion.

March 1, 2020 12:13 am

oh man I am such a huge fan of Martin Stig Andersen who is one of the composers for the game - i'll have to get it, if not just to hear his work!

if it is anything like your awesome piece here, i'm sure i'll love it!

March 7, 2020 1:43 pm
orangedrink wrote:

oh man I am such a huge fan of Martin Stig Andersen who is one of the composers for the game - i'll have to get it, if not just to hear his work!

if it is anything like your awesome piece here, i'm sure i'll love it!

It's actually much better music than my piece but thanks for the kind words! Also, the game is just wonderfully good; I loved every piece of it!

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