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Glistening Viscera

By Avarine on May 27, 2018 9:06 am

On Tuesday I started working on a housey track.
On Thursday and Friday I was home sick, did some work on the track, but was feeling too poorly to do much, just laid down some melodies and then gave up.
On Saturday I added some chords and some abstract vocals.
On Sunday I removed the vocals, which sounded terrible, added even more chords, had the house beat evolve into more of a rock beat, then added even more chords.
Then I stopped to make a cup of tea and grapple with my growing irritation at having to listen to my annoying track. I decided it wasn't worth forcing myself to keep listening to it.
I started a new, completely different track, and this is it.
First foray into something a bit ambient. Tools used were Waldorf Blofeld, Roland Gaia, a piece of paper, myself breathing, and a houseplant.

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial (BY-NC)

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May 29, 2018 4:49 am

I like it, maybe not as ambient as it could've been, but it's there.

May 29, 2018 3:01 pm

Very pleasant end results (especially considering the title).

June 6, 2018 12:52 am

Somehow the breathing sounds and other found noises really add something interesting to this. Extra props for using a houseplant.

June 18, 2018 7:50 am

It should be wonderful to see your approach in a video. You choosed a more "experimental" way of doing this and kudos to you for discarding a whole track (I think we all been there, trying to make sense of 3 or 4 days of work that leads nowhere).

For some reason, it reminds me of someone having a cup of tea and staring at his/her backyard.

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