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Foyer Music

By Bleeoop on March 24, 2024 7:04 pm

This is just a bit of a interlude track. I moved some things around in my setup and experimented with different tones and processing, there's a lot of oto bim and bam in this. Recorded a lot of stuff and then tried to cobble up a quick track from the pieces.

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A nice bit of ambience.  It's soothing but I feel a little bit of an ominous or unsettling undercurrent.  Some of the sounds make me imagine ghosts, so that may have something to do with it, but overall it's beautiful stuff.

This must be the foyer to heaven.

Very chill and soothing!

Love it.

Yummy.  Lovely drifting tones.  Very enjoyable.

Have you been enjoying the Bim?  I've got the Boum and Bam and have contemplated the Bim but have refrained so far.

rdomain wrote:

Yummy.  Lovely drifting tones.  Very enjoyable.

Have you been enjoying the Bim?  I've got the Boum and Bam and have contemplated the Bim but have refrained so far.

I really like Bim, I should use it way more than I do. When I play with it I always think that there's a lot of settings that I never use, some delay modes I don't like, the modulation control gets too much too soon and stuff like that so I always end up using in my sweet spot but that one sound feels really really good to me

I'd definitely like to try one at some stage.  Could work for me potentially.  I'm guessing it has a similar thickness to the sound like the Bam has.  Settings have to be very subtle for nuanced stuff but I do like how it's super flexible. 

The melodies and harmonies here are lovely. And the whole arrangement as well.

My only criticism is that maybe you could go with more noise in the track, so it's somewhat "windy", or less, because it clashes with the chimes at moments. With good headphones or monitors, you could distinguish two elements (the chime and the noise/glitch), but in a mediocre setup, the mix sounds like a distorted recording of the chime. I know it's not meant to be listened on crappy headphones, but anyway, my 2 cents.

JWH's GIF nails the feeling to perfection smile

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