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Hot tea and bleeps

By laguna on May 10, 2020 10:48 pm

I recycled this one from a short 2017 jam, using Ableton and the Mutable Instruments Braids. I'm not really that into modular, but some time to time I enjoy making silly loops for no reason.

All arrangements done in the box, using Ableton 10. I know it's kinda monotonous and there's not much happening, but I basically cooked this on the weekend and run out of inspiration. I kept it short, so maybe next time I could come with something more original.

I'm basically enjoying being back home this week. Lots of TV and computers... and tea, hot tea.

Some things are improving in the outside world, some are not. I'm just want to not care for a few days and be in peace with my family. I'll have enough worries waiting at work in a few days, but for now, just let me bleep smile

I'm pretty sleepy right now, so good night Weeklybeats family and take care wherever you are in this world. Peace !!!

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May 11, 2020 12:23 am

Mmm tea is the best. What kind of tea do you drink? My go-to is jasmine green.

Love the groove in this; I don't think it's monotonous, there's definitely enough variation in there to keep it interesting. Keep up the good work man!

May 11, 2020 1:27 am

Yeah I agree there's plenty hear to keep the ears occupied. The minimal feeling is pretty relaxing though, overall this is really nice. Enjoy your break!

May 11, 2020 10:25 am

welcome back and good to have you here with this fine chilling song. I prefer yogi-tea classic.

May 11, 2020 12:58 pm
Mission Crossing wrote:

Mmm tea is the best. What kind of tea do you drink? My go-to is jasmine green.

Love the groove in this; I don't think it's monotonous, there's definitely enough variation in there to keep it interesting. Keep up the good work man!

Indeed! I usually go for Yorkshire tea, which is sort of a stronger English Breakfast blend. I prefer strong black teas in the morning, the ones that tint the water in seconds. For the rest of the day, I usually go for some softer P&G brand tea and -sigh- decaf.

Since I drink so much tea, I'll go to camomille or linden so I don't lose my sleep smile

Thanks a lot for all the continuous feedback, Mission Control. Means a lot !!!

hieme wrote:

Yeah I agree there's plenty hear to keep the ears occupied. The minimal feeling is pretty relaxing though, overall this is really nice. Enjoy your break!

I dug some of the inserts after a couple of days, though when I was doing it, my ears were full.

Maybe I should revisit if I found some brief and interesting insert, though maybe it wasn't that bad after all.

Q-Rosh wrote:

welcome back and good to have you here with this fine chilling song. I prefer yogi-tea classic.

Thank you, Q-Rosh. I really hope you are also having some kind of break, since you're working much closer than me to patients.

Glad you find this one chilling, makes my day.

I've never tried the Yogi-Tea brand, though the selection seems tasty. I'll definetely give it a go.

Vielen Dank, mein Freund!!!

May 11, 2020 1:19 pm
laguna wrote:
Mission Crossing wrote:

Mmm tea is the best. What kind of tea do you drink? My go-to is jasmine green.

Love the groove in this; I don't think it's monotonous, there's definitely enough variation in there to keep it interesting. Keep up the good work man!

Indeed! I usually go for Yorkshire tea, which is sort of a stronger English Breakfast blend. I prefer strong black teas in the morning, the ones that tint the water in seconds. For the rest of the day, I usually go for some softer P&G brand tea and -sigh- decaf.

Since I drink so much tea, I'll go to camomille or linden so I don't lose my sleep smile

Thanks a lot for all the continuous feedback, Mission Control. Means a lot !!!

hieme wrote:

Yeah I agree there's plenty hear to keep the ears occupied. The minimal feeling is pretty relaxing though, overall this is really nice. Enjoy your break!

I dug some of the inserts after a couple of days, though when I was doing it, my ears were full.

Maybe I should revisit if I found some brief and interesting insert, though maybe it wasn't that bad after all.

Q-Rosh wrote:

welcome back and good to have you here with this fine chilling song. I prefer yogi-tea classic.

Thank you, Q-Rosh. I really hope you are also having some kind of break, since you're working much closer than me to patients.

Glad you find this one chilling, makes my day.

I've never tried the Yogi-Tea brand, though the selection seems tasty. I'll definetely give it a go.

Vielen Dank, mein Freund!!!


May 12, 2020 5:04 pm

May 13, 2020 6:23 pm

This is groovy! I like all of the sounds and they sit in the mix really nicely. It doesn't need to do anything more imho.

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