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By license on October 4, 2020 11:23 pm

This submission is licensed by author under CC0 Creative Commons Zero (Public Domain)

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October 6, 2020 6:33 pm

lucious tones and I appreciated the relaxing pace.  Great fade out.

October 7, 2020 12:43 am
orangedrink wrote:

lucious tones and I appreciated the relaxing pace.  Great fade out.


Thank you very much smile

October 7, 2020 1:31 am

oh no typo

LUSCIOUS

October 7, 2020 1:53 am
orangedrink wrote:

oh no typo

LUSCIOUS


I liked your original minimalist version too big_smile

October 7, 2020 4:25 am

That's a minimalist one! This reminds me of slow bubbles emerging from a subterranean source and sometimes a water drop clicking.

October 7, 2020 5:50 am
Kedbreak136 wrote:

That's a minimalist one! This reminds me of slow bubbles emerging from a subterranean source and sometimes a water drop clicking.


It is pretty dang minimal smile I think that description is spot-on, both technically and emotionally. Thanks for listening and commenting.

October 7, 2020 10:50 pm
license wrote:
orangedrink wrote:

oh no typo

LUSCIOUS


I liked your original minimalist version too big_smile

Correct spelling is overated and oppressive.

This bubbling minimal voyage under the sea caves is the opposite smile

October 7, 2020 11:32 pm
miraclemiles wrote:
license wrote:
orangedrink wrote:

oh no typo

LUSCIOUS


I liked your original minimalist version too big_smile

Correct spelling is overated and oppressive.

This bubbling minimal voyage under the sea caves is the opposite smile


Lol! Thank you big_smile

October 9, 2020 8:38 am

I wanted to know what this song would sound like in a faster speed and higher pitch. So I loaded it up and it works fine in double and triple-speed too, even better for my taste, because the rhythmic components are evolving greatly. So, I thank you for this fine experiment.

October 9, 2020 11:21 pm
Q-Rosh wrote:

I wanted to know what this song would sound like in a faster speed and higher pitch. So I loaded it up and it works fine in double and triple-speed too, even better for my taste, because the rhythmic components are evolving greatly. So, I thank you for this fine experiment.


Whoa, that's a really cool idea! I'm going to try that. It makes a lot of sense with how little high frequency content it has. Thanks for trying that!

October 10, 2020 3:24 am

Yeah, this totally works better at 2x speed, even the bass notes make total sense - wow! 3x speed is a little frantic, high pitched, and weirdly happy for my taste. This is an awesome finding, though - thanks for sharing. Food for thought for me smile

October 11, 2020 12:13 pm

You're showing incredible restraint with this one, I'd truly struggle to make something so sparse but it makes me want to try it. The simplicity is very satisfying and really emphasises the rhythm.
Also couldn't resist trying it out at double speed after reading those comments, works beautifully that way too!

October 11, 2020 2:35 pm
Simon Koehn wrote:

You're showing incredible restraint with this one, I'd truly struggle to make something so sparse but it makes me want to try it. The simplicity is very satisfying and really emphasises the rhythm.
Also couldn't resist trying it out at double speed after reading those comments, works beautifully that way too!


Thank you so much for the kind words! I naturally tend toward sparseness, but this is pretty bare even for me. Honestly, once I set up the patch for the "plucks", it simply felt like it didn't need anything else except a little reverb on that high pluck.

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