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eternalised evolution

By Q-Rosh on November 1, 2020 8:29 pm

This week I had to make something different. Please do not blame  me, that it came out this long and intense. I did change it from the primal 16 minutes version to a light 11 minutes track, as a compromise. Times are very hectic at the moment and I needed to slow down an change my perception of time and myself.

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November 2, 2020 12:14 am

Definitely very cool experimentation with effects. What all did you use? It seems like what I'm listening to is a combination of guitar effects with DAW wizardry or something like that.

November 2, 2020 1:48 am

Fantastic textures as always.  Some of it really gives off a deep outer space vibe.  In my younger days I was pretty anti-long tracks, but now I'm a believer in the value of stretching out sometimes.  You can't always accomplish the same thing in only 3 minutes that you can by allowing yourself more time and space.

November 2, 2020 2:21 am

This was awesome. I would have been happy to listen to 16 minutes.

November 4, 2020 10:23 am

Wow this is beautiful. So intimate and cozy at the start, and so vast and sprawling by the end. Really into your guitar tone too. There were moments that reminded me of Mick Turner or Tren Brothers (which are wonderful and worth checking out if you're unfamiliar); quite different in terms of the instrumentation/effects but similar in terms of the gentle free-form guitar playing.
Really enjoyed this.

November 5, 2020 3:12 am

This is another great and unexpected piece of music this week.  Love how many of your tracks go in different directions then what you would expect.  Love the change half way with the reverb/drone, so relaxing, I actually really enjoy the length of this.

November 5, 2020 9:05 am

This track is quite a journey. The crazy textures that you are able to build progressively, this is truly epic.

November 5, 2020 12:41 pm

We're all dealing with the times in our way, some better than others and this way's definitely a good one.

November 5, 2020 9:50 pm

This is indeed a good way to deal. Those first chords gave a nice calm feeling. I setled in to do some work, and this was a nice journey. It both helped me focus and kind of zoned me out. Kind of like in and out of conciousness, or on the edge of wake and sleep. You're so good at these creative sonic adventures!

November 7, 2020 3:31 pm

Great work! Has an orchestral arrangement feel to it. Really big and comfortably able to fit a range of sounds and approaches.  You could not fit this into less time and keep it fully intact so the format is perfect.  Love the swells of sound that start halfway through.  Like waves in the ocean that keep getting bigger.

November 8, 2020 8:46 pm
ViridianLoom wrote:

Definitely very cool experimentation with effects. What all did you use? It seems like what I'm listening to is a combination of guitar effects with DAW wizardry or something like that.


My effects in here: mood, particle, subdecay, Mel9, hog, Memory man, cathedral, superringtone. You can see pictures of them on my website. Filtering and everything was done live with the effects. I have recorded an endless long jam and mixed it together in my DAW just for the EQ and mastering. I forgot to mention, there is a little bit of a tapeloop with a pianorecording  in the mix as well. Thank you for asking and listening.


CosmicCairns wrote:

Fantastic textures as always.  Some of it really gives off a deep outer space vibe.  In my younger days I was pretty anti-long tracks, but now I'm a believer in the value of stretching out sometimes.  You can't always accomplish the same thing in only 3 minutes that you can by allowing yourself more time and space.


Thank you for taking the time. I think the listener is at the mercy of the composer, when he is into a long track. I had a big responsibility.


hent03 wrote:

This was awesome. I would have been happy to listen to 16 minutes.


Thank you very much. You did not miss so much concerning the 16 min version.


Simon Koehn wrote:

Wow this is beautiful. So intimate and cozy at the start, and so vast and sprawling by the end. Really into your guitar tone too. There were moments that reminded me of Mick Turner or Tren Brothers (which are wonderful and worth checking out if you're unfamiliar); quite different in terms of the instrumentation/effects but similar in terms of the gentle free-form guitar playing.
Really enjoyed this.


Thank you for the link. I will check it out, as soon as I have a little time, but I was very busy this week and had to work on the weekend.



Jason Nijjer wrote:

This is another great and unexpected piece of music this week.  Love how many of your tracks go in different directions then what you would expect.  Love the change half way with the reverb/drone, so relaxing, I actually really enjoy the length of this.


Thank you for listening and the nice comment. It would be boring just to come up with one sound and style. I try to experiment with genres and let things happen and flow.



Kedbreak136 wrote:

This track is quite a journey. The crazy textures that you are able to build progressively, this is truly epic.


The comment is epic too. Thank you very much.


Devieus wrote:

We're all dealing with the times in our way, some better than others and this way's definitely a good one.


Thank you sir. And it is good we stick together here.


miraclemiles wrote:

This is indeed a good way to deal. Those first chords gave a nice calm feeling. I setled in to do some work, and this was a nice journey. It both helped me focus and kind of zoned me out. Kind of like in and out of conciousness, or on the edge of wake and sleep. You're so good at these creative sonic adventures!


Believe me, I was playing around and everything happened from alone. I was more an observer in this jam. Even I was very excited while I was recording it, I knew it was a good thing happening.


NWSPR wrote:

Great work! Has an orchestral arrangement feel to it. Really big and comfortably able to fit a range of sounds and approaches.  You could not fit this into less time and keep it fully intact so the format is perfect.  Love the swells of sound that start halfway through.  Like waves in the ocean that keep getting bigger.


Yeah, it should get this big wave character. Nice picture you have painted. Thank you very much.

November 9, 2020 8:36 am

Sounds like a fun experimentation and a cool aural journey.  Many great tones here!

November 9, 2020 12:50 pm

A cool, relaxing background track for doing something, or nothing, at home. There is nothing wrong with a lengthier work that takes us through movements of sound and sensation. I like the ideas explored here and how they are varied but still similar enough to flow together.

November 18, 2020 3:08 pm

Really cool sounds and overall atmosphere.  It has a cinematic quality to it that gave me a dramatic montage feel.  The drones throughout are so soothing.  I dunno how you did it but it has an awesome orchestral feel around the 6min mark.    Really cool track.  Excellent work!

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