by PaleBlueDot; Tue Feb 28, 2012 1:22 pm
This is my new track "Spirits". When I started it I didn't know it would take this direction, but I am happy with where it went. It sounds a little tribal, and ambient as well. Reminds me of shamans and spirits etc.. Anywho, here it is and I hope you enjoy;
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/51101674/Majest ... pirits.mp3
Or on Soundcloud;
by fateamenabletochange; Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:54 pm
yes, has a majestic space sound, and quite ominous vibe for me, kind of darker spirits. Some beauitul deep tones.
by PaleBlueDot; Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:03 pm
@ Fate; Thank you for listening as well. I was going for a deeper darker sound so I'm glad you thought it sounded that way. As far as the pic in the soundcloud widget, its a picture of a real-world painting of mine that I ran through a "metal" filter in Zbrush. Thanks again!
by fateamenabletochange; Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:09 pm
PaleBlueDot wrote: the pic in the soundcloud widget, its a real-world painting of mine that I ran through a "metal" filter in Zbrush.
by PaleBlueDot; Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:35 pm
JoeCat wrote:Great atmosphere!
What did you use for the "didjeridoo" sound? That was tasty rich
@ JoeCat; The "didjeridoo" sound was a sawtooth wave sound I created on my Roland SH-01 Gaia. I turned the LP cutoff all the way down then activated the key hold. I triggered the note I wanted then slowly crept the cutoff up and recorded it. I slowly brought in an LFO about halfway through the song while inching up the cutoff and resonance. That is what gave it the "didjeridoo" effect.
@ Polyslax; Thanks for the listen Poly. Foreboding? Now that you mention it, yes I hear that as well
by PaleBlueDot; Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:50 pm
seismic1 wrote:Great piece Steven. I was getting all kinds of movie vibes here from The Thing to The Terminator. The sound choices were spot-on, and the atmosphere you created was certainly dark and full of tension.
@ Seismic; Thanks for listening. Movie vibes...mmmmm..... I like that.