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a free ambiant/dub techno traxx made on linux + 1st release...

Postby Mk2 » Sun Mar 24, 2019 5:16 pm

hello !

this is my new soundcloud page :

https://soundcloud.com/pikture13

there a traxx made on bitwig on windows, she on bandcamp...

and the other traxx is a dub techno/ambiant trax made with :

- bitwig :D
- linVST
- omnisphere 2
- x-fer serum
- a tape delay i no remember the name...
- voxengo oldSkoolVerb (for lack of a lexicon MPX install, with iLok...)

i hope you will like...

PS: the trax on ban,dcamp is my #1 release, i worked several years on it, almost 2014-2016... day n nite.. i release it now coz it was sleeping on my hdd.. if u want it free send me a pm i send you a link to free download...

and don't forget to share ! :D

thank you for your listening.

Chris,

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Re: a free ambiant/dub techno traxx made on linux + 1st release...

Postby Mk2 » Sun Mar 24, 2019 5:17 pm

work in progress traxx are on this site :

https://hearthis.at/13chrisn/

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Re: a free ambiant/dub techno traxx made on linux + 1st release...

Postby milo » Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:09 pm

I like the superimposed rhythms and timings in "Tera to Melanchoria." A lot of ear candy in that track.

It runs a little long, and I'm not sure that there's quite enough variation to justify 12 minutes. That's a matter of taste, I suppose. (Probably par for the course with ambient music.)

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Re: a free ambiant/dub techno traxx made on linux + 1st release...

Postby jonetsu » Fri Mar 29, 2019 10:30 pm

Salut,

I finally got a listen to "Jade". The piece by itself flows all right. But the noise is way too much IMHO. And it's not apparently modulated. I find you have much more sonic features to expose, don't put them behind so much noise. Or transform the idea of a persistent noise into some other modulated form that might have some noise on the side.

The structure is all right for the genre.

Ciao.


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