Have you ever heard reverb on a Korg DS-10? Well, technically, its not really reverb, but the delay, that produces a similar effect to reverb. I used this to create strings like sound. My initial goal was to create an Ambient track. I even set the BPM to 10 and it worked quite well. Too bad that I got all these faster melodies in my head that I couldn't write down due to the speed. So I decided to set the speed higher and clear the patterns. I ended up with 45 BPM. I'm very proud on the sounds that I made.
I've got a new camera, and that allowed me to get a better quality video than my previous video's. In addition, I've recorded the video also through my line-in. After that, I edited the video and replaced the audio with the line-in recording. This produces a much better sound on youtube. Its nearly the quality that you get when you download the mp3 version, except ofcource that the mp3 version is just the song, not all the edits afterwards, which you'll get on youtube.
I also made a youtube version of it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bk-Pt9qoNHo
If you want the mp3 version, click here: http://files.lpchip.nl/lpchip/LPChip%20-%20DS-10%20Spooky%20Forest.mp3