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Offline Sam_Zen

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[Analog] Moonboat (OGG)
« on: October 21, 2006, 01:06:58 »
In the flow, another analog one. This time I call this a rhythmless piece. Not making a song but a structure.
Moonboat. 4:28 (excerpt).
Rhythmless, because every element has its own kind of repetition in this.
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[Analog] Moonboat (OGG)
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2006, 15:02:54 »
Great. I thought: "I wonder how the pattern data of this one looks like" - but this is not a track based on pattern data if I understood your description correctly.

No rhythm, you say? I am almost able to hear a rhythm like pattern which is slightly reminiscent of a motor bike starting. The reverb feel to many of the sounds provides for a nice atmosphere. Combined with those desperate sounding pitch-increasing sounds this becomes a nice experience.

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« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2006, 02:10:16 »
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this is not a track based on pattern data if I understood your description correctly

Right. Analog synth plus tape recorder.
But if I think about it, this construction could be translated to a tracker module also.
Because all sounds have some repetitive character, although each with their own pause duration with silence.

The idea behind this was, (that's why the title) to create an environment on a far away planet, sitting in a boat,
on a river, with a jungle around. But every element sounds quite different, the water, the crocodiles, the birds, etc.
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