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Osmose
08-24-2015, 05:19 PM
Hey fella's!

I decided to finally make my ep public* (*contacted a few labels, but no proper responses so i had it on private at soundcloud for quite a while)

If you'd like, take a listen and tell me what you think. Ive given enough feedback and critism over here so it's about time i received my own :P

Peace


-- Below: the entire 4 track ep (22:27m) --

https://soundcloud.com/osmose-music/sets/fractals-ep

RTFX
08-25-2015, 09:09 AM
Flashback!
To those ambient parties I used to go to back in the days.
These tracks would really fit in!
From the first note, you can tell it's been produced with a lot of love, attention and effort.
Very well produced.
Every sound (drum, hats, synths, rhythms) seems like it has had it's own surgeon-like approach.
I can imagine you have spend quite some hours to even get that particular closed hat sounding like you had in mind.

One slightly downside is where or when to play these tracks for a bigger crowd.
I don't know about any ambient parties held anymore.
Or playing at massage-salons or any other places with body-to-body activities?
I'm not sure about that:)
I think the tracks would do very well for a certain type of moviescore or soundscapes for games.
But that's my opinion, eh?

The mastering was done very well.
No muddiness or very sharp high ends.
A very good job considering there were quite some low freqs which could compete in a negative way.
I think you could learn me a trick or two, to get that fresh, crisp sound.

Keep up the good work!
Don't have us waiting so long for a new track.
Or is it that good things are worth waiting for?
9/10, because knowing you a little bit, you would say there is always room for improvement:p

Osmose
08-25-2015, 09:50 PM
Thanks a lot mate! Ye I've put quite a bit if time in it indeed. I think I've worked on it extensively for about a year actually :p
Did some real meticulous work in it together with all lot of experimenting in terms of soundcrafting and mixing.

I don't no either were I could play this. I can't really label it either. A good thing one hand, a bad thing in the other.. haha
But time will tell I guess. Figured it was about time to get this out in the open since it has been about 8-9 months since I've finished it.

But, I've started working on a full length album of which I hope will find a label for. But well see..

I might do some tutorials one day, I believe I do have some tricks up my sleeve which are worth sharing. But that'll be something I would gotta sit done for to do it properly.

But in the meantime, if you were to run in some things were you'd like to get more out of and can't figure it out; I'd be glad to help ;)

Evening Warmth
08-27-2015, 12:35 AM
Very nice, has kinda that retro 80s undertone, but still sounds very fresh. I also like how balanced it sounds with nothing fighting for space and there's a great musicality around all of it. Would love to hear more from you. :)

Osmose
08-27-2015, 09:23 AM
Thanks man, really appreciate it!
I might share one or two tracks from the album I'm working on, think I need some feedback on the first one and the second one, well.. that one is just freaking awesome.. haha

djclone
09-01-2015, 02:27 AM
Very nice sound, very soothing.

Osmose
09-01-2015, 10:15 PM
Thanks man ;)




By the way, the ep is downloadable from bandcamp since of today. In Case anybody is interessted, here's the link:

https://osmose-music.bandcamp.com/album/fractals-ep