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    Video: working on a new tune

    I was working on a new tune and decided to record a bit of the process. I've edited it slightly thus lessening the length of the video, but it still ended up being 15 minutes of length
    The song is only a couple of days old, so prone text be changed quite a bit still (I tend to work on tracks for months...).

    Let me know what you think in all honesty

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    Sounds good. When i heard it the first thing i thought about was the song by Dido at the end of "No Good Deed". Not that it sounds like it but it just sounds like a tune that would be used at the end of a movie as the cameras pull away from the seen with a heavenly voiced female singer singer over the track. I dont know i think its film scorish to be honest. By the way what type of monitors are you using????????

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    I'll have a listen to that dido track, don't recall whether I've heard it or not. But indeed, it's a bit Scottish but, I do aim at a the the more ambient type music
    The monitor's I'm using are Krk Rokit's the round cornered 5 inches.
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    Nice! I love the originality of this just the screens on a black background, no words and just the Music as an artist works on it. Very cool dude!

    Thanks for sharing this with us!


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    Im using the same monitors but 6". Anyway lets get a finished product so we can all admire it.

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    Really like this sound Matt.

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    Mooie muziek, man.
    Ideal setting for making dark, warm sounding tunes.
    I like the reversed hats (or crash?) you're working on.
    You seem to nail it at the end; getting them on the right positions.
    Track will also do the trick on 170bpm imho
    Keep up the good work

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    The idea of doing the video as such is secretly inspired by "Hol Bauman", a true genius within the ambient experimental electronic stuff. Def. worth checking out if you're into the experimental. His album "Human" is a true masterpiece and one of the cd's i hold very close.

    Anyway thanks all!!
    I might do another video in time when the tune has progressed more

    @ Redmanmasonji: are the 6" inches the rounded versions as well? I thought they only came in 5', 8' and 13(?)'?

    @ RTFX: There's on reversed hat in there and one "clean" high pitched little hat, the rest are glitchy sound, a couple of em are chopped form a recording of the noise floor of my Behringer compressor and processed quite a bit.
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    This track is brilliant man!

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