#2
As I listen:

You've managed to create a pretty beautiful soundscape; it reminds me of early Explosions In The Sky. I think around the 4 minute mark, you could start using some soft percussion; a tambourine or shaker with some reverb and/or delay could maybe add a little more variation.

I wish I had more to say, but honestly, there's not much to criticize; this is very well done.

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#3
Was this created with a guitar? Or are you using synth pads as well? Cuz the textures are thick as fuuuu. Very milky/soupy which i like. They kind of grab a piece of your soul and trap you inside where you can't escape.

Since you obviously know what you're doing, the only thing I would work on is your story telling thru the rise and fall of the piece. Explosions do this a lot, where they get bigger and bigger and then climax at the 3/4 mark of the piece like a good orgasm. Sigur ros does this all the time as well. If you weren't going for that type of structure then forgive me.
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#5
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Was this created with a guitar? Or are you using synth pads as well? Cuz the textures are thick as fuuuu. Very milky/soupy which i like. They kind of grab a piece of your soul and trap you inside where you can't escape.

Since you obviously know what you're doing, the only thing I would work on is your story telling thru the rise and fall of the piece. Explosions do this a lot, where they get bigger and bigger and then climax at the 3/4 mark of the piece like a good orgasm. Sigur ros does this all the time as well. If you weren't going for that type of structure then forgive me.


Yep this was created with a guitar, huge amounts of reverb, Tube Screamer and volume pedal. And this piece is totally improvised XD
#6
I just realized you made this for the Extrospection group; hope to see your work again. I entered for the first time this month, I'm the most recent to be accepted (Our Sky Above, Your Fears Below).
#7
Very lush and floaty. I quite like it! I can't believe you made this with a guitar. It was very soothing. I could definitely imagine listening to this while doing homework, or perhaps during some kind of art-game. I actually quite ilke that it just drones on without a climax.

Hope you'll have a listen to our new song:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1644359