January 16, 2009


Filed under: ambient,brass,Composition,drums & bass — steve @ 10:49 am

The little green men are inside your head, busily re-programming your brain to make everything appear serene. No matter how hard you fight it resistence is futlie – you will be rectified. “Vox Gothic” from Creative/E-MU soundfont; tubular bells from Garritan Personal Orchestra; [edited] drums from Jamstix; and, vibraphone, sax and bass from Independence 1.5…

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  1. Very nice. I like that I don’t quite know where you’re going to be next. Plus the sax sounds very VERY real – as rare as it is. How’d you get that. Long notes are always tricky so there was a bit of looping within the held note. We’re a bit bassy my side overall here. You could knock a little of that off with EQ methinks. But very nice. Very jazz-mystery genre-wise. Drums are excellent aren’t they?

    Comment by Edwin James Lynch — December 24, 2009 @ 11:28 am

  2. It does sound very bassy listening to the MP3 – and the hihat and cymbals aren’t coming out as well which is what I was aiming to correct in the first place… odd, will look at it again in Cubase. The sax samples are just some of the excellent sounds in Independence – gets a bit limiting at times with the number of samples, but what they provide is very good.

    Comment by steve — December 24, 2009 @ 12:09 pm

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