But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
an exercise in Editing in Band in a Box and mixing. It may cause you to have to visit the restroom
I like this. It sounds like Boards of Canada coming through particularly heavy static, perhaps. Maybe it's sunspots. The chord progression is absolutely lovely - I could listen to this sort of thing for hours and hours!
I must try to get sounds like this, so much you could do. ... i have no idea how you did it but it's tremendously inspiring .... it reminds me a tiny bit of early Brian Eno... Lovely effect, thank you so much..
I’ve only heard examples of “band” music from BiaB so far (blues, jazz, country, etc)... so I’m delighted to hear this type of tapestry as well.
Nicely done! A few chords suggest you could take the piece to a darker place if you wanted.
Kind of like the transitional scene from the willowy woodland creatures tending their flowers, to when the dragon awakens and burns all the things.
(“Secret society smiley thing”)
Very cool! relaxing and great job on mixing. 😁
This is so calming, love the sea sounds. I could imagine this with spoken word over the top, though not gentle ones, quite fast paced ones... eg “...and then I felt like I’d never felt before/and you said you’d heard, but I wasn’t so sure... Absurd - - - the word - - -...”
Haha....I love your liner notes. Yes, this is so peaceful and pleasant. That tiny rhythm really does make a difference, which I would not have thought of, I don't think. This sounds fun to write and satisfying to listen to. Well done!
Love the ambient sound! Has a very relaxing and peaceful feeling - refreshing quality that I really like. Nice!
The Wurlitzer Marching Band in Monsoon Season.
This has a nice susurration that suggests train travel to me.
It reminds me of a train trip I took across country many years ago. When I got home, for two days afterward, whenever i awoke in the night to go to the bathroom, I was still swaying from side to side as I walked down the hall, as if I were still on that train.