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things have been a little rough lately, but making music helps
That mournful cry, that rips me apart. Great use of feedback, I know how quickly that can get away from you. This helped me to de-stress from having to catch up from zero to five tracks this weekend. A journey for sure, through water and into silence.
The sense of width increases little by little, as the track slowly unfolds. The dim echoes become part of a broad wave. Then new harmonies set in and add colors to the soundscape. Lovely.
Great slow start to build up, like a distant storm arriving as a long drone, the added layer that builds blends well, great lush textures! All the best to feeling better and making more great sounds.
Lovely soundscape. The weird animal sounds (?) make me feel like im in a forest on some alien planet. Keep making this beautiful music. Like you, writing music has been therapeutic for me this year too.
The initial build on this is beautiful, the way the overtones build into this beautiful textured drone that then serves as a background to what sounds like half-heard conversation in another (nonhuman?) language. Definitely feels like good calming therapy.
This is beautiful, and the 10 minutes flew by. Difficult to breakdown analytically, but I'm in love with how hopeful it sounds, then the discordant notes try to battle through until those mega lush chords from halfway encompass everything. Some of the swells in this remind me of Adagio for strings at times. Did you design all the sounds in this? Those animals noises sound like they're not any animal in particular, similar to what Arca did on Bjork's newest
Without music creation therapy, I would probably sink into that deep black pit...I feel you! Nice therapy piece here. Could easily be the sound track for a sci fi movie.
This is so relaxing while still being interesting. I like the animal sounds, they almost sound kind of alien. I’m sorry things have been rough, hope they get easier.
Subtle, soothing, gently evolving, a very therapeutic listen.
Really interesting texture. I like how it gets smooth, just to get rough, then gets rough just to get smooth again. I enjoyed the movement of this piece.