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pachelbel plank-spanking fawmtronica partwork
I figured, what the Hell. I've passed 14 so I'm not hunting numbers on this. I've put the whole thing up as one track.
Dark, ominous and foreboding to start. Definitely ready for the groove to kick in at the 30 second mark. Sweeping wind feel going back and forth on the LFO throughout gives an airiness to the build-up. Once the dirty bass and horns kicks in, feels like more of Sonic level, like Metal Groove Zone or something. I couldn't follow all the way to the end, there's so much here.
WOW! Way to rock out on Pachelbel! This was an awesome production and definitely gave the chair a workout!
Pretty impressive and epic to hear this all like this! Really like how you mix live instrumentation- your guitar playing especially- with programmed elements, which isn't easy to do.
What an extraordinary ride... Love how everything flows together so seamlessly. Yes I know it's all underpinned by that pachabel progression, but still it take tha mad skillz to get the glue right.
This song takes off the runway gradually with that arpeggiated synth, and then by the time the bass first comes in I think we're halfway to cruising altitude. Yes, the Pachelbel progression lifts up into the clouds with the acoustic at 3:10, finally breaking through to sunlight with a chorus of electric guitars. This takes me over some impressive sights! I can see the Castle cliffside (unless I am mistaking it for another castle), but then at 5:02 there are some dark clouds churning up waves ahead so it's time to plot an alternate course.
By 6:50 night has suddenly fallen and the plane is back over land, a large city lit up below like a rave. At 9:00 some mysterious sounds... I think I'm descending, HAH! There's the pilot talking to the tower! 😁 Well I guess I should have expected that from the title all along!
This was a great flight. I almost wanted to listen to each part and comment separately, but I usually have 10-12 songs open in other tabs to listen to and I am easily distra
Masterful stuff my friend!
This is so interesting as it moves from section to section, seamlessly when you listen to it all at once like this.
I will try it out a few times today for its chair-yogability and report back !
Loved it !
Well pachelbeled, Mr. Dragondreams! This is such a colourful and varied musical trip - I really enjoyed it!
I listened to all 5 movements as you posted them. I'm so glad I came back to listen to the entire piece. You take us on a journey here and the implied narrative is complete and so satisfying. The Air traffic chatter at the end is the perfect punctuation. It leaves you with the impression that you have just flown somewhere.
I would love to play the whole piece to some of my classes, but 10 1/2 minutes is a very long time to hold the attention of some 8 year olds.
Thanks for a great ride-- It was lovely to get an inside view of your process as this came together.