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  • Polyslax - Suspension

    Abstract ambient with a vibe that moves from spacey to groove.


    https://soundcloud.com/polyslax/suspension



    Thanks to all who have a listen.

  • #2
    Very interesting! it has a very nice chill vibe to it.

    Great work!

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    • #3
      Dude, seriously!!!!!! How do you come up with such amazing material? At first I'm thinking of commenting on how good the beginning is and how I love all those digital glitches in the background...then the middle hits me with deep ambient percussion that has me drooling on my keyboard...and then the end is like some clockwork inspired insanity that drips with genius?!?!

      There, I commented on it all!!!!!!!!!! Brilliant Polyslax. :tu:
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      Space | Time | Matter

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      • #4
        The first part, neat the way the bell like tones kind of sit in the silence, except it's not complete silence, kind of the sound of air, intriguing, hard to explain. Quite unpredictable the way it progresses. Cool stuff.
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        • #5
          There are some marvelous sounds in the spacey part and interesting percussion in the groove part.

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          • #6
            Great track. Lots of mood shifts on here. I think my favourite part is the middle section with those long sustained notes.

            Good work :thumbsup:
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            • #7
              Thanks a bunch folks! I used the iPad app Samplr for all the spacey bits, including the deep reverb. Awesome app imo... if you've got an iPad, highly recommended... also updated today to support AdioCopy and AudioPaste as well as input recording and resampling.

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              • #8
                This is good and drew me further and further in the more I listened to it. It's one of those tracks that makes me want to listen again as I'm sure I missed something first time around.

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                • #9
                  Really enjoyed this- has a sort of "analog modular" sensibility in the percussive elements and clarity of tones... like robojam said, draws you in and invites repeated listens.
                  "Critics can’t stand these records, by and large, because in their search for eternal adolescence, they still want it all to be spunky and manic and witty."
                  -Brian Eno

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for the listen and kind words guys!

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                    • #11
                      Good track, develops nicely. I'm going to have to try Samplr.

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