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    After being engaged in other fields of music for more years than I care to remember, my thoughts and compositions
    now turn to Ambient Music. A member in the introductions page asked where I'm going, does it sound like this one or that
    one known to the community, to be truthful I don't really know, I don't follow or copy anyone, so I hope members like what they
    hear and tell me if I'm heading in the right direction.



    JK.

  • #2
    Yes, I think you're heading the right direction! :listening: That is very lovely!

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    • #3
      Very relaxing and wonderful textures.

      My only critique would be that there were a few edits during the piece that might have been smoother, which were cutting the tails off the reverb. Otherwise it was a golden piece.

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      • #4
        I do like what I hear!
        We're in Daniel Lanois territory and that's certainly not a bad place to be
        https://soundcloud.com/westernskiesmotel
        https://westernskiesmotel.bandcamp.com/

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        • #5
          Yep, like it too.

          I did notice the edits aoVI mentioned but everything else was just lovely.
          Latest release: never to be repeated

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          • #6
            Originally posted by regonsch View Post
            I do like what I hear!
            We're in Daniel Lanois territory and that's certainly not a bad place to be
            yes, the H3000-ish pitched reverb reminded me of moments on Eno's Apollo (which would have been Lanois, most likely) or bits of Lanois' Belladonna album.

            I love guitar (of any style) ambient.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by aoVI View Post
              Originally posted by regonsch View Post
              I do like what I hear!
              We're in Daniel Lanois territory and that's certainly not a bad place to be
              yes, the H3000-ish pitched reverb reminded me of moments on Eno's Apollo (which would have been Lanois, most likely) or bits of Lanois' Belladonna album.

              I love guitar (of any style) ambient.
              Thank you all for coming to listen, its good to know I'm heading in the right direction.
              I will be more careful with edits in future.


              JK.

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