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  • Ambient Mechanics - Dark Night Of The Soul (Granular Soundscape)

    EDIT: Cleaning out my SoundCLoud account, so links may not work for a while.
    Last edited by Ambient Mechanics; 06-07-2013, 10:31 AM.

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    Oh my goodness.

    This piece is simply stunning. Halfway though is total bliss for me. I had no idea that "ambient" could do such a thing! Are you kidding me? Really great stuff my man.

    Love all the vocal sounds coming in and out...don't even know how you achieved this effect. Talk about a song that begs for a tutorial video...this would be my vote.

    Cheers and again, superb work.

    -S1gns
    Synphaera Records
    Space | Time | Matter

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      Originally posted by S1gnsOfL1fe View Post
      Oh my goodness.

      This piece is simply stunning. Halfway though is total bliss for me. I had no idea that "ambient" could do such a thing! Are you kidding me? Really great stuff my man.

      Love all the vocal sounds coming in and out...don't even know how you achieved this effect. Talk about a song that begs for a tutorial video...this would be my vote.

      Cheers and again, superb work.

      -S1gns
      Thanks for that, S1gns..nice of you to say that, man..much appreciated! :blush:

      I find with Ambient v0.3, it's a case of "riding the dials"..meaning you have to move them kind of in sync with the tempo and general flow of the sound file you first imported into the program, in order to get the best results. Obviously, it also depends a lot on which part of the file you chose to work with in the first place, but with a little experimentation you will usually find you end up with something worthwhile for your efforts.

      Regarding doing a tutorial video..that's not my area at all, man..nonono:..wish it was, but I'm total crap at anything like that. :blush: The best I can do for anyone who is interested in this software is to suggest they get it and mess around with it for a while..it really is addictive once you start using it, so be warned! Plus, it's a real steal at only £10 UK..around $15 US.

      http://www.audiobulb.com/create/Ambient/AB-Ambient.htm

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      One last point..I've found it is VERY IMPORTANT that you "listen" to what you are doing, a you are doing it. I know that sounds like an obvious thing you would do..but I mean that listening is really a big part of using this tool to great effect. If you pay attention to the tack you are working with, you will soon find you "get a feel" for the sound and be able to work the dials to best effect.

      Hope this helps some of you. :blush:
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