Video: working on a new tune

Osmose

Reason Producer
I was working on a new tune and decided to record a bit of the process. I've edited it slightly thus lessening the length of the video, but it still ended up being 15 minutes of length :p
The song is only a couple of days old, so prone text be changed quite a bit still (I tend to work on tracks for months...).

Let me know what you think in all honesty ;)

 
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redmanmasonji

LR Member
Sounds good. When i heard it the first thing i thought about was the song by Dido at the end of "No Good Deed". Not that it sounds like it but it just sounds like a tune that would be used at the end of a movie as the cameras pull away from the seen with a heavenly voiced female singer singer over the track. I dont know i think its film scorish to be honest. By the way what type of monitors are you using????????
 

Osmose

Reason Producer
I'll have a listen to that dido track, don't recall whether I've heard it or not. But indeed, it's a bit Scottish but, I do aim at a the the more ambient type music ;)
The monitor's I'm using are Krk Rokit's the round cornered 5 inches.
 

Matt

Sonic Singularity
Staff member
Nice! I love the originality of this just the screens on a black background, no words and just the Music as an artist works on it. Very cool dude!

Thanks for sharing this with us!

 

RTFX

LR Member
Mooie muziek, man.
Ideal setting for making dark, warm sounding tunes.
I like the reversed hats (or crash?) you're working on.
You seem to nail it at the end; getting them on the right positions.
Track will also do the trick on 170bpm imho
Keep up the good work
 

Osmose

Reason Producer
The idea of doing the video as such is secretly inspired by "Hol Bauman", a true genius within the ambient experimental electronic stuff. Def. worth checking out if you're into the experimental. His album "Human" is a true masterpiece and one of the cd's i hold very close.

Anyway thanks all!!
I might do another video in time when the tune has progressed more ;)

@ Redmanmasonji: are the 6" inches the rounded versions as well? I thought they only came in 5', 8' and 13(?)'?

@ RTFX: There's on reversed hat in there and one "clean" high pitched little hat, the rest are glitchy sound, a couple of em are chopped form a recording of the noise floor of my Behringer compressor and processed quite a bit.
 
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