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First off the cuff I hope you enjoy this; it's not really my best work but I wanted to contribute to Newgrounds early and get into the swing of things. This is my first submission!
I was playing some Philip Glass in uni when I got down to making this so I kinda reckon there's a minimal feel to it. I didn't really base it on anything though, just went with the flow and let it all sort of come out. I don't know though! I'm trying to avoid over-pretentious descriptions in this bit... Oh... Who am I kidding...
At the time of writing this I was working with flute multiphonics: beat frequencies and the light/dark qualities of these multiphonics were ideas I wanted to play around with. Particularly the feelings you get from hearing them, kinda makes ya' shiver. So... the extensions on the chords are pretty close (the G sharp and A dissonance is quite pronounced) and when saturated with reverb shake a bit like a beat frequency; the music becomes a little blurry, however, as when it is solo piano there is a weird ambiguity between the actual beat and the beat frequency beat (makes quavers sound like semiquavers in the bits with the synths). The bass note does not change until right at the end, sort of minimal you reckon?
Also, the pulsing of the piano low-notes at the start remind me of multiphonics when you slide into them. Cool beans.
Hope you all like it!