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Apr 16, 2013 | 7:57 PM EDT
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9.7 MB
5 min 43 sec
4.15 / 5.00

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Rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

"Science on the Sphere" was originally designed to help school groups and visitors at the Space Foundation Discovery Center get in the scientific mood before a 3D education presentation of Science On A Sphere. Now it's here as my first audio submission! :D

Constructive criticism encouraged. ;)

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Software: Cakewalk Sonar X1 (Essential)

-Cakewalk: Rapture
-Native Instruments: Prism
-Native Instruments: Session Strings
-Native Instruments: Maschine Drum Selection
-Native Instruments: Skanner

Hardware: PreSonus AudioBox USB

ISRC: QM-K74-12-00005

Note: Also created "cover" art



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You're going to want to listen to that Lapse guy. He knows his stuff.

This really is great the quality is superb and the pacing of the song is fantastic. Holy cow.. it just gets better and better the more I listen to it the better it gets.. This is absolutely great.

Ultran responds:

Thanks much.

I definitely discovered some fantastic musicians here recently, and am hoping to dig deeper and post some good karma this weekend. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, I guess this one is pretty solid as being your first submission. And it serves it's purpose I can imagine.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it. I need to find my space sims now :)

Ultran responds:

Glad it inspired scientific endeavors. ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Overall: Good sounding mix, man.

I dig all the ambient elements, naturally. I'm a man of ever-changing percussion (usually)...but you had a good grove in this with some good moments of pure ambiance to break up the percussive segments. I also dig the hat rhythms throughout.

Great first submission!

Ultran responds:

Thanks for the kind words.

This piece started with a small percussion experiment, which evolved into a song (but looking at it now, I can see that the percussion didn't evolve much at all). A friend did help me remove percussion in areas, freeing up the song a bit. I'll definitely aim to mix it up more on the next piece. Thanks for mentioning! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey sounds very professional =)

I will never reach this symbiosis with drums and ambient or maybe modern classic

Maybe I would go deeper with the chords but fortunately there are other composers like you which inspire me as well

Well done

Cheers Sema

Ultran responds:

Thanks for the great feedback. Working with chords more has actually been on my mind recently. I appreciate you bringing it up!