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Wrote it for a friend.

It's a bit like those short bridging tracks on the Boards of Canada albums.

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Nice

I love Boards of Canada. This is really great and sounds very similar.

Yes.

I've always loved the sound of this synth.
Reminds me of Mind Bug, and Glass Eye.
I always have very intricate visions when I listen to your music.
Maybe I just put to much meaning behind the songs, or maybe they mean just as much as I think they do.
But whatever it is you do, all of your songs touch my heart.
Thank you for always giving me something great it listen to!
-Aaron.

VegetarianMeat responds:

Thanks for enjoying my stuff :D

In this song there's two different synths playing actually, although it pretty much just sounds like the one. Basically I made another, 'version' of that synth with some experimentation. You can hear a solo version of it in my other song, 'creek.'

Sweet

Those Boards of Canada short bridging tracks tend to be my favorites, so naturally I really like this song. The pad is amazing. What synth are you using for it? The drums were interesting, although I'd suggest cutting out some of the lows so they are less muddy. Great work :)

VegetarianMeat responds:

Good idea, I made the mistake of not listening to it on my speakers before I finished it up (I use my headphones most of the time).

As for the pad, Absynth - probably my favorite vst to work with.

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Uploaded
Jul 8, 2009
5:06 PM EDT
Genre
Ambient
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2.3 MB
2 min 1 sec

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