I see what you did there :D
You used the bass drums to break that nice laid back beat in order to transition into the next part of the composition, smart. I view this piece as one of your more rhythmic concentrated pieces. The hi hats and bass drums and snares they all seem to have a different rhythm going, polyrhythmic basically. Perhaps you meant this polyrhythm as a symbolism referring to your title, traditional world music from tribes seem to contain polyrhythms, some of the more ritualistic and religious ones were percussion based only not following one rhythm...I may have swayed off topic and I'm sure you knew that. In some ways the main melody sounds so pleasing even in its dissonance it doesn't sound like something unpleasing, it sounds like it just fits. Ace stuff you got here, I'm curious on the process of creating the drum beat that starts around 2:45 did you by any chance used the phasing technique?
I based this on a viewing of some footage taking at stonehenge, narrated by scholarly types.
It was interesting to a degree cus a number of items displayed were claimed to be of indeterminate use even though they plainly appeared to be percussion instruments.
Anyhoo, glad you like.
The main synth was where all the labour was at in this one, though i did spend a good deal on the vocoded pad i made aswell.
The pattern after 2:45 is a variation of the first meant to emphasize the amount of delay used, so yeah i guess that qualifies as phasing :3
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