I find this to be pretty much one of the most relaxing and deep ambient tracks I've ever heard. I must admit that I find myself listening to this song practically every day, due to simply how relaxing and calming it is. The song is incredibly smooth and slow 'building' however this creates a perfect ambient/chill out track in my mind, and I honestly am in love with it. I honestly hope you'll continue to create such tracks, because I've really been enjoying this one!
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I'm glad you enjoyed this! It's comments like this that make this little hobby of mine worth it! Definitely keep looking at this channel, because I am not done yet!
hmmm... quite and peaceful...
So relaaaaxiiiing... nice job, Aye!
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I thank you.
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Sounds Gorgeous, did you use a sample from one of the FL Pad Loops?
Or did you create this pad on a VST? Sounds amazing, I love the peaceful feeling. The low sounds sound so soothing on the ears through speakers. When it starts creeping out of the cut filters it really tickles my ears. Love it overall though.
For the primary synth, I used a DreamPad called VintageBell, sparsed with another pad called OctoTones later in.
Of course, a lot of Parametric filters were used as well to alter the sound further. When FL Studio gives you lemons, you turn them into limes instead, unless you wanted lemons...
Excellent chord building! It's very smooth and relaxing... It makes me want to escape from the world. I mean, literally, it feels like outer space. :P
Again with the space XD.
Thank you for reviewing!
It's like you can almost feel and see the flow of energy with this song. Amazed.
Your amazement fuels my inspiration for another song!
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