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Forming Waterpout – Depressurized

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After the success of Sand Shanty, reclusive multi-billionaire Moz Quilson commissioned this album for his deep sea underwater science habitat. Studies showed that when the scientists and visitors must make the bi-weekly trip in the submersible to the research station, it was conducive to play music, so Mr. Quilson wanted an album created specially for this purpose.

There were some complications because Dairy Tade insisted that we visit the habitat on multiple occasions to receive the full experience. Eventually, we opted to install a control room in one of the laboratory sections and send the signal back to the main recording studio at the Tade Dairy Farms.

https://stephenlucas.bandcamp.com/album/depressurized

I strive to use all open source or personally programmed synths in my music – PureData/Max and Ardour, while playing my lead parts in on my M-Audio Axiom 61. I create all of my 3D album art in Blender.

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This is a really interesting song! It defiantly creates an ocean ambiance without any sounds or samples of the ocean, and you can really let your mind drift when you listen to it.

There beginning does have quite a rough start, but besides that my only complaint is that it isn't longer. Great Work!

LiveAtBrussels responds:

Thanks for the review! I'm glad the ocean theme showed through for your listening. This track is part of a concept album so without the transition from the previous track, that might be why the beginning sounds a bit rough but I'm glad you liked it overall.

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Sep 3, 2017
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5.9 MB
2 min 52 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.