Infinity Spheres II


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Download: https://midnightsocean.bandcamp.com/track/infinity-spheres

*updated again* Wasn't happy with the mix, so I'm re-uploading.

Created with Akai Tom Cat & Timbre wolf, Dreadbox NYX, Meinl bongos, Hugh Tracey kalimba, Roots Production Zenzula, Cmatmods analog phaser and logic pro.

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lol tht odd time signature.

I love how it feels really far away - the swells are really nice as well, although they feel a bit oppressive when they come in - maybe spreading them out a bit more would be nice - just a personal beef though - I am liking the music box like stuff going on in the background too.

It's all rather discordant sounding for sure.I really like when 2:12 kicks in, got some really cool melodies chiming along here - I still find those choirs are a bit too present though, love to see those pushed a bit farther back. I like the mystical feel you got going on - things tend to get a bit weird around 3:03 - feels like an alien fae type world where the laws of physics don't apply... like a world inside of Alice's head or something.

good job :)

-shawn (Chronamut)-

Midnights-Ocean responds:

I appreciate the 5 bruh. Thanks.

Was listening in the car the other day and yeah, the swells are a bit overwhelming. I left them that way intentionally because it felt like sitting on the beach getting waves rushing over you again and again. I admit that's probably not for everyone. Personal guilty pleasure I guess. I just love those swells. A -3db to -6db on them in the mix would probably put them back in your comfort zone. As far as discordant and weird, well, that's kinda my forte. Non-dissonant tuning. Ethereal. Floating. Mysterious. Thought provoking. You know, the stuff mostly missing in modern music. :/

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Jan 5, 2019
6:23 PM EST
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4 min 7 sec

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