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Atmospheric techno
Old 19th June 2017
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Atmospheric techno

Recently i started to experiment with atmospheric sounds and pads, so this is what came out. what do you guys think?



Old 19th June 2017
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Enjoyed that. Nice listening. Thanks for posting.

Reminds me of a few things. Somewhere between tracks my friend used to make, and more laid back sections of Son Kite.
Old 19th June 2017
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Athmospheric Techno?
Ooh, you mean Trance!
:D
Old 19th June 2017
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Enjoyed that. Nice listening. Thanks for posting.

Reminds me of a few things. Somewhere between tracks my friend used to make, and more laid back sections of Son Kite.
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Athmospheric Techno?
Ooh, you mean Trance!
:D
haha no no, I wouldn't call it a trance
Old 19th June 2017
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I believe it has influences of both and it sounds good. Great work!
Old 20th June 2017
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I believe it has influences of both and it sounds good. Great work!
thank you
Old 20th June 2017
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Sitter, you've achieved what others don't seem to grasp: minimalistic and melodic. I really like the subdued bass drum - it's there but not overwhelming the song. And good flow throughout both tracks.

BTW, what did you use to make this? Software?
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Sitter, you've achieved what others don't seem to grasp: minimalistic and melodic. I really like the subdued bass drum - it's there but not overwhelming the song. And good flow throughout both tracks.

BTW, what did you use to make this? Software?
Thank you for this kind words .

Yes, Ableton
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