Description : A recut of Indiantechno7 stripped of Indian and crazy elements. This one has a new age feel with hints of techno and trance. Track largely based on futureanalysis' unusual pellas. Comments welcome.

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  1. shrama
    shrama on Thu 1st Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    calssic

  2. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Tue 12th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Nice intro. It has a prog house kind of feel to it. That vocal is ace as well as is the melody. It reminds me a little of Orbital. The sampling is really cool and for some reason i'm wishing i was stoned listening to this. Perhaps it's because it's a really nice floaty track. I'm digging that percussion/piano combo going on in the final part.
    Cool as mate.
    FR

    clindsay
    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for your kind and detailed comments FR - much appreciated.
    -clindsay

  3. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Tue 13th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Interesting project aside from the first cut. I've heard others use that same voice and I know good tones can be achieved with its usage which is what I hear happening here. The beginning does show a pathway, when the unexpected vocals meet up along the way the path breaks into two. Straying from the original road immediately the music meets up down that way. About half way in the music starts taking control and showing quite a scene of imagination. Can picture this as a soundtrack by how it builds and releases. A lot of good ideas mixed in the second half. This sound does seem one is able to see the views in the ones eyes. Good job and thanks for sharing. Peace,Dave

    clindsay
    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks Dave - I really appreciate your comments and the analysis of the song. This one is probably my favorite and there is a bit of lucky alchemy in it. The challenge was including all the ideas and tying them together. I have a another mix I'll probably post at some time in the near future. Again, thanks for listening.
    -clindsay

  4. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 22nd Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    "thanks for taking the time to really analyze the track. This is very helpful and is the reason I've posted on this site".

    No problem. That's why I post stuff here - to get a variety of perspectives as it does get lonely making music alone. That's why I like to give decent analysis - it's what I hope for on my own stuff but, sadly, only get from a few people.

    I don't necessarily doubt my views on my work - it's just interesting and stops you going a bit mad to get some other views as everyone's got a different take on things. I don't agree with all of them but am happy enough to hear them. Some can be surprisingly insightful and even occasionally give me some new ideas.

    "I played this for a friend and he thought the vocals were a flute"

    They're strange and unusual for sure but I can't say they're quite that flute-like.

    "2:47 may be harder to transition smoothly since it departs somewhat radically from the tone of the preceding phrase"

    There are always multiple ways to make any transition better and/or smoother. Sometimes if I've got something that's just really awkward what I'll do is make a fill/transition that is really dynamic and a bit extreme to distract the listener from the change going on underneath.

    A big drum fill, turning up the reverb, adding distortion - whatever works (maybe all of them). I'm not sure if that's quite what you need here; I just mention it as an example.

    Good luck with this as you have something good and interesting here.

  5. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 19th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    I love what you have done with this. You have taken electronic music to a new level of creativity.
    wow..nice work!

  6. Prelude
    Prelude on Sat 15th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    wow a man has sung this ?
    what an unbeievable !
    anyway this is really nice and sweet .
    i really liked this .
    especially in seconds phrase of music everything sounds really good for me .
    i also think you can add flutes or old shako to this composition in first section too .
    thank you very much for sharing this beautifull track.
    :)

  7. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi. I'm surprised to read that this a guy si nging. Surely it's been re-pitched?

    No way he can sing like that naturally, no?

    It is a rather good and weird vocal. I think you should add some more words to your description about the vocal as it is unusual, especially coming from a man.

    This is all well put together and creative. Lots of beauty here, especially on 2:13. Vocal there really working like strings or a pad. Great ambience.

    I like this track the more I listen to it.

    2:47 it cuts off awkwardly so you could definitely fix that and make it smoother. Especially as it's quite a smooth track.

    Flute is cool and suits the vibe. Good return of the vocal after that.

    Very final ending is a bit abrupt. Needs to fade out more smoothly.

    You've managed to fit quite a lot of activity in only 4.5 mins so well done. Even though it's only using loops, they're well assembled.

    clindsay
    Reply by clindsay

    Wow - thanks for taking the time to really analyze the track. This is very helpful and is the reason I've posted on this site.

    Yes, futureanalysis is male and yes it has been repitched. His pellas are unique and interesting to say the least. I played this for a friend and he thought the vocals were a flute. I use his vocals in several of my tracks because they have good tonal quality an are easily chopped.

    2:47 may be harder to transition smoothly since it departs somewhat radically from the tone of the preceding phrase but I can definitely adjust the ending.

    Again, thank you for listening and for your helpful and insightful comments.
    -clindsay

  8. ElenaSatine
    ElenaSatine on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    very cool !amaziiing!
    i am in love with such musics.
    begining is a bit strange but everything goes better when you ride on beats .
    were you singing this ?
    i loved vocal in this one very much .
    Elena

    clindsay
    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for listening - I appreciate your comments.

    The vocals were from futureanalysis. His (yes it is a he)are very versatile and easy to work with. The beginning (there have been many) is designed to create a surprise when you hear the lyric. An alternate with an Indian subtext can be heard on Indiantechno7 which was the first cut of this track. Give it a listen.

    Again, thank you for your comments.
    -clindsay

  9. danke
    danke on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    chill out is the genre but this progressive synth music from the best...i like all of the harmonies and the groovies in the song...super work...Danke

  10. Billydragon1
    Billydragon1 on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    You are very versatile! I can hear 6 different tracks on their own all merged into this one big track. Futureanalysis's vox however is holding everything together. Love the intro with that clap instrument too. Blessings. - Mr.B

    clindsay
    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for your kind comments.

    I think this track has too many ideas but I can't kill the babies - I just keep trying to make them get along.

    There are probably 6 versions of this with different cohesion issues - this one was the most thematically uniform. Again thanks.

    -clindsay

  11. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    I love it when I find imaginative stuff like this clindsay...its a great combination of musical elements that you have married together so well...really like the outro part in particular...great job....keep on...Ed

  12. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very progressive sounding track with pleasing vocals! Excellent job, I must say!

    Respect___Orlando

  13. evilarmy83
    evilarmy83 on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 6 years ago

    Cool track!

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