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Description : 180 BPM ambient drum n cell. Melodic electric cello playing over dnb drums (all fast except for one 30 sec section). Drums are all manipulated loops. No acoustic drums so also no cymbals, just for a change. Various synths, plus some interesting sample-based sitar parts in the second half. A fun, far out track that feels like it should be deeper and better. Let me know what you think, good or bad.

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  1. Wisemanlynnjr
    Wisemanlynnjr on Sat 21st Dec 2019 - 1 year ago

    This was really great I like the medley with that guitar I assume it was but yeah great music brah take care

  2. victorhaaning
    victorhaaning on Fri 25th Jan 2019 - 2 years ago

    I like the feel of the track. The spaceyness and mysteriousness compliment the drums quite well. I would personally tone down the violin sound, and put some high end EQ on it, to make it sound more pleasant. The sampling and the alien really immersive you into the song, and just ends up sounding interesting. Good job :D

  3. ClickbaitCabaret
    ClickbaitCabaret on Tue 22nd Jan 2019 - 2 years ago

    Excellent track! I'm a bit of an ADD case & I listened to the whole thing. So that's really good. It reminds me of something by TuxedoMoon or Death in Vegas. (I love both) so you're in great company with this to my ears. Outstanding work sir!!!

  4. visur
    visur on Wed 9th Jan 2019 - 2 years ago

    so cool

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Thanks very much.

  5. WhiteAcid16
    WhiteAcid16 on Sun 6th Jan 2019 - 2 years ago

    wonderful, love it!

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Thanks very much.

  6. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sun 6th Jan 2019 - 2 years ago

    Hi, Nomad. I understand your concern about developing a more powerful ending. But from my perspective as a fresh listener I can totally understand how the track winds down with an improvised feeling over a steamy, India flavor groove. I love the sounds and your arrangement. Great to hear a track of yours again after some time off the site. Regards, Dan

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Thanks again for your appreciation.

    The ending just isn't good enough. A bit of wind down but nothing definitive or particularly interesting. Good endings are hard to do!

    Yes, I'm not on the site much these days because of a serious drop in my musicality and ability to produce decent music. I think I only uploaded 4 tracks last year.

    Thanks for the thoughts.

  7. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Sun 23rd Dec 2018 - 2 years ago

    Hi StaticNomad,

    First i was curious to listen to this track when i saw "drum'n'bass". I didn't be desapointed: a melt between modern and ethnic... how i love the injection of oriental sounds in the second part!! this track is a real artistic performance! And the contrast between this energetic rhythm that turns 180bpm and the instruments that release a more aerial atmosphere, more vaporous, personally I love!
    PS: you noticed this time i wrote in english :)

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Merci pour les mots anglais!

    Yes, a nice meeting of modern and ethnic here. The oriental sounds (different sitars) in the second half are a fun surprise. Maybe I could have put some in the first half but it wasn't really necessary.

    Merci encore, Monsieur le Bleep!

  8. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Sun 23rd Dec 2018 - 2 years ago

    Answering your question :) I think is well, moreover it is interesting!

    Reply by StaticNomad


    Glad you found it interesting.

  9. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Sun 23rd Dec 2018 - 2 years ago

    "Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream, and listen to the color of your dreams" (excerpts from Tomorrow Never Knows).

    The last song on the Beatles Revolver album was the first psychedelic rock music track ever recorded. How crazy it must have been for teens in 1966 to hear that for the first time. Of course like most of what the Beatles did, it laid the groundwork and inspired others to follow their example.

    By chance have you been hanging out on Carnaby street, hanging out at the Indica bookshop reading Timothy Leary, listening to Ravi Shankar and/or experimenting with LSD? (Ha ha) I would probably (hopefully) guess no, but listening to your music one could easily make the connection to the mystical and mind expansion era and nature from which it originates. Definitely a cool track here, with some interesting and wonderful sound composition. The synth work is amazing throughout especially those crazy modulated notes beginning around 3:45. I really dig the latter section of the track where you slow the tempo with the sitar. How are you doing the bass under that? That's some groovy shit bro. Whose doing anything on this level ? Wow. I don't know what Alien is making reference to but I'm not hearing it.

    Your such an innovative artist man. You could actually be the fifth Beatle, well I guess it would be the 6th Beatle (Pete Best original drummer). I mean your in the right spot there in London. By the way have you ever seen or actually met Paul or Ringo? I'm sure they would seriously dig your music.

    Love it bro, keep them coming man !

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Psychedelic Christmas greetings!

    I am not in fact the sixth Beatle, mostly because I was born 10 years after they disbanded. I’m sure if I’d been born 20 years before, I would have been in the group, probably teaching them how to make psychedelic drum n cell. Not sure how I would have knocked out dnb beats back in the 60s but I’d have found a way.

    There’s almost a ‘big beat’ (I mean the dance genre) drum sound on the exceptional Tomorrow Never Knows, which is still one of the greatest and most futuristic pieces of music ever recorded.

    Unsurprisingly, I’ve never met Paul or Ringo. The latter has lived in the US for years and speaks with what you might call a mid-Atlantic accent. Half English (Liverpudlian accent) and half American, especially when he says “and”. Would they like my music? No idea. They’d probably think it was at least OK, maybe nothing more. They might not appreciate the lack of vocals. We should find a way to ask them.

    I’ve been to Carnaby Street a few times but I don’t know if it’s considered cool or interesting anymore. But I can tell you that it’s virtually impossible to lock up a bike up to anything there. There’s not much pavement space and no bike racks so I had to lock the bike up elsewhere, then head back in. Amazing story, eh?

    This track still annoys me though it was fun to make, mostly in only a few days. It was made out of leftover parts from the last one, Seeds Of New Sins, so shares some of the same sounds (and drum loops). The “crazy modulated notes beginning around 3:45” synth came from that track though it sounds totally different in there and isn’t playing fast, arpeggiated patterns.

    “How are you doing the bass under that?”

    The answer is: very easily. There’s just one synth bass sound in the whole track so I just keep the bass going from the previous dnb sections, changing very little.

    “Whose doing anything on this level ?”

    Not really one for me to answer. Only me? 10 million others? Jimi Hendrix at his laptop in musical heaven? I have no idea.

    “I don't know what Alien is making reference to but I'm not hearing it.”

    I don’t really know what the hell I’m doing with mastering and fiddled about for quite a while with this. I know very little about EQ so just do my best with what my ears tell me.

    The last 30 secs or so of this aren’t really good enough. They should be bigger and better and more memorable but I couldn’t find a way.

    But I did enjoy the sitar stuff, celling it up and the dnb beats and am glad to hear you liked it so much.

    Thanks again!

    P.S. I have never taken LSD but I do own a sitar though it is merely collecting dust in my attic.

  10. Alien
    Alien on Thu 20th Dec 2018 - 2 years ago

    Just do one track at a time with the eq. cut what's not necessary or used by another track.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Thanks but I don't entirely understand the advice you're giving me.

    I'm saying that I take all the channels of the mix, group them together and put them through one limiter, which then goes to the master out of the project. The limiter may be what is causing the problem.

  11. Alien
    Alien on Thu 20th Dec 2018 - 2 years ago

    I like the track, what I would suggest is some eq on the bass, the track is a little muddy imho.
    Some more technically inclined friends here may chime in with some more details :)

    Reply by StaticNomad


    Yes, I may well have put too much limiting on the track, hence the muddiness. I'll try to go back and see if I can fix this. I wanted it loud and powerful but maybe I should take that limiting off entirely.

    I'm not sure.

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