24th Apr 2010 09:57 - 14 years ago
Description : It's been a long time since I posted a track.

I wanted to go with something very spacey. Huge sci-fi fan, from anime to cheesy 60's B movies. I didn't want something all dystopian. It's been done. So, I kinda thought I would make something about a lonely space traveler. I named the track after the Voyager I space satellite. The 'Voyager' in my head(vision?) was just an astronaut. But, he watches the earth die. The last person alive scenario. Hard to imagine what the last person alive would have in his head....

Track Detail - Sequenced in Reason 4. Nothing on this is a real instrument. The intro pad is a weird little Malstrom patch with a envelope filter and chorus. The chorus module is cv modulated non synced so its kind of wild. The first pluck instrument is a Koto. It's not played the way it should so it sounds more like an acoustic guitar. The violins are a Mellotron patch. The acoustic guitar isn't a preset patch but was made using Reason's other presets. I like that patch. Could of tried recording a guitar but I found that mock up to be alright. Other sounds were some weird modulated textures made with Thor. Drums were just samples that were filtered and pitched to fit. Kick and snare played off my Axioms pads. Hats were in a Redrum module.

Listen and enjoy. If you don't like it, leave me violent feedback lol. Cheers :D

Comments (20)

If you have time take a listen and give MCHN some feedback.

Salook 31st Mar 2011 00:05 - 13 years ago
This is a cracking piece of cinematic music, definitely captures an elevated and drifting feeling, space is a lonely place for the Omega astronaut...great visual track, faved and a definite download, great track to unwind to, thanks for sharing, will be sure to check out more of your musical offerings. cheers.
MCHN replied Unknown
Sorry for the late reply. Thanks for coming by and listening. The Omega Astronaut, where the hell was that title when I was working on this track lol. I'm sure if I rip off Matheson someone might be on to me. Thanks for the review, Cheers :D
n0mad23 28th Mar 2011 23:06 - 13 years ago
I love that you used something "non-Western" for the melody intro. I like it when it's not assumed to be a NASA reality. And I really dig how if you listen closely, you can here the MIDI - reflects that dynamic evolution of music and technology utterly appropriate in this context.

Haunting, and provocative. So glad I came by to check out your work!

Added to favorites. Thanks!
MCHN replied Unknown
Sorry for the late reply n0mad, sent ya an email earlier regarding the BondVaga Satellite track. I haven't heard this song in such a long time that I forgot about the Koto. Like most, if not all stringed instruments, midi doesn't do it justice. I don't know when I heard a real koto for the first time. I remember a song by Dave Brubeck that may of had a koto. I also watched alot of anime and samurai/ninja/kung-fu movies that might of had some koto stuff. Whenever I heard it though, it was just an awesome sound. Wish I owned a real one though.

Thanks for checking it out and sending me the video link also. Cheers :D
FineRedMist 15th Oct 2010 06:35 - 13 years ago
This one is amazing too you must keep it up its really amazing stuff. great work!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thank you for all the reviews man. Really appreciate it. I'll have a drop by your page and return the favor. Cheers :D
Mrbillionx 13th Oct 2010 13:12 - 13 years ago
yeah lonely space traveler tracks have been done too.
sort of sounds like that hitchhikers guide to the galaxy kinda thing.

Its all been done before
MCHN replied Unknown
Yea the track 'Major Tom' always comes to mind quick on this. Theme wise I think man-kind has run the course(war,death,happiness etc..) but music wise, still has alot of ideas left untapped. Not from me though lol. Cheers and thanks for the review.
DJMudDuk 1st Oct 2010 02:11 - 13 years ago
Totally digging this track man. You have accomplished the spacey feel you were looking for.... kinda like im on a planet in another galaxy or star system, just trying to make ends meet. Keep on making sick music!!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thank you for the review :D
SweeneyMusic 21st Sep 2010 18:43 - 13 years ago
I actually got goosebumps listening to this. You are truly a maestro at making music!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review. Haven't heard from ya in a minute. I gotta go take a listen to some of you new stuff you got up. Cheers and thanks man :D
JohnBoutilier 18th Sep 2010 23:15 - 13 years ago
Thank you for allowing us to listen to this very beautiful piece. Not much else to say.

All The Best

MCHN replied Unknown
Thank you for the review and kind words. Cheers :D
ReignStorms 18th Sep 2010 04:51 - 13 years ago
Phft- How could someone not like this? This is beautiful. So sad. Def. achieved what you set out to accomplish in this. I can see someone watching the world be destroyed and the emotions that would play across their face. Well done.
MCHN replied Unknown
Thank you for the review and fav. Yea the situation in the song is one I think about alot. It's done alot in movies and in books, so I figured I would try a track. I also have to say the Major Tom character kinda played a bit in my head. Bowie and his influence lol. Thanks for the review :D
CrashTheSystem 1st Jul 2010 21:18 - 14 years ago
this is an AMAZING cinematic track. Im a big sci fi fan myself so this is just perfect, the way the guitar matches so perfectly with the synth lines and everything was just spectacular. With your permission i'd like to use this song for a video. Keep em comin!

Peace Love Jesus!
MCHN replied Unknown
Hey, Thanks for the kind words. Yea your free to use it if you like. If you want a HQ .wav or a higher bitrate MP3 just let me know. Cheers and thx for the review :D
Planetjazzbass 6th Jun 2010 06:02 - 14 years ago
Hehe..I just read it was a Koto!..irrespective of that it suits perfectly, again superb piece. :)
MCHN replied Unknown
Haha, yea that koto has a great sound for being hyper sampled. It comes from the Kontakt Super Asia or Secret Asia sound set. Bit of time to take it and put it into Reason, but worth the effort I guess. Hopefully one day I may come across a real koto at a decent price. Till then vst's and sound sets will do lol. Cheers and thanks again for the review :D
Planetjazzbass 6th Jun 2010 05:52 - 14 years ago
Aaah..this is excellent ..getting that close to the bridge hard playing sound on the acoustic guitar to match the opening SciFi effects was brilliant...a seamless transition into the synth pads and viola we have lift off..At the moment I'm following a superb series "Voyage to the Planets" on television ,so this track comes as a very poignant backdrop for those epic sound scape you've portrayed,but with the humanness that makes it all that more breathtaking and fragile...fantastic work! cheers planet :)
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review and kind words. I will have to check out that show. Sounds right up my alley. Cheers and thanks for the review :D
Gsusfrk 1st Jun 2010 19:37 - 14 years ago
Very well done track man! Although, there were parts of the song that I thought were happy... where I didn't understand because if I were to see the earth die... I wouldn't know what to do. Yet, the good and bad moments I'd probably think of, so I suppose it was appropriate. The instruments were exceptionally well used, and worked in every setting. Definetely put myself in the position of Spok on the recent Start Trek movie where his planet is consumed by the red liquid black hole.
I enjoyed this man, well done! Keep it up!
In fact, I'm going to fav it... props bruv.
MCHN replied Unknown
Hey, thanks for the review and fave. I can see how some of the sounds, the acoustic and poly synths mostly, have really happier tones. Though, I never actually thought about the character looking back at happier time. Kinda fits in my head more. The Spock reference is really cool. Forgot about that scene lol. Thanks and Cheers :D
ChaseManhattan 23rd May 2010 20:51 - 14 years ago
i noticed you listened to my track bad timing thanks a lot!

well anyways im listening to this and it is very awesome because i think of space as the final frontier! this beat is like a space cowboy song! the strings are amazing and it sounds very professional. loving this one! my name is chase by the way nice to meet you!

a new fav
MCHN replied Unknown
Hey thanks for listening. Was wondering how I knew your name was Chase lol. I have the mp3 of your track 'Bad Timing', the name is in the id tag. Nice to meet you Chase, and thanks again for the review. Cheers :D
SixFingeredMan 5th May 2010 21:51 - 14 years ago
Very nice. I could almost hear a nice bass line playing along to it in my head as well as a some Timpani being played to push home the emotion a bit more. Of course there are some other things I might do to it personally but as it stands now, it is a great song.
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review. At one point there was a very basic bassline that was just a D# chord(D# G A#)arpeggio. Didn't fit well. Kinda pushed the drums away. Timpani is a great idea. Might have a go with that. Cheers :)
karl36 1st May 2010 13:46 - 14 years ago
nice music!
big up !
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review :)
bobbybooth 1st May 2010 10:31 - 14 years ago
your description actually really sets the mood well! nice accessible piece. each segment is wonderfully weaved in. Cant believe that guitar is not played live! sounds fantastic. really nice work
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review. Yea, midi guitars usually don't sound to good, but layered on top they fit really well. Cheers :)
ALXSIX 26th Apr 2010 15:34 - 14 years ago
Great trip! It really sounds scifi and "lonely", it fits very well with your description! The "guitar" melody is really cool, good work!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks for the review. The isolated feel was something I didn't know if people would get. Had to come up with an elaborate description. Worked well by the reaction its got. The guitar I wanted to have an Ennio Morricone feel to it. Kinda hard to do with midi. Overall though I liked it. Thanks for reviewing, Cheers :)
jfw 25th Apr 2010 22:09 - 14 years ago
This does indeed convey the cinematic scenareo you describe - nice one!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thank you very much. I guess I'm doing something good with this track here. *knocks on wood*. Thank you for the review. Cheers :)
santiagosky 25th Apr 2010 03:42 - 14 years ago
Wow I started daydreaming when I heard this. Ya know very few tracks can really make me kind of "just stop and listen" and your track achieved that. Very emotional journey and I love that about songs. FAV!!!!!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks. Yea, the idea of being totally alone and just drifting out is just crazy. It's like 2001 and Hal's not there lol. Thanks for the review, appreciate it. Cheers :)
alividlife 24th Apr 2010 20:32 - 14 years ago
Hah! Yes!

I like your description more than the track almost!


This is giving me serious chills!
I love it man!
You got style .....!!
I almost thought of ... you know a bridge would be cool.. but I like the whole flowing of it...
You can tell that the guitars are midi, but they sound soo amazing... makes me want to give Reason a hug lol.....

I think to make this even more a bit endearing would be to have a girl on a HP filter or like telephone effect with the whole "radio buzzing" thing saying "Come Back Home!" or "I love you!" or something you know???

Very cool man!
I am going to keep an eye out for your work!
Coming over to hear another!
MCHN replied Unknown
Thanks :)
Yea, those Reason acoustic guitars are sometimes great for thickening up or layering on top of some of my own recordings. It's funny about the "Come back home" thing. There was at one time a sample from the movie 'Pandorum', with the line "your our last hope" or something. Great minds think alike I guess lol. Greatly appreciate the review. Cheers :)

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