A little bit of ambient folk
@Martin Parent: Cheers
Great vibes. Love it.
@SameMistake: haha, there she be. Cheers Marc
@Indigolab: Found your red! :)
@markykeys: Thanks man
@Indigolab: great track
@mr dodo: Have you ever started to eat a horse and then realised that you weren't that hungry after all?
@Indigolab: tea is for mugs.
@mr dodo: That's a tall story, if ever heard one
@Indigolab: my 100 ft long snake died today.
@dj-sonik-xsakux: Very nice to read that - thanks Nick. Appreciate your listening
@dj-sonik-xsakux: yep, that's me
@dj-sonik-xsakux: Thanks Nick - I always worry that an intro won't capture a listener
@Indigolab: I completely agree with State Azure, this is wonderful work man :] simply sublime sounds
another great intro, really soothing
@Tajdar Junaid: indeed you did sir, indeed you did. Cheers
@Larry.: Thanks... I am pretty good at brash and standard too, on a good day at least :)
@Indigolab: Wow so i guessed right :)
nice to hear something understated/low key after all the brash/standard stuff here-well written, well played
@Tajdar Junaid: Cheers Taj... where I live, there's lots of meadows around that are great for walking in. They're all covered in snow now though.
@Indigolab: This is meadows and much more. Beautiful write Tom.
@Wickerbird: Cheers... I like using the accidental noises, and microphone bleed to add an extra layer to a track. I rarely throw away an out-take, but remash it and use it as another element in a track
@Wickerbird: Thanks Blake, really appreciate those words man. I really like experimenting with differing transitions, and one technique that I often think works well, is to phase out one sound to expose another.
Kinda of weird but I also like the subtle breathing noises. Makes it seem more intimate and lonely in a way. Aways, great work.
This is so remarkably well done. Love how the drone just slowly sorts of die off, leaving you alone with the guitar for a bit. This is super beautiful.
@Arbitrary Sky: Thanks a lot, really pleased you like it
@Indigolab: Couldn't find anywhere to comment. Just wanted to say that this is a wonderful piece...and thank you for sharing. :D
@Gigglebyte: ahh shuddupayaface!! :)
© 2007-2013 SoundCloud Ltd. All rights reserved.
Enter your email address or profile link (without http://soundcloud.com/) and we'll send you a link that'll allow you to change your password.