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By archetypewriter
#103878 Hi everyone,
I've been digging the music people have posted and thought I'd share one of my projects that I thought some of you might appreciate. It's ambient, sometimes quite dark, imagined for a unmade film narrative. Have a listen:
https://archetypewriter.bandcamp.com/album/chronos6

Cheers,
Scott
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By ScoJo
#103879
archetypewriter wrote:Hi everyone,
I've been digging the music people have posted and thought I'd share one of my projects that I thought some of you might appreciate. It's ambient, sometimes quite dark, imagined for a unmade film narrative. Have a listen:
https://archetypewriter.bandcamp.com/album/chronos6

Cheers,
Scott


Scott, thanks - really liked this. You have a kind of Reznor/Atticus Ross thing going (if you'll forgive the lazy comparison sorry), but also very meditative and trippy.....I dig it. Please keep us posted of further adventures in dark ambience!
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By The Cult Leader
#103900 It was friggin crazy br0. Ive done that stuff several times before, but nothing could have prepared me for this last trip i took. The other times I saw a different world, but this time i was thrown into that world and i couldnt escape for a solid 20 min.

While I was peaking I told my best friend i would NEVER do this EVER again.

It was awesome though and Im pretty eager to go exploring that realm again sometime soon.
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By archetypewriter
#104978 Thanks everyone! Machine elves may have had a hand in making Chronos6. I can't be sure I ever left the first DMT trip I started in 1999.

Here's the newest album which is ambient music rooted in prepared piano minimalism:
https://archetypewriter.bandcamp.com/album/susurrus

Gone are most of the analog synths but I still spent countless hours perfecting the resonant vibration of a specific piano string. It's a pretty different approach, so the machine elves may have been in a liminal state of metaconsciousness or having a slowmotion shiver of existential angst. Who knows? Still very cinematic. More silent Brothers Quay style animation though.