Please let me know if I missed anyone, some of the sounds for this project have been on the drive many years.
By patchen (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/usersViewSingle.php?id=6997)
booba slo.wav (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=3450)
By fectoper (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/usersViewSingle.php?id=45)
Excellent! Well done and very cool on headphones.
Thanks, yeah... all my stuff sounds better with headphones! I have a bad habit of mixing late at night without waking up people... I sometimes have to remaster a track to get it sounding good without the cans on, very bad habit of necessity. Got my eye on some real monitor speakers but I am a cheap bastard when it comes to gear! For now my car stereo is my greatest critic and it is ruthless, if i can get a song sounding good in the car, I stop tweaking tracks.
Well, I liked it. Nice beats and good use of samples. I have been working on something the past year that is similar, but far, far, FAR more amateurish, to your Voyager work. Following your lead, I set it up at Archive, too. I have four tracks pretty much finished, but only two uploaded. These are less polished songs, as experiments in sound design and song development. The first track isn't even musical. I'll load up track 3 sometime this weekend. It's called:
Your work has inspired me to keep it going. There was a part on track 3 I never liked and I've been trying to fix it. I'm close but not ready to put it out there yet.
just listened to all of it. It reminds me a bit of zappa mixed with a psyched out version of coldcut... It sounds really nice, and I'm really amazed at the evolution your music has gone through since you signed up in June 2005. You keep true to your own sound, but your productions have become progressively more complex and indepth.
Thanks, I appreciate you both taking the time to check it out! This site inspired me to create and/or find unusual or unconventional sounds which have become my sonic pallet for music, so thanks to you and everyone on here for that.
Checking out the Ort Cloud as soon as I can get to some speakers!