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A chill piece for 4 bass recorders
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Uploaded: Jun 03, 2017 - 04:44:44 PM
Last Updated: Jun 03, 2017 - 04:46:03 PM Last Played: Jun 20, 2017 - 03:35:45 AM
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Char said 18 days ago (June 3rd, 2017)
I wouldn't mind
listening to this for several minutes. It was kind of transporting and definitely relaxing.

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Daugrin said 18 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
Hitting the board!
The singular focus on yer passion is paying off in inspiring music. Each outing shows a more refined effort. Beautiful dissonance on this track!
Thank you for sharing your talent with us here. Yer quickly growing singular attributes. Bravo!

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egobandit said 18 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
its sounds like many layers, nice tones with each changing note it grows on you when it ends I want more
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Vic Holman said 18 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
interesting how the ascending and desending harmonies work together. very relaxing composition.
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Calchas said 17 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
What Mr. Holman said:
"tranquil"... You sure get some lovely tones and textures out of those pipes of yours.

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sammydix said 17 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
chording you used was awfully intriguing. The most captivating part of the piece for me. Majors into minors into 7ths, etc. Is that something you plan ahead, or do you begin with the bass note, then build upon it as you add the overdub? Genuinely curious.
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VicDiesel said 17 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
Plan ahead
I had a couple of ideas in mind when I started this track, such as the rough structure of starting on Gm, hitting Bb, and going back down to Bb. I did indeed lay down the bass note for something like 4 or 5 bars. (Note each bar is something like 6 seconds. The beat is very slow.) And then I started layering. With the limited range of the recorder, the top note was sometimes hard to find: the choices become quickly very limited.

So there is a little bit of planning, and a good amount of serendipity.

Oh, and then after all parts were recorded I knew that some notes were just wrong but they would be too hard to find by ear in all this mess, so I wrote out the score, and then visually started correcting notes in places where there was just too much dissonance. And then recorded it again, which is the version you're now hearing.
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Philip18 said 16 days ago (June 6th, 2017)
You do put things together exceptionally well, Vic. I enjoyed listening to the directions each instrument was taking, and to the piece as a whole. Worthy of repeated listening.
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Loob said 15 days ago (June 6th, 2017)
Kind of has a Stairway To Heaven vibe
to it. Mellow.
PeterB7858 said 15 days ago (June 7th, 2017)
Interesting listen. To me, the mellowness of the recorders is counterpointed by the dissonance. I didn't really find it relaxing but did find it aurally intriguing and am glad I stopped by. Thanks.
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VicDiesel said 15 days ago (June 7th, 2017)
Ok, I know that I called this a "chill piece", but I do believe in tension and release in music. There are some stiff dissonances in this piece, but they all resolve. I guess it's the soft sounds and low tempo that would make it chill, but it's definitely not intended as mindless droning.

Thanks for the comments. Intriguing is good.
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jiguma said 12 days ago (June 9th, 2017)
Very soothing Vic
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Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.

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