Disquiet Junto Project 0299: 10bpm Waltz

Love the track - though I initially mis-read the title as ‘10 cent’ - like it is 50 Cent’s little brother :wink:

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I’m really impressed you played this live! Must have felt meditative…

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This feels very cohesive! From listening to it I’d assume you make 10 bpm all the time :smiley: The synth has a nice retro vibe, it felt Stranger Things-ish or like John Carpenter’s best work…

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Thank you – that is very kind of you :smiley:

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Thanks! Admittedly, drum machine subdivions which are later muted helped greatly.

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I like how i still get the sense of the “sway” of the waltz. Ethereal.

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This felt like there was a whole story being unfolded - like a sort of cyber-punk film noir. Really enjoyed it!

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New to the disquiet thing - great to be involved! Here’s my little offering for 0299:

https://soundcloud.com/half-unusual/half-waltz-disquiet0299

(brief description on soundcloud re process on track - and just realised I missed the deadline :-/)

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the rest of the story…


Music- This was done in Logic Pro in real time at 10 bpm(with extensive use of the metronome, 10 is so slooow). A nice 3/4 waltz beat was made on a clean kit and through tempo automation was decreased from 100 bpm to 10 for the intro. The ESX24, ES2, Vintage Clav and two Alchemy patches were used along with some field recordings. What sounds like guitar is actually the clav run through a pedal board. This was bounced to dropbox and then opened in Cubasis where the field recordings were added and then sent to Igor Vasiliev’s Audio Mastering for final mixing.
Video- Shot with Nikon D7000 f1.8 and edited, still with the crashes >:-( , in iMovie. Collaboration and support from spacewaves @ https://soundcloud.com/spxcewaves.

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