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#607708 - 07/23/20 07:24 PM [User Showcase] Pandeambient (or chilling out at home)
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Nothing special here...

Pandeambient

RT-tracks used:
RT-2475 Bass, acoustic
RT-1542 Piano, acoustic
RT-1840 Synth pad, PopModernGrooveMellow
RT-1035 Banjo, Rhythm NorthernRockBallad
RealDrums=BrushesFolk16ths

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#607736 - 07/24/20 03:57 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Started out like Robert Wyatt's version of Ship Building.
Nice start and a solid rhythm to finish.
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#607857 - 07/24/20 08:50 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Nice New Age music. Could have been a little busier for my tastes, but well done nonetheless.
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#607859 - 07/24/20 09:10 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Nice and chill. Good vibe and build, and the banjo was a pleasant surprise.
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#607882 - 07/25/20 06:14 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Will,

This is really nice. Well done.

It is actually an overall kind of sound I've been looking to use for some "modern" singer-songwriter kinds of productions (including the banjo!). Especially the piano. Many of the BIAB pianos are sort of "busy"...this one is what I've been looking for. It would be nice if you listed the actual RT name - not just the number - in order to know what that is, you have to then open the program and go to the RT selector to find it.

Thanks for using that RealDrum track, too! I haven't heard that kick sound from a RealDrum before...very effective.

Listening through a 2nd time. I am really liking this...

fj

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#607887 - 07/25/20 06:29 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Love it, Will. You start off with "Nothing special here..." and it reminds me of "Move along now. There's nothing to see here." Well, there is PLENTY to listen to hear (sic). Man, I love how you built this, starting with embers and adding to it until you've achieved a bonfire. And then it quickly snuffed out with a long sustain. It leaves the listener (at least this listener) with a warm sense of beauty. Thanks.
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#607919 - 07/25/20 09:01 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Beautiful chord progression, relaxing ambient instrumentation. I enjoyed the mix, lots of airy reverb. Clever title, referring to pandemic I guess?

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#607974 - 07/25/20 04:03 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: TuneMonger]
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Originally Posted By: rayc
Started out like Robert Wyatt's version of Ship Building.
Nice start and a solid rhythm to finish.


Thank you for listening, rayc!

Originally Posted By: TuneMonger
Nice New Age music. Could have been a little busier for my tastes, but well done nonetheless.


It is an interesting point of view... I had a much busier version of the track, but some friends of mine said it was way too busy for this genre. Maybe they were wrong and you are right.

Thanks for taking time to listen!
Will

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#607975 - 07/25/20 04:05 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: dcuny]
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Originally Posted By: dcuny
Nice and chill. Good vibe and build, and the banjo was a pleasant surprise.


Thanks for your nice comments! The banjo was a "last minute decision" and yes, I think it turned out alright.

Will

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#607976 - 07/25/20 04:09 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: floyd jane]
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Originally Posted By: floyd jane
Will,

This is really nice. Well done.

It is actually an overall kind of sound I've been looking to use for some "modern" singer-songwriter kinds of productions (including the banjo!). Especially the piano. Many of the BIAB pianos are sort of "busy"...this one is what I've been looking for. It would be nice if you listed the actual RT name - not just the number - in order to know what that is, you have to then open the program and go to the RT selector to find it.

Thanks for using that RealDrum track, too! I haven't heard that kick sound from a RealDrum before...very effective.

Listening through a 2nd time. I am really liking this...

fj


Hi Floyd,

Thanks a lot for listening and your kind comments!

It is not the first time that you tell me to write the correct names of the RTs. I feel like the newbie I am now... what is it I am doing wrong? I thought the RT number was the important information I need to deliver?

Will

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#607977 - 07/25/20 04:11 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: BabuMusic]
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Originally Posted By: BabuMusic
Love it, Will. You start off with "Nothing special here..." and it reminds me of "Move along now. There's nothing to see here." Well, there is PLENTY to listen to hear (sic). Man, I love how you built this, starting with embers and adding to it until you've achieved a bonfire. And then it quickly snuffed out with a long sustain. It leaves the listener (at least this listener) with a warm sense of beauty. Thanks.


Hi Babumusic,

Thanks a lot for your real nice comments! Very much appreciated!

Will

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#607981 - 07/25/20 04:15 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: jannesan]
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Originally Posted By: jannesan
Beautiful chord progression, relaxing ambient instrumentation. I enjoyed the mix, lots of airy reverb. Clever title, referring to pandemic I guess?

Janne


Hi Janne,

Yes, referring to the pandemic, but it is not only a bad thing. When we all start to travel again in 2021 we will be able to talk/chat with everyone in the world because we have been through the same thing. New possible friends...

Thanks for your nice comments about the track. Much appreciated!

Will

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#608001 - 07/25/20 05:54 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Will

A very pleasant composition. Nice build, mix and sounds.

Well produced.

Peter

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#608053 - 07/26/20 06:47 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Will, I enjoyed this work. I liked the effect you got in the early measures with the pad..it almost seemed like you were "feathering in" the synth and possibly some brushes, nice result. Once the rhythm picks up, is there a shaker in there, or is it part of the RD track? And the wood blocks? Also liked the reverb throughout. Very nice!!

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#608064 - 07/26/20 07:51 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Hi Will,

This song has something intriguing. It is repeating itself but all the time new instruments come in, like the woodblocks and the banjo. The synth has a dominant role, but that makes it so intriguing. I like that!
A very nice composition all together.

Nice day,
Hans
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#608151 - 07/26/20 05:23 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: PeterF]
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Originally Posted By: PeterF
Will

A very pleasant composition. Nice build, mix and sounds.

Well produced.

Peter


Thank you PeterF!

Will

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#608152 - 07/26/20 05:24 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Tano Music]
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Originally Posted By: Tano Music
Will, I enjoyed this work. I liked the effect you got in the early measures with the pad..it almost seemed like you were "feathering in" the synth and possibly some brushes, nice result. Once the rhythm picks up, is there a shaker in there, or is it part of the RD track? And the wood blocks? Also liked the reverb throughout. Very nice!!


Thank you for listening, Tano Music! Yes, the shaker is from the RD track!

Appreciated your nice comments!
Will

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#608153 - 07/26/20 05:26 PM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Birchwood]
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Originally Posted By: Birchwood
Hi Will,

This song has something intriguing. It is repeating itself but all the time new instruments come in, like the woodblocks and the banjo. The synth has a dominant role, but that makes it so intriguing. I like that!
A very nice composition all together.

Nice day,
Hans


Hi Hans,
Some nice words from you... they are very much appreciated!

Thanks for listening!
Will

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#608355 - 07/28/20 09:25 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Very cinematic. This would be a good tune for the sync libraries.

There have been several nice instrumental all BiaB track productions posted lately and this is an excellent addition.

Simply a great use of RT/RD's and illustrates their power (in talented hands).

Very nice and much enjoyed!

J&B

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#608356 - 07/28/20 09:35 AM [User Showcase] Re: Pandeambient (or chilling out at home) [Re: Will Josef]
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Nicely done. Yep... I agree with Bud and Janice in saying this would be a good song to place with a sync library.

Good stuff there
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