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Ironically, one of my ancestors is very much connected to the incandescent light bulb. This work almost makes one think of the classical element ether (or aether) that fills the void of space. Fascinating subject matter. Anyways, I'd very much love to see a score to provide a more coherent review of this work.

Thanks for sharing 🙂

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There is no score. It wasn't conceived that way. Anyway, I prefer it when people just listen in their normal way, without distraction.

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On 12/24/2019 at 7:28 PM, Guillem82 said:

It sound's awesome. I love the double bass lines.

I guess it's a life recording, isn't it?

 

Thanks! But no, it is not live.

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5 hours ago, Guillem82 said:

Wow, what sound libraries and DAW are you using?

 

I am using MOTU Digital Performer with the string section of East West Symphonic Orchestra. DP is the DAW of choice for film composers.

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I came back to this after you sent me your poem. It just popped into my mind once again and I had to relisten to it.

This screams "glimpses of light in a dirty, dark factory", which I feel is very close to what the process of making incandenscent light bulbs.

You just captured it so well goddamnit!

Congratulations once again.

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