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The Gravitals | All Tomorrows (My first electronic composition)


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Hey, I wanted to share this with all you. I tried to narrate a science fiction story through very unconventional music. I'm not sure if this is absolutely awful or okay, but I know very well it took me a ton of work. (You have a small analysis in the description of the video)

I appreciate any feedback. I'm still new with electronic music, I did the whole piece using Audacity and only that.

 

 

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On 8/11/2021 at 2:34 PM, Luis Hernández said:

I think this is like ambient music for scifi films or something like that. It's nice. But perhaps there is an excess of sub-bass and portamento effects.

 

You are right I used very low frequencies too much. Although part of that problem is that I composed the piece using headphones with extra bass and I never thought listening to the piece on a phone would make such a brutal difference. And why is there an excess of glissandos? They are an element of the composition and I tried to depict the rise and fall of civilizations with it.

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On 8/12/2021 at 8:56 AM, Left Unexplained said:

wow this is super cool

 

Thanks, glad you liked it. 🙂 I thought most people would think it is awful, although the feedback has been okay so far (not as good as with my other compositions tho).

And no idea, but I guess it is nice it reminded you of the soundtrack of suck a nice series haha.

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