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I've just bought Rezzie's (Sequenced on NG) new album, titled "9", and so should you. It's a very fresh sounding collection of tracks, forming quite the opposite of generic.
If you're into that kinda thing, I made a droney ambient track list night. It runs for a good 7 minutes and 41 seconds.
The picture is a public domain image by NASA.
I'm visiting family in Belgium, and it appears I've chosen a good time to enjoy the heat thunderstorms, which come with sweet cloud formations. Here are a couple of photos I took yesterday.
You can click them for the full size.
SmithCommaJohn received notice last night that he and his family need to vacate their apartment within 90 days as the building is being torn down. They need all the financial support they can get to be able to find a new place within that time.
Fortunately, we Newgrounders can help buy buying his EP on BandCamp and being generous in the "name your price" box. So without any further ado, GO GET IT
Edit: I just noticed I posted this on my 6th account birthday, so woopee!
Welp, here you go NG, an NG cut of a Trance track I worked on for ages. I present to you: Magnitude
Here's one I took recently. Turned out pretty well, I think.
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Stop and go. (Click image for full size)
In other news, I moved house recently. Still figuring out the nearby good photo spots.
Sorry, no picture this time, but I really felt this was worth checking out.
John Hopkins recently released an album, "Immunity", and one of the tracks on there is just sublime. It's called Abandon Window:
I advise you to plug in a set of high quality headphones and turn up the volume to fully appreciate it. There is some masterful sound design and production going on in there. He manipulates the bits of reverb so well, it makes me rather jealous. I suspect there's also a good deal of field recording embedded in the noise that builds up throughout.
You can buy just this track here: Abandon Window on Beatport
Or get the whole album here: John Hopkins's "Immunity" on Beatport
Took this one on a nightly walk yesterday. Full size
If I recall correctly, it was a 10 second exposure.
Here's another picture. About 30 seconds after this picture everything was getting soaked.