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The Alchemist's Room
Thank you all so much for your kind words.Amazed and honoured.
Wow the mind is blown what a great production talent....rated
Well mate you always come up trumps with your productions. I like the move into the film/tv genre. Ive fancied having ago myself, just lack the inspiration at the moment. Suffering from writers block! Hence turning to a bit of remixing. Anyway this is stunning mate, could see this as a background to some of the modern sci fi progs on American TV. (Dark Matter, Twelve Monkeys, The 100 etc).
Your welcome Pete
Hi Essence hope your well,what a pleasant surprise and a lovely comment you wrote.I must be doing something right with the kind words from keeps.I was going for dark and beautiful on the track and it seems to have worked.Thanks Pete.x
Deep and Beautiful :) The time and spacing between instruments is so sweet! Strings and instrumentation are spot on in terms of moving the track forwards. Enjoyed, Ess X
Killer track Pete!! It's immersed in pure emotion and is very tactile in it's touches!! A dark cloud approaches in the mix, enforced with great instrumentation and a bespoke felling!! The mix is sublime and needs nothing at all in any area!! It's a beautiful piece! I am so sorry to hear of your hearing difficulties. Take Good care Bud!! Baz
Pete, although I understand your feelings about further hearing loss, it is important that you think of Beethoven. His story is of immense importance to all who suffer, especially those who suffer as you do! He first noticed tinnitus in his late twenties. As you may know, by the time he was in his mid forties, he had profound hearing loss. By the time he was fifty or so, he could hear nothing but incessant tinnitus. Oh, and the greatest music of all time, of course! Whatever you ultimately face, Pete, remember the great man who gave the world the Emperor Piano Concerto, the Missa Solemnis, the Ninth Symphony, and the Last String Quartets, all while in a state of total deafness! Remember—the music is in your head, Pete, all in your head. I wish you well.
Thank you for the kind comments ...very touch.Sean my freind my hearing gets me down because i was born deaf in one ear.So having only one ear that is bad at times,but of late its losing hearing so much i dont hear cars to my right.
To be deaf would be the end,because i love music with a passion.Hense the sad tune above i wrote.Thank you for the comments and downloads.....it means a lot. :)
P.S. i say pardon about 50 times a day now lol.
Excellent Soundtrack - Movie/TV work, very moody and atmospheric and it sounds great to me!
I hope that you are not suffering anything serious regarding your hearing, Pete. If so, I'm sorry. Even with your aural situation, your music is as lovely as ever. You, Sir, are in good company! I'm very happy to have discovered your cosmic tones!
GravitySlip is a Manchester UK based producer.Influenced early on by analogue synths and how much they can warp and twist a sound,this in turn paved the way to the technology based tracks he produces today.House,electro and electronica are elements that are fused to create his own sound
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It's took me a while, but I'm on my second review of my current batch, and this one is by GravitySlip, who works in my most familiar genre!The first thing I hear is a jazzy drumloop, and it's this drumloop that the biggest problem for me! I do like the sound of it, due to production being of the highest quality, but it's more that it sounds rather pedestrian! I personally feel that the drums shoul