Filth Present

Sect.23 wrote on 10/8/2009, 2:22 AM
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This one is VERY experimental. I used alot of "out of time" samples, changed the tone to the percussion frequently and stretched and screwed most of the samples. "Alot of chaos with a heap of cohesion"

Only the percussion is a mix-match of MMM samples; all others come from: http://www.freesound.org/index.php.

And, I have no idea what the "whisperer" is saying; I kinda just used it for the "ambience".

Our lovely "Top Arrangement" shed some light on what the whisperer is saying.....Pearls; Don't they start out with a little "dirt" present?

Hope you enjoy;
Sect23



Comments

smartsmurf wrote on 10/8/2009, 10:21 AM
Your right about the VERY

And as I see on the number (???) of comments here... you're confusing the crowd.
~Fav's~ also to find it again easy... 'cause this is definetely not a "one-listen-stand"

The Spanish/Portugese section will soon tell you more about the whisperer...

*all I can give


Former user wrote on 10/8/2009, 10:31 AM
hi
ist ein ganz interessantes Musik stück was ich hier höre. Ist mal für meine Ohren was ganz anderes.
Super gemacht.

mfg Conny
redisland wrote on 10/8/2009, 10:39 AM
richtig schräg
das gefällt uns
super
gruss redis

beabea wrote on 10/8/2009, 11:28 AM
that's the way i like it...definitely not a "one-listen-stand"...it's nicely experimental and yet very smooth...luv it. *fav*
Guitorb wrote on 10/8/2009, 12:18 PM
Love the various snare drums that you used here.
Former user wrote on 10/8/2009, 2:06 PM
Hi J, experimental is the norm with you guy . But, Very experimental? I pushed the play button wondering what hell I was gonna get. This works, infact I think you could have pushed that great rhythm out a little further. reminds me of Doctor John for some reason. Enjoyed this 5* ride. Peace Ian.  ps  thanks for the nudge.......  http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gris-Gris-Dr-John/dp/B000024IJV/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1
Voyager_Music wrote on 10/8/2009, 3:08 PM
Hello,

great song interesting arrangement, nice vocal effects!!

Kindest Regards

David
Rana wrote on 10/9/2009, 12:45 AM
Nice liberties taken but none felt out of place, that's how experimentation should be, I loved the snare beats..excellent.
Elkan wrote on 10/9/2009, 7:25 AM
This is great! Don't know about the static noise on the track - hope it's not my headphones.

Great sound, great production, great balance and composition. Could easily be used for a commercial soundtrack, installation art or tv-series.

Best

Mikael ~ moec
falling_starz wrote on 10/9/2009, 2:49 PM
Very original sound, so alternative as creative.
From the Spanish whisper, as it isn´t very clear, I could only understand the words "perlas", which means pearls and "trata de probar", which means
richardasomers wrote on 10/9/2009, 3:20 PM
 very interesting thats for sure. I like what you have done with this.
Cosmic_Paul wrote on 10/11/2009, 2:37 AM
This really is a crazy mix,... but you,... add here skillfully ,.... all,... in a context together,... familiar to my ears,... and all the time very inspiring!

bw Paul
jefcor wrote on 10/11/2009, 11:23 AM
bonjour,c'est assez surprenant au depart,mais pourquoi pas aprés tout.la musique experimentale est là aussi pour nous faire decouvrir autre chose.bravo,salut.jeff.
DirkSiemer wrote on 10/11/2009, 2:32 PM
Excellent track!!
Cheers
Dirk
Sandro_Glavina_Channel wrote on 10/12/2009, 3:04 PM
Oh..Very very good !!!! ciao da sandro

Sandro Glavina is an italian composer, named L'Uomo e L'Ombra. The choice of the name derives from the title of the album "L'uomo e l'ombra" of the band "Abstract Music Nuova Esistenza", an experimental group founded by Sandro Glavina together with his friends in the mid-70s.

In the period 2009-2022, L'Uomo e L'Ombra has done 84 albums. The compositions of Sandro Glavina are partly influenced by progressive rock. Sandro has developed a personal style with many experimentations and actualizations. He offers music beyond borders by intertwining different styles in crossover with each other. Prog, psychedelia, classical, post-rock, jazz, pop are some of the influences that dissolve in ambient atmospheres, citations of contemporary music and minimalist nuances. Sandro Glavina aka L'Uomo e L'Ombra plays the music using VSTI synthesizers, keyboards and adds some loops. Sandro isn't a professional musician, composes and plays music just for fun, but his works reach a good outcome, pleasant to listen. L'UOMO E L'OMBRA

https://www.jamendo.com/artist/495948/l-uomo-e-l-ombra/albums

https://www.reverbnation.com/luomoelombra/songs

https://www.facebook.com/luomoelombra/

   

Former user wrote on 10/13/2009, 3:46 PM
Sehr eigensinnig und sehr gut das Lied...ja ich mag es ,  total ausgefallen und anderst ,  das hebt sich von der Masse ab...fetter Beat ...Respekt...ist schön chillig....Grüsse aus Deutschland P.SB...5*...FAV.
NoTurning wrote on 10/16/2009, 8:27 AM
Very unique song - good job arranging.
You've captured a good vibe here.
Justin
Former user wrote on 10/17/2009, 4:26 AM

Toller Track !!
Gruss Patrick

ThaiArne wrote on 10/18/2009, 4:31 AM
wow... strange stuff... or rather weird...

extraordinary, really cool...
Former user wrote on 10/22/2009, 6:09 PM
love it,love it,love it!!!!
yes free sound project is an awsome site,look up sitar and enjoy

very awsome song!!!!!
Kourse wrote on 7/16/2010, 9:06 PM
it's like ur in my head. but u have the talent to show it. ( by the way i miss JayC)