music for drifting…
asking feedback for the mix… sound quality on different audio systems.
making use of different ears…yours.
Think of your ears as eyes…
music for drifting…
The mix sounds great to my ears. I listened to this with my Yamaha HS8 monitors at a reasonable volume and can mention that it was very enjoyable. The piece itself places us in a comfortable and conducive atmosphere and meditation.
IMO, that’s fine the way it is. Other points of view would surely be different, but it could be a simple matter of taste, we like this musical genre or not. Me, I like it!
Hi Peter, it sounds just right on my system. Lovely mood.
Greetings, 'been a while…
Mesmerising piece, I can’t fault the choice of sounds or the production, it just drifts along beautifully on my RME AIO Mackie HR624 MK2 system.
It soothes the mind and makes your troubles disappear for a while, lovely.
Super clarity on my HS8. Well balanced and wide enough.
Did you add the noise on purpose? (If so, may I ask how?) It makes the track sound not so clinical and sterile. Very good.
I come from a post-production background. We usually remove background noise. But there are some cases when you want to add it back to the recording. So far I use recordings of real noise for that. But I’m always looking for alternatives/additions. (White or pink noise doesn’t fit every shot either, unfortunately.)
In the mix i used a sample of a very old wind instrument/keyboard in my GR1 granular synth on a few tracks. I eq 'ed the low end mainly so what was left is probably a lot of random noise from the very noisy old keyboard and the granular effect later. I agree it adds a little analog sound to it, the GR1 synth is a very surprising device, i really love it.
Your ears work very well ! Keep them safe. Thank you for listening.
Sounded good to me on my phones and on my speakers. I liked it. I’ll chime in with some of the others that it’s a very nice mood and musical space that’s created here.