Hey, that's very cool! Wish I could see it. Harry, if like those sounds, you should also check out the sound sculpture music of Robert Rutman and Harry Bertoia.
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Hello Ekstasis. Have you worked with analog synths before? If not, I think you might find analog synths or software analog synth emulators like the Arturia Moog more transparent in showing you how electronic sound is created. From there, I would add in effects such as echo and reverb, but too many effects at the outset may make difficult to troubleshoot what you are hearing in case you want to modify it. Those presets you are describing probably have quite a few effects attached to them.
Hello, I have worked only with digital synths before, I am going to try Zero-G Phaedra Ultimate Analog synth during this week, we will see if I like it.
About the Arturia Moog, I did check it on the website the "Analog Factory Experience" software/hardware combo, I did like the interface a lot, but the actual sounds is not something I like, they sound very old school 70s sounds, this is not at all the sounds I want.
Harvey Milk are the shit.
The ambient practitioners are taking Western music back into the awareness of pure sound in the moment, kind of like a zen ideal, or a general awareness of music taken out of linear thinking modes.
I've been listening to a lot of drone music lately (Alan Lockett deserves some of the credit/blame for that:))
I guess you may be hinting also, from your perspective as a listener, that for every Behind Your Very Eyes or Chroma to immerse yourself in, there's been a Moraines, or a Mas Memorias Extranjeras to end up being um... enmired in ;-)