Listening: Podcasts, Mixes, and Music Sample Clips / Re: syndae - Episode 72 : focus on ambient music« on: March 26, 2010, 08:50:01 PM »
Thanks for sharing my music in your podcast again. Much appreciated!
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Does any one here know, or wish to debate, the differences in animation/video compression? (I'm actually serious.)I could probably help you in that area. What types of codecs are you wondering about?
While doing my daily evening shopping (bread and other stuff) today I was listening to Ambient on my headphones and once again I was realizing that most other people out there probably don't have the slightest clue about this music.I've been in the same situation where I'm shopping, and suddenly realize that if the people around me heard what I was listening to, they'd likely take a few steps back in confusion.
Currently listening to Sibelius' 1st Symphony and I really love those huge dynamics in the music. Almost inaudible Flutes and then *bang* the entire orchestra. Wouldn't Ambient benefit from such dynamics? Do you know any ambient album with huge dynamics?
Hence I tend to make the bass almost mono and it sounds fine.I tend to do the same thing for when I testing the final mix on headphones. I usually bring it in around 50-65% to keep those bass tones closer to centre.
And if you think we’ve heard the best collaboration works yet, then let this one surprise your ears. Mister Vapor (aka the extremely prolific Mystified) joined up with Altus (one of the ambient great netlabel artists). Well fitting in some of the other ‘deep sea dives’ of this months JNN releases this album takes you deeper. Where the wonderful string-drones of Altus meet with the dark-drones of Mister Vapor this is a clash of experimentalism that cannot be missed. We are proud to host this for your ears.