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Deep Throat (Ambient)

Some video parts originates from freepik.com and the throat singing parts from freesound.org. It's been a while between video and sound so I can't recall much but BeatCutter are in there, for sure.

Comments

  • Really good, pxlhg, I love throat singing, and it fits very well into this kind of Sci fi cinematic stuff.

  • @Gavinski said:
    Really good, pxlhg, I love throat singing, and it fits very well into this kind of Sci fi cinematic stuff.

    Yeah me too, it was hard to find any good ones though as many uploads were of people trying/learning. Anyway, thank you so much😃

  • It’s like you transcommunicate some ancient Tibetan magic chant, I like it a lot! 🤩

  • @Luxthor said:
    It’s like you transcommunicate some ancient Tibetan magic chant, I like it a lot! 🤩

    Thank you my man, I really appreciate that.😃

  • Some incredible and unusual textures in there! And the vibe sits somewhere between relaxing and terrifying.

  • Long time lurker , first post here :)
    This is really well done . Love it ! It really hit home with me and felt compelled to post . I have a 16 year old son that is on the autism spectrum . He loves all things that are different . He has recently decided to learn how to throat sing . There are different types or genres so to speak . He has learned and mastered two and working on the third third, which is much harder to learn. It all takes extreme focus. I have recorded him a few times in my studio .I really want to do something sci-fi or cinematic with it, but I am afraid it will offend him because he is all about tradition. . lol. I am working on something more traditional, but I am quite torn. …. I will post it here for you guys when I’m finished.
    Thank you very very much for this. I really enjoyed it. And have found inspiration.

  • Was listening to this while typing a reply to @AlterEgo_UK in another thread. This excellent piece of Ambient transported me to another realm. And you can always count on freesound.org for great sound effects and Ambient fodder.

    So Beatcutter, eh? I'm going to have to look into that. It is on the Appstore for iPhone it seems. I'm currently into Prog Rock, but if/when I ever return to Ambient and Experimental, I'll need to have a go around with Beatcutter for sure. Only ten quid too, which is a nice price.

  • @richardyot said:
    Some incredible and unusual textures in there! And the vibe sits somewhere between relaxing and terrifying.

    Thank you!🤔😃

    @BuddyRow1969 said:
    Long time lurker , first post here :)
    This is really well done . Love it ! It really hit home with me and felt compelled to post . I have a 16 year old son that is on the autism spectrum . He loves all things that are different . He has recently decided to learn how to throat sing . There are different types or genres so to speak . He has learned and mastered two and working on the third third, which is much harder to learn. It all takes extreme focus. I have recorded him a few times in my studio .I really want to do something sci-fi or cinematic with it, but I am afraid it will offend him because he is all about tradition. . lol. I am working on something more traditional, but I am quite torn. …. I will post it here for you guys when I’m finished.
    Thank you very very much for this. I really enjoyed it. And have found inspiration.

    Hey that sounds exiting, hope it all goes well whatever turns it takes.

  • @jwmmakerofmusic said:
    Was listening to this while typing a reply to @AlterEgo_UK in another thread. This excellent piece of Ambient transported me to another realm. And you can always count on freesound.org for great sound effects and Ambient fodder.

    So Beatcutter, eh? I'm going to have to look into that. It is on the Appstore for iPhone it seems. I'm currently into Prog Rock, but if/when I ever return to Ambient and Experimental, I'll need to have a go around with Beatcutter for sure. Only ten quid too, which is a nice price.

    Thank you!
    Well, 90% of the people trying BC gives up, it might be even higher fall out. The app has some serious flaws (not bugs mind you) and Igor seem to have lost interest in the master piece it can be (I still think it's his number one creation). Not sure how well it does on a phone but whatever you decide do not attempt to learn by trial and error because that will fail but do watch tutorials and learn it slowly. Best of luck either way😃

  • Very dark ambience creating a foreboding atmosphere that would not be out of place in a dark fantasy movie. Music to travel through the Bardo!

  • @AlterEgo_UK said:
    Very dark ambience creating a foreboding atmosphere that would not be out of place in a dark fantasy movie. Music to travel through the Bardo!

    Thank you so very much!

  • edited April 3

    Sci-fi throat singing? I think there’s a recent movie using that.

    Great work, btw! :) And a fantastic video. In fact, I think your version is creepier than the Dune track.

  • This works man, Gavin’s spot on

    Also I love the video; it’s really making it easy to listen and watch etc

    Good job

  • @Svetlovska said:
    Sci-fi throat singing? I think there’s a recent movie using that.

    Had not thought about that but now I remember, reacting strongly and really loving it when I watched the movie, 3 years ago is it?

    Great work, btw! :) And a fantastic video. In fact, I think your version is creepier than the Dune track.

    Oh! That's strong 😂 thank you so much!

  • @yellow_eyez said:
    This works man, Gavin’s spot on

    Also I love the video; it’s really making it easy to listen and watch etc

    Good job

    I really appreciate that, thank you!🙂

  • Disturbing in a disturbing sort of way… and the video didn’t help 😊
    Excellent stuff 👍

  • @GeoTony said:
    Disturbing in a disturbing sort of way… and the video didn’t help 😊
    Excellent stuff 👍

    Thanks! I guess 😂
    I never think: "oh this time I'm going to do something that will be scary and disturbing" but I do hear it quite often in comments on various stuff I've done so I guess I must have a dark side unaware, or something .. I dunno🕸️🕷️😁

  • @BuddyRow1969 said:
    Long time lurker , first post here :)
    This is really well done . Love it ! It really hit home with me and felt compelled to post . I have a 16 year old son that is on the autism spectrum . He loves all things that are different . He has recently decided to learn how to throat sing . There are different types or genres so to speak . He has learned and mastered two and working on the third third, which is much harder to learn. It all takes extreme focus. I have recorded him a few times in my studio .I really want to do something sci-fi or cinematic with it, but I am afraid it will offend him because he is all about tradition. . lol. I am working on something more traditional, but I am quite torn. …. I will post it here for you guys when I’m finished.
    Thank you very very much for this. I really enjoyed it. And have found inspiration.

    I am so glad you decided to post. I think you will find ABF to be a very welcoming place. I have a niece who is autistic. She is brilliant. She writes poetry for me. She is a very old soul in a tiny little body. When I read her poetry I am stunned. I think I speak for everyone here that we would love to hear from your son. He will make a lot of new friends here.

  • edited April 21

    Thanks Paulieworld . It is amazing how talented some of these individuals on the spectrum are . Love that your niece is working with you and loves to write and create :) It is funny that you mention that your niece is an old soul . If someone asked me to describe my son Dylan . Those would be the exact words that I would use .
    Yesterday DYLAN and I went into my little backyard studio and mashed up a song with a heavy rock vibe . His throat singing sounds awesome. Really jumps out in the mix. I will work on it some more and post. I will be playing guitar and bass . Hopefully, they won’t sound too bad . lol. Strings are challenging for me ,but still love to hammer away .
    Cheers !

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