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This mix is another Space Ambient mix that I produced as part of an upcoming free web album and then forgot about.

Picture yourself within the awesome magnificense of this celestial/cosmic phenomenon, or viewing the night sky from some distant shore, looking out towards the nebula as we can look out into the Milky Way.

As always I am interested in your thoughts on this mix.
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Uploaded: May 26, 2009 - 01:58:13 PM
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paul f. page said 3126 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
Hubble, baby...Hubble...
I can just imagine THIS soundtrack playing through the onboard iPod of those guy who were fixing the Hubble last week. Paul, you should throw your name into the ring as a potential "star traveler" with the next space station. You seem to have the "vision" in your blood! Yes. Celestial/Cosmic Phenomenon. ...Always well-chosen stops from your grab bag...and an "experience" for all who hear your music. Well done. You OWN this genre, as I have said many times.
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Reinholt56 said 3125 days ago (May 28th, 2009)
Hi Paul.........
I'm developing into more classical ambient, or at least with more 'real' instruments. These last couple of months have been somewhat of a learning curve as far as 'when is sound music' and what should sound have to turn it into music, accepted by most listeners (as music).

Would I be able to record the same music using orchestra instruments (only), and then would the piece be classical, or classical ambient, or would it even work?? This is my current task. If I only used classical percussion and/or tuned percussion, would this music be ambient or again, classical ambient?? Mmm??

Thanks for your alway kind and always encouraging thoughts. They are well received.

Take care.

michael2 said 3126 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
really nice
i am a huge fan of your space mixes, and this is no exception. let us know when the album is ready.
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Reinholt56 said 3125 days ago (May 28th, 2009)
Hi Michael.....
If you hadn't realised, there is a link on my artist page for my first free album, 'Mechanism of the Soul'. The other two or three albums I am putting together are Ambient, Space Ambient, Symphonic Ambient and Dark Ambient. I'll drop you a note with web links for the sites where these will hopefully be hosted, where there are tens of free Ambient albums.

Take care.

Doug Somers said 3126 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
This starts off with an entrancing chord
and then my curiosity is fully engaged to hear where this will go. I used to be an amateur astronomer and a reader of sci fi and so the picture you paint with these tones is especially vivid for me. I see the vastness - huge in scale - and also the detail within detail that a nebula seems to present. To imagine seeing one up close would be amazingly cool.

Nice use of the percussive sounds (2:40 and later too) in this to help move it alone between chord changes.

Like Paul says you own this genre. And I nowadays just download your piece first and then play it and comment as I know I will want to have it in my collection. I have yet to be disappointed!

Thanks once again Paul for sharing your inspirational soundscapes.


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Reinholt56 said 3125 days ago (May 28th, 2009)
Hi Doug.......
Many thanks for your thoughts. It's good to know you find something of value in my music. It definitely makes things more worthwhile for me to carry on mixing these soundscapes with comments such as yours.

I'm hoping to diverge a little donw another Ambient tributary, so things may come down to earth and appear darker in my next upload.

Take care.

peacepiano said 3126 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
I like this one. Creates the kind of eerie mood you want in sci fi and suspense soundtracks.

Take Care
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Reinholt56 said 3125 days ago (May 28th, 2009)
Hi Bill........
Glad you liked the mix and it's effects with you.

Take care.

Ex_Silentio said 3125 days ago (May 27th, 2009)
Celestially phenomenal
Bravo, sir.
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Reinholt56 said 3125 days ago (May 28th, 2009)
Hi Duane........
I like the pun. It made me smile.

There may be other trips to space uploaded here, but it depends on the success with the upgrades to Hubble, or some such mmois (man made object in space). Symphonic or Dark Ambient may have their day.

Take care.

Henke said 3080 days ago (July 11th, 2009)
I am enjoying these space pieces a lot
Of course there can be no sounds in outer space I guess, but you sure do music that fits the general view of space music. In your own sweet way! Very cinematic and interesting "in spite of" the rather long songs. Good job!

/Henke (catching up after some time of MJ absence - still some 88 to go!)
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Reinholt56 said 3078 days ago (July 13th, 2009)
Hi Henke......
It's good to have you back.

You're right about space not transmitting sound but I guess I'm just jumping on the bandwagon of earlier soundscape artists, in trying to depict a starkly beautiful environment without words.

Even in speech I tend to go on somewhat, so my music is a good mimic.

Take care.

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