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Extra Solar pt5



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Part 5 of what may turn into an album. Loving working with the vocal samples.
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Uploaded: Feb 22, 2009 - 05:40:36 PM
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2009 - 03:00:22 PM Last Played: Apr 24, 2019 - 11:38:33 AM
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Korg M3-61
Cubase 4, Kontakt 3 with Diva, Albino 3, Omnisphere, Synergy, Ozone 4.
magnatone said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Extra Solar pt5
oh man - this is incredible! One of my faves of yours so far, and frankly, i've loved every single one of them. These voice samples - i wish i knew how you were doing this. Every sound in here is remarkable - i just LOVE your music!
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davisamerica said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
still say ....
these tracks are just begging for a new Carl Sagan Cosmos series. Love the way it pulls you in from the first. Voices are very well done and placed. Really everything here is pretty darn cool. Kudos
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Outtaorbit said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Well you got them
You got me.... very nice...this is wandering....and rocks gives the brain a whirrrilly
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LunaTrick said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
I listen to everything you put out...
And again... this positively shines and shimmers... the opening is so vivid... and the vocals are just marvelous. Definitely album material!
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egobandit said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Very clean
and clear Im listening on my headphones and its incredible. Very cool!
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Sigmund said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Extra Solar
This is a well done piece which clearly displays your ability to orchestrate and arrange music in the new age / electronic genres. You do a nice job of holding my interest throughout the piece by constantly introducing new and different elements to the music. Good choice of instruments, and yeh, those vocal samples are cool. The female voice part reminds me of the music from the movie "5th Element" (which I happen to think is one of the best sci-fi movies of all time) - anyway, nice work and thanks for sharing with us!
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thetiler said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Very interesting stuff
Really enjoyed. Love your software arsenal too ! Wow ! Especially enjoy the female sounds. Had to check out the web for the stuff. Amazing !
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WharmtonRise said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Cheers for your comment,
Actually Ive had all this stuff forever in different releases. So it's been a gradual update process. The instruments available for Kontakt are just exceptional I have to say.
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sloparts said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
This is wonderful Andrew
As the other were, this one brings so much sound and feeling to the music.

I have often thought about getting the Voices JamPack, but wasn't sure where I'd use them. This has given me a reason to try them out. Wonderful work here Andrew.

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futzpucker said 3862 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Extra skilled
Andrew, all of your compositions contain richness of sound and content. Your ability to know how to combine various contrasting sounds into a cohesive, compelling whole is formidable.

You are so very much at home in this idiom, Andrew.

And you'll have lots of us buying your CD when it comes out. Get on that, wooden shoe?
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loricunningham said 3862 days ago (February 23rd, 2009)
Oh Wharmmmmy!
I LOVE IT!!! It's sci-fi mixed with opera mixed with down tempo. A great combination!

You stretch yourself with every single composition.

BIG KUDOS to you!
TracyVosh said 3862 days ago (February 23rd, 2009)
with silver strands. Awesome mix...my goodness, it's absolutely gorgeous!
Henke said 3861 days ago (February 24th, 2009)
A LOT of interesting stuff in here!
Many lovely sounds, from the didgeridoo-like thingy to the voices and other solo-instruments. If I would have to offer some critique it might be just that. A bit too much for a relatively short piece? It could be longer as far as I am concerned. Develop each part into a fullblown masterpiece of 10 or 15 minutes. It certainly has the grains for that.

A pity it's not downloadable, but I don't blame you. This is, or will become, a nice addition to your album!


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tokai said 3849 days ago (March 8th, 2009)
5 of the best
Banco De Gaia meet the Orb... Cheers for this impressive ride.
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dajama said 3842 days ago (March 15th, 2009)
Great female vocal on this. The whole project is very impressive. Kudos. Peace.
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Wharmton Rise is the artist name of composer Andrew Lawlor (ASCAP). Composing mostly in the New Age/Ambient genres. Andrew, a native Englishman, feels his creative expression found true freedom when he met and married his American soul mate Debbie an... [see more]

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