I’ve worked with monstercat many many times.
I know cloud pretty well, I’m fairly sure I can guess
I’ll go ahead and say that this song is about suicide after losing a lover.
I didn’t make this song with cloud, but I have before.
I hope that answered your question.
Cloud often refers to death as space,
As well as, in the song Matt sings
“I’ll find you in a ...
Here are starting points for some composers you might look into:
First Construction (in Metal): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlBo7_3EXqk
Marble Conveyor Belt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AEvQAg6TE0
Music for Pieces of Wood: https://www....
And for those of you who are trying to find the full lyrics, here they are! I contacted Per Ebdrup, of the band, and he authorized me to post this to as many lyric sites as I felt inclined, since I'd done a search and come up empty. Anyway, the full (authorized) lyrics of "No, No, No" by Swing Repbulic:
You made me wanna cook a steak for you
If you mean the fluctuating frequency of a note, that's called "vibrato".
If you mean fluctuating volume of a note, that's called "tremolo".
Vibrato is a pulsating sound effect produced by slight and rapid changes in the pitch (frequency) of a note. It has been used for centuries as a technique for adding expression and coloration to ...
Musicians who play ambidextrously are extremely rare, Wikipedia's list names only one who plays with either hand. Several other musicians on that list changed hands at some point and they might possibly have retained some facility with the other one. There are a couple of instruments, e.g. trumpet, where switching hands is trivial. A trumpet player with an ...
Based on the music and artist's description on Wikipedia he seems to be a combination of post-rock, IDM, and noise. A bit tricky. Here would be my suggestions to look into.
Autechre (Second Bad Vibel, Gantz Graf, plyPhon, Fleure, Bladeroles)
Amon Tobin (Triple Science)
Two Fingers (Razorback)
Des Esseintes (Due, King of the Jungle)
Non-instrumental sounds are neither typically used in classical nor in early music.
I guess, repetitive or even minimal music could fit, since the striking feature of assembly line is hard time restrictions and repetitiveness.
I would recommend to consider the sound track of Charlie Chaplins "Modern Times", apparently also written by him.
I don't know the song, nor have I heard of Alan Walker, but I'm answering on the chance that you may not be a native English speaker.
In English, the word "Spectre" simply means, ghost, spirit or phantom, so my guess is that both the DC character and the song are derived from the normal meaning of the word rather than one copying from the other. There is ...
One genre with a rich potential for this kind of stuff is space ambient, psy ambient, or just ambient. Popular artists include: Solar Fields, Dreamstate Logic, Stelladrone, Carbon Based Lifeforms, etc.
Here is one example clearly based on Hitchhiker's guide to galaxy: Stelardrone - Milliways.
Go over their song lists and you are likely to find hundreds ...