I wanted to make a dark ambient Steampunk track that would evoke the crushing interior of a colossal Space 1889 style spaceship, and i also wanted to make a Steampunk response to the Sleep Research Facility album Nostromo
Ideally with headphones - The HMSS Victoria
Now that's something good. I really like it. Makes one feel space-ish
Huzzah! You are doing an excellent job. How thrilling it is to hear the sounds of my youth. The outdoor tracks are very fine; the interior of a room would be nice too. The sound of a stuffed pike in a glass case; a grandfather clock, certainly; a kettle, and tea; a cat purring. Perhaps a young maiden attempting to learn the piano? No, too horrifying.
Carry on, lads. Steady the Buffs!
Yet another challenge accepted
Engineer Lukas, Gentlemen,
You Rock, er, Steam?!!?
These sounds are incredible. How can you get a recording of a steam train without ambient world noise? And Mr. West's YouTube track gave me chills. If you close your eyes, you can hear the SPACE; it is the absence of distance that makes sound effects recordings flat, but that one is like travelling to a different time and place. It must take a lot of imagination as well as ability to create these sounds. I can't wait to hear what comes next!
Thank you for recognition, I'm glad that my work is useful. Finally
So, here are the results of this morning. A "home sweet home 5 o'clock" scene. I made it more spatial - and a bit cosy. Well, except for the somewhat noisy kettle. And the clock chimes. And the train http://dl.dropbox.com/u/73876444/Steammersion/Tea_Time.mp3