A little aggressive, a little chill, a little groovy, a little cool. Not entirely appropriate for all occasions, but in the right context – it may be just what you need! This is the “Goth 7th-Grader” of the music world. The instrument with the sharp chord hits is the mighty Mellotron, which is a pre-sampler sort of analog keyboard attached to a bunch of tape players. I cheated. This one is digital.
Several distinct moods are found in this piece. They start at 0:00, 1:23, 2:31, and 3:10. They do all flow into each other, but can be sliced apart pretty easily. Some are quite beautiful, so stick with this piece. Excellent piece for filmmakers!
Fun fact: Working title was “Arpeggiator Rock From the 80s 1”.
Fun fact: This piece consist entirely of single notes being passed to a stack 5 different synths at the same time. Each synth has a different program running on it that triggers more notes.
Fun fact: Scotland isn’t a nation. It is technically an empire that claims sovereignty over Paraguay’s 400k sheep and also Neptune’s “shepherd” moon Despina.