[quote author=“InKy”]You are all very welcome to have a look at it….
But unfortunately it’s a 13 pages long motherfucker and i can’t be arsed to translate all that into english, sorry fellas… :D But i can tell you the tracks i analyzed was: Shpongleyes and Around the world in a tea daze, and just the Tales album in general. Wrote about how the entire album is like a journey thru land- and soundscapes and the general feeling in ambient music and downtempo trance.
Anyways i got B minus i think, translating to international standards… That’s a 9 for the danes here And that’s good… As it is counting as an Examin grade
Edit: Oh yeah, and one more thing… I do think simon cares about the key, but i don’t think he’d care that much to change it during a set…. As it is the bass which is a central thing in trance music it has to be constant and not changing too much, but then again, who cares about rules
Give me a look at that paper , I’m from Denmark too!
Forgive my ignorance, because I don’t know a lot about Simon. Is he really a trained musician?
I really really admire that if he is. I hate the idea that people can just buy the equipment and mess around with it and think “well…..I’m a musician, look what I did.” But his music…...you can tell he KNOWS what he is doing.
It all really does fit together perfectly and without effort.