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Old 11.11.2019, 07:56 AM   #441
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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
If looking for something new (ambient-experimental-drone) [...]

Isn't that a paradox? Most music labeled "ambient" nowadays is just moody instrumental crap, ambient-by-numbers at best.

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Ian F. Martin (Ele-King.net): Did you find, while making this record [sleep like it's winter] that there are cliches in ambient music?

Jim O'Rourke: Oh, there definitely are. I kind of knew them before I started this because that's mostly the reason I don't listen to ambient music. I mean, pretty much all ambient music is major 7th chords, so harmony was going to be a big deal – how to approach harmony with this. Major 9th is also very popular: those are the two go-to harmonies in ambient music, if it isn't just a perfect 5th.

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