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November 2019 is coming soon

Iconic movie Blade Runner takes place in a dystopian future which was imagined to have happened by November 2019. As we are getting closer to that date, myNoise is working on a tribute to the Blade Runner soundtrack, a masterpiece composed by Vangelis. It will be released in November 2019 if replicants do not take over the world by then. Meanwhile, here is a generator that recreates a mood reminiscent of Blade Runner using sounds sources that already exist on the website.

Usage

Each slider controls a particular audio stream; adjust sliders to taste and mood. The animation button turns the soundscape into an slowly evolving texture. Use this feature if you intend to listen to the generator over a long period of time!

Testimonials - write yours here

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  Feels like the cup of noodles the neo-german-japanese Shopkeep gives me while I balance the transparent umbrella, search lights roaming the street, trash rustling in the wind, people minding the business... very good vibes.

  Intense, beat-driven thinking/problem-solving scene. Building to a climax.

  This sounds surprisingly "composed", complete with modulations and appropriate transitions, when paired with the new(er) "Implanted Memories" - another amazing generator inspired by the iconic "Blade Runner". I've been listening for 3 hours straight now and it is still absolutely fresh. Thank you!

  Creating tension. I love it. Sounds so good.

  The ruined lands are the only thing surrounding you, "they" are somewhere nearby. You run, and you aren't sure can you hide or not.

  Just excellent!

  My T.V. inside became muffled as my unbelieving gaze rested on the thing in the sky. It was a dark color, too dark to make out any features on it so it looked like a massive two-dimensional shape hovering miles off of the ground. It started moving. To where, I didn't know until it reached its destination. It covered the sun. Sweeping through my town, an enormous shadow blanketed the snow. Screams.

  This soundtrack is also amazing for writing sci-fi themed stories, it's going into my list for whenever I'm writing Mass Effect fiction!

  (How many of you remember the name of the short story Blade Runner was based upon?). I'm getting gentle mountain rain in this mix ... reminds me of the night I spent in a castle in Kingman :)

  ← "You're on a spaceship and /they're/ looking for you. Hide." Whoever 'they' is is up to you. Have fun listening!

  Pair it with 'White Rain' and be back in one of the saddest death scenes in cinema - "All these moments will be lost, like tears in rain".

  Wow! I'm a huge Blade Runner fan and this was so evocative of the score. It really put me on an emotional journey.

  This is unbelievable! Immediately when hearing the soundscape, the whole dark dystopian atmosphere and scenes of Blade Runner rush in front of my mental eye. Fantastic work again!

  I am a monthly donating patron because of stuff like this! I have been offline for a while do to the real world, but when I returned, I always check the New. I caught in on "Electric Sheep". (How many of you remember the name of the short story Blade Runner was based upon?). Thank you, Stephane. I look forward to the album.

  As someone who religiously listened to Slow Motion throughout my 6th grade, this is just as motivating and I love it. Thanks from a 7th grader!

  This is already such an effective tribute! I can't wait to hear the "real thing." I watched the film for the first time this year (I know, I know) and it hit me like a ton of bricks. Just listening as I type this takes me right back to that place. If only our actual dystopia was so beautifully grimy and seductively dreamy.

  I've heard things you people wouldn't believe... - "More human than human is our motto", said Tyrell. - "More Blade Runner than Blade Runner is our motto", Stephane replied.

  Noice. Although, I'm confused; is Vangelis cooperating with myNoise on the upcoming release? [Editor : haha, unfortunately not]

  Always loved the Blade Runner soundtrack, so this is great. This setting with Animation turned on mixes with Rain in the City in a second player to complete the scene.

Current Slider Settings

Save in URL
Save as Cookie > Load
Clone as Minified Player
Order as an Audio file    

Presets

Distant Colony CallingDesolationSurvivorSo Vangelis Surprise!

Tape Speed Control

G #A #BC #D #EF #
Speed ÷2Speed x2Reset

Animation Control

Start A B C

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Instructions

Use a laptop or desktop computer, as you will be asked to use keyboard shortcuts.

Browse the site for slider contents: open any generator on myNoise, and select the sliders you want to use in your custom set by 'zeroing' all others, then hit [c] to collect all active sliders into a hidden stack. Move to a next generator and repeat the process until you have accumulated a total of 10 sliders. Now hit [shift+c] to render your custom generator. At any point in the process, press [x+c] to clear the hidden stack.