Shiny Crazy Cluster
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As an exercise and humble tribute to my favorite progressive rock band, I tried to recreate Pink Floyd's slow atmospheric moods by assembling different stems already present on myNoise. I ended up creating something reminiscent of both introductions of Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Cluster One. An immersive experience in my teenage years...


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  If you'd had told me this was a real Pink Floyd song, I would have believed you without question. It's simply incredible, well done!

  So very well suited to drift with your mind in some nirvana stage.

  Mix with Flying Fortress, and you can float away with the pigs (and watch out for Syd drifting past on a cloud).

  Wow! I don't know how to describe this beautiful sound. I lie in bed and let the music really fill my whole body. I feel soooo sleepy really quickly. Nicely done! I love it so much.

  This truly feels like the longest Pink Floyd song intro ever. I keep waiting for the vocals to start!

  I normally only use binaurals or noise to concentrate on coding/writing, but this is really hell of a crossbreed between a generator and one of my favourite bands - it definitely does the trick in terms of concentration (while the original albums would be too demanding for that). Thumbs up for the creative accomplishment!

  Absolutely beautiful and dreamy <3

  Very creative channel. I had to turn the the far right slider (number station 9) completely down, as it is a bigger distraction than the noise outside that I'm drying to drive away. With the volume down, I can sleep with this. Thanks for the hard work.

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