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Infinite Guitar Space
Enter the realm of time machines and futuristic soundscapes. This generator invites the listeners to expand and explore their own inner and outer spaces. Transdimensional Traveler is inspired by the golden age of progressive and psychedelic rock, when artists would delight in taking their audiences on a journey into aural landscapes of new and unforeseen realms, where album songs could go twenty minutes and beyond, featuring long, experimental improvisations. Paul Masvidal — who kindly helped us with this guitar generator on myNoise — recorded a set of tracks that recalls those expansive guitar soundscapes with the difference being that on myNoise, the experience is literally (and blissfully) endless.
Masvidal elucidates, "People may not think of electric guitars in this way, but as a musician who's always looking to push the envelope, and leave the familiar behind, this is the realm of guitar that inspires me most. To me it's a form of painting auditory cosmic landscapes, or speaking a musical light language. The result is a crystalline harmonic vibration that emanates from sacred geometric shapes. Akin to Earth meets Sky or perhaps more aptly described as Earth meets Multiverse, I recommend taking slow deep breaths while listening, and allow the eternal you, the one that is truly infinite and boundless, to become the Transdimensional Traveler."
Masvidal has recorded a series of conceptual, acoustic, song-focused records where he collaborated with myNoise to layer custom Isochronic tones for each track to induce therapeutic brain wave states and transcendental experiences.
Published on November 15th, 2018
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This sounds like the intro to a YES song.
Mix this and Meadow Land and feel like you are in an enchanting botanical garden in outer space.
This is so soothing and makes me feel very peaceful. Stacked with Ice World and Black Hole (all zeroed except Low Voice and Interferences) evokes a majestic sense of awe and wonder.
This soundscape reminds me of the music of Blade runner, and helps a lot in focusing at work. Thanks for the new experience and keep up the good work!
The first time I heard true cosmic haunting guitar sounds was in 1983 on TV at the Holland Festival by Glenn Branca's ensemble. I got addicted to it at once. I love this generator. Slider 1,2,5 bring the magic to me. It may last forever.
His room was filled with plant life, floor to roof, most were unfamiliar. Glowing butterflies fluttered around the many flowers in bloom. He set down by his desk, getting back to his research. He sighed as more butterflies emerged from nowhere, and he laid his head onto his papers to just gaze at them. These amazing restful sounds make me feel at ease.
This makes me think of Doctor Who, and I LOVE IT.
This has helped me a lot during school hours and has opened up my mind tremendously.
I've watched entirely too much Dark lately, and you get some similar ambience and a lot more if you mess around with this and Clockwork together <3
Definitely hearing Close to the Edge. "In her white lace, you could clearly see the lady sadly looking. Saying that she'd take the blame.For the crucifixion of her own domain."
This is perfect... the pulsating is really soothing and helps me concentrate at work. Thank you!
Reminds me of early David Sylvian. Another masterpiece... thank you very much!
The library keeps growing larger, and with each new entry a marvel in your ability to make me get lost in your sounds. I open the new generators to have a quick listen, only to look down at the time and realize I've been listening for an hour...I hope my feeble donations go somewhere along the way to help you make these. Your friend, Syok
Simply awesome. May God bless you for your wonderful creativity.
This is the precise soundscape I didn't know I had been waiting for all my life. Thank you so much.
It feels like I'm forever waiting for the drop in a Pink Floyd song. I like it though!
Oh, brilliant! Brilliant! I love this setting. Thanks guys!
I've had this new one on all day now. With the sliders animated, it creates a very relaxing background. Thanks Stephane and Paul. This is beautiful!
Wonderful. I have all week to play with a new generator now. Already thinking of others to try and layer this with like Guitar Mashup or Telecaster Licks and some others!
Another truly great soundscape. Deeply relaxing and gently uplifting, still mysteriously profound. A new favourite indeed.