A. Panacea

A. Panacea

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Unique - Soundtracks | Chester, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 907   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Nina posted over 30 days ago to A. Panacea


Hey I really like your music. Would you like to work on a composition sometime? Also what software do you use? The music and sounds are awesome!?

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A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago


https://www.facebook.com/officialap anacea
https://www.facebook.com/auralpanac ea
https://soundcloud.com/apanacea

Apologies.. my previous comments weren't listing my links correctly. Actually just updated the Artist Info above with my current set up. And thank you for the kind words, I'm enjoying your work thus far :)


A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago to A. Panacea


GREETINGS -- fellow composers and musicians! Being a ghost to broadjam for some time, I return with "The Rapture - Part II", featuring vocals (a first for me). I'm starting to more properly engineer my soundscapes, hoping to use Ozone for even better masters as soon as I get my meathooks to finagle with the software.... but for now - Stay Inspired.
- aP


   
 
Ario Casi posted over 30 days ago to A. Panacea


thanks for the friendship, cool tunes.. Ario

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A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago


Thanks, brother. Good luck with your endeavors.

aP


A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago to Peter Mor


Thanks for the add, brother. Just started listening to your tracks.. and love 'em. Dig that big sound (:

   
 
Vi: 00110110 posted over 30 days ago to A. Panacea


Ministry of rock rules... i hope you find a way to purchase it. We use it in nearly every production and obviously... The results speak for themselves.

Thanks for listening.

All My best.

N


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A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago


Ah, the pleasure is all mine. Always quality on your end; that collaboration/remix sounds sickly.

Yes, I certainly need to get my meathooks on a copy of Ministry for my guitar fix... I'll probably go straight for the second release? And if you [guys] don't mind my asking, what electronic library/libraries do you use most? Or are you just working with a massive library of sounds collected over time? My largest comes from Omnisphere; the variety's great, but there's always more to be had...


Vi: 00110110 posted over 30 days ago


Synth design is either "Absynth or Reason."

Orchestration and natural timbres go to "East-West" (hands down.)

Drums is a combination of Reason and Ministry of Rock.

Guitars go to Ministry of rock but Austin has his own Guitar set up and its not MOR. You'd have to ask him.

Regarding the engineering... Typically Protools and Waves is at the end of the process but sometimes i'll use Reason as a stepping stone in the mastering.

Hope its useful:)

N


A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago


Useful and a half, N.

Most appreciated. I'll be browsing your work in the next month for inspiration (:

-- gs (aP)


Benjamin Stone posted over 30 days ago to A. Panacea


Greetings Mr. Panacea-

I like your new composition. Nice build. Well done.

-Benjamin Stone


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Benjamin Stone posted over 30 days ago


"Perspective" was the one I was referring to.


A. Panacea posted over 30 days ago


Thanks, Ben! That means a lot to me. I've been vying to open my ears to your entire bed of songs [along with Broadjam members in general] but it's gotten so busy on my end. When it rains it pours I guess. But I remember getting blown away by 'The King's Jester Rides to Work' amongst a couple of others. Huge fan of that style.

I have ~10 more tracks to release alongside 'Perspective' so I look forward to sharing. Regardless, I'll get out of my hermit stage and listen to all of your masterpieces sooner than later.

Totally appreciating the appreciation, Mr. Stone! :)

- gs (AP)