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13 Dec 2019 21:14

Great new heavy ambient/downtempo album from Aes Dana.

 
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22 Jun 2020 02:42

my youtube recommendations made me listen to the Russian doomer music sets and those turned out to be so good!

https://youtu.be/Qq77nxwbky8
 
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26 Jul 2020 10:14

One of the new things I have tried in Quarantine is listening to the SpaceEngine soundtrack with headphones on. I found it fascinating to discover some pretty amazing basslines in tracks like "Ashterra - Asleep Civilization" and "AstroPilot - In The Middle", among other things.

I don't know if it's normal or not to use headphones while playing SE, but if you haven't tried already, then I totally recommend it. ;)
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04 Aug 2020 04:20

Some more spacerock. \m/



 
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13 Dec 2020 10:20



Holy *** the sound layering in this track is phenomenal.
 
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14 Dec 2020 04:23

wow can I record this and make an OGG file with this music for Space Engine?
 
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14 Dec 2020 17:46

A-L-E-X, you can support the artist and get their music on bandcamp.
 
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15 Dec 2020 23:45

Watsisname wrote:
A-L-E-X, you can support the artist and get their music on bandcamp.

Thanks, how does one do that?  Also, do you think I should try to communicate with the artist, mention SE, and ask them if they would want their work to be included?
 
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A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post Thanks, how does one do that?


Purchasing their music is supporting them.  For clarity, (and I hope this didn't need to be said), recording their music for nonpersonal use and distributing it would be copyright infringement and illegal.
 
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18 Dec 2020 06:04

No of course not, that's why I asked you if it would be appropriate for me to communicate with them.  About recording their music and distributing it on SE, I actually already communicated with Youtube about it and they told me it's okay for *most* (I still need to ask though) as long as I dont make any money off of it and they have a program to give anything garnered through "Google ads" back to the artist.  I dont do Google ads though and have no desire to make any money off of this, I just believe in sharing the beauty of art and science with all.

Also, I need to add that in my conversations with Youtube/Google customer service they told me that the "default music" that comes with SE has some copyright issues (but nothing too serious, the default music can be used in videos but can't be monetized....something I dont care about anyway.)  I love supporting original musicians and other artists, I just will not under any circumstances support the corrupt RIAA/MPAA who have been harassing people with frivolous lawsuits and installing spyware/viruses/keyloggers on personal computers to track people (I think they finally stopped doing all this when they realized how angry people had gotten and saw their bottom line dropping- which is all they really care about anyway.)  As if it isn't enough that governments use warrantless mass surveillance lol.  I'd much rather send money to artists directly rather than go through these corrupt organizations which take 90% or more of earnings if you go through the usual channels.  I was so glad to see Sony hacked a few years ago (just like the revelations about our government that came out via Snowden) and all their dirty little secrets revealed; Sony, Nestle and a few others have got to be among the most corrupt corporations on the planet.  
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