Harmony in the notes is important. It depends on the author, his style of music, his mood at the time of writing the track, on his own worldview. If harmony is present, it is sometimes simple and unobtrusive. The use of randomness, long sounds, vibrations, gives us organic music for a conscious flow of thought.
ANTON VALERIEVICH ABOUT THE TYPES OF AMBIENT
Subgenres are the natural evolution of a certain style. If the original ambient seems boring or incomprehensible to you, Anton Sibil presents its varieties in which you can find yourself:
Let’s start with the academic. When a musician with an academic background takes over. The method of authorial reception and some kind of randomness creates a structural melody that gives insight. Experimental ambient, on the other hand, is unstructured, trance-like, and soothing.
Space ambient is predominantly synthesizer music, an ’80s aesthetic
and notions of space. The drone style can impress you with its lingering and long melodies, repetitive timbres, and lingering pauses.
Moving on to an offshoot of the genre: dark ambient. This style is filled with darkness, mysticism, and depth. Anton Sibil warns that dark can be unsettling due to frightening timbres, low-pitched sounds, and harsh moments. Those who are ready for this genre delve into the depths of their soul and subconscious.
AMBIENT, HARMONY, AWARENESS.
Ambient is so damn diverse. It’s up to you where to start on the road to understanding this creativity. Sybil Anton assures, this time without a subjective worldview, that this incredible music will open the thresholds of your mind.
Trust the music, the mind and the harmony. Immerse yourself in an endless stream of musical depth. Ambient opens unexplored pathways of our subconscious, solving inner conflicts. Immerse yourself in it and reach the next level.
You shouldn’t limit yourself to one style of ambient. Each subgenre will be important at some point in your journey to harmony. Diversify your playlist and it will bring new colors to your life.
Listen, immerse yourself, evolve, and become aware. Once your understanding of music comes, you’ll understand your next step.
Your guide, Anton Sibil.