Observatory 4394

Distress Call Generator

(7 Votes)
Brett
4394 (Updated 3 years ago)
8.2MB
May 26, 2016
Reaktor 6
Instrument Other

DESCRIPTION

Just before the universe's "Initial Impact," the peaceful Frog-People of the Queelum Star Cluster received a mysterious message on their most primitive radio telescope. The God-Like Voice warned them of the devastating event, and gave them specific instructions on how to survive it.

Ages later, the Frog-People continued to live in peace, until a new immanent danger was realized. Their observations proved that the universe was about to enter a new destructive phase, which they called the "Final Crush." Having never lost faith in The God-Like Voice, they set out into space, building radio telescopes throughout the Star Cluster, hoping to once again receive instructions on how to survive.

The modern Frog-People believed every word of their ancestor's tale, and that The Voice would once again speak to them. After all, their civilization kept perfect records of their past, so they knew it to be true. With the Final Crush drawing closer by the hour, they remained hopeful, and The Voice did at last speak to them...

From an antique radio telescope named "Observatory 4394," located on their very own home-planet Queelum, they heard it whisper. The Voice revealed a mysterious code, with instructions on how to convert the telescope into a transmitter. Upon its activation appeared an exit portal from the universe, transporting all the Frog-People to safety, and towards The God-Like Voice...




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Credits to Cal Scott for the background art, and Sandy Small, Colugo_, Michael Hetrick for blocks.

COMMENTS  (10)

Anders Arensbach
11 months ago
this makes awesome space alien texture sounds compinered with soundtoys 5 this is mind blown
Jan Brähler
3 years ago
:D great disturbing tunes!
Brett
3 years ago
Thanks.. I'm so confused..
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
No worries... just received a fond enconium through beacon 4204 experessing Q's approval
Brett
3 years ago
Yeah, me too.. With moderate range settings it sounds nice. Too high for too long can be harsh. Thanks again.
Paule
3 years ago
A more I like the sounds in the mid range of freq.
Brett
3 years ago
:)
Paule
3 years ago
Yepp!
Brett
3 years ago
Thanks! I hope you don't mind, I used your band name as a planet! I don't remember quite all the mythology but I'm trying to play along!
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
Awesome Brett! Really cool alien signals... i like all the flashing leds and stuff! i have a few other differently located Obsevatory designs that might be cool for a sequel ensemble, i'll send them your way soon to check out.
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