I'm sorry if I am asking an excessively obvious question to seasoned Caustic users. I am interested in making ambient/ chillout/ downtempo music and there are beautiful examples by Nishit, Wardini, Pan65, and Willy3k that I have come across in the forum. I am amazed by the quality of the craftsmanship (of the musicians, and of the maker of this incredible software).
But I am mystified by one very beautiful track - frozen trees, by Willy3k. It does not use the sequencer, and I cannot make sense of the available caustic file. (I am very much aware that I still need several intermediate steps before even coming close that level). Wardini also uses the same 'structure' to make a Lord of the Ring' inspired track - I forgot the title.
Can anyone kindly give me some pointers - what kind of automation, or some other form of routing that allows for these lush and complex layering of sounds? More specifically, how is this 'sequencer-less' music produced?
Thank you in advance.