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  3. An ode to the moss, lichen and algae of this and other worlds; Microflora is Jack's first cassette release since 1993. I was drawn to Jack's compositions after observing him perform on a radio program a few years ago. Jack's conscious and active involvement in the process of generating ambient sound-spaces, is refreshing and stimulating, and lends a narrative quality to the work. The title of Jack's own small record publishing label, "Aural Films", suggests the focus of his audio works, which are cinematic in their approach to composition and performance. For the listener, Jack's work is like watching a film with one's ears. This is also why I reached out to Mea to provide the striking and equally narrative visuals for this album. So, with the synthesis of Jack's audio journey and Mea's inspiring visual prompt, follow these artists into a realm where living structures, normally obscured beyond the curtain of micro-scale, emerge as landscape and architecture for the wandering and questing listener...
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    WavemansUnderground friday 26th of june 20.00-2.00/7pm-1am(UK) 2-8 EST and 3-9 CST(US) --All in 192/kbps-- http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/Radio1.html or Radiosunrise.de you are welcome in the chat! ---see flyer with playlist--- SIX hours internet radio
  8. he Universe is filled with strange and curious things. Made of billions of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity these objects that span light-years form endless configurations of galactic gems that no two are alike. These tracks were inspired by and named after their documented objects. You are encouraged to click on each track to learn more.
  9. HeAD - Corpo All tracks were recorded and composed by HeAD (2019/2020) Mastered by MfH. Cd-r 100 copy limited edition. Download on Bandcamp : http://head4.bandcamp.com/album/head-corpo
  10. HeAD - Corpo All tracks were recorded and composed by HeAD (2019/2020) Mastered by MfH. Cd-r 100 copy limited edition. Download on Bandcamp : http://head4.bandcamp.com/album/head-corpo View full album
  11. Got one. Used it a lot in the 90's with great results. Very pricey.
  12. A great cheap drummer but the HR-16B was event better.
  13. Bossard

    Yamaha CS-15D

    As always when it comes to "preset synthesizers" the CS15d is usually overlooked. The Synth is one of the last Yamaha monophonic Synthesizers-range (manufactured from 1979-1982, I think) and was phased out shortly before the DX7-craze-bells-mode went completely through the roof. This is why the CS15d is forgotten, I presume. This is sad because you can get A LOT out of this small and beautiful machine. The 29 presets alone are sounding good. It´s true analogue and due to combining and mixing possibilities (and the tuning knob in between the two channels) there is already a lot to discover when you tweak here and there. The last preset is called "manual" and by pressing it, it unfolds the Manual-block on the right of the CS15d. This is a full blown VCO, VCF, VCA block which affects one of the two preset - "channels". The other channel still represents a chosen preset, which you can now mix or combine with your own programmings. I love the clear sound of the CS15d already but when you combine it with some fx this synth sounds mighty. My CS15d runs through a full loaded Yamaha SB-200 board and the combination of these two units is a sound universe for many years to discover. Definitely a well underrated synth!
  14. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 5 continues with a collection of music from American Electronic Music artist, Scott Lawlor. View full album
  15. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 5 continues with a collection of music from American Electronic Music artist, Scott Lawlor.
  16. Electronic music is created in a social and sometimes even political context. For some time now, my music has been increasingly influenced by the external circumstances of the world we live. In this regard, I would like my work to be understood as an acoustic, musical commentary. Corroded Immunity meets a world in a state of emergency in the context of a biological as well as medical crisis caused by a pandemic. But it is also a observation of how we as a society deal with this threat. Therefore, this album has three parts (or three tracks) that represent different perceived levels of threat. The first piece is a distant, rather global mood caused by the increasing threat of the crisis, the second piece expresses the own restriction or isolation in succession. The last and shortest piece is the immediate outbreak on the spot. View full album
  17. Electronic music is created in a social and sometimes even political context. For some time now, my music has been increasingly influenced by the external circumstances of the world we live. In this regard, I would like my work to be understood as an acoustic, musical commentary. Corroded Immunity meets a world in a state of emergency in the context of a biological as well as medical crisis caused by a pandemic. But it is also a observation of how we as a society deal with this threat. Therefore, this album has three parts (or three tracks) that represent different perceived levels of threat. The first piece is a distant, rather global mood caused by the increasing threat of the crisis, the second piece expresses the own restriction or isolation in succession. The last and shortest piece is the immediate outbreak on the spot.
  18. Artificial was originally released in 2011 as an MP3 collection of 16 tracks produced between 2009 and 2011. What I did not realize at the time was this album began my interest in composing what I now think of as thematic sound paintings between music and noise. What would eventually lead to the creation of a label for this kind of music called Aural Films. EMjoy these re-mastered tracks now available in full 16-bit fidelity.
  19. Label 45 Echoes Sounds, of course, first of all strives for bright, dreamy cosmic ambient, melodically bright sounds (this is what we really love). But from the very beginning of our existence, we are still trying to offer you different facets, different sides of the sound of ambient music, its different styles. And today in our catalog is a wonderful dark and ritual album of a musician from Serbia.
  20. Label 45 Echoes Sounds, of course, first of all strives for bright, dreamy cosmic ambient, melodically bright sounds (this is what we really love). But from the very beginning of our existence, we are still trying to offer you different facets, different sides of the sound of ambient music, its different styles. And today in our catalog is a wonderful dark and ritual album of a musician from Serbia. View full album
  21. After a two-year hiatus, the EugeneKha and West Remi collaboration is recording its fourth numbered album. For the first time, it will not be related to the fantastic story of the planet IINKHE. The music of the album is not tied to sci-fi themes. We are writing a very calm, beautiful ambient album. But as a promo single we chose two compositions that stand apart. Moreover, they were originally recorded for another album. But, despite their “aggressive” sound, they logically fit into the concept of the new album, slightly diluting the dreamy sound with rhythms and mysticism. What else is unusual in these tracks? Only that they contain original compositions from the solo works of each of the two members of the duet. We plan to complete the album itself in the summer and, probably, by the autumn you will already hear it.
  22. After a two-year hiatus, the EugeneKha and West Remi collaboration is recording its fourth numbered album. For the first time, it will not be related to the fantastic story of the planet IINKHE. The music of the album is not tied to sci-fi themes. We are writing a very calm, beautiful ambient album. But as a promo single we chose two compositions that stand apart. Moreover, they were originally recorded for another album. But, despite their “aggressive” sound, they logically fit into the concept of the new album, slightly diluting the dreamy sound with rhythms and mysticism. What else is unusual in these tracks? Only that they contain original compositions from the solo works of each of the two members of the duet. We plan to complete the album itself in the summer and, probably, by the autumn you will already hear it. View full album
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    Hippiesland and WavemansUnderground in 2+2 hours EM/Ambient Friday May 22 Start 7pm-11.00pm(UK) / 2-6pm(US) CST --All in 192/kbps-- http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/Radio1.html or Radiosunrise.de ---see flyer with playlist--- 1. Presentation of new albums from(*)EL KA -"Le Rêve", (*)Liese/Spyra/Vikaluk - InSPYRAtion II, and Zanov - Chaos Islands 2. An live performance from Ruud Rondou(ex-Purfoze) in a small Belgium cathedral(candles and darkness) headphone advised ! (*) Both albums where ready to be released in Berlin @SUPERBOOTH april 2020, unfortunately Corona stopped all plans. Improvised and digitally recorded You are welcome in the chat
  24. This composition was specially created for Cosmonautics Day (April 12) and was supposed to be performed at the annual Moscow festival of space music “Ours in Space”. But the Covid-19 virus made its tragic adjustments to the schedule of live performances. Therefore, we had a little more time to make this composition even better. And now we are pleased to present it to you. Like many of our tracks, “Return to Orbit” is inspired by the feat of people working in Space. In addition, this track has become an experiment in the field of sound recording for us (and we love to experiment and use non-standard instruments: for example, children's synthesizers). Here, for the first time, we decided to use the completely free audio station (DAW) LMMS for programming the drum parts and most of the synthesizer parts. It was fun and exciting. This single is not only available on our Bandcamp, but also in many online stores, such as Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, Deezer, Spotify, Yandex Music, etc.
  25. This composition was specially created for Cosmonautics Day (April 12) and was supposed to be performed at the annual Moscow festival of space music “Ours in Space”. But the Covid-19 virus made its tragic adjustments to the schedule of live performances. Therefore, we had a little more time to make this composition even better. And now we are pleased to present it to you. Like many of our tracks, “Return to Orbit” is inspired by the feat of people working in Space. In addition, this track has become an experiment in the field of sound recording for us (and we love to experiment and use non-standard instruments: for example, children's synthesizers). Here, for the first time, we decided to use the completely free audio station (DAW) LMMS for programming the drum parts and most of the synthesizer parts. It was fun and exciting. This single is not only available on our Bandcamp, but also in many online stores, such as Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, Deezer, Spotify, Yandex Music, etc. View full album
  26. The key about the music is it was generated using my computer and Python code. In short, I collected some ambient guitar sounds, and my code processed and mixed them together using randomness and looping. None was sequenced by me. So, I too feel some results are better, and that is where I am looking, where I am aiming to go with generative.
  27. A real Mpc with all the old formula and more, you can have them for very decent price it sounds nice don't believe haters it's clear with still some grit when pushed the 2kXL is a workhorse hi powered outputs, the expander output is a must. The eb16 fx board is also very good with AKAI's fx family personnality I do prefer using fx of drum machines vs external gear. This machine is a great investement. I owned all the mpc and this one symbolize for me the concept the most. This is my Akai go to. The simplicity of it keeps you focus on producing something on it. This box has limitations but also tricks to keep it better than new models in term of quality/features.
  28. Dope machine the only Ensoniq to keep. Less fragile than the asr10 and faster. Some stuff less in the sampler departement but also some more if you have an Mpc or Mv like me it's super complementary to have an Ensoniq and this one is dope.
  29. Anyone dug into the MIDI Sysex capabilities of this thing? It's packed with amazing synthesis parameters identical to the Ensoniq ESQ-1! It's insane. For example you've got access to 255 waveforms! The Sysex format needs to be figured out. Anyone wanna help?
  30. I am looking for a Keytek CTS 2000 in Europe in case anyone knows someone
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