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M.NOMIZED

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  • Birthday 09/02/1956

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  1. Brand new recorded for Harsh Reality Music: HR340 M.NOMIZED A Shroud Of Purity M.NOMIZED : Synthesizers, Loops, Dronescapes, Percussions. Music composed and played by M.Nomized. Recorded and mixed at Fraction Studio (France). Cover and visuals by M.Nomized. All rights reserved. (P) 2020 HARSH REALITY MUSIC (USA). " Special thanx to Chris Phinney - Love and Prayer" Link : mnomized.bandcamp.com
  2. Brand new recorded for Harsh Reality Music: HR340 M.NOMIZED A Shroud Of Purity M.NOMIZED : Synthesizers, Loops, Dronescapes, Percussions. Music composed and played by M.Nomized. Recorded and mixed at Fraction Studio (France). Cover and visuals by M.Nomized. All rights reserved. (P) 2020 HARSH REALITY MUSIC (USA). " Special thanx to Chris Phinney - Love and Prayer" Link : mnomized.bandcamp.com View full album
  3. M.NOMIZED : Synthesizers, Loops, Dronescapes, Percussions, Reversed Sounds. SRVTR : Additional Electronic Sounds. Music composed and played by M.Nomized. Recorded and mixed at Fraction Studio. Cover and designs by Sakuro Watanabe (Japan). www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010080557818 Colors by M.Nomized. All rights reserved. P.2020 FRACTION STUDIO. Links : mnomized.bandcamp.com srvtr.bandcamp.com
  4. M.NOMIZED : Synthesizers, Dronescapes, Soundscapes, Evolutiv Loops, Treatments, Percussions. Music composed and played by M.Nomized. Recorded and mixed at Fraction Studio. Cover and visuals by M.Nomized. All rights reserved. P.2019 FRACTION STUDIO (France).
  5. M.NOMIZED : Synthesizers, Dronescapes, Soundscapes, Evolutiv Loops, Treatments, Percussions. Music composed and played by M.Nomized. Recorded and mixed at Fraction Studio. Cover and visuals by M.Nomized. All rights reserved. P.2018 FRACTION STUDIO (France).
  6. Special thanx to Bloop and Eric Viel.
  7. " 1. Galdrastafir are Icelandic and appear from around 1400 through to 1800 (late middle-age to early modern period). Most are from the 17th century, and there are hundreds of them. 2. They borrow concepts from pagan times, from Vikings, from Norse / Nordic gods, myths and folklore, and from runic characters, but they also reflect issues current for their times and both pagan and Christian beliefs. It is likely that Galdrastafir gained popularity in Iceland after other symbols were seen in middle-age grimoires from mainland Europe. 3. Since 1800 CE, Galdrastafir have been drawn and redrawn, often in compilations, and on many occasions done with missing or added elements that change how they originally looked. " View full album
  8. " 1. Galdrastafir are Icelandic and appear from around 1400 through to 1800 (late middle-age to early modern period). Most are from the 17th century, and there are hundreds of them. 2. They borrow concepts from pagan times, from Vikings, from Norse / Nordic gods, myths and folklore, and from runic characters, but they also reflect issues current for their times and both pagan and Christian beliefs. It is likely that Galdrastafir gained popularity in Iceland after other symbols were seen in middle-age grimoires from mainland Europe. 3. Since 1800 CE, Galdrastafir have been drawn and redrawn, often in compilations, and on many occasions done with missing or added elements that change how they originally looked. "
  9. M.NOMIZED

    Pierre Henry Birthday

    https://ifarmusiqueconcretecompilation.bandcamp.com/album/ifar-musique-concr-te-requiem-pour-pierre-henry-compilation
  10. M.NOMIZED

    Pierre Henry Birthday

    https://ifarmusiqueconcretecompilation.bandcamp.com/album/ifar-musique-concr-te-homage-pour-pierre-henry-compilation
  11. M.NOMIZED

    Robert Fripp Birthday

    Robert Fripp (born 16 May 1946) is an English guitarist, composer and record producer. As a guitarist for the progressive rock band King Crimson, Fripp has been the only member to have played in all of King Crimson's line-ups from their inception in the late 1960s to the present. He has also worked extensively as a studio musician, notably with singer David Bowie on the albums "Heroes" and Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps), Brian Eno, David Sylvian and contributed sounds to the Windows Vista operating system. His complete discography lists more than seven hundred releases over four decades. He is ranked 62nd on Rolling Stone magazine's 2011 list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time after having been ranked by David Fricke 42nd on its 2003 list. Tied with Andrés Segovia, he also is ranked 47th on Gibson's Top 50 guitarists of all time. His compositions often feature unusual time signatures, which have been influenced by classical and folk traditions. His innovations include Frippertronics, soundscapes, and new standard tuning. Read more - https://www.dgmlive.com/robert-fripp
  12. Recorded in November 1968 and February 1969 George’s Electronic Sound was released in May 1969, it was the second, and final, record released on The Beatles’ Apple Records subsidiary label, Zapple Records. It was yet more proof that George was ahead of his time and in many respects the most musically enquiring of the four Beatles. Electronic Sound is made up of two long pieces of music, originally one on each side of the LP, that are performed on the Moog synthesizer; the Moog IIIc modular system was purchased by George from its inventor, Robert Moog. The record was made against a background of musical exploration that characterised London and Los Angeles in 1968 …Avant-garde was everywhere. Side 2 of the album ‘No Time or Space’ was the first to be recorded and was done in Los Angeles in November 1968. George had finished work on The Beatles (White Album) and had flown to America’s West Coast to produce Jackie Lomax’s Apple album, Is This What You Want? at Sound Recorders Studio in Hollywood. Lomax’s album featured a Moog that had been brought to the studio by Bernie Krause, who along with musical partner, Paul Beaver, had recorded The Nonsuch Guide to Electronic Music, and was acting as something of a ‘salesman’ for Robert Moog’s invention. It was following work on the Lomax album that George, with Krause’s help, recorded the 25 minute piece. Side one of the LP is ‘Under the Mersey Wall’, an 18 minute piece that references the river on which Liverpool is built and it was recorded at Kinfauns, George’s home in Esher, Surrey, in February 1969. The title also refers to a weekly column in The Liverpool Echo, written by another George Harrison (no relation), entitled ‘Over the Mersey Wall’. In 1970 white noise from this track was used on ‘I Remember Jeep’, one of the jams included on All Things Must Pass. The album’s cover was a painting done by George and many years later his son Dhani asked his father if he could have the painting that was leaning against a wall, somewhat neglected, at home in Henley, to hang in his bedroom. A few years later George explained to Dhani what the painting was all about, “That’s Derek (Taylor) holding on to all of Apple’s aggravation and problems that are looming over everyone. That’s Neil (Aspinall) frowning and Mal (Evans) smiling with him in the chair. That’s Eric (Clapton) on the right there and the green guy on the front is Bernie (Krause), with his bow tie and pocket square, patching everything through the board. That’s me making the tea (small blue face smiling) and that’s the cat, Jostick, the small green demon like figure on the front cover.” The album and George’s Moog itself play an important part in The Beatles story as it was taken to Abbey Road studios in the summer of 1969 and used in the recording of The Beatles’ Abbey Road. As George later recalled, “The Moog synthesiser was enormous, with hundreds of jack plugs and two keyboards. But it was one thing having one, it was another thing making it work. When you listen to the sounds on songs like, ‘Here Comes The Sun’, it does some good things, but they’re all very kind of infant sounds.” Electronic Sound is a musical marker, one that George laid down during a period of intense inventiveness and in a world where everything and anything were possible.
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