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  1. Our dear musical brothers and sisters! Label 45 Echoes Sounds wishes you a Happy New Year! We hope that 2020 will bring you a great many joyful moments and wonderful musical discoveries. And, of course, we hope that in 2020 our music will not leave your playlists. We will try to surprise you in the new year. And together with us we offer to make another musical journey along the sound waves of the 45 Echoes Sounds label. The new issue of WALL OF AMBIENT SOUND is a mix of the best tracks published on our label in 2019. In addition, the mix includes several premiere tracks that have not yet been officially published. We hope that these sounds will be pleasant to your ears. Happy listening and happy New Year! BANDCAMP RELEASE LINK MIXCLOUD MP3 RELEASE LINK Playlist: 1. West Remi - Second Day # 3 [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E080-2019] 2. Whalt Thisney - Wrapped In Quietude [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E082-2019] 3. EugeneKha - Winter Queen [EugeneKha’ Bandcamp, 2019] 4. Amazon Watcher - Live At Ambient And More Fest Vol. 7 (fragment) [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E081-2019] 5. S.A.M. - Sunrise in the Arctic [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E083-2019] 6. EugeneKha & West Remi (INKHE Project) - Second D [New. Premiere, 2019] 7. Whalt Thisney - Sleeping Valleys [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E082-2019] 8. West Remi - Second Day # 4 [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E080-2019] 9. West Remi - Second Day # 6 [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E080-2019] 10. Amazon Watcher - Biodiversity [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E084-2019] 11. EugeneKha - Ice Field [New. Premiere, 2019] 12. Whalt_Thisney - Enclosure [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E082-2019] 13. Amazon Watcher - Cloud Current [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E084-2019] 14. Amazon Watcher - Invocation Ambient [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E084-2019] 15. S.A.M. - Krill [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E083-2019] 16. EugeneKha & West Remi (INKHE Project) - Sleep OFF [EugeneKha’s Bandcamp. 2019] 17. S.A.M. - The Mind Of The Killer Whales [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E083-2019] 18. Whalt_Thisney - Impermanence [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E082-2019] 19. West Remi - Second Day # 2 [45 Echoes Sounds | 45E080-2019] 20. EugeneKha - Nano Water 2019 [EugeneKha’s Bandcamp. 2019]
  2. The new issue of WALL OF AMBIENT SOUND is a mix of the best tracks published on our label in 2019. In addition, the mix includes several premiere tracks that have not yet been officially published.
  3. The new issue of WALL OF AMBIENT SOUND is a mix of the best tracks published on our label in 2019. In addition, the mix includes several premiere tracks that have not yet been officially published. View full album
  4. The Woods is a single from the upcoming album Ruins by Alex Haas. Alex Haas (born 1963, NYC, USA,) label owner of Sonicontinuum, has been working with many renowned artists including U2, Brian Eno, Eric Clapton, Kronos Quartet, Pat Metheny and Bill Laswell. His first collaboration with Dutch composer Michel Banabila started in April on Collector, a track from Banabila's album Uprooted (Tapu Records / 2019). They then decided to renew their collaboration on The Woods, and Alex invited his long time collaborator, Bill Laswell to join this recording. The Woods became an atmospheric organic blend of experimental ambient, 4th world exotica and lush electronics. Synths and treated guitars by Alex Haas are mixed with Banabila's electronically processed voices, keys and field recordings, together with deep bass sounds by Laswell. Mixed and produced by Alex Haas. mastered by Marlon Wolterink.
  5. Silent Records, America’s premier ambient record label, is bringing their mystical brand of ambient and drone music back to Dunsmuir this October. Dronesmuir (a portmanteau of the words Dunsmuir and Drone) is the second of a series of music concerts planned by Silent Records for 2019. Drone music will be performed by three artists on the Silent label: Jack Hertz (San Francisco)—small hand-percussion and acoustic instruments processed via synthesizer Stuart McLeod (Portland)—hydrophone, brainwaves, waterphone & digital processing Mark Schlipper (Seattle)—guitar and effects. Jack Hertz promises to enthrall the audience with realtime processing via synthesizers of small handmade instruments. Stuart McLeod’s performance will make use of a hydrophone (underwater microphone) dropped into the underground rivulet below the restaurant. The hydrophone signal, combined with the waterphone will be processed digitally and controlled by the artist’s brainwaves. Mark Schlipper plays guitar in the Seattle drone-doom band The Luna Moth and will perform a solo guitar drone set. In addition, Jack Hertz will be speaking with music students at College of the Siskiyous at noon on Friday, October 18. The Wheelhouse will have food and beverages available for purchase, and Silent Records will have a merchandise table stocked with releases by these artists and many rarities from the Silent Records vault. Sound by China Cat Sound About the artists: Jack Hertz Inspired by the mystery of life, Jack Hertz manipulates sound to create intangible techno- oganic impressions between music and noise. Jack’s live performance will present a journey into the sonic middle ground between the real and the artificial utilizing instruments, found objects, field recordings, and real-time processing to create a sonic environment the audience can explore. Jack has been composing and recording music for more than 30 years. More on his work can be found at JackHertz.com Stuart McLeod Stuart McLeod has composed music for film, stage, and concert hall, for classical, improv, and rock groups. He has played with Gamelan Northwest and led the experimental group SIL2K. Stuart studied composition with Richard Karpen, William O. Smith and Kenneth Benshoof. Current investigations deal with composition vs. improvisation, conscious vs. unconscious will, and the concept of ‘self’. He’ll be performing a piece processing sounds from a hydrophone and waterphone with brain wave activity from an EEG headset controlling audio processing software. More information on his work can be found at stuartmcleod.bandcamp.com. Mark Schlipper Restless and prone to experimentation, Mark got his start playing music in the 80’s in Washington, DC, studying the avant garde in libraries and hardcore in garages. Moving to North Carolina in the early 90’s he began exploring the psychoactive effects of drone, repetition, and particular frequency ranges, sometimes in solo performances, sometimes in groups. In the late 90’s, he eventually brought his odd blend of genres and styles with him to the Pacific Northwest where his solo work has continued to evolve and shape-shift. “One of my bands released a new album, heavier and darker than previous releases, and it gained some attention, in part for my contribution on guitar, and the nature of the drone I was inclined toward. This led me to explore the element of drone more fully in my solo work—taking those things that were background or accent, and making them the focus. This new work tends toward a more ‘maximalist’ approach, with any lighter moments, as the accents, to help draw out the rest. Ideally creating a sound that is a physical presence in the room and in the head.” —Mark Schlipper The Wheelhouse 5841 Sacramento Ave, Dunsmuir, CA 96025 Telephone: (530) 678-3502 SILENT RECORDS Listen: silentrecords.bandcamp.com For more information contact: kim@silentrecords.us
  6. This collection of essays has been assembled and developed from papers given at the Ambient@40 International Conference held in February 2018 at the University of Huddersfield. The original premise of the conference was not merely to celebrate Eno’s work and the landmark release of Music for Airports in 1978, but to consider the development of the genre, how it has permeated our wider musical culture, and what the role of such music is today given the societal changes that have occurred since the release of that album. In the context of the conference, ambient was considered from the perspectives of aesthetic, influence, appropriation, process, strategy and activity. A detailed consideration of each of these topics could fill many volumes. With that in mind, this book does not seek to provide an in-depth analysis of each of these topics or a comprehensive history of the last 40 years of ambient music. Rather it provides a series of provocations, observations and reflections that each open up seams for further discussion. As such, this book should be read as a starting point for future research, one that seeks to critically interrogate the very meaning of ‘ambient’, how it creates its effect, and how the genre can remain vital and relevant in twenty-first century music-making. Music Beyond Airports features the following authors and essays: Monty Adkins: Fragility, Noise, And Atmosphere In Ambient Music Axel Berndt: Adaptive Game Scoring With Ambient Music Lisa Colton: Channelling The Ecstasy Of Hildegard Von Bingen: “O Euchari” Remixed Simon Cummings: The Steady State Theory: Recalibrating The Quiddity Of Ambient Music Ambrose Field: Space In The Ambience: Is Ambient Music Socially Relevant? Ulf Holbrook: A Question Of Background: Sites Of Listening Justin Morey: Ambient House: “Little Fluffy Clouds” And The Sampler As Time Machine Richard Talbot: Three Manifestations Of Spatiality In Ambient Music David Toop: How Much World Do You Want? Ambient Listening And Its Questions
  7. In the catalog of the digital label 45 Echoes Sounds - new release. Under number [45E081] - a new work ambient project Amazon Watcher, for which replies Moscow musician and leading the festival Ambient & More Kirill Alexandrov (LFK Kirill). The recording was made during a live performance at the Pharmaceutical Garden of the Botanical Garden of Moscow State University, 27 April 2019. Ambient & More Festival Vol. 7 This atmospheric space and darkly ambient! View full album
  8. In the catalog of the digital label 45 Echoes Sounds - new release. Under number [45E081] - a new work ambient project Amazon Watcher, for which replies Moscow musician and leading the festival Ambient & More Kirill Alexandrov (LFK Kirill). The recording was made during a live performance at the Pharmaceutical Garden of the Botanical Garden of Moscow State University, 27 April 2019. Ambient & More Festival Vol. 7 This atmospheric space and darkly ambient!
  9. OneAmbient4

    Patterns

    Patterns... a journey thru ambient and dark ambient themes. Thank you and enjoy. credits released April 4, 2019 license Copyright, all rights reserved
  10. Earth's not too distant future, is told in this ambient space album story, of an Earth that has used up most of its resources, and has located another planet they called "Homestead II". Envision as you will, traveling to Homestead II, passing the planets on the way. Into the darkness of space itself. Heading to a place of hopefully no more tears. You even get to visit for a short time the ships engine control room. And not having fears of the darkness and monsters.
  11. This is actually a mix of symphonic and ambient music. This is the tip of the iceberg. 12 recent (as of 2019-05-25) pieces out of 714 (141:13:36 hhh:mm:ss). I am happy to support our host, Jack Hertz in his open-minded and open heart collection of pieces and I hope that folks get at least some part of the joy that the music brings me. Please note: These pieces are spread out over a few albums, so it might be easiest to go to the pieces page (https://danielrobertlahey.com/pieces.php) or to use the "search" drop-down on the home page to locate pieces.
  12. Universal Music will next month issue In Search of Hades: The Virgin Recordings 1973 – 1979 a massive 18-CD and 7-LP Tangerine Dream collections. Tangerine Dream were pioneers of electronic and ambient music and this box set features newly remastered versions of the albums Phaedra, Rubycon, Ricochet, Stratosfear, Encore, Cyclone and Force Majeure all drawn from the original first generation master tapes and and new Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound mixes of Phaedra and Ricochet by Steven Wilson. In Search of Hades includes eight CDs of previously unreleased material including two CDs of Phaedra outtakes, three London concerts in full (Victoria Palace Theatre in 1974, The Rainbow Theatre in 1974 and Royal Albert Hall in 1975) along with the previously unreleased full soundtrack to ‘Oedipus Tyrannus’, recorded in July 1974 (which is also on the blu-ray remixed in 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo by Steven Wilson). Due to what multi-track tapes were available Steven Wilson could only create stereo remixes of two tracks from Phaedra (the title track and ‘Sequent C’). Therefore for the 5.1 mix on the blu-ray, the other two tracks – ‘Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares’ and ‘Moments of a Visionary’ – are Penteo upmixes (i.e. not ‘true’ 5.1 but according to SW these still sound “very good”). Steven explains his approach below: “My role was to create new stereo and 5.1 mixes of whatever could be found of the original album multitrack tapes, but that turned out to be only Ricochet and 2 tracks from Phaedra. However, a number of reels of unreleased music were also found, such that ‘In Search of Hades’ also includes a generous 8 CDs of previously unreleased material. Perhaps most notable amongst these is the previously unreleased full soundtrack to ‘Oedipus Tyrannus’ (75 minutes) recorded in July 1974. Extracts from these recording sessions have previously been included on Rubycon, Encore and the Virgin sampler album ‘V’, but the full 75 minute recording has for the first time been mixed in stereo and 5.1 for the box set.” As well as the 5.1 mixes of Phaedra, Oedipus Tyrannus and Ricochet, the two blu-ray discs offer visual content in the form of a 1976 German TV performance and BBC Old Grey Whistle Test broadcast of Tangerine Dream at Coventry Cathedral. The record label are calling this the “definitive statement of this period in Tangerine Dream’s history” and in terms of packaging this is presented as a hardback book featuring new sleeve notes, rare photographs and images of memorabilia. In Search of Hades: The Virgin Recordings 1973-1979 is released on 31 May 2019.
  13. EugeneKha

    Gravity

    Debut album of young Ukrainian ambient project
  14. I am not sure what you were up to this weekend-- following the end of the U.S. shutdown, reading a book, enjoying a slice of pie. Whatever it was, you may not have noticed that radio changed forever. Now, there will always be those who need to hear Jimmy Buffett once again, who love their “Margaritaville” and their Classic Rock Radio. I am not here for those people. I am here for folks who feel that their listening experience(s) are lacking something. I want to provide that missing mystery element. And I want to do so using these 3 free, Public Domain Internet Radio Stations: Endless Dub Radio-- You may love dub music as I do. What I wanted to do was to lay down a number of beat and basslines, and to allow the computer to select randomly from sets of sounds, looping a set of these sounds over the beats. I call the loop sets “Sessions”, and each has many sounds to choose from. As a result, when you tune in to Endless Dub Radio, you hear fresh version after version of dub-- never the same moment twice. To make things better, and in the spirit of dub music, you can bring the sounds in or out. Certain browsers allow you control the level(s) of each of the embedded players, and all allow you to turn players on or off. Tracks load themselves after each beat segment fades out, so the stream continues to evolve. Participate as much or as little as you choose, Endless Dub Radio is for you, not for profit, or for any commercial interests whatsoever: http://www.thomasparksolutions4.com/ Generative Soundscape Radio-- In a similar spirit, and with a similar functionality, GSR pulls randomly-chosen sets of sounds from particular Sessions. These sounds are soundscape elements. There are no beats with this station, just quiet ambient and drone elements that loop for periods of time and, when the first sound ends, cue a new set of sounds to load. This station has effectively held my interest for hours on end, and I have also managed to sleep while letting it play. Listeners can change sound levels using embedded controls. Generative Soundscape Radio is also not-for-profit, and its code and sounds are available in the Public Domain: http://www.thomasparksolutions.com/ Thomas Park Audio Explorer-- Listening to a radio station compose pieces for you can be cool, as with these first two stations. Sometimes you may want to listen to pre-recorded material. The Audio Explorer is great for this. Where it one-ups conventional radio is that it draws from multiple playlists, each chosen at random. These playlists, in turn, contain as many as thousands of unique tracks. These tracks are all cc-licensed. Listening becomes a process of discovery. Listeners are able to (and encouraged to) download tracks that interest them from the player page. The Audio Explorer was created in order to help adventurous listeners find music they might have missed. It brings no money in for Thomas Park or for anyone, and its components are Public Domain: http://www.thomasparksolutions3.com/ So, while you were eating pie this weekend, can we summarize the main change in radio? It was that, radio was always run by commercial entities, and served other purposes than its listeners. As of now, radio is free, generative, public domain, and created to serve you.
  15. Radio Has Changed
     
    I am not sure what you were up to this weekend-- following the end of the U.S. shutdown, reading a book, enjoying a slice of pie. Whatever it was, you may not have noticed that radio changed forever.
     
    Now, there will always be those who need to hear Jimmy Buffett once again, who love their “Margaritaville” and their Classic Rock Radio. I am not here for those people. I am here for folks who feel that their listening experience(s) are lacking something. I want to provide that missing mystery element.
     
    And I want to do so using these 3 free, Public Domain Internet Radio Stations:
     
    Endless Dub Radio-- You may love dub music as I do. What I wanted to do was to lay down a number of beat and basslines, and to allow the computer to select randomly from sets of sounds, looping a set of these sounds over the beats. I call the loop sets “Sessions”, and each has many sounds to choose from. As a result, when you tune in to Endless Dub Radio, you hear fresh version after version of dub-- never the same moment twice. To make things better, and in the spirit of dub music, you can bring the sounds in or out. Certain browsers allow you control the level(s) of each of the embedded players, and all allow you to turn players on or off. Tracks load themselves after each beat segment fades out, so the stream continues to evolve. Participate as much or as little as you choose, Endless Dub Radio is for you, not for profit, or for any commercial interests whatsoever: http://www.thomasparksolutions4.com/
     
    Generative Soundscape Radio-- In a similar spirit, and with a similar functionality, GSR pulls randomly-chosen sets of sounds from particular Sessions. These sounds are soundscape elements. There are no beats with this station, just quiet ambient and drone elements that loop for periods of time and, when the first sound ends, cue a new set of sounds to load. This station has effectively held my interest for hours on end, and I have also managed to sleep while letting it play. Listeners can change sound levels using embedded controls. Generative Soundscape Radio is also not-for-profit, and its code and sounds are available in the Public Domain: http://www.thomasparksolutions.com/
     
    Thomas Park Audio Explorer-- Listening to a radio station compose pieces for you can be cool, as with these first two stations. Sometimes you may want to listen to pre-recorded material. The Audio Explorer is great for this. Where it one-ups conventional radio is that it draws from multiple playlists, each chosen at random. These playlists, in turn, contain as many as thousands of unique tracks. These tracks are all cc-licensed. Listening becomes a process of discovery. Listeners are able to (and encouraged to) download tracks that interest them from the player page. The Audio Explorer was created in order to help adventurous listeners find music they might have missed. It brings no money in for Thomas Park or for anyone, and its components are Public Domain: http://www.thomasparksolutions3.com/
     
    So, while you were eating pie this weekend, can we summarize the main change in radio? It was that, radio was always run by commercial entities, and served other purposes than its listeners. As of now, radio is free, generative, public domain, and created to serve you.
  16. WavemansUnderground friday 28th december http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/Radio1.html or radiosunrise.de 20.00-0.00 / 7-11pm(UK) 2-6pm(US ) CST All tracks in 192/kbps You are welcome in the chat. Releases from Syngate, Groove, E-Wooldisc etc. 2018 was a year from good concerts for Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands aswell United Kingdom with visitors from all directions. 1. Listen the Groove releases from Ron and Serge and The Return - PERU, and good DJ and musician (ESP)Marc van Oers best one ever "The Chernobyl Disaster" 2. Belgium hase also very nice releases: NBN, and the triple CD Ambient Nation 5...... who is behind "Earthwave" ?? Listen and you know it'centipede' Jean-Marc Lederman special selected tracks with vocals!! Thanks to Johan Geens who helped me out for a long search(1984) in Film music !3. Germany is always ready with new releases, BUT !not on label musicians or even mentioned in Schallwelle make the BEST music....... Listen the latest WavemansUnderground this year, thank you for joining and Support @Radiosunrise( Underground ÄxpÄrten) See playlist here: http://emportal.info/viewtopic.php?t=13553&sid=2f17be6f632d5028c0e3275b60783c56
  17. Bülent Arel's (1919 Turkey - 1990 USA) work occupies a special place in the history of electronic music because one thing is certain: Arel's work is still fresh, groundbreaking, and it seems always to look out for the next adventure in sound. Bülent Arel was a Turkish-born American composer of electronic and contemporary classical music. He was also a devoted teacher, a sculptor, and a painter. From 1940 until 1947 Arel studied composition, piano, and 20th century classical music at the Ankara Conservatory. In 1959 Arel came to the U.S. on a grant by the Rockefeller Foundation to work at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. By that time the center had just started out under its director Vladimir Ussachevsky. During Arel's work in Princeton he also met Edgard Varèse with whom in 1962 he worked on the electronic sections of Varèse's 'Déserts'. Frank Zappa lists Arel as a key influence. Today's electronic music - may it be by Autechre's 'Confield', Aphex Twin's 'Selected Ambient Works Vol. II', or Squarepusher's 'Do you know Squarepusher' - builds upon a solid foundation which Bülent Arel helped to pave.
  18. New Ambient Album From Ukraine Ambient Artist West Remi (Ivan Nyschun). This Great Space Ambient!
  19. Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet XL is a 76-key version of the acclaimed Prophet X, a potent fusion of samples-plus-synthesis and the most ground-breaking evolution of the Prophet yet. At its heart, it's a bi-timbral, 8-voice stereo, 16-voice mono, 32-voice paraphonic synth with a newly developed sound engine that powers two simultaneous 16-bit, 48kHz sample-based instruments plus two high-resolution digital oscillators, all processed through analog filters. With 150GB of internal samples from acclaimed sound developers 8Dio and all of the powerful synthesis tools you've come to expect from Sequential, Prophet X and Prophet XL have a musical voice uniquely their own. Sample engine On the sample side of things, in 8- and 16-voice modes Prophet XL provides 2 independent stereo digitally sampled instruments per voice (4 in stack or split modes). The 150GB of internal sample content was created by 8Dio, known for pioneering 'deep sampling.' You'll find a diverse collection of acoustic and electronic instruments as well as plenty of edgy ambient and cinematic effects. You can shape the samples through loop manipulation, sample stretching and Prophet XL's sound-sculpting modulation functions. Each sample instrument has its own tone control for high pass or low pass filtering. 50GB of additional internal storage is dedicated to importing external sample libraries. Support for user-created samples is planned for release soon; meanwhile, add-on sample packs are available from 8Dio now. Synth engine On the synth side, Prophet XL gives you the power of a classic Prophet, with two high-resolution digital oscillators that feature both classic waveshapes and a supersaw for more timbral possibilities. Using the SHAPE MOD control, you can manually dial in a desired waveshape width for any of the classic sine, sawtooth or pulse waves, or use an LFO or other mod source for continuously shifting timbre. You can shape the raw sounds with all of the classic synthesis functions you'd expect, including 4 syncable LFOs with slew and phase offset, 4 loopable 5-stage envelope generators and a 16-slot mod matrix with dozens of modulation sources and destinations. Stereo filters for depth and impact At the heart of Prophet XL's powerful sound are its 24dB/octave resonant low pass filters, which are based on a vintage design. In 8-voice mode, there are separate filters in the left and right channels for a true stereo signal path. These add exceptional presence and fullness to both the samples and the oscillators. For additional polyphony, you can switch Prophet XL from 8-voice stereo mode to 16-voice mono mode, which is useful for stacks and splits, or 32-voice paraphonic performance mode when using a single sampled instrument and single oscillator. Polyphonic step sequencing The polyphonic step sequencer provides up to 64 steps with up to 6 notes per step. You can create a different sequence for each layer when working in stacked or split voice mode, making it a powerful tool for composition or performance. Sequences can have ties and rests and can sync to an external MIDI clock. The arpeggiator features note repeats and re-latching and can also be synced to external MIDI clock. Two effects per layer A dual effects engine provides multiple reverbs, 2 delays (standard and BBD), chorus, phase shifter, flanger, vintage rotating speaker, high-pass filter and distortion. In stacked or split voice mode, you can apply two different effects to each layer. Effects parameters can be modulated through the mod matrix. Roadworthy and studio-ready With loads of sonic firepower and personality, a 76-key semi-weighted premium-quality keyboard with velocity and channel aftertouch, an integrated power supply, MIDI-over-USB support and three crisp OLED displays, Prophet XL fits into any music rig or gig, both in the studio and on the road.
  20. Three dark-ambient stories made with concrete sounds, field recordings, noise, and abstract electronic. Recorded in 2013 at Studio du Coin Cornu, Cœur de Beauce, France. Photo by Ironside. Sleeve design by Graph'Hypnotic. [ abstract electronic, neo-concrete, dark ambient, electroacoustic, experimental, field recordings, noise, drone, sound art ]
  21. The third album of Elemental Noise leads us in the intangible world of particles. Strange ethereal pads, delicate cascades of notes, hypnotic waves, live interlaced sequences and a real Orchestra shape the ambient matter towards a sonic alchemy. Elemental Noise shows again his mastership in sound design and his ability to blend orchestral parts with experimental electronic music. Recorded and mixed in 1999-2000, Paris, France. Basic tracks recorded at Flipper The Dog Studio. Orchestral parts on track 4 recorded at Intercontinental Studio. Track 9 recorded live during the total eclipse of the sun, the 11 of August 1999. [ experimental, abstract, ambient, improvised electronic, orchestral, synth music ]
  22. Recorded and mixed between Dec. 2005 and June 2006 at Flipper The Dog Studio, Paris, Fance. This release mastered in 2011 at Scoz Mastering Suite, Cœur de Beauce, France. Image Lockheed Martin (Nooa & Nasa public domain). Sleeve Design by Graph'Hypnotic. [ electronic, electronica, house, progressive trance, techno, electro ambient, experimental electronic , psychedelia, sound collages ] View full album
  23. Recorded and mixed between Dec. 2005 and June 2006 at Flipper The Dog Studio, Paris, Fance. This release mastered in 2011 at Scoz Mastering Suite, Cœur de Beauce, France. Image Lockheed Martin (Nooa & Nasa public domain). Sleeve Design by Graph'Hypnotic. [ electronic, electronica, house, progressive trance, techno, electro ambient, experimental electronic , psychedelia, sound collages ]
  24. The idea of making an album in an "old school electronic" spirit with only one venerable EMS VCS3 had been tempting me for years. But I wanted to push the concept further by rebuilding a 70's home-studio, deliberately limiting the technical possibilities. If I easily found the VCS3 and the tape recorders, borrowed from "old" friends, the effects I wanted were harder to find. After a few weeks of searches, a London collector, friend of an "old" friend, sent me the machines I was looking for. It was a real pleasure to do "The Zinovieff Synthdrome", with the strong impression of a "return to the past"... Album recorded in June and July 2018 at Studio du Coin Cornu, Ville des Carnutes, France. Digital transfer and mastering at Scoz, Cœur de Beauce, France. Photos and photo-montages by Ironside. Sleeve design by Graph'Hypnotic. Many thanks to David (VCS3 + KS), Alan (FX devices), Dieter (Teac devices), and Thomas (Revox). The 70's home-studio : - 1972 EMS KS keyboard - 1973 EMS VCS3 Mk2 - 1972 Quad-Eight RV10 spring reverb - 1974 Wem Watkins Copicat tape echo - 1972 Teac A-3340 4 tracks recorder - 1974 Teac Model 2 6-2 mixer - 1971 Revox A77 Mk2 2 tracks recorder. [ berlin school electronic, ambient, drones, experimental, old school electronic, synth music ]
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