Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Steve Roach and his way of promoting and describing his music« on: Yesterday at 08:56:30 AM »
his way of talking about the music himself reflects pretty much the way the album descriptions are written
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Lots of solid advice here Johnny Rocket,
If I were really into soft synths as you suggest you aspire to be I would serious consider the NKS system. Native Instruments has a way of propelling everyone else into the future and their NKS platform may create a standard to come.
I'm not sure what to do with this topic.
I've heard from a few people who think Sanjay Nadeem is not a real person, but I have seen no proof.
On the one hand, if these releases are unauthorized, I feel that the community deserves to be warned. On the other hand, if there is no proof, the accusation cannot be allowed to stand.
It isn't enough to say "I don't think Sanjay Nadeem is real." Someone must be able to offer proof that whoever owns the rights to Klaus Wiese's work does not approve these releases. If they can't do that, we have to delete this topic, even if the whole Arc thing looks like it may be suspicious.
Do you know how big Klaus' entire Catalog is? Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuge. Even if they release a CD per week it would be 10 years later.
Just listening to this track.
Very good indeed. Leans more towards the ambient school than the Berlin one. Atmospheric, sometimes warm , sometimes dark. Hints of melody and subtle sequencing. Definitely have to get this album.
Nice album cover photo also.
If you haven't checked him out already, I can recommend Stephen Parsick/['ramp], similar and probably slightly darker. Stephen and Mark did an album together called Steel and Steam, highly recommended also. Stephen may have some copies left.
All the studio albums apart from Downtime are Mark Shreeve alone, have to agree the new album is amazing. Sequencing as it should be