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First review of Sector Four by Bert Strolenberg (Sonic Immersion)

Nice one David :-)

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Phobos - Sector Four
« on: September 06, 2014, 01:28:52 PM »
Looking forward to getting mine on Saturday David :-)

Nice 15 mins :-)

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd Thread
« on: August 23, 2014, 12:12:41 PM »
That's a great write up Andy :-)

Same from me, best of luck with it Jez you lucky man :-)

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd Thread
« on: August 14, 2014, 07:19:06 AM »
New release coming out on relaxed Machinery:

Will be available as a download from Bandcamp.

Shards is the 3rd album in the Fractured trilogy.

All the very best with this one Andy and its a great cover :-)

I generally spend all my spare cash on gear to make music on :-)

The link isn't working David :-(

just get rid of the period at the end of the

:-) :-) Thanks :-) :-)

The link isn't working David :-(

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd Thread
« on: July 07, 2014, 01:05:53 PM »
Slowly putting up the Umbra/HSS releases on Bandcamp - currently Stellar Nurseries, Arhythmia and Floating.

:-) :-)

Everything and Nothing / Re: A viewpoint of ambient EM music
« on: July 05, 2014, 12:33:50 PM »
Ambient music is not for common people, some call it ''Elevator Music'' or ''Airport Music'', how can you teach these people, how can you feed them with a fine gourmet meal, if all they want is a greasy Big Mac and a beer?

Well I also agree that is a lost cause, you can't show sublime music to a death metal listener, basically a Neanderthal gorilla, just watch some live death metal concert and you will see ''how friendly'' they are to each other.

It's a clash of cultures, peace and introspection vs brutality/stupidity.

Of course this an exaggeration and obviously grey zones exist.

my mate maybe on his death metal forum (if there are any ;-) )and saying exactly the same about our EM music ;-) We have to be grateful that we were given the attributes to hear the pleasure and meaning within ambient EM :-) 

Everything and Nothing / Re: A viewpoint of ambient EM music
« on: July 04, 2014, 04:23:12 PM »
Greetings Tomas :-)

Everything and Nothing / Re: A viewpoint of ambient EM music
« on: July 04, 2014, 12:28:09 PM »
To be honest I wasn't trying to promote my music or ambient EM in general to him, after hearing of his musical tastes, I knew he wouldn't like it anyway;-) @APK I don't think he would ever like it in whatever form or whoever had produced it and that his prerogative :-)

I was more surprised by his response to those paintings thinking they were some kind of "work of a genius" and the fact that he couldn't see that they were all the same :-)

Everything and Nothing / A viewpoint of ambient EM music
« on: July 03, 2014, 09:54:07 AM »
Heres one, see what you make of this. I have recently hooked up with a very old school mate on FB, we got chatting and it got around to music, he asked if there was anywhere he could listen to some of mine, I directed him to my sound cloud page and a few nights later I asked him what he thought, his reply was "well its ok but all sounds the same" he is into death metal, throat music and stuff like that ;-)

So my reply to him was this "have you ever seen those beach front artists in Tenerife and holiday places, the ones that paint pictures using spray cans and templates and end up with a space scene or a moonlit waterfall and stuff" and he said "oh yes I know those, some very good, think I brought one on a holiday a long time ago" I then said "well, aren't those pictures all the same, same content, same colours, same templates used, with just a few slight variations in the scene, well that's a bit like Ambient EM music" "My music uses the same tools, same format, etc." His reply to that was, "yes but they are paintings that can be used to decorate your room and stuff, music is just music" :P

Where do we go from here :-)

Too many hands on my time, too many feelings, too many things on my mind...


 ;D I have done a bit of research and they seem to be quite high quality so may go with these :-)

watching and listening now, very nice indeed :-) is that Waldorf multi timbrel? I ask as how are you getting the different sounds playing at the same time or are you looping the ambience and then tweaking the synth over the top of the loops? At around 3:15 my B & W's couldn't handle the frequency and they were rattling to buggery for a short while ;-)

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd Thread
« on: June 23, 2014, 12:33:01 PM »
Have not listened to it yet - but they did not ask for any of our music - so i suspect the amatuers at the BBC radiophonic workshop did it all :o ;) 8)

 ;) ;) 8)

My Church of Sound gig went really well, I enjoyed doing this a lot :-) Using just a small amount of gear it was a nice challenge and judging by the encouraging comments afterwards the audience seemed to like what I did. :-)

I will certainly do this kind of thing again and hopefully sooner rather than later but my next venture is an alfresco ambient jam using all by battery operated gear in some nice surroundings near where I live on Cannock Chase :-)

Glad it went well - the alfresco jam sounds fun.

Hello Andy, yes I like the idea of an alfresco jam and I think Jez is up for it too :-) I just need to get some quality battery speakers I am looking at the Cambridge audio Minx go as an option, do you know of this company's pedigree?

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