Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Zenith (Tetsu Inoue / Carlos Vivanco) Album Re-Release« on: September 04, 2016, 09:40:50 AM »
That's nice to hear. It's an excellent album. Does this mean that Tetsu is still around?
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the modular synth, at least me with mine does not like being forced to do something or put another way, it will not bend to my will.
But, outside of commerce, the goal should never be to create art that others will care about. It should always be about creating art that you care about. And one of the joys in life is finding those connections--meeting people who resonate with your art--whether it is visual, aural, or writing--in the way that you do. But that is a bonus; it isn't the endgame.
Michael's long-overdue planetarium album "Music for the Dome" is finished & already at TrepStar ready to be uploaded to BandCamp. But, it's holding off on releasing it 'till September when college radio is back 'online' for the fall semester.
Forrest: Thanks for the tips. I really enjoyed Fellirium - Mermaids. Two of the tracks in particular (Ghost in the Water and Dreaming Fish) are outstanding.
Marsen Jules - Shadows in Time
Generative music, released in a standard static form on CD and with multiple unique, one-of-a-kind variants on USB and vinyl. The atmospherics are nice, but the listening gets a bit dull after a while. I wished the sounds evolved a bit more.