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Keep in mind that with OSX Lion (any new Mac has this installed) itīs not possible to run anymore Logic 8! You have to upgrade and pay for version 9.

Cheers,
Tomas

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Nautic Depths / Tomas Weiss - Submental Vol 1

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Overrated Ambient
« on: February 17, 2012, 02:05:04 PM »
@Bill: i do think you mix up things here  ;)

"What do you think are the most overrated ambient albums?"

Itīs by itīs nature not possible to overrate an album which is i.e. for some month or years on the market. So we DO talk here about "older" stuff.

If the question was ""What do you think are the most overrated ambient artist?" then there is a chance for more answers because "hyper hyper" for artists is in today fashion indeed....and if clever done, easy to realize by knowing and using promotion tools like social networks.

Cheers,
Tomas

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Overrated Ambient
« on: February 17, 2012, 01:33:14 PM »
Agree with:

FSOL - Lifeforms

Sounds for me very cheap without any content inside....seems they had just fun to play a bit around...LOL

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Mathias Grassow - Himalaya / 2012 Version (Musical Philosophy)

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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: January 28, 2012, 07:07:48 PM »


Oliver Lieb - One of the most underrated + most flexible artist (if listeners are open and not stuck into 1 style)

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Our Preorder for both releases ends soon and they will be shipped end of January - official release is end of February/beginning of March. You can combine orders to save a lot shipping costs (more details @ the links below).

Nautic Depths - Submental Vol 1



http://www.el-culto.com/music/projects/submental/vol1nauticdepths.html

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Mathias Grassow - Himalaya 2012 (Special Edition)



http://www.el-culto.com/music/projects/mathiasgrassow/himalayaspecialedition.html

Greetings,
Tomas


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Computers, Internet and Technology / Re: MP3 vs. FLAC
« on: January 18, 2012, 08:07:31 PM »
Something I find odd in these fidelity comparisons, is the nature of ambient music in comparison to say, acoustic instruments /  vocal recordings.

I can see purists having a problem with less than loss-less audio for certain types of music, but I think ambient is an odd one in that a large amount of 'electronic' sound is used in its production and while high fidelity is desirable (in my view), I'm wondering what the detrimental effects of 320 kbps mp3s might be in the case of ambient ?
Soundstage, stereo issues, high frequency distortions etc ?

Iīve enjoyed reading this post  :D

Well, people enjoy to hear birds in the middle of the night!  ;D

I made a test on Cubase Forum some years ago...3 mp3 files...

3 files, titled as A, B, C while the order was mixed . No one was knowing the compressing. I used 3 compression rates (128, 192, 256)

Then i ask the people to tell me the order, starting from best quality.

The most funny thing of all was, that no one of the "big speaker" and "i definately can hear this guys" in the thread actually told their opinion...hahahahha....after some months of voting the result was a pure mix of anything. There was NO tendency for a specific file.

But you know, itīs nice to hear birds in the night, because then there is a reason to discuss and complain.....

Cheers,
Tomas

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Ahhh, nice to see you back!!!  :D

I always loved your reviews - very detailed and informative!

Good luck with anything :)

Greetings,
Tomas

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TODAY, Sunday 08. January 2012, 11pm German time

1 hour music of "Quiet Calling III" by Tomas Weiss & Mathias Grassow @ German State Radio  HR2, program "Voyager".  At the specific time you can listen live to the internet audio live stream here (for best quality choose MP3-Stream 128 kBit/s or use the included flash player on the site if MP3 stream doesnīt work on your computer):

http://www.hr-online.de/website/radio/hr2/index.jsp?rubrik=23746

Greetings,
Tomas

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"Quiet calling 3" is the final chapter of this trilogy. Rising and falling tonal layers fuse into a continuum that seems to lift the listener out of perceptual linearity, expanding space into a perpetual metamorphosis of form. Within its minimalist structure, Chapter 3 weaves intricate complexities that create a weightless veil of vibrating resonance. An amplified silence allows for intimate reflection, evoking both deep peace and a heightened awareness. In the end, the listener returns to the source from which these sounds were born - silence.

Tomas Weiss & Mathias Grassow - Quiet Calling III (Musical Philosophy)


Greetings,
Tomas

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Quote from: False Mirror

Additionally, about 10 Youtube accounts

Tobias,

i never thought you could top 50 email addresses...LOL  ;D

For what you need 10 Youtube accounts?

Cheers,
Tomas

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Quote from: False Mirror
I have about 50 Google accounts

 ???

Seems you have to register on a lot of sites anonymous  ;D

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Field Recording Livestream
« on: December 17, 2011, 04:05:54 PM »
Tobias,

what about this?

http://www.awi.de/de/aktuelles_und_presse/hintergrund/palaoa_wie_klingt_das_suedpolarmeer/livestream/

 8)

Feel free to translate the matter of the site to the community (sorry but iīm tooooo tired to do it right now)

Cheers,
Tomas

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"Quiet Calling III" is now separately available for sale:

http://www.el-culto.com/music/projects/mathiasgrassow/quietcallingiii.html

Greetings,
Tomas

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Electronic (Dance) Music in America
« on: December 03, 2011, 06:07:53 PM »
Read again the article/link above what iīm refer to...then you might understand.

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Electronic (Dance) Music in America
« on: December 03, 2011, 04:46:11 PM »
Oops...sounds like a bit behind the time ;D On the other hand, the states was never a leader or up to date when it comes to electronic music.

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"Ultra deep, fantastic collection of spooked drones from Tomas Weiss and APK, the owner of the Data Obscura label. All titled as "Vision" in 1-10 format, take 5 uproots BJ Nilsen's prized searing granular drone, supplanting it onto craterous masses of unexplored phantasm atmospherics. There's a strong feeling of analogue sources - seldom are soft synths this rich in texture. "Vision 6" introduces a delayed piano, vibrating up and down like a cellphone in an abandoned poker waistcoat. That's the musky sensualism of the release talking as well - an ability to transport you into an underground room size, free of Ambient's relationship with minimalist and information obscurantism. Weiss and Kerby also subvert the broken synergy of spectrum decay - a rarity when sound is this densely crafted. Absolutely magical." (Subvertcentral)

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