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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Mollbury Medical Research Centre
« Last post by MMRC on January 22, 2022, 07:07:02 AM »
Hey guys,

My name is Gary, and I'm brand new to this forum. I hope I'm not being cheeky but I just wanted to plug the debut album of an experimental recording project of mine called Mollbury Medical Research Centre. It's an avant-garde experimental ambient noise/drone project, meshing organic analog sounds/recordings with digital synth-based ambience to create these unsettling soundscapes, with some moments of melancholic beauty floating in and out of there...

The album is called The D7 Project and it will be released on 5/2/22 (in two weeks time) via Bandcamp. It's currently available for pre-order with two tracks available to stream...

Thank you so much for your time, and I really look forward to snooping through this forum and engaging with you guys!
Everything and Nothing / A Tapestry of Guru Nanakís Travels
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on January 12, 2022, 08:22:54 AM »
I have a Sikh Friend who I was discussing the foundation of his beliefs and he suggested I watch this Documentary Series on the spiritual journeys of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh "teacher" from the 15th century .....

Right now there are 13 episodes of the 24 available to watch.  It is a wonderful immersion into India culture and beautifully filmed.  It can be watched in many ways.  Thats up to you.  It is rich in philosophy, color, music and sung poetry.

Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: What moves the drone?
« Last post by animapara on January 11, 2022, 01:33:56 PM »
Today i've noticed that the most crucial part of drone is lower layer acted as "bass" layer.

It MUST be modulated ... I got decent results using simple chorus with LP filter. Chorus adds
gaps in sound, so bass layer starts to sound more texturized and not so "straightforward".
It sounds more pulsating ... it adds "rhythm" to your drone flow.

Even if your upper drone layers don't have any modulation and sound pretty "static",
modulation of just lower layer creates the impression that whole drone gets movement.
I remember really liking parts of the album - definitely time to play it again.
I have Neimansland - must give it a listen as well

Thatís one of the old CD releases Iíve yet to upload. Youíll find pretty much everything else on there. Maalbeek follows Niemandsland in an attempt to be a little less bleak - that applies to the record and the maker of the record I suppose.
Maalbeek, Mass Object, and especially GrijsGebied

Wow, those are spaced almost exactly ten years apart between them, makes me super happy you find such a wide crossection interesting. Thanks : )
I have Neimansland - must give it a listen as well
Matthew's work is some of my favorite music. Maalbeek, Mass Object, and especially GrijsGebied, are some of the best Ambient music of the past 2 decades.
Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by Seren on January 05, 2022, 02:21:26 PM »

This is one of my favorite albums - Dissolution by Mathias Grassow...I've had it for years and listen to it regularly.
When I first heard it, it was like listening to a massive deep wall of sound. full of texture, shadow and light.
Every time I change my hi-fi it is as if the sun has come out and I can hear more detail, more shape and movement - the sounds clearer.

Highly recommended.

Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Third Eye Sound - Panorama
« Last post by stargazer on January 05, 2022, 08:52:37 AM »
I would like to draw your attention to this wonderful album "Panorama" by Shane Williams.

Album of the year 2021 for me. Very ethnic, natural sounds, and incredibly beautiful melodies.

Please have a listen to this wonderful deep atmospheric music.

Listen at Bandcamp:
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