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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Twin Peaks revisited
« Last post by jkn on Today at 10:00:14 AM »
I'm very excited about the new season - what a fantastic thing.

The new season will end with "see you in 25 years" ...  hahahahaha
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I would suspect not, but I've not had the chance to listen to it.....

http://robertrich.com/discography/album/?album_id=53

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As an aside - the Somnium tracks on this disc are now all uncompressed audio.
And I hope the second track isn't mixed mono anymore? That really bugged me.
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by APK on Yesterday at 07:31:30 PM »

Christopher Willits :: Opening  -- played this quite a few times today. Very listenable.
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by drone on on Yesterday at 02:34:21 PM »
Two latest releases on the excellent psy chill label Ultimae:

Asura--Radio Universe
Circular--Moon Pool

The Asura has a nice space theme and feel.  Some nods to the 70s electronic era.  I hear some vangelis in there.  I like this Circular more though, which surprised me.  Very colorful and deep aquatic soundscapes here.
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Online Mastering ?
« Last post by LNerell on Yesterday at 01:39:33 PM »
I don't know what "online mastering" correctly means - mastering service from remote mastering engineer and his studio OR automatic service from machine which works with comp/eq/limiter/maximizer.

It's the later, whcih is basically the mastering equivalent to masturbation.  ;D
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Mine arrived yesterday - I saw it briefly (long enough to check it was not damaged etc) before Glenys whisked it away to be wrapped until Christmas.....

That's just kind of evil!   ;D
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To my taste the original Somnium is better than this album of box of albums. Somnium is more artistic and considered  and better sleeping peel
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Online Mastering ?
« Last post by johny.gtr on Yesterday at 07:00:31 AM »
I don't know what "online mastering" correctly means - mastering service from remote mastering engineer and his studio OR automatic service from machine which works with comp/eq/limiter/maximizer. If the second - it's absolutely crap for all kind of music and especially for ambient when NO mastering is better than bad and unkind mixing.

If the first  it's amazing that you can choose mastering engineer who worked on your favorite albums. Also you can choose engineer who are deep into your genre of music. To be honest I know no mastering engineers who mastered a lot of scapes/ambient/noise/world albums and live near me (in radius of 1000 kilometers)
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by APK on Yesterday at 06:55:17 AM »
Many thanks for the comments, Chris. Great that you are enjoying them.

I find Robert's work to be quite addictive ... it is just so listenable and consistent in its mood and quality.
He's one of those artists where if you like one album you will probably like the rest of them.
You have been warned.  :)

I just put his recent Forgotten Harbors release up on Bandcamp.
And will add more things as time goes by.

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