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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: 'Supernature' new 'single' release
« Last post by petekelly on October 18, 2014, 10:53:37 AM »
Many thanks,
Out of interest, I just checked and I used over 70 audio 'clips' in that track, not counting the synths used. There were almost double that in the pool of material I was working with - I always end up leaving a lot of stuff out.
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Missing in action--where are they now?
« Last post by Poaalpina on October 18, 2014, 10:20:30 AM »
Andrey Sadovnikov aka Faryus sold his label some years ago. His latest album is Quiet Songs From Misty Places. http://www.discogs.com/Faryus-Vadim-Bondarenko-Quiet-Songs-From-Misty-Places/release/2753652

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Steve Roach.  No new album in about three months.  I'm starting to worry.
New album coming October 18th. Today   ;)

if you want  good portion of  dark ambient,  try this -->  http://www.discogs.com/Velehentor-Karna-The-Asha-Blaze-7-Minutes-Later--Era-Of-Cold-Hearts/release/2051974  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ufa_train_disaster     Velehentor Из Искры Возгорится Пламя... - play it loud...
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Missing in action--where are they now?
« Last post by drone on on October 18, 2014, 09:28:52 AM »
Thom Brennan.  Seems to have disappeared from the earth (along with Tetsu Inoue). No new album for five or so years.

Andrey Faryus (Faria Records).  I assume the label folded, but never heard anything for years.

Patrick O Hearn.  Seems ages ago there was new music.

Steve Roach.  No new album in about three months.  I'm starting to worry.   ;)
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / $35 for new Tim Story/Rodelius CD???!!!
« Last post by drone on on October 18, 2014, 09:14:07 AM »
I really liked their piece on the recent Projekt compilation, so just went to Tim Story website to see if the album was available yet.  Yes, limited edition 750 copies, signed numbered.  Clicked the add to cart button and was shocked to see this CD costs $35!!!  I'm sorry, I'd pay at most $25 for something like this (even that is a little much). 

What justifies asking $35 for one 50 minute CD?  Lazy Arc is the name of the album.  If you wanna blow your whole paycheck on it, be my guest!   ;D
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Forrest Fang news
« Last post by ffcal on October 18, 2014, 08:46:23 AM »
Pete and Dave,

Thanks guys!  It was fun stepping out of my usual style for that new one.

Pete, your new single sounds nice.  A lot of interesting transitions there--almost has a suite-like feel to it.

Forrest
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Gear: Studio shots by Deb
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on October 18, 2014, 03:06:00 AM »
Thank Loren!
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Forrest Fang news
« Last post by Dave Michuda on October 17, 2014, 06:26:22 PM »
Love the new track!
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by jdh on October 17, 2014, 03:18:23 PM »

The Sleepover Series, Volume Two by Hammock-Just as the title says.I drifted off and fell asleep.Volume One is excellent as well.This is more in the Stars of the Lid drift.Other music by Hammock is post rock-ambient.Perfect walking alone music. On Bandcamp.
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Gear: Studio shots by Deb
« Last post by LNerell on October 17, 2014, 12:06:58 PM »
Loren... I would be grateful for any leads to a tech you may know when the time comes.  I have a short list of names but no actual reassurance . My M12 is working just fine albeit form day to day it can be an M9 or M7 and back to a M12, though usually most things are stable......Thanks so much.


For what it's worth I took it to Advanced Musical Electronics:  http://www.advancedmusical.com/

They have been around forever it seems. I remember back when I worked for Oberheim the owner Ruth use to come by at least once a week for parts and such, they always had a close relationship with Oberheim.
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Independent Music Reviews / My review of "In Nomine Cetus" CD by Annemarie Borg
« Last post by richardgurtler on October 17, 2014, 08:40:30 AM »


Annemarie Borg "In Nomine Cetus" CD

Annemarie Borg, born in Paris with French/Swedish background and based in London, is the main protagonist and founder behind Antara Project focusing on strong connection between various artistic languages and the world we live in. Annemarie's musical explorations cover a quite eclectic range of terrains, stretching from poetry/modern classical through environmentally infused euphonies to deep drone reflections. For the first time I came across Annemarie's name around 2010 on richly flavored collaborative project Thamnos "WIR", which featured also Tomas Weiss, but this is a closed chapter. "In Nomine Cetus" CD, self-released during June 2014, is, I believe, 5th album by Annemarie Borg, including above mentioned Thamnos and "Breaking Through" compilation presenting tracks, collaborations, poetry and visuals by various artists such as Bruno Sanfilippo, Aes Dana, Nicolas Meier, Marc Yeats, Ann Schmitz, Keith Farnish, Philip Wells and others. The other two are "Secrets", a classically orchestrated collaboration with John Wilson (2003) and first solo album by Annemarie, ambient/drone/contemporary driven "Iridescent Perceptions", released at the end of 2012. Back to "In Nomine Cetus", as mentioned in the liner notes, the album is dedicated to all Cetaceans across the oceans and the Island of Hawaii.

"Clamo Oceanus" reveals this fascinating odyssey with deeply submerging dronescape, enhanced by assorted whale sounds ranging from eerily emerging to transcendentally shrilling, while continuously guarded by Annemarie's moaning voice magics and surrounded by soothing sounds of ocean waves. Graciously immense cover images of 4-panel disc eco wallet (pictures and artwork by Annemarie) closely interweave with symphoniously encircling faint underwater zones. 13-minute "Closer In The Distance" safely cruises through magnificently graceful horizons, hauntingly colored with natural subtleties, deeply evocative voices and bioacoustics, and serenely nuanced epic climaxes. Colossally majestic masterpiece!!! "Lacrime" is filled with orchestral sadness, cautiously meandering and crescendoing through touchingly elegiac expressions. No wonder, this composition brings into the spotlight Japan's controversial annual dolphin slaughter, which begins in the infamous town of Taiji in September and lasts until the end of February."L'Adieu Au Jour" dives deeper into the unfathomable depths, where massively monochromatic drifts are bridged with intangible voice-like drones and diverse repertoire of singing Cetaceans. Fascinatingly intense and monumental, before inconspicuously transmuting into warmly cinematic and captivatingly expansive realms melted with some hazy piano fragments and pierced with additional underwater dissonances. This might be the pinnacle of the whole album, a truly magnificent listening experience!!! It's a pity here and there the track is permeated by some unwanted hiss. "Miserere" unfolds with bizarrely circling industrial-like breaths, which are later shifted slightly to the back and the center stage is invaded by ethereal voices. But still the interactions between the voices and rumblings are absolutely stunning, strikingly contrasting, yet aurally symmetrical and deeply mesmerizing!!! The next piece, "Kealakekua Bay", Annemarie dedicates to her Hawaiian friends and it pays tribute to the natural beauties of this treasured coastline (Kona coast, Hawaii), where the coral reefs slope gorgeously from the shore into the water. Tranquilly floating and cascading with perplexing whisperings and whale sounds, balsamic sea recordings and all subtly wrapped by orchestral drama delicacy. I should add that all whale sounds on this album are used, altered and edited with kind permission from Whale Songs by iWhales."Cantiques Des Etoiles - Antares" closes this journey with distinguishably sculpted chants and wistful drones. Annemarie's chants are truly mindscaping, at times nearly crumbled when listening on my headphones, I even thought it was a sound issue, but this might be all intentional. Evocative, spellbinding and most of all powerfully transcendental!!!

"In Nomine Cetus" takes the listener to some of the most beautiful and majestic aquatic sceneries, but unfortunately also to some sorrowful ones. It certainly deserves to be explored and supported, because Annemarie Borg is deeply focused and utterly talented composer and singer. "In Nomine Cetus" is made from the heart!!! My only complain is the soundquality, the overall sound is a bit flat to my taste plus some extraneous hissing sounds need to be removed. Otherwise, bravo, Annemarie, keep on creative soundsculpting and I really look forward to your future projects!!! By the way, a new album is planned for spring 2015...

Richard Gürtler (Oct 15, 2014, Bratislava, Slovakia)
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