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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / MebiStep (Beget Movement) Music Video
« Last post by mebitek on April 20, 2017, 11:53:56 PM »
Hi Guys,
this my lastest track made with maschine, komplete and some external libraries like Spitfireaudio ones.
The video is selfmade with After Effecs and filmed with a Canon G25 camcorder.



“ Mebistep “ (Beget movement ) is the first video-single extracted from the album “Art has no Diplomacy “, now available on the Sardinian factory Nootempo’s official youtube channel.

Mebistep is a conceptual video that moves between suggestive images drived by an electronic and dark music with a cinematic atmosphere telling us about the unconscious (re)vival. A kind of a “ creator Id ” that becomes a puppeteer a bipolar being taht creates, destroys, celebrates his ritual.

This video Clip was realized in all of Its parts with the collaboration of Serena Pilloni and a full Sardinian production team, recorded in Mogoro the artist’s birthplace.

This video is part of a project , a trilogy born with "Unconscious (Cinematic Movement)" and it will have its end with a third “ episode “ .

Mebistep opens with an assertion, followed by a quote from the well known psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung : “ As an ancient, bizarre and grotesque craftsman, we were able to create God from our innards, shaping her-him into a stunning inanimated doll, which we can slightly feel but cannot own as a part of ourselves. We can just fear her-him, but always in chains we linger together until the end of time.”

the track si available on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mebitek/mebistep

any feedback welcome
best regards from Sardinia
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / ANEMOI - tower of winds
« Last post by FabioKeiner on April 20, 2017, 03:30:42 PM »
new release of various improvisation on windharp :)) ... at my alonetone-page:
have a look & listening at:

ANEMOI - tower of winds
https://www.alonetone.com/fabiokeiner
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by APK on April 20, 2017, 09:27:59 AM »
That is a gorgeous looking box of tricks you have there, Julio.  8)

I sense that eurorack is becoming more and more digital.
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Brand new is Dutch "Free System Projekt" - Five Suns / recommending this 2CD album after a long silence, see picture

Wavemansunderground friday 28th april 2017 20.00 - 0.00 / 7pm - 11pm(UK)

http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/Radio1.html or www.radiosunrise.de / guest. 20.00 - 22.00 "Und & And" Gert Emmens & James J. Clent, Sequentia Legenda(Laurent & Thomas Tommy), Michael Neill & Graham Getty, Steve Baltes & Stefan Erbe, Björn J'son Lindh & Staffan Scheja, Allesandra Celletti & Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Frank Rothe & Mario Schönwalder, Age(Emmanuel & Guy), Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter, Perceptual Defence( Gabriele & Danny) Smark & Ringhausen, FSP(Marcel & Ruud), Booth & Creek

22.00 - 0.00 "2017" Sequential Dreams(Ron & Chris), Cybe, Absent Music, Alpha Wave Movement, Forrest Fang, Tim Kays, RHEA, David Wright & Carys, Paul Lawler, Paul Nagle ---NOTE--- not in following order! All tracks are between 128 and 192kbps
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by DeepR on April 19, 2017, 01:00:59 PM »
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / YBP Project - Sensual Confessions
« Last post by ybp_project on April 18, 2017, 10:14:36 PM »
YBP Project presents a new album "Sensual Confessions" composed in various hypnotic forms of electronic music.



https://ybpproject.bandcamp.com/album/sensual-confessions
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Listening: Podcasts, Mixes, and Music Sample Clips / Re: A Moment Disappeared
« Last post by Scott M2 on April 17, 2017, 08:02:42 PM »
It must be the drones that give this a celtic vibe for me.
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by chris23 on April 16, 2017, 10:53:11 AM »
Robert Rich and Markus Reuter - Lift a Feather to the Flood
This is reminiscent of Rich's last album, with a focus on piano and dark atmospheres. Reuter brings a novel angle to the work, with highly processed touch guitar. In fact, it is so highly processed, that I wouldn't have pegged it as such if I didn't know better. This is a real headphone treat.

https://robertrich.bandcamp.com/album/lift-a-feather-to-the-flood
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Erik Wøllo and Byron Metcalf "Earth Luminous" CD

Two virtuosos, Norwegian ambient guitar ace Erik Wøllo and American aural curandero Byron Metcalf, join their forces for a truly essential splendor entitled "Earth Luminous". Out on Projekt since the end of April 2016, 4-panel digipak is graced by an aerial delight photographed by Ian Dutton (a husband of Shea Hovey, Projekt's maven) from his cockpit, while Sam Rosenthal did the graphic design. Erik Wøllo is credited also for mixing and mastering.

Nearly 9-minute "Days Of Magic" is ignited by ear-tickling crystalline tinkles and bubbles, which are precisely bridged with Erik Wøllo's heartwarmingly embracing washes, while Byron Metcalf soon reveals his gossamery fragranced udu and drum brilliance. Erik's velvety string subtleties clandestinely join the stage as well. A pure aural bliss awaits here and no matter if with your headphones on or through your speakers. This is an ultimate showcase of two phenomenal musicians exquisitely merging their spirited signatures, more please, gentlemen!!! And this spectacle obviously continues with "Light And Ground", when cyber-tech infused arrangements are exquisitely amalgamated with mesmerizing shaker medicine, vibrantly galloping tribal drums and vigorously infectious udu, while gladdening panoptic meanders are guarding above reinforced here and there by intangible glossolalias and organic signals. Abundantly flavored masterpiece!!! "Far Wandered" is as much propelled by the passion and the poignancy of both protagonists as its predecessor. Byron's hyper active and intensely hypnotic drums (frame and ceremonial) and shakers are meticulously juxtaposed by Erik's headlining Berlin School pulses and grippingly longing solitudes. Soul stirring elixir is served here in a large dose! "Valley Of Spheres" calms down the journey with a potpourri of translucent bleeps, udu and drum quietudes and evocative blankets, revealing charming laid-back downtempos. Beauty!!! "Distant Future" dives into more meditative terrains, driven by languid drumming accompanied by slightly cacophonous traceries, before inconspicuously transmuting through gently stringed tension into captivatingly nanced panoramic sceneries. "Diomedea" returns to vivaciously sublime, euphorically infused and spellbindingly celestial paths, while the next piece, the title composition "Earth Luminous" straightly shifts into sparklingly exuberant zones, masterfully navigated by Erik's cyber-biotic horizons counterpointed by shimmering strings and Byron's passionate drum wizardry. Auxiliary scenic meridians join this dazzlingly invigorating splectacle along with shamanic shaker opiates. A truly triumphant ethereal-cyber-trance-tribal magnificence displaying superiorly distinctive, yet impeccably commingled hallmarks of two like-minded and hugely experienced maestros. Certainly one of the album's ultimate pinnacles!!! The closing, 5-plus minutes long "Linked Stars" (all other tracks are clocking roughly between 7 and 9 minutes), is the only composition recorded live in the studio (at Byron's The Lair in September 2015). Poignantly evocative stringed tinkles bridged with enfolding curtains and contemplative bowls clandestinely metamorphose into gorgeously expansive and utterly engrossing serenities, gliding towards eternally sequestered rainy stillness. Exhaustively immersing outro!!!

In a nutshell, over 63-minute "Earth Luminous" is a fully blooming sonic palette loaded with two exceptionally gifted musicianships and superb sound quality delivers a truly rewarding listening experience. "Earth Luminous" is undoubtedly a milestone and one of the highlights of 2016 indeed, bravo, Erik and Byron!!! But be prepared for more, because only 5 months later after this collaboration Byron Metcalf has released his another opus entitled "Inner Rhythm Meditations" featuring lushly vital contributions by Erik Wøllo and Peter Phippen. And since March 2017 we glorify another Projekt's release, this time Erik Wøllo's monumental "Different Spaces" 2CD. Explore, enjoy and celebrate all these sonic gifts!!!

Richard Gürtler (Apr 15, 2017, Bratislava, Slovakia)
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by Castleview on April 15, 2017, 06:08:14 PM »
3 Seconds Of Air - The Flight of Song

I've been having this on CD for at least a few years. Definitely a classic ambient guitar album. I like it more than most of the guitar albums Dirk Serries did after this. The Bandcamp version has a couple of extra tracks that I don't have on my copy:

https://3secondsofair.bandcamp.com/album/the-flight-of-song

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