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Hi Matthew,

This is very generous, exploring the bandcamp page now... 8)
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As we head into 2022, a thank you for 20 years of listening and an end of year gift for listeners of atmospheric #ambient #electronic music.

All my https://matthewflorianz.bandcamp.com/ releases are currently free.

The work is said to be great for concentration and creative tasks and it includes: https://matthewflorianz.bandcamp.com/album/zon-der-tijd-ver-gaat - A collection of music made between March and October of 2020 at a rate of one track per week.

If you are inclined to pay (you really don't have too) perhaps consider making a donation to these causes instead?

https://www.musicianswithoutborders.org/
https://playingforchange.org

All the best in health and inspiration,

Matthew
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Jonn Serrie - Starmoods mc (1984)
« Last post by Bert/SonicImmersion.org on December 30, 2021, 03:00:50 AM »
I wondered if there anybody on this forum who has a copy of Jonn Serrie's cassette 'Starmoods' & ripped its music to digital?
If so, please send me a PM.
Much appreciated!

Bert
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WavemansUnderground Friday 24th of december 20.00-0.00 / 7pm-11pm(UK) / 2-6pm(US) http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/radio1/ or radiosunrise.de

USA, UK, Germany, Brasil, Belgium, Finland, France, The Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Russia

You are welcome in the chat 1. Chat/Radio--2.Name--3.Gast--4. Enter!
All tracks in 192/kbps ! See the flyer:
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Independent Music Reviews / Sonic Immersion's Seasons Greetings
« Last post by Bert/SonicImmersion.org on December 22, 2021, 08:27:05 AM »
Hello,

Same as 2020, the year 2021 deprived so many of us from human interactions that we once took for granted. 
Music though can be a great companion allowing us to feel connected, comforted, and even transported through just the sounds that fill the space between our ears.
I feel this applies especially to ambient and space music. It still does the trick for me; I sincerely hope it establishes something similar for you too.

One more thing:
The creation of the internet is one of the greatest technological achievements of our times. Information and references are instantly available on just about any topic preserved on servers for posterity.
While creating content can be free, sharing it via a host service brings about an inevitable cost and Sonic Immersion is no exception.
Every week I receive a lot of music for which I juggle my time to listen and distil my experiences into short and to the point reviews to stimulate curiosity, promote the music and help listeners explore new aural experiences.

While the website design and content maintenance is secure the hosting costs is in need of a bit of help.

Please enjoy the content as before and if you can offer any support through PayPal, remember that a little help can go a long way.

Thank you & stay safe.

Bert / www.SonicImmersion.org
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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Anything super cool from 2021?
« Last post by chris23 on December 19, 2021, 09:42:50 AM »
I didn't explore music as much this year as I normally do, so there is a good chance I overlooked something that deserves a listen. I'm curious to know what some of your favorite 2021 releases were. I'm not looking for "best of" lists. Rather, just some things that come to mind that I can check out as time permits.

Here are a few things I really enjoyed, susceptible to recency effects. Not comprehensive; just some things that I enjoyed and want to revisit myself after scrolling through my Bandcamp page:

Gallery 6 - The Miniature Garden
https://archivesdubmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-miniature-garden

Tobias Karlehag - Process
https://pitp.bandcamp.com/album/process

Marine Eyes - Idyll
https://marineeyes.bandcamp.com/album/idyll

awakened souls and From Overseas - Keep the Orange Sun
https://pitp.bandcamp.com/album/keep-the-orange-sun

Carbon Based Lifeforms - Stochastic
https://carbonbasedlifeforms.bandcamp.com/album/stochastic

Andrew Lahiff - Quiet Spaces and Distant Dreams
https://andrewlahiff.bandcamp.com/album/quiet-spaces-and-distant-dreams

Taennya - Natural Serenity
https://taennya.bandcamp.com/album/natural-serenity

Lab's Cloud- The Structure of Emotions
https://ensanchaelalma.bandcamp.com/album/labs-cloud-the-structure-of-emotions


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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Video - The Void Without You
« Last post by mebitek on December 15, 2021, 12:46:57 AM »
Hi all,
here my latest dark ambient track made with maschine and komplete : The Void Without You

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqEZlsn-yZ0

feedbacks are welcome

regards
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on December 13, 2021, 06:02:04 PM »
Well, the videos I think don't do it justice or perhaps Im not fond of that type of sounds the demos express, perhaps the second one....however I really like the possibilities. At a quick glance I can realize its potential.  in your hands it would shine.  The design and look of the module is very nice.

I often think back to Eno and his generative music, actually not so far back as its quite recent.....a possible repeat music scenario in maybe 2000 years.  I can't remember if its that long but that stuff messes with the mind in a wonderful way and I wonder how hard it is to commit to complete self generation and the natural human element to want to interact.  We are all drums in some shape or form.   That was the original shared instrument and it is our nature to interact.  Its in the DNA and it does not require one to be good at it, drumming   

Hard to keep the hands behind the back.   ;)   
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by chris23 on December 13, 2021, 11:04:53 AM »
Odd CV generation, eh? Have you seen this?

https://www.clank.eu/chaos

Very intriguing. Apparently Clank can't keep up with the demand.
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: The Modular Synthesizer Thread
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on December 13, 2021, 04:35:28 AM »
Thanks Chris for posting the mod grid links to your system.  I like the used book store idea.  My own bookstore was very busy!

Very interesting selection of modules.  I was a fan of Mutable Instruments, still am though I don't have any modules anymore.  My system was based around subtractive synthesis with a big nod to self generation which was achieved through random generators, multiple LFO's and odd CV generation that really all came together in my 2 ADDAC Quintet mixers that excepted lots of CV for modulating/manipulating 10 channels of audio.

Memories.
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