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Tertiary

By Ashen Simian on May 17, 2020 4:30 pm

Totally ambient soundscape... somewhere between ominous and beautiful, I think. A good area in my opinion smile

Roland JD800, Waldorf Blofeld and Minimoog, all quite heavily processed as you can hear. Next week something to pay respect to Florian Schneider, RiP...

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May 18, 2020 7:58 pm

I like that area also....somewhere between ominous and beautiful indeed....lush sounds again...cascading water-like..and enjoy the dynamics

May 19, 2020 8:48 pm

I'm definitely getting images of vast landscapes.  At the beginning I'm picturing a frigid snowstorm in the mountains.    At night when it's pitch black out.  Then it changes to a more floaty feeling.  Space or maybe on the water.  Not sure, but very pleasant and relaxing.  Until some more ominous tones come in and make it a tiny bit unsettling, like there's something dangerous lurking nearby.  (I'm typing what I'm feeling as I'm listening for the first time).  I'm kind of getting a jungle vibe now.  It's getting a little more peaceful again but that sense of danger still feels like it's out there somewhere.  Looking forward to your tribute to Florian.  Kraftwerk were amazing and so hugely influential.   

May 24, 2020 5:25 pm

Starts with a ride on the underbelly of a 747, then next thing I knew I was on a mini sub gliding through an alien ocean, and then emerging into a rain forest.  A fun, sonic experience. Huge white/pink noise field in the intro sound great in my cans. Sets things up really nicely for the quieter melodic section following.  Bummer about Florian.  I was going to see Kraftwerk this summer when they came to the U.S. and had never seen them.  Should have made it more of a priority.  Looking forward to hearing your tribute!

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