Исполнитель: Dennis Haley
Альбом: Seven Seconds After...
Год выпуска: 2003
Жанр: Progressive Electronic, Ambient, Space Music, Berlin Variations
Количество треков: 4
Формат/Качество: 192 Kbps
Размер: 82,6 Mb
Ambient electronic soundscapes with thick textures, subtle drums, and soaring progressive lead lines all created on both analog and digital synthesizers.
Dennis Haley's first release for Neverwhere Records fillied with wonderful space music textures and themes. This CD is a synth lovers delight with over 59 minutes of thick pads, delicate flutes and intricate rhytmns.
The title track was composed during a period where communication seemed impossible, in some ways it had completely broken down. The dark mood that underscores this piece is a result of that communication breakdown. Many instruments came together to build this sonic landscape beginning with a homemade sample of the Polysix’s and a Jupiter-6’s dual filter sweeps sampled by and played on the TX-16W. Industrial noise was then sprinkled here and there from the K-250 and Vintage Keys. Fat bass, lush strings and flowing lead lines emanate from the D-50, Jupiter-6 and DW-8000. The intricate motifs of this piece are created with TX-81Z, K5 and DW-8000. The contemplative section that comes in about midway through the piece employs D-50 strings and a sample & hold patch created on a sorely missed ARP-2600. Percussion and assorted rhythms are realized on the MV-30. The finale utilizes the K-250 flute and DW-8000 strings to close on a sadly triumphant note. (excerpt from liner notes)
"..A collection of recordings with more sonic depth and color than I have heard in a long time" - Larry Fast, SYNERGY CDBaby | Neverwhere Records Tracklist:
1. Introspective - 12:29
2. Reflections On Tranquil Dimensions - 14:40
3. A Brief Visit to a Space Within Civilization - 9:23
4. Seven Seconds After... - 23:25 Доступно только для пользователей