Диск: Patchwork - Friends & SubConsciousMind
Дата релиза: 16.10.10
Лейбл: Ektoplazm Net Label
Стиль: Experimental, Full On, Goa
Кол-во композиций: 10
Время звучания: 1:19:35
01 - Psylence & SubConsciousMind - Flying Nomad (1999) (145 BPM)
02 - Judith & Andi & SubConsciousMind (Jenseiz Art) - Bruchsch Das (2000) (145 BPM)
03 - Judith & Andi & SubConsciousMind (Jenseiz Art) - El Oriental (2000) (145 BPM)
04 - Psylence & SubConsciousMind - Substance (2002) (138 BPM)
05 - Shmau & Human & SubConsciousMind - What Lies Behind (2004) (142 BPM)
06 - Shmau & SubConsciousMind - Beautiful (2007) (135 BPM)
07 - Judith & SubConsciousMind - Desperation Symphony (2009) (143 BPM)
08 - Flowair & Yade & SubConsciousMind - Wush You Good Bye (2010) (135 BPM)
09 - Shmau & Judith & SubConsciousMind - Solace (2007) (140 BPM)
10 - Shmau - Schattespiel (SubConsciousMind vs Luca Remix 2007) (105 BPM)
Patchwork is an
unusual compilation featuring experimental compositions written by
SubConsciousMind (Raphael Huber) and a diverse assortment of musical
collaborators. These free-flowing tunes are the result of creative
encounters over an eleven year time span, from 1999 through to 2010. No
plans were adhered to when the friends met in the studio and no attempts
were made to conform to any particular style. This is a journey through
time where electronic music meets voice, violin, guitar, cello, and
more. Friends featured here include Shmau (Andrea Widmer-Pfeifer), Yade
(Linda Hertl), Human (Human Sahebi), Psylence (Christian Rupp), Flowair
(Florian Weber), Andi Luchsinger, Judith Zimmermann, and Luca Preite.
Visit the Patchwork info page for a full list of credits. Mastering and
cover design by Raphael Huber except "Desperation Symphony,” mastered by
"Flying Nomad" was arranged with Cubase VST5.
All the sound design was done with a Virus A, a Roland JP8000, a
Doepfer MS-404. Effects came from an Alesis Midiverb 4 and a Studio
Quad. Mixed on an analog Behringer desk and recorded on DAT tape. 1999.
"Bruchsch das" & "El Oriental" was arranged with a MPC-2000XL.
Synths used were a Virus A and a Roland TB-303. Effects came from an
Alesis Midiverb 4. The Guitar came through some Boss multi effect. The
violin was recorded with a piezo directly connected to a mixer in
"Bruchsch das" and through a preamp from the Doepfer Modular System in
"El Oriental". Mix was done on a Yamaha 03D digital mixer and recorded
into a computer running wavelab. The songs have been played "live".
Actually "El Oriental" is more or less one of the first takes of some
improvisation over two 16 bar loops! 2000.
"Substance" was created in Cubase SX1. Some sounds came from a Waldorf Micro Q and a Virus A. 2002.
"What lies behind" was created in Cubase SX2. a Virus B was used too.
2004. Vocals recorded with a Studio Project Tube Mic through a TL-Audio
"Beautiful" was created in Cubase SX3. a Virus TI was used too. 2004.
Vocals recorded with a Studio Project Tube Mic through a TL-Audio C1.
"Desperation Symphony" was created in Cubase 4. UAD and Spectrasonics
Plugins dominated. The violin was recorded with a piezo directly into an
RME Fireface 800 (which I don't recommend).
"Wush You Good Bye" was created in Cubase 5. Some Virus TI, UAD, Rob Pappen and Spectrasonics Plugins dominated.
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