andorra got a reaction from Nordique in Do you use Open Source DAW or OS for music?
I'm using Renoise and it's available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux Thought it's quite different than most of the DAW's out there but I love it. I've used trackers since 90's Fast Tracker 2 and I found it too hard to start learning some another DAW now. It would take too much time to learn everything... Old dog already!
andorra got a reaction from Gagarin in E-Mantra - Silence (2020) [Melusine Records] (Psybient, Psychill)
1. Silence 05:44
2. Since you were gone 07:25
3. Ecouri 06:16
4. Departed 06:58
5. Night Walker 06:24
6. E-Mantra & Reasonandu - Shadow Skies 06:03
7. Prelude 06:10
8. Le Ciel est Triste 06:30
9. Echoes of an empty room 09:01
10. Touching 05:36
11. Passing through 07:19
12. Hymn 04:42
After many years i decided to take my music back from the labels that previously release them.
So this month will start with my dear Album " SILENCE"
Several tracks were re-edited ..remixed ..improved sounds
Melusine Records will be the label releasing them all step by step with new covers new mastering and big news ..on CD (limited to 100 ) for each album.
Cd's will be available for purchase directly from me at [email protected]
"Silence" will contain also small changes like a bonus track that should have been on the initial version of the Album but didn't quite get a place on .
All being said ..i present you the New "SILENCE"
Music : Emanuel Carpus
Cover: Painting by Leonid Carpus , digitally edited by Melusine Crew
Mastering : Zsolt Peter (Artifact303)
released March 17, 2020
Follow E-Mantra here :
Thank you friends and fans .
Special thx to : Negulescu Raluca , Dumitrescu Alexandru (Reasonandu), Egor Povzner, Ensancha ElAlma Rec , Zsolt Peter (Artifact303)
andorra got a reaction from Sounds of Snow in Tips and tricks on how to apply to play at festivals
I would like to add that the introduction/application should be somehow professional and clear. I think it matters how you introduce yourself and try to sell your music to organisers. Be polite and humble, send applications to same places also next year. It will pay off some day
andorra got a reaction from yiannis in Who's the best artists in Psybient right now?
Hard question and you're absolutely right! There are so many artists and labels releasing new music that I actually find it difficult to explore new music nowadays
There are few labels I'll try to follow and check their new releases but I'm sure that there's so much new music and talented artists that you won't ever notice because the mass is so huge...
And back to the original question... Can't really name the best artist but labels like Melusine, Mystic Sound, Mindspring and Synphaera have released some pretty good chill lately!
andorra got a reaction from yiannis in V/A - We Are Sky Dancers [Melusine Records 2018] (Psybient, Downtempo) - Free Download!
Free download V/A from Melusine Records
https://melusinerecords.bandcamp.com/album/we-are-sky-dancers Melusine Records - Free Release released April 29, 2018 Dakini Festival www.facebook.com/thedakini/ Cover Art - Etal www.facebook.com/etal2016/
andorra reacted to left in Key-G Radiozora Heliconia Tales Jan 2018
Hi guys ,
here i let you my last set for Radiozora from last January , it includes some unreleased tracks which will be out soon so enjoy it if you want , hope you like it
hugs to all
andorra reacted to Ant Nebula in Ant Nebula (Mindspring Music)
The Ant Nebula is a bipolar planetary nebula in the constellation Norma that is composed of a bright core and featuring distinct high-velocity outflows. The name and qualities are shared with a versatile chill DJ who spends his time between Australia and Europe.
Ant Nebulaâ€™s sets are infused with a palpable energy that stems from his love of life and combine the harmonic overtones of melodic driving beats interwoven with ethnic sounds and the artful syncopation of well-produced psychedelia.
Ant brings technical mastery second to none which allows him to take listeners on a journey inward exploring the various textures of consciousness, or, echoing the bipolar nature of his namesake, he can create dance floor pandemonium in which people become the dance for the duration of his set. He hosts a fortnightly session on the Internet-based chill station, Radio Q37 and is also a label DJ for Mindspring Music, home of unique and intelligent sonic outpourings for the discerning music lover.
VA Intra-Dimensional (Psybient/Psychill/Psydub)
Compiled by Ant Nebula
Release Date : December 29 2017
Contact / Bookings:
E-Mail : [email protected]
andorra got a reaction from Flexagon in Top 50 Best Free VST Plugins Of 2017 (bedroomproducersblog.com)
These are the best free VST plugins released in 2017! We went through every news article we posted this year, analyzed your comments, and compiled a list of this yearâ€™s finest VST plugin freeware.
andorra got a reaction from Gagarin in [open call] interview with EAT STATIC
I would like to ask about the new album. I know Eat Static mainly from Goa-trance music so how they ended up doing downtempo/dub/chill album? I understood that it's done entirely with modular synthesizers so what kind of process is that and how they ended doing so compared to old setup (and what kind setup was the old). Are we going to see and hear Eat Static playing next summer in festival chill-out stages?
andorra reacted to Moebius in MÃ¶bius - Mystic Sound Series #11 (2017) [Mystic Sound Records] (Chill out)
I did this set recently for the 'Mystic Sound Series' radio show on RadiOzora.
It contains tracks from my last four albums 'Advocatus Diaboli', 'Per Aspera Ad Astra', 'Tempus Fugit' and 'Mutatis Mundi'. Here is the complete track list:
1. Slow Motion (Per Aspera Ad Astra, Bump Foot Records, 2012)
2. Space Tuna (Per Aspera Ad Astra, Bump Foot Records, 2012)
3. Free Spirit (Mutatis Mundi, Mystic Sound Records, 2016)
4. Moss Stone (Tempus Fugit, Phonocake Records, 2015)
5. Overheated (Per Aspera Ad Astra, Bump Foot Records, 2012)
6. Sands Of Time (Tempus Fugit, Phonocake Records, 2015)
7. Spacetime Curvature (Tempus Fugit, Phonocake Records, 2015)
8. Trapped In A Black Hole (Advocatus Diaboli, Bump Foot Records, 2010)
9. Anticyclic Permutation (Tempus Fugit, Phonocake Records, 2015)
10. Storm Signals ((Per Aspera Ad Astra, Bump Foot Records, 2012)
11. Dark Wood (Mutatis Mundi, Mystic Sound Records, 2016)
12. Melting Phase 46 (Advocatus Diaboli, Bump Foot Records, 2010)
13. Fractal Earth (Mutatis Mundi, Mystic Sound Records, 2016)
14. Quantum Glow (Mutatis Mundi, Mystic Sound Records, 2016)
15. World Shift (Mutatis Mundi, Mystic Sound Records, 2016)
Thanks for listening and have a great day!
andorra reacted to Kuros Nero in Lie Less - Listen More (2017) [Self-released] (Psybient, Downtempo, Chill-out, Electronics)
Finally released my first album.
Hope you enjoy
andorra reacted to AstroPilot in AstroPilot - Thirty Three  (progressive chillout, progressive, ambient, techno )
Dear Friends! I would like to present a very special album to you! Unlike my previous works that were inspired by specific ideas and influences, the â€œ33â€ album is the epitome of my experiences on Earth as a human being. It is about little victories and disappointing misfortunes, about things thriving and passing, about falling in love and falling apart that I have witnessed. Ultimately, this album is the collection of things immaterial that Iâ€™ve carefully gathered and became during thirty-three rotations around the Sun. And I would like to share them all with you! I hope these melodies will evoke long-forgotten memories that will wash over you with warm nostalgia! Sincerely yours, Dmitriy AstroPilot
andorra reacted to Shaman666 in Importance of backup's
I'm a wannabe producer...more accurately a dabbler. But here to learn and I love the genre as a listener.
I use this PC for business as well as music and it would be a disaster to lose the data, it's my life's work.
Here is my backup strategy:
It is based on a propriety backup program called Macrium Reflect. (There is a free version) Reflect can do scheduled incremental backups which means that the entire 400 Gbytes of data on my HDD do not have to be copied over when I do a backup. Only changes since the most recent backup are copied each day. These scheduled backups are performed with no intervention required from me and usually take just a few minutes. Also, the incremental method means that I have a day by day record of changes for the previous month and can roll the entire system back to a previous state using image restore. Alternatively, the program allows file/folder restores to any previous backup increment.
Each month I rotate my external USB backup media and consolidate the 30 or so daily increments from the month into a new full backup and then start over with the increments. Since this can take a few hours I let it run overnight. Currently, I have 2 backup drives but the procedure would work with any number. I store one of the backup drives offsite just in case of a disaster such as flood/fire/theft.
It sounds complex but it mostly runs itself apart from the monthly USB external drive swap which takes a few seconds.
Hope this helps someone.
andorra got a reaction from Johnny Mandrake in Sets/Recordings from Festivals 2017
Yarn set @ Samsara Festival (09.08.2017) 00:00 Yarn - Sigh of Old Trees (Astropilot Music) 08:07 Yarn - Upcoming release (2017 / VA) 15:58 Yarn - Understanding (Blue Tunes Chillout) 25:10 Cord - Suburb Tales (Yarn remix/Mystic Sound Records) 31:16 Yarn - Soaked Sunlight (unreleased) 43:50 Yarn - Upcoming release (2017 / VA) 50:47 Yarn - Unnamed track (unreleased) 58:06 Yarn - Upcoming release (2017 / VA) 1:08:45 Yarn - Made of Cosmic Dust (Astropilot Music) 1:17:41 Yarn - Upcoming release (3rd album teaser)