Symphoney

by Franck Martin

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Patrick Coleman
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Patrick Coleman A collection of experimental modular synthesis compositions in the classic sense--textures, sounds in motion, with both calmingly earthly moments and fascinatingly surreal otherworldly soundscapes.
Audio Terrorist
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Audio Terrorist Franck has the unique ability to blend electronic and organic in both a descriptive and narrative way. As you listen you are taken on a journey to the mysterious world of the micro machinery of Biology and it's macro expression in animal life.
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tech-15 First listening: Symphoney Part II was the most intriguing. Upon hearing it the first thing that came to my mind was 1955. It reminds me of something from that era but I cannot recall exactly what that may be. It requires more listening on my part.
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peronosphora During COVID-19, when we started WFH, I also started listening Symphoney album and I loved it! It sets me into the working mood and helps me focus. I highly recommend to purchase this album! Great job Franck! Favorite track: Symphoney (Part V).
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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    This DVD has all the tracks of the album "Symphoney" recorded in their original quadraphonic sound and then mixed and mastered in 5.1 surround sound with some film footage taken by Franck Martin. To be played on your home theater system.
    It comes with a CD of the Album "Elements".

    Includes unlimited streaming of Symphoney via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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You know You should know Fog of life You progress You regress You digress You assess A slap To your face Who are you Thousands years Thousand people Become you Which end What they left What will you Do, in the end No one Not one Will remember At the end
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Audio recorded live on quadraphonic eurorack modular
synthesizer at Lake Tahoe and San Francisco, California
Mastered in binaural Stereo sound
Mastered in 5.1 surround sound available in DVD format
Production notes and more info: www.peachymango.org/Symphoney

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released December 22, 2019

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Franck Martin San Francisco, California

After listening to Jean Michel Jarre, Air, Daft Punk, Xenakis, Tangerine Dream and many others... Beeing there in some early days of computers and electornic music, I got curious on how it is all put together. So I'm creating while learning, especially since todays tools make it easy to do something. Looking for my muse... ... more

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