To The Stars

by Franck Martin

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potentato I've heard quite a few producers lay claim to "binaural" effects, but never have I actually experienced convincing results until now. This album is like swirling slowly into a black hole in space, a genuinely trippy feeling. If I close my eyes, it genuinely feels as if I'm moving, floating and surrounded by aliens and star debris.
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Patrick Coleman Franck's new release is an abstract trip outside the multiverse. Experience sonic movement through spaces you haven't yet imagined. Favorite track: Looking Up.
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    - Released in November 2020 to Subscribers only
    - Released in May 2021 publicly
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1.
The Void 02:42
2.
Genesis 04:07
3.
Life 03:47
4.
Looking Up 05:56
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Explorers 06:45
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Half Space Odyssey, half the Expanse, this is the cinematic approach of this album.

This album was worked over many weeks, performed on a modular synthesizer at some events then re-worked, tuned, changed.

Finally it was recorded as one take, but with different parts. You can listen to the whole album continuously or each individual tracks.

It was recorded in quadraphonic, then mixed and mastered in 5.1 and the result processed for a binaural output for this digital release.

The Quadraphonic and 5.1 surround versions can be found at surroundmusic.one/album/to-the-stars/

This album goes well with this t-shirt design (Men, Women and Baby sizes): www.peachymango.org/shop#!/robot+on+planet+-+franck+martin

- Released in November 2020 to Subscribers only
- Released in May 2021 publicly

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released November 2, 2020

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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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