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  • Microtonal Tunings and Scales

    Microtonal Tunings and Scales

    Dividing an Octave into 12 equal steps is the most usual but not the only way to go.

    I play around with alternate scales and tunings ... even I started playing the viola and the trombone for that reason.

    Here are some links to useful theoretical and practical articles about the microtonal thing:

    https://xenharmonic.wikispaces.com/ this is the absolute sourcepool for exploring the wide land of scales and tunings.

    http://ziaspace.com/_microtona...
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  • Chronotope Project: Interview with Peter James on Mastering Ambient Music

    Jeffrey Ericson Allen (Chronotope Project): I'm talking with Peter James, British ambient music producer and mastering engineer. We spoke once at some length about his music, and today we're discussing the art of mastering, especially as it pertains to ambient music. At the outset, I want to acknowledge that Peter has mastered my last three albums and done exquisite work on all of them. Today I'm opening a dialogue about the process to share with other musicians and engineers, especially those...
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  • Interview with Peter James on Mastering Ambient Music

    Interview with Peter James on Mastering Ambient Music

    Jeffrey Ericson Allen (Chronotope Project): I'm talking with Peter James, British ambient music producer and mastering engineer. We spoke once at some length about his music, and today we're discussing the art of mastering, especially as it pertains to ambient music. At the outset, I want to acknowledge that Peter has mastered my last three albums and done exquisite work on all of them. Today I'm opening a dialogue about the process to share with other musicians and engineers, especially those...
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  • Chris Bryant, a.k.a. S1gnsOfL1fe

    Chris Bryant, a.k.a. S1gnsOfL1fe

    Chris Bryant, a.k.a. S1gnsOfL1fe, is not only a moderator here, but he is also a talented, up-and-coming Ambient Music artist and musician in general. He is the first in a series of interviews with questions posted by the members of Ambient Online with new and established Ambient producers and industry professionals. I hope you enjoy reading his answers as much as I did. Don't forget that S1gnsOfL1fe's new album, "Branches in the Sky" comes out April 3rd, 2013 on Arecibo Records. ...
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  • Microtonal Tunings and Scales
    by Ahornberg
    Dividing an Octave into 12 equal steps is the most usual but not the only way to go.

    I play around with alternate scales and tunings ... even I started playing the viola and the trombone for that reason.

    Here are some links to useful theoretical and practical articles about the microtonal thing:

    https://xenharmonic.wikispaces.com/ this is the absolute sourcepool for exploring the wide land of scales and tunings.

    http://ziaspace.com/_microtona...
    11-28-2014, 05:02 PM
  • Interview with Peter James on Mastering Ambient Music
    by Chronotope Project
    Jeffrey Ericson Allen (Chronotope Project): I'm talking with Peter James, British ambient music producer and mastering engineer. We spoke once at some length about his music, and today we're discussing the art of mastering, especially as it pertains to ambient music. At the outset, I want to acknowledge that Peter has mastered my last three albums and done exquisite work on all of them. Today I'm opening a dialogue about the process to share with other musicians and engineers, especially those...
    05-04-2014, 10:48 PM
  • Chronotope Project: Interview with Peter James on Mastering Ambient Music
    by Chronotope Project
    Jeffrey Ericson Allen (Chronotope Project): I'm talking with Peter James, British ambient music producer and mastering engineer. We spoke once at some length about his music, and today we're discussing the art of mastering, especially as it pertains to ambient music. At the outset, I want to acknowledge that Peter has mastered my last three albums and done exquisite work on all of them. Today I'm opening a dialogue about the process to share with other musicians and engineers, especially those...
    05-04-2014, 10:46 PM
  • Chris Bryant, a.k.a. S1gnsOfL1fe
    by Heaven And Hell
    Chris Bryant, a.k.a. S1gnsOfL1fe, is not only a moderator here, but he is also a talented, up-and-coming Ambient Music artist and musician in general. He is the first in a series of interviews with questions posted by the members of Ambient Online with new and established Ambient producers and industry professionals. I hope you enjoy reading his answers as much as I did. Don't forget that S1gnsOfL1fe's new album, "Branches in the Sky" comes out April 3rd, 2013 on Arecibo Records. ...
    04-10-2013, 08:23 AM
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