rvkYoDleFool wrote::tu: Very good transparent sound. Good ambient.
Thanks very much for listening and commenting, rvkYoDleFool. Glad you liked it
layzer wrote:Some very nice ambient choirs that just came over huge on my phones. great build up as usual
with some deliciously creepy droans. dark and dirty hit the nail on the head. nice one, Tim.
ChamMusic wrote:Musica universalis!!!
Just been writing a short article on Music of the Spheres and the ancient connection between music, mathematics, and astronomy...don't ask why...it's a looooong story!" :0)
Music of the Spheres is NOT really meant be actually an audible thing a such, but if it was...this may well be it!!!
Simple, epic AWESOMENESS!
ChamMusic wrote:Hi Peter,
My wife reads and speaks reasonably fluent, (If a bit rusty), German and was able to give me the bare bones of the article!
"You said: What interests me in your announcement is the astronomy part"...
Musica universalis / Music of the Spheres is a very old philosophical concept really; not actually audible as such...it's metaphysical, dude and NOT something one should mention out loud in Glastonbury, UK or you will attract loads of slightly confused, glassy-eyed attention! :0)
Very big in academic circles in medieval Europe where it combined mathematical, religious and harmonic thinking. Origins, particularly the 'harmonic' element, can be traced all the way back to ancient Greece and Pythagoras' work on frequencies and vibration...he got a bit carried away and went onto mathematically analyse the movements of various celestial bodies...
He basically suggested that the planets, moons, suns etc all create their own unique frequency based on their orbits and that this inaudible 'sound' directly affected the quality of life on earth! 'Harmony of the Spheres' is a more accurate translation of his phrase.
] Peter:H [ wrote:
OMG, the hair on my forearm ... this track is great.
I have to definitely check out Ambient Online.
Kyrpto wrote:Got some very deep space vibes to it. Great candidate for a sound track as others have mentioned. Dark ambient indeed. Great work!