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Breaking Open of the Seventh Seal

by SourceCodeX

Lost Time 04:21
Dao's Song 03:35


Synthesizers, guitars, E-Bow, space rock, progressive rock, and more musical surprises are all here. Fans of synth rock will enjoy this release. Extended space music drones and more . . .

Album Notes:

You will hear E-Bow guitar work similar to that of Robert Fripp. Experience Berlin School sequenced electronic music. Joy to feeling the essence of Ozric Tentacles and Steve Hillage with guitars jamming over wild synthesizer-scapes. If you dig synth rock, progressive rock, space rock or space music that is trippy -- then you will find something to please you within this release. I tried to just have fun creating this music. There is even a splash of Vietnamese-based, folk rock dedicated to a recently passed friend named Dao. Of course, you will hear the swell and wash of synthscapes like unto Steve Roach, Robert Rich and Max Corbacho.

I intended to release this music in Fall of 2012 but alas a mammothly, horrific life setback, a serious illness, and a huge computer crash of my DAW system delayed its being available until late 2014. Two pieces: "Lost Time" and "Lost Soul Travails" were created during the interim of my very slow recovery.

Many thanks to GoldWave, Steinberg's Cubase LE4 and their sympathetic support staff for helping me finally get this music out. Thanks to all my families, friends, therapists, doctors, fans, and musicians who inspired me to keep keeping on and to return to the place of music for inner healing. Deepest thanks goes to my ever-loving, wife Ann.

I exalt my Savior Jesus Christ, the Source of my enduring strength through it all. Without His matchless grace I couldn't have survived this long . . .


released October 10, 2014


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SourceCodeX Wake Forest, North Carolina

I have always had a strong fetish for synth music. I recognized a "power" in this beatless, amorphous, ambient genre born of New Age music to evoke altered consciousness. In 2002 I began experimenting with various software-based synths and sound editing programs. In this deep sea of blissful inspiration I was destined to "give back" my own twisted echoes of the ambient space music genre. ... more

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