Tangerine Dream’s RED years are my favorite of them all, their music of that time is as fresh to my ears today as when I had listened to it for the first time, almost 30 years ago!
As a gesture to my beloved band of the time I though it would be a great idea to remake a track from one of my all time favorite album, Logos from 1982. The track I remade is the second part of Logos Part 1 and I tried to be as close to the original as possible, while still delivering some of my recent touches, like orchestra arrangement and my analog modular synthesizer, which delivers all other sounds, especially the 4-5 running sequencers.
The track will be included in my upcoming studio album, Moab, scheduled to be released in winter time.
Work has started a while ago on a new studio project, called ‘moab’. Four tracks are already ready and I plan around 2-3 more tracks before I start the mastering phase.
The album will be heavily analog, but this time around will have strong classical touch with an emphasis on string section. I have decided to compose a lot of parts for an orchestra that is heavily biased towards the string section, with some parts composed for brass, horns and tuba.
I am enjoying the process enormously as this is a first for me and the results of raging analog sequencers on one hand with the soothing sounds of a real orchestra on the other is truly unique.
Expect the album to be released by winter time.
After a relatively long period of time with the previous web site graphical line, I had decided it is time for a change.
Although I like the general layout and sections, I got tired of the all-black decor and decided to add a little color, so after some lookup time, here’s the updated web site.