Slightly off topic: YouTube user crysknife007, aka Cheesy Nirvosa put together this playlist that features the ambient sounds of science fiction spaceships.
The playlist includes these greatest ambient sound hits:
- Star Trek TNG Ambient Engine Noise (Idling for 24 hrs)
- Star Trek TOS Ambient Engine Noise (Idling for 24 hrs)
- Original Battlestar Galactica Ambient Engine Sound ( For 12 Hours )
- Nostromo Ambient Engine Noise ( Ship from Alien for 12 Hours )
- 12 Hour Tardis sound from Doctor Who
But wait! There’s more: Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Ambient artist Daniel J. Davis (Carl Sagan’s Ghost) has released a new album of ambient electronic music, Cycles.
The album features Fender Rhodes, OP-1, Micorkorg, MS-2000, CZ-1, Nord Lead 3, Bass Station II, DX7 and HS-60. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a complete live performance, May 28, 2014, by ambient/space music artist Robert Rich.
Here’s what Rich has to say about the live performance: Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Reader Don Tyler let us know about a free release by his Ascendant ambient project with Chris Bryant, Glass Desert (embedded above). Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live ambient synth jam by Daniel Davis.
Davis has released multiple albums, under his name and as Carl Sagan’s Ghost. Continue reading
This the music video for Harold Budd’s Jane 8, from his recent album, Jane 1-11. Continue reading
James Murphy, late of LCD Soundsystem, hates the sound the NYC subway turnstiles make when a Metro pass is swiped through them.
“They make this unpleasant beep and are all slightly out of tune from one another,” Murphy said, in an interview in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal. Murphy wants to turn the daily routine of people going through the turnstiles into an ambient ‘subway symphony’. Continue reading
Smashing Pumpkin’s Billy Corgan has announced plans for an 8-hour modular synth ambient interpretation of Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha:
On 2//28 I’ll be doing a show at Madame ZuZu’s Teahouse (Chicago); start time noon, and due to nature of performance it’ll last 8-9 hours. So see http://MadameZuzus.com in coming days for details on seating and admissions. As with all our events there is no charge.
Performance will be centered around an ambient/musical interpretation of Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha; built by modular synthesis, on the fly.
Readings of the text to go hand in hand with whatever is created; + the first @Hexistential poster, and event t-shirts too. Hope to see you there.
via Chris Stack