Mostly melodious instrumental, synthetic, electronica inspired by nature, life, family and friends and all kind of sounds and music.
All are original tracks if not stated otherwise!
I recommend using good headphones or speakers when listening. Otherwise you'll probably miss some of the details in my soundscapes....
All kind of comments and feedback are welcome and appreciated!
I would like to thank my collaborators on SoundCloud this far:
Please check them out! (cronological order)
* = new track coming up soon
Michael Klatte: music, that touches
Jack: Jack 3.5
Universal Mind: Universal Mind
Wired Ant: Wired Ant
Vlad Josephson : Vlad Josephson
Rebekah Vinelli*: Bekah B
Carlyn Burnette: Carolyn Burnette
Deep Man: deep man
Ho-Shin (Mark) Cho*: MarkHS
Oddrun Eikli: oddrun eikli
Ghost Dust: Ghost Dustᵐᵒᵒᵑ ͨ ͪ ͥᶫᶛ
Dave McEown: Dave McKeown
Deborah Gagnon : https://soundcloud.com/debsmusic
Nazneen Rahman: NazneenMusic
Eric "Zoo" Walker: Gigglebyte
Tom Moore: Indigolab
Rachel Rae / Rachel Gaskin-Whitrod : .~ReD~.
Nikos Georgiou: http://soundcloud.com/niklaus-b-1
Manuela Marchis: Manuela Marchiș
Magnus Ukonu*: Magnus111111
Van Gabriel: Van Gabriel
Marc ELUSSE: Nemorospo
Milana Zilnik: https://soundcloud.com/milanazilnik
And please, comment on the tracks! I need some feedback to be inspired to do some more combinations of sounds - of the world as we know it...
From classical guitar to improvising sounds and accords together with my inspiring guitar-teacher Peter in the late 70's and later experimenting with synthetic sounds in the early 1980's when I exchanged my hangover-drummer-friend for a Yamaha X-15 drum-machine in the contemporary punk-band "King Zise".
Bought my first synth 1982, a Korg MS-20. Nice groovy sounds with that one. Turned to polyphonic Vintage with Roland Juno-106 1985 and turned to the electronic music-world for sure.
Made some tracks with my very best friend Stefan Aurell naming us Blue Print and later Lost Disciples. Inspired by the Buggles, Depeche Mode, OMD, Tangerine Dream, JM Jarre, Vangelis, Talking Heads, Ultravox and several other vintage synth groups in the ´70's, 80's and 90s..
There has been some water under the bridge...
If I had all the electronic things then that I have today...
Now playing with my iPhone a got hold of the app NanoStudio and this inspired me to, once again, produce some original music.
When I'm not on the phone I use Cubase....
I hope you will enjoy....
Some tracks on radio/podcasts/YouTube: