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Lowered - Arche (For Singing Bowls) album mp3

Performer: Lowered
Title: Arche (For Singing Bowls)
Released: 2018
Style: Experimental, Acoustic, Ambient, Drone
Rating: 4.7
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Arche (For Singing Bowls). Album ∙ 2018 ∙ 1 Songs. Arche (For Singing Bowls).

Arche (For Singing Bowls) 30:00. RELEASE DETAILS: Second in the 'Arche' series of recordings featuring minimal drone studies of acoustic instruments, with no digital or artificial effects used. released January 10, 2018. LINER NOTES: Sounds: Singing bowls (four microphones) Cello and violin (two microphones). Singing bowls played by Chris Gowers, recorded by Colin Bradley, autumn 2015 at University Centre, Doncaster, UK. Microphone placement and room set-up by Colin Bradley. Cello and violin played and recorded by Chris Gowers, summer 2017, Cambridgeshire, UK.

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Tracklist

1 Arche (For Singing Bowls) 30:00

Credits

  • Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Chris Gowers
  • Mastered By – Fraser McGowan
  • Recorded By – Colin Bradley

Notes

The second in a series of minimal drone studies of acoustic instruments by Lowered. This recording centres on singing bowls, together with cello and violin. No artificial effects have been used. CD housed in a gatefold card sleeve with photographs by the artist.

LINER NOTES: -

Sounds:

Singing bowls (four microphones)
Cello and violin (two microphones)

Singing bowls played by Chris Gowers, recorded by Colin Bradley, autumn 2015 at University Centre, Doncaster, UK.
Microphone placement and room set-up by Colin Bradley.

Cello and violin played and recorded by Chris Gowers, summer 2017, Cambridgeshire, UK.

No field recordings have been added. Some extraneous sounds that bled into the recording space, such as movement in the surrounding corridors and the birds overhead, remain on these recordings.

Arrangement completed during summer 2017 in Cambridgeshire, UK.

All sounds recorded acoustically, no artificial effects have been added.

Mastered by Fraser McGowan, late 2017.

Special thanks to Fraser McGowan and Colin Bradley.

This is part two of the Arche series of recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • ISRC: QZAPG1772992
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