Sound Theories Vol. I & II is a 2007 album by American guitarist Steve Vai. The album was recorded with the Metropole Orchestra in Netherlands in mid-2004/2005 and released on June 26, 2007. Volume I features Vai playing guitar with the orchestra, which has itself earned worldwide acclaim by backing artists ranging from Mike Keneally, Terry Bozzio, Tony Bennett and Natalie Cole to Nancy Wilson and the Yellowjackets.
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Commercial Album is an album released by the Residents in 1980. It is commonly considered a follow-up of Duck Stab/Buster & Glen. The album pares down the concept and structure of the average commercial pop song and reduces it to a one-minute redux. It contains a compilation of 40 such sixty-second vignettes.
2Sound is a project that was born in 2001,starting with the passion of two musicians for the softwares of house music creation. In 2003, 2Sound entered to belong to the ENKY studio of Imola with the c. Bologna. Stream Tracks and Playlists from 2SOUND on your desktop or mobile device. OK. Help your audience discover your sounds.
Listen free to Various Artists – Tokyo Deep, Vol. 2 (The Sound of Tokyo) (Greating Beat - Oh My Jazz Mix, Connor Honor - FD Jazzy Piano Mix and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
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Surround sound is a completely new conception of the musical experience. Recorded music is no longer a matter of a fixed two-dimensional setting, but rather a three-dimensional enveloping situation. Stereo can be described as a flat canvas, while surround sound is a sculpture that you can literally move around and relate to spatially; surrounded by music you can move about in the aural space and choose angles, vantage points and positions. Morten Lindberg, Balance Engineer and Recording Producer.