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Alpha Wave Movement | Architexture of Silence

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Architexture of Silence

by Alpha Wave Movement

Architexture of Silence is an excursion into the realms of ambient music where interlacing branches of timbral topography expand across the subtle macrocosm of silent reflective inner landscapes. Cd's available at www.hrresonance.bandcamp.com
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Movement One
12:05 album only
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2. Movement Two
12:57 album only
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3. Movement Three
12:21 album only
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4. Movement Four
10:19 album only
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5. Movement Five
14:12 album only
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Architexture of Silence is the 18th Alpha Wave Movement release and it is an excursion into the realms of ambient music where interlacing branches of timbral topography expand across the subtle macrocosm of silent reflective inner landscapes.

This release hearkens my return to using a very minimal hardware(0% software synthesis) setup and no computer based sequencing. In other words I used an ancient(by today's standards) hardware sequencer as a sketch pad. Composing in a limited medium beckoned the creative and spontaneous muse to sculpt the musical movements that became Architexture. There are no track titles per se and the music is volatile with a sense of distant openness in so much that labeling and forcing any title upon the listener would distract from the subtlety.

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