Liz Ammerman | Universe

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by Liz Ammerman

A blend of environmental and atmospheric sounds, Native American flute, and a grounding tone. The Universe in its dream-state.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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Universe is a blend of environmental and atmospheric sounds, Native American flute, and a grounding tone.

This composition is based on B-Flat. The lowest note calculated to be vibrating in the universe is a B-Flat, fifty seven octaves below middle C, far below the range of human hearing, and is emanating from a black hole in the Perseus galaxy cluster, some 250 million light-years away. The note has been sounding for approximately 2.5 billion years. The B-Flat drone at 30.87 Hz represents this universal vibrating frequency.

Universe is meant to illustrate the dream-state of our daily activity. The flute song overlays a background of ambient harp based sounds mimicking wind and tides; the natural world is represented by crickets, peeping frogs and the gentle sounds of distant thunder. Bell-like sounds mimic humans’ industrial arts, invoking urban loft-dwellers.



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