Liz Ammerman | Morpho Series

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Morpho Series

by Liz Ammerman

The chaos butterflies.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Dark Ambient/Noise
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1. Morpho1
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2. Morpho2
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3. Bee Song
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4. Morpho3
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5. Lycaenidae
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6. The Blue Mormon
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7. Iridescent Color
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8. Viridian
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Morpho Series is, first of all, about butterflies; the pop-culture chaos theory that a butterfly can flap its wings here, and create a hurricane elsewhere; the chaos butterflies.

Part of the composition process is an attempt to know the harp, as if you’d know a person; their history, their aspirations and expectations; all facets of their personality; not just what is beautiful or good.

Part of the process is exploring simply making sound. You produce a sound, and ask… What kind of sound is this? How do you feel about it? What will other people most likely think when they hear it? What’s its purpose? Does it need one? Is this the sound you wanted, or some other sound? What else can you do to change it?

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