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by Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader

Miles Richmond and Peter Grenader along with guest artist Steve Roach have released their debut project POV. This multi-timbral sonic experience engages the listener with elemental touchstones of early Fripp and Eno, Minimalism and textural Ambient
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Fermi Paradox
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
8:27 $1.70
2. Firmament (feat. Steve Roach)
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
19:16 $1.70
3. The Ooda Loop
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
9:56 $1.70
4. Frame 313
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
7:11 $1.70
5. The Ooda Loop (Reprise)
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
4:19 $1.70
6. Point of View (feat. Steve Roach)
Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader
11:50 $1.70
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The initial sessions which became POV were recorded over three days in November 2018 in Los Angeles where The Fermi Paradox and Ooda Loop were tracked. Work on the balance of the recording began in early 2019, outside of The Ooda Loop Reprise which is an electronic manipulation / remix of stems from those first sessions.

The thrust of POV was to sculpt a multi-timbral sonic landscape based upon guitar and processed guitar via a modular synthesizer equipped with both standard and granular sampling capability. While looping was incorporated, the synths were not just a pedal board for the guitar - by ‘freezing’ a sample the guitar acted as the oscillators for the synths. In some instances this
integration was more involved: Firmament’s main motif consisted of a modular synthesizer manifesting the repeated
arpeggiations of sampled guitar notes arranged as alternating variations of a C maj scale, less the seventh degree.

While electronically generated timbres were incorporated, they were an exception.

Miles Richmond played an unamped Fender Stratocaster guitar processed by Native Instruments Guitar Rig, an Abelton Push II and an Electro-Harmonix 720 Looper.

Peter Grenader used an analog / digital hybrid modular synthesizer consisting largely of Plan B / EAR equipment as well as 2HP, Qu-bit, Intelligel, Mutable, Doepfer, Toppobrillo, PT Audio, Flame and Audio Damage modules, the Toolbox modular synthesizer and glass harp.

Steve Roach used an Oberheim Xpander and Matrix 12, Eventide and Lexicon processors, Emu EG400 and Yamaha CP33 piano

Special thanks to Steve Roach, Thighpaulsandra, Pangaea, D&W.



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