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Computerchemist - Aqual Measure flac album

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Album:
Aqual Measure
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Style:
Krautrock, Prog Rock
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1330 mb
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1145 mb
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Rating:
4.8
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347

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Tantric Race 10:39
2 Danube Flow 11:41
3 Mirage 5:58
4 Aqual Measure
Electric Guitar – Uwe Cremer
8:37
5 Standing Waves, Standing Still 13:47
6 Atlantic Rift 11:35

Credits

  • Artwork By – Angiewoman
  • Composed By, Mixed By, Performer, Producer – Dave Pearson
  • Electric Guitar – Uwe Cremer (tracks: 4)
  • Photography – Keith Hopkins

Notes

Equipment: cubase sx3, behringer bcf2000 control surface, maudio 88es, tascam us-122l, behringher hellbabe, hercules 16/12, behringer mdx2600 compander, behringer t1953 valve preamp, behringer di4000,yamaha bass, customised behringer guitar, zoom guitar effects pedal, yamaha customised drum pads
Percussion: VOXXlab L2S (licenced under CC sampling+ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sampling+/1.0/)
Terrainflight is a trading name of each2 Kft.
Recorded and Produced at Terrainflight Hungary 2009

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 884502257731

Computerchemist is a project of Dave Pearson, from Hungary. His music has been quite influenced by other EM artists such as Klaus Schulze & Tangerine Dream, and this album ‘Aqual Measure’ is a great recipe of how it sounds if we mix the best of both worlds in terms of EM. Think of Tangerine Dream (circa 75-85) meets Dave’s own distinctive ideas, and you’ll have a fairly good idea of what to expect on this incredible CD.

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Aqual Measure" is the fourth of these productions, and was released on Pearson's own Terrainflight label in 2009. A common denominator throughout this album is a subtle but distinct presence of Tangerine Dream, at last to these relatively novice ears as far as electronic music is concerned. Ardent fans of Tangerine Dream shouldn't rush out to by this album due to this description alone however, as "Aqual Measure" is an album with a bit more to it than this particular detail.

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atmospheric by computerchemist, released 07 January 2007 1. marshfire 2. atmospheric 3. dominos lament 4. flight of 'f' 5. tribalibal 6. french game idea 7. sharazad The album "atmospheric" was released in January 2007 to critical acclaim. Drawing heavily on the Berlin School sound, but interpreting it in a distinctly modern style, within its seven tracks it takes the listener on a fresh voyage of discovery, with each piece telling a very different story through the universal medium of music  . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

computerchemist is the ongoing solo project of Dave Pearson, (born March 1964), an English musician who lives in Székesfehérvár, Hungary, after moving from the UK in 2008. Uwe Cremer, otherwise known as Level Pi, was the guest musician on the fourth album, aqual measure(2009), and played guitar on the title track.

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Follow computerchemist and others on SoundCloud. Surging sequences, exotic sonic embellishments and enchanting melodies. If all the old names on the scene have become a bit stale by now, then Computerchemist will offer you a breath of fresh air musically. Archie Patterson, Eurock. Music Composed by Dave Pearson Dave Pearson: keyboards, drum/sequencer programming, bass & lead guitars Uwe Cremer: guitar on "aqual measure" Equipment: cubase sx3, behringer bcf2000 control surface, maudio 88es, tascam us-122l, behringher hellbabe, hercules 16/12, behringer mdx2600 compander, behringer t1953 valve preamp, behringer di4000,yamaha bass, customised behringer guitar, zoom guitar effects pedal, yamaha.

Computerchemist is a project of Dave Pearson, from Hungary.

computerchemist - Icon One, 18:01, 2. MB download mp3 full version here. Artist: computerchemist. Album: icon one. Release year: 2008. icon one: Best 2 songs. computerchemist - Icon Zero 16:57. computerchemist - Chaos Theory 09:57. computerchemist: best 2 tracks. computerchemist - Six Phase Mains Signatures . 2013 07:35. computerchemist - Aqual Measure Aqual Measure, 2009 08:39.

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  • Computerchemist is a project of Dave Pearson, from Hungary. His music has been quite influenced by other EM artists such as Klaus Schulze & Tangerine Dream, and this album ‘Aqual Measure’ is a great recipe of how it sounds if we mix the best of both worlds in terms of EM. Think of Tangerine Dream (circa 75-85) meets Dave’s own distinctive ideas, and you’ll have a fairly good idea of what to expect on this incredible CD. Let’s get on with the review…The opening track ‘Tantric Race’ is a slow moving and hypnotic journey that captures many different aspects of the EM ‘scene’. It develops in a great harmonic way with sequencers & Electric guitars that literarly sucks you right into “the action”. It reminds me a lot of what Guido Meyer did on the album ‘Lightyears’, with the exception that this track takes the advantage of more drum effects. A slow and steady with a nice flow that surprises the listener. Great opening track! Next comes ‘Danube Flow’, which is another rather slow track, and features some nice sequencing. It also consists of more drum effects and less guitars, but despite that, there are enough things going on to keep the excitement up, and it is most notably around the 7 minute mark and onward, as things are starting to develop real nice. This track is perhaps more for the fan base of Klaus Schulze, but overall I really love this one. A true ‘grower’!I have something very important to tell you. It’s about the track ‘Mirage’ on this CD. And you better pay attention to this one, because here we have what dreams are made of, and I really mean it!. This is one of the stand-out tracks on the entire CD. It opens up with some gorgeous sequences that emerge slowly into a wave of blistering guitars that simply puts a spell on you at first listen. I would have to say that it is probably one of those tracks that could best be described as a cross between Dave’s own imaginative guitar sound, TD’s album ‘Underwater Sunlight’ and last but not least ‘Strange Inside’. The only different is, this track is slightly more rhythmic, and with an atmosphere that is very hard to beat. Simply put, marvelous!The title track ‘Aqual Measure’ is another Grand experience. I’d say this is the albums most majestic and well structured piece. It starts with some lush sounding synthesizers that are swooshing back and forth, while the piano keeps the structure of the track intact. Later we can hear a gorgeous guitar kicking in, a guitar sound that HAS to be heard. It closes almost the same way it opened, the emotional and moody way. The atmosphere in this track is unbelievable, I can’t recommend this piece enough. The lead guitar parts were played by Uwe Cremer, who collaborated with Dave on this particular track. Pure Gold!‘Standing Waves Standing Still’ reminds me a lot of ‘Robert Schroeder’s music, there are many aspects of his sound in this one, most notably from his earlier works which is a good thing. Fans of the 70’s EM sound will be delightful. I would say it’s a track that contains more “Schulze’ sounds than any of the other tracks. The structure of this track is a rather mixed bag, it’s like it or leave it basicly, and also the only track that didn’t quite grab my attention to 100%. That said, it has some evocative and hypnotic sounds and ends with nice piano effects that will most likely please fans of Klaus Schulze ! ‘Atlantic Rift’ is a very dark and eerie experience. This is Dave at one of his “darkest” hours. The intro is very similar to ‘Lustmord’ and ‘Beyond Sensory Experience’ with it’s dark mood, but around the 4 minute mark, things are starting to kick in. Darkness reveals brightness and the synths are starting to take effect to their full potential. At this stage it sounds very much like Gert Emmens. But with the “flute” effects and Dave’s distinctive synth work surrounding you at the same time, it certainly shows that this could only have been done by Dave himself. And oh! You will be caught by a surprise aswell, but you will have to experience that part yourself. What a wonderful way to finish this cracking album!The verdict is the following. I have been a long time fan of Dave’s work (and a lover of progressive rock), I would even go as far and say I’m his No:1 fan, and out of the four albums he has released so far I find this album to be his best, a definite MUST BUY!. If you liked ‘Landform’ then you will LOVE this. Also, fans of TD’s albums ‘Green Desert’ & ‘Underwater Sunlight’ will want to have this in their collection. It has all the hypnotic moments from the 70’s and the emotional moments from the 80’s….what else is missing? Nothing! It’s all here!. A masterpiece!