Michael Joly / Reed Flute Solos Жанр: New Age, Ambient, Meditative Страна: USA Год издания: 1998 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Продолжительность: 45:01 Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps Треклист: 1. Twin Chrome Fans at 11 AM Mass (10:53) 2. Train Will Leave, Forward (4:45) 3. Sound-House Peace Tones (8:14) 4. Blue Niche of Former Saints (9:15) 5. Speaking Slowly to Brother Fog (6:21) 6. Acadie Lost (2:41) 7. Acadie Found (2:50) Native reed flutes crafted and played by Acadian sound artist Michael Landry Joly still the mind to promote healing balance through sound archetypes. A hauntingly beautiful collection of original improvisations on hand-made reed flutes accompanied by pure sine wave tones and water-on-rock sound.
About Michael Joly Myself
I’m a Cambridge-based sound artist and musician. I’ve created site-specific sound installations and done some soundtrack work for film, video and videogames. I released my first CD “Reed Flute Solos” in 1998 (search Amazon or MP3.com) and I’m working on new material – “ancient electronica” where I’m striving to bring together my reed flute work with electronics and guitars. I stopped watching TV when I was twelve (in 1968) when I got hooked on radio growing up in N.E. Connecticut (French-Canadian/Acadian – another story)- I could get FM stations from Boston, Providence, Hartford, New Haven, Springfield & Amherst not to mention late night AM skip from NY and Chicago. In the late 70′s I played in punk bands in San Francisco and did some radio production for KPFA via Haight-Ashbury Community Radio. In the early to mid 90′s, I was a community broadcaster at WMBR (“88.1 first on your FM dial!”) with a weekly cyberspace-themed talk and ambient music show called “ElectricSpace” – sandwiched very attractively between “Gender Talk” and a long-running Brazilian show. I was a practicing audio design engineer for many years – working with the founders of dbx, Inc. at their film industry offshoot – Kintek. I designed noise reduction systems, loudspeakers and surround sound processors. I really owe my sound engineering chops to David Blackmer (db in dbx) and my old boss Jim Townsend – a fine film mixer from NYC -who were both kind enough to mentor me as a young pup. I currently work for the radio division of Greater Media, Inc. as Director of Internet Strategies and provide business analysis and training for NTR new business development teams in our four markets – Boston, Philly, Detroit and Central NJ.
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