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I make instrumental Experimental Ambient music. Sometimes I use some song or voice samples.
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Madelaine (Easter version)
Peak in sub-genre #3
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Aura
Peak in sub-genre #43
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The Reader
Peak in sub-genre #9
I make instrumental Experimental Ambient music. Sometimes I use some song or voice samples. It's hard to describe how the music sounds, but it's Ambient music with strange sounds. Sometimes it's really Minimalistic. It often sounds beautiful but sad. I like the sound of noise to be beautiful. I make 100% electronic music, with software only. I even don't use a MidiKeyboard, it's not necessary. With today's software you only need to know your computer really well and the software of course, to make music. It's a myth that you need to take piano or guitar lessons to be a musician. I have made music since around 1982. In the beginning it was with acoustic guitars and empty boxes for drums. All recorded on a simple cassette recorder. Me and a friend was really in to Joy Division and the Cure at that time. Then when Dead Can Dance get in the picture and my friend moved, I started to make music on my own with my Amiga computer, around 85-86. Since then it has been computers all the time in my life, but now with PC's. Both for music and all other things. In Now time you Program electronic music, instead of playing it. You program the sounds and you program the melodies. You can even build your own instruments with software! You can really make some interesting music that way. Many "old hard skinned" musicians thinks this is not possible. "It would be monotonic and boring", they said. Why? You can easily make moving and inspired sounds with software, just as you can with guitars. You can even make guitar sounds for heaven sake I can't say that my music sounds like any other group or artist, I can't say that it sounds original either, but those I listen to are: Richard Devine, Chris Clark, Jake Mandell, Cevin Key, Autechre, Arovane, monolake, Mouse on mars, Sigur Ros, Phonem, Dead Can Dance, Joy Division, the Cure, Swans and more
Band/artist history
I have made music since around 1982. In the beginning it was with acoustic guitars and empty boxes for drums. All recorded on a simple cassette recorder. Me and a friend was really in to Joy Division and the Cure at that time. Then when Dead Can Dance get in the picture and my friend moved, I started to make music on my own with my Amiga computer, around 85-86. Since then it has been computers all the time in my life, but now with PC's. Both for music and all other things.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
NO, i am completly computerized and studio dependant.
Your musical influences
I can't say that my music sounds like any other group or artist, I can't say that it sounds original either, but those I listen to are: Tim Hecker, Richard Devine, Chris Clark, Jake Mandell, Rechenzentrum, Cevin Key, Autechre, Arovane, monolake, Mouse on mars, Sigur Ros, Phonem, Dead Can Dance, Joy Division, the Cure, Swans and more
What equipment do you use?
Computer and software. Mostly freeware.
Anything else?
You can get my music on CD or any other format if you want, just contact me and we can make a deal. I have released 3 full albums so far: Belial 2003 Elder Gods 2000 deZipher 1999 You can get them for free support (minimum is material costs and postage). Visit my blog for updates and info: http://svartling.hopto.org/blogg/
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