The Moon and the Stars

by Ghost Harmonics

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L.Tech Ghost Harmonics delivers an impressive sonic dronescape with rich Sci Fi overtones.

Listening to this composition brings to mind interstellar travel, astronauts in deep space hibernation and cryogenic sleep.

Equipped with the latest in nano-technology and covert electronics, the Spaceship B. Coleman XL1 will transport you to the farthest reaches of Outer Space. Enjoy!
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A peaceful and atmospheric ambient drone focusing on just one note and its usually hidden harmonics.

The music comes from three sources, an ebowed guitar, a Roland SH-32 synth and Novation KS rack synth, each playing the same note.
The ebow picks out natural harmonics in the strings. The sounds used on the synths had a similar quality.
The three sounds layered together interact and bring out the harmonics of that note.

More info:
ghostharmonics.com/albums/the-moon-and-the-stars/

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released July 30, 2018

All music written, performed and produced by Brin Coleman
at MCos, Manchester, May 2018.

Cover photography and design by Brin Coleman.

Cover photograph: View from MCos, one evening in April 2018.

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Ghost Harmonics Manchester, UK

Minimalist drones of usually one note and various harmonics and subtle variations in sound.

Music to lose yourself in.

Video introduction:
vimeo.com/192384854

Album reviews posted here may be included on ghostharmonics.com
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