Equalypse born in 1973. From an early age he was fascinated by computers, so the music adventure began because of that. He created first tune in Basic on Timex 2048 computer. Computer music accompanied him all his life. Especially a passion for tunes from C64 and Amiga. The first commercial electronic music he heard was "Stratosfear" by Tangerine Dream. This recording came from the collection of his father, it was played from an old tape recorder. First known composer was Jean Michel Jarre when Equalypse was in middle school He loved JMJ's compositions. More serious songs created on the Amiga and programs; Noisetracker and Star Trekker. Later he tried Fast Tracker on a PC. Next switched to the typical midi editors and uses them to this day. He graduated from the economic faculty. Passionate about computer technology and informatics. He has worked in various economic sectors - all companies he worked at were his own or family business. The biggest impact on his music was C64, Amiga and PC scene tunes. Equalypse appreciates Tangerine Dream, the highest authority for him is Jean Michel Jarre.
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Equalypse resurrects the Concept of Music of the Spheres with this Collection of Lyrical Electronic Tone Poems! If crystalline structures, icicles, stalagmites and so on could be musically imagined; this Album is it. Superb Electronica!!!
Nothing too complicated to understand regarding this Album. Eight Tracks of Coolly Melodic Ambient Electronica arrives just in time to help take the Sting out of the Summer Heat. The Music has a Smooth Thriller TV series Feel with Pulsing, Futuristic and somewhat Hypnotic Qualities( Track #2. 'Fragments 02' for example). The Melodies are quite outstanding and memorable( Track #3. 'Fragments 03' ). It is highly probably each Listener will resonate with a particular Song on a personal level. Audition and find your Personal Theme Song. ;)
old school indeed.. but that's not a bad thing at all, as instruments and orchestration are of a good taste and respectful to musicians as Jarre, Marouani brothers and others. Pleasant tracks, my best for the 6th one, perhaps some more progressions inside some of them would have been a nice idea.
'Conversion I', is a seven track, Instrumental Electronica Ambient album.
In my opinion there is no actual "Seasonal" Theme to this Album. The reason I made a summery reference is that this Collection strongly reminds me of a New Zealand New Age Composer, whose name escapes me, that was featured on a 'Hearts of Space' Radio Broadcast. The name of his composition was 'Light Dance'. As the Program ended a local radio announcer made a point of stating it was perfect for music for a Summer's Evening and indeed I was sitting beside an open window enjoying a pleasant breeze. This Album captures the Mood and Feeling of that Moment.
Musically, Highly Relaxing and Melodic Techno to Mood Ambient Electronica Compositions compose this Collection. Listen for a Blend of Lyrically Flowing Melodies to Futuristic Synth Keyboard which shifts from an Technological to a nearly Acoustic Sound and this includes a Mode that is very nearly Human Vocalization and Synth Choral--Track #4.Conversion 1 04',--Essence.
Overall, a Spectacular Musical Experience. :)
Equalypse keeps the line of music that could be heard on Beta. The tracks are nice, inventive, melodic electronic music which sound retro in the best sense of the word - more 1980s than 1970s. They kind of remind me of the more melodic bits from Tangerine Dream.
While there's a good variety in sounds, I lack more variety in feeling, rhythms, speed of the tracks. Except for two or three, they feel very similar.
Oh, and the last track really is a joke - intentional or unintentional, I don't know.
Anyway, a very good album worth a listen. If you're looking for original electronic music that isn't cheesy, repetitive or stupid, go for Equalypse's Beta and Gamma.