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NEMO 030
year: 2008

project coordinator:Anders Östberg
mastering: Anders Östberg
artwork:Anders Östberg


The description for this project was to make a composition that reflects our natural environment or wilderness - things that have not been substantially altered by human intervention.

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6 Sonoprint
stream trackload mp3   Abyssal Plain
The project CT-Nature was to find an area in nature which is untouched or otherwise not affected by mankind. After much deliberation and several other attempts at things like wind, aurora borealis and volcanoes, I arrived at the idea of the deepest oceanic depths. And, thusly the idea of the abyssal plain was born. The song is a combination of synthesized sounds and real recording, joined with a muted drone underneath. Used were recordings available from archive.org, freesound.org and noaa.gov. Written, recorded, produced: July, August 2008.
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comment 15.10.2008: raul bonell (www.myspace.com/theplayingorchestra)
  one of my favourite tracks of the project and i don't know
even why.. maybe it's the overall sound, production, depth,
maybe because it's like having mr. l.shankar into sonoprint's
abyss for one of his double neck impros.
   
comment 16.10.2008: Adam J Wimbush (www.myspace.com/ascsoms)
  i love this stuff, this is why i keep coming back to the CTC
   
comment 20.10.2008: nick robinson (www.looping.me.uk)
  dark and brooding, just how I like it ;)


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