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Walter Holland

This California-based synthesist and guitarist honed his chops in the progressive rock-band Amber Route. His single albums firmly condition his like of effective, rock-anthem-style electronic items inspired partly by Tangerine Desire and Red Floyd. Holland in addition has been instrumental in assisting the essential underground electronic picture that continues to …

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David Alexander McDonald

Given birth to Steven Edward McDonald in the British Midlands in 1956, McDonald started formal musical teaching while an orchestral percussionist in age ten, getting an avid enthusiast of classical music after viewing 2001: AN AREA Odyssey in 1968. A family group proceed to Mandeville, Jamaica, in 1969 opened up …

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Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer

Following the reportedly rancorous 1973 split of the initial Mahavishnu Orchestra, which still left the group’s unfinished third studio album to languish in the vaults (the live Between Nothingness & Eternity was issued instead), violinist Jerry Goodman and keyboardist Jan Hammer formed a duo and documented the album Like Children, …

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Botanica

Led by synthesist Sanford Ponder, this group produces music generated by fractal mathematics. The pc programs are linked to many synthesizers. The music artists then connect to the causing soundtracks by overdubbing percussion, sax, flute, and piano. For something made by the apparently impartial mathematics of “chaos” ideas, this music …

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Daniel Blanchet

A classically trained guitarist, Montreal-based Blanchet is element of a growing digital music contingent in Canada. He started tinkering with synthesizers in 1985, intrigued by their countless likelihood of sound color and spatial improvement. Blanchet’s early desire for Bach’s oratorios is normally shown in his usage of digital reverb to …

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Tim Clément

Most widely known for the electronic conditions he created while half from the Canadian duo Danna & Clement, this Toronto-based composer in addition has written music for theatre, dance, and film. His early use Danna explored means of translating the serenity of Canada’s Ontario wilderness into music through ambient compositions …

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Eloy Fritsch

Brazilian prog rock keyboardist/synthesizer player Eloy Fritsch has appeared in albums over time as an associate of Apocalypse, and in addition by himself as a single artist. Delivered in 1968 in Caxias perform Sul, Brazil, Fritsch was subjected to a multitude of music young – with a radio place that …

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Mako

Los Angeles-based electronic duo Mako help to make passionate, melodic, high-energy dance-oriented music. Shaped in 2011, Mako feature the skills of Juilliard-trained composer Alex Seaver and DJ Logan Light. Before becoming a member of forces, Light got opened for performers including Tiësto and Avicii, even though Seaver got embarked upon …

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Hans-Joachim Roedelius

From his early use the pioneering Krautrock band Cluster to his later, even more ambient solo recordings, Hans Joachim Roedelius continued to be probably one of the most innovative and prolific voices in contemporary electronic music. Created in Berlin in 1934, he drifted through some odd careers before embracing music, …

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Michel Bayan

French-born Michel Bayan discovered the fundamentals of music from both his family members (his dad toured like a concert cellist in European countries) and by learning piano and structure at conservatories in Rome, Genoa, and Venice. After Bayan relocated america in 1962, he became thinking about “psycho-acoustics,” the technology of …

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