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Old 16-05-2014, 10:55 AM   #1
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Mind expanding journey to the far reaches of the outer within. Especially 70's synthesizer music created with analog electronics.

The undisputed master, Klaus Schulze

Concert 1975 1:13:28

http://youtu.be/1KaoCfw2A24




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Old 16-05-2014, 11:17 AM   #2
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Thanks for sharing dont know a lot about synthesiser music but I like a lot of it, ill bookmark this. My dad was telling me about a band he used to listen to on acid in hte 70's tonto's expanding headband Ive actually ripped some of it from youtube and going to make a tune with some of it, its pretty cool some of it maybe you know of them I dunno but proper 70's synthy music yay know, some of it wasn a bit eh shit but this is the tune I am making a new tune with, its pretty cool, been getting right into synthy ambienty music recently, well making it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4mhO...Eb7_iA&index=2
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Old 16-05-2014, 11:40 AM   #3
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Thanks for sharing dont know a lot about synthesiser music but I like a lot of it, ill bookmark this. My dad was telling me about a band he used to listen to on acid in hte 70's tonto's expanding headband Ive actually ripped some of it from youtube and going to make a tune with some of it, its pretty cool some of it maybe you know of them I dunno but proper 70's synthy music yay know, some of it wasn a bit eh shit but this is the tune I am making a new tune with, its pretty cool, been getting right into synthy ambienty music recently, well making it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4mhO...Eb7_iA&index=2

Wow, Tonto's Expanding Head Band! I love it. Thanks dmt. Nice filtered vocals on this tune (early vocoder also?) Been into Space Music since I heard Tangerine Dream on late night public radio in the 80's. Forgot about it for years until the first time I got high when I toootally tripped out on their classic LP Stratosfear.

http://youtu.be/I_VAxZtjKZw

1976
Tracks:
Stratosfear
The Big Sleep In Search Of Hades
3AM At The Border Of The Marsh From Okefenokee
Invisible Limits



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Old 16-05-2014, 11:54 AM   #4
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Takes me back, I've got Timewind somewhere . I like a bit of space music.
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Old 16-05-2014, 12:10 PM   #5
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Takes me back, I've got Timewind somewhere . I like a bit of space music.
Incredible album screaming.

Klaus Schulze - 1975 Timewind /Deluxe

http://youtu.be/Bp1Sy76RpN0

Timewind (Deluxe edition)
17 November 2006

0:00:00 Bayreuth Return 30:32
0:30:32 Wahnfried 1883 28:38

Bonus:

0:59:10 Echoes Of Time 38:42
1:37:52 Solar Wind 12:35
1:50:27 Windy Times* 04:57


Recorded: March/June 1975, Berlin.
Release: 17 November 2006, on Revisited Records
First release: August 1975, on Brain (1075) and Virgin
Performed by: Klaus Schulze
The album is dedicated to Richard Wagner.


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Old 16-05-2014, 04:03 PM   #6
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Incredible album screaming.

Klaus Schulze - 1975 Timewind /Deluxe

http://youtu.be/Bp1Sy76RpN0

Timewind (Deluxe edition)
17 November 2006

0:00:00 Bayreuth Return 30:32
0:30:32 Wahnfried 1883 28:38

Bonus:

0:59:10 Echoes Of Time 38:42
1:37:52 Solar Wind 12:35
1:50:27 Windy Times* 04:57


Recorded: March/June 1975, Berlin.
Release: 17 November 2006, on Revisited Records
First release: August 1975, on Brain (1075) and Virgin
Performed by: Klaus Schulze
The album is dedicated to Richard Wagner.

It is and his album covers are very 'Daliesque'.

You can't have space music without this man though...and Harold Budd ;


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Old 28-05-2014, 03:00 PM   #7
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Tomita - The Planets Full Album

Compositions by Gustav Holst realized with synthesizers by Isao Tomita

http://youtu.be/SsFZfv70O8Y

Mars, The Bringer of War (10:54)
Venus, The Bringer of Peace (8:39)
Mercury, The Winged Messenger (5:22)
Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity (17:26)
Saturn, The Bringer of Old Age
Uranus, The Magician (9:45)
Neptune, The Mystic






Wealth of info for synth geeks only:

Component Equipment Used by Tomita for This Album
Moog Synthesizer Quantity
914 Extended Range Fixed Filter Bank
125Hz - 5KHz, 12-Band Highpass/Lowpass Filter 2
904-A Voltage-Controlled Lowpass Filter
24dB per Octave Classic Moog Lowpass Filter 3
904-B Voltage-Controlled Highpass Filter
24dB per Octave Highpass Filter 2
904-C Filter Coupler 1
901 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
Used as a VCO or an LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) as on the Minimoog 1
921 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
0.01Hz - 40kHz Frequency Range 1
901-A Oscillator Controller
1 Volt per Octave 3
921-A Oscillator Driver
1 Volt per Octave 2
901-B Oscillator
The Basis of the Moog Sound 9
921-B Oscillator
Newer and More Stable than 901-B 6
903-A Random Signal Generator
White/Pink Noise Generator for Wind/Rain/Sea Effects 3
911 Envelope Generator
2ms - 10s Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release Configuration 12
911-A Dual Trigger Delay
2ms - 10s 2 Channel Delay Unit 2
902 Voltage-Controlled Amplifier
Linear/Exponential Amplifier with 2 Inputs, 2 Outputs, 3 Control Voltages 9
912 Envelope Follower 2
984 Four-Channel Mixer 1
960 Sequential Controller
8 Steps by 3 Rows Sequencer with Fully Variable Voltages 3
961-CP Interface
CV/Trigger to Moog S-Trig Convertor for 960 Sequencer 2
962 Sequential Switch
Configures 960 Sequencer 4
950 Keyboard Controller
49-Note Monophonic Keyboard 2
950-B Scale Programmer 1
956 Ribbon Controller
Alternative to the Keyboard 1
6401 Bode Ring Modulator
Combines 2 Inputs, and Outputs the Sum and Difference,
Classically Used for Metallic Sounds, Such as Bells,
Designed by Harald Bode 1
1630 Bode Frequency Shifter 1
959 X-Y Controller
Joystick Controller for Mixing 2 Signals 2
905 Reverberation Unit
Spring-Type Reverberation 1
Roland Synthesizer Quantity
714A Interface 1
704C Voltage-Controlled Amplifier 1
715A Multimode Filters 1
723A Analog Switch 1
720B 2 Ch. Phase Shifter 1
721A 2 Ch. Audio Delay
700-Series Modules Later Incorporated into Roland System 700 Modular 1
Mixer Quantity
Quad/Eight Compumix (24 Ch.) 1
Sony MX-710 (8 Ch.) 2
Sony MX-16 (8 Ch.) 3
Tape Recorder Tape Speed
Ampex MM-1100 16 Tracks 76 cm/s
Ampex AG-440 4 Tracks (1/2") 38 cm/s
TEAC 80-8 8 Tracks (1/2") 38 cm/s
TEAC A-3340S 4 Tracks (1/4") 38 cm/s
TEAC 7030GSL 2 Tracks 38 cm/s
Sony TC-9040 4 Tracks (1/4") 38 cm/s
Noise Reduction
dbx 187
TEAC DX-8
Accessory Quantity
AKG BX20E Echo Unit 1
Revac Echo Unit 1
Binson Echorec "2" 2
Roland Space Echo RE-201 1
Eventide Clockworks "Instant Phaser" 1
Maestro Phase Shifter 1
Roland Phase Shifter 2
Fender "Dimention IV" 1
Maestro Sound System for Woodwinds 1
Maestro Rhythm 'n' Sound for Guitar 1
Sony Transceiver CB-107
For Those Spacemen Sound Effects 2
Fender Electronic Piano
Probably a Rhodes Suitcase Model 1
Hohner Clavinet C 1
Sitar with Barcus-Berry Contact Microphone 1
Roland Strings RS-202 1
Mellotron (Chorus, Flute, Timpani) 1
Electronic Harp 1
Leslie Speaker Model 147
For 'Rotating' Sounds, Popular with Hammond Organs 1
Sankyo Orgel Rhythmica
Designed to Set the Music by Punch Card System 1

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Old 27-06-2014, 01:32 AM   #8
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Amazing recent improv live performance in classic Tangerine Dream style

Berlin School Style Electronic Music Event
Gasometer Improvised Concert Oberhausen

http://youtu.be/6Zsxl6ILmcw

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Old 29-06-2014, 06:33 PM   #9
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Vangelis improv

Spanish tv 1982 6:41

http://youtu.be/EiFKU4UigEw



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Special treat for Techno aficionados, Space Music heads and Christians alike. Iconic religious imagery and improvised synthesizer music by Rik Davis aka 3070 the Electro pioneer who created Cybotron (Clear, Cosmic Cars and other classics.)

Rik Davis - Protoevangelium

http://youtu.be/-32h31ZMZy0





Cybotron3070 - High espionage 101

On the sex slaves of Jericho

http://youtu.be/Db_jAYcvO3s


3D video link

http://youtu.be/yTI7vHsVtdc



If you want to get the shit scared out of you watch this one. Wish I had some 3D glasses right now!!!

Cybotron3070 Natasha Mission Brief 3D (Necroton Robot)

http://youtu.be/LW6i1MZTGUg

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Old 16-07-2014, 08:26 PM   #11
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Breathe in and out, in and out...

Klaus Schulze - Floating from the LP Moondawn 1976

http://youtu.be/QwG8ejkSP8w



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The mighty Hawkwind deserve a mention
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Old 20-07-2014, 01:09 PM   #13
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You can make space music without synths.

The Germans are great at this stuff.

Can - Future Days [Full Album]

(1972) Amon Düül II - Wolf City [Full Album]

Not German but a bit French.

Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971) [Full Album]

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The mighty Hawkwind deserve a mention
Sweet! What do you think is Hawkwind's spaciest stuff, gerardwilkie?



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You can make space music without synths.

The Germans are great at this stuff.

Can - Future Days [Full Album]

(1972) Amon Düül II - Wolf City [Full Album]

Not German but a bit French.

Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971) [Full Album]

True swami, even acoustic instruments can evoke the mysteries of space. Nice picks there.

Sea of Crisis (Mare Crisium) - Per-Olov Kindgren (10-string guitar)

http://youtu.be/tNxEIxloRLs

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Minimoog and Church Organ played by Józef Skrzek...beautifully recorded

http://youtu.be/YeHaO1bF8Ng

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Vangelis - Intergalactic Radio Station

http://youtu.be/Dx3FPiHqG8U

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Jeff Beck - JB's Blues

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQyc7ymCYoM
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Conrad Schnitzler - Gelb 1

1974

http://youtu.be/dPQKTURkZoc


Conrad Schnitzler - Lichtpunkte Und Schwarze Zeichen

1978 23:27

http://youtu.be/3lcnQSUYirE



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Old 04-12-2014, 03:58 PM   #19
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US public radio show Hearts of Space https://www.hos.com/

Hearts of Space - Stellar Visions

http://youtu.be/gtrOLDsKu4I

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Cool thread and great artists ,as a fellow spacerocker can i recomend
Faust, more kraut than space but ace
Gong and steve Hillage and Tim blake , big fan
Ozric tenticals
Agitation free
Cardiacs
Cosmic jokers
Hawkwind ,Farflung ,gunslinger ,
krel
Here and now
Hidria spacefolk
Omnia Opera
Oroonies
Wooden baby
enjoy
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