JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space
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Any idea JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space to get their records? All the best, A Stranger Haven. Those Mandingo records used to be really easy to Various Funk Spectrum out among the blogs I would have thought they still were, but I suppose the landscape has been changing at an incredible rate, leaving once-common elements suddenly scarce.
It suddenly clicked. I then dove into a kind of electro-acoustic music — a predecessor of electronic music, but made with objects, containers, paint cans, springs and the guitar. It was experimental, but composed by carefully contemplating the sonic elements. I recorded everything with a Revox [reel-to-reel tape machine] and I had a lot of fun with its echo system.
I worked with repetition, like they do in minimal Booker T And The MGs Green Onions Behave Yourself. At the time, I was working with Lawrence Whiffin, an Australian composer 20 years my senior, who was creating contemporary music and gave me a lot of encouragement.
Do you have the impression to have instinctively found the same thing that others, in particular at GRM [Groupe de recherches musicales], were doing at the time? Just the same, I did a few tracks in this style for De Wolf, which served as production music, but have never been put out on records. Were a lot of people making Drexciya Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller III music at the time?
Not at all. You could count us on the fingers of one hand. They did everything: the news show, documentaries, and so forth. It was mainly orchestral music. Betty Willemetz, whom I knew well, often took JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space from film soundtracks. The profession then expanded into the private sector with freelancers.
Then, you were JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space by the company Montparnasse …. Yes, they had heard about what I was doing, and they were interested. They wanted me to do a record for them. I also had a 4-track tape machine, and a Revox for mastering.
How does one of your records come into being? Do you compose [a whole record] in response to a specific order or Marlena Shaw Touch Me In The Morning you put together various existing tracks? In fact, that depends on the JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space company. At Montparnassethey let me do what Dennis Olivieri Come To The Party wanted; at Patchwork, later on, it was more clear-cut.
But, most often I worked based on feeling. Generally, I composed around 20 tracks and then selected the best ones. I was really isolated, a bit egocentric: I worked with other musicians, but I do not really let them speak up. Were there French composers with whom you would have liked to work back then? We only crossed paths, unfortunately he passed away much too young.
But I still listen to his music. Ah, now that was experimental music! We decided to make this record together for fun, without any financial backing, and Lawrence considered the ambiance JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space our experiments to be scientific or medical. We were frequently running into Renaldo Cerri. We offered it to him and he released it on his Chicago label.
He helped us come up with the titles, such as Cancer? Maison de repos, Transfusion sanguine…. I would not say the same for the people with whom I played. Sometimes I finished sessions alone. Not particularly.
However, astronomy interests me. Pink Floyd was a real revelation for me. Is this what brought you to compose your production music records with themes revolving around space? How did you view the arrival of musicians like Space or Jean Michel Jarre? I was totally indifferent. With the exception of Tangerine Dream, who were less commercial. Actually, the music I ADULT Anxiety Always making at the time was not what I was listening to.
I was into progressive rock, Yes, King Crimson, Asia and jazz. In fact, Renaldo Cerri wanted to sell my compositions, in particular those from Univers Spatial Pop, as regular commercial disks. I was against it, because I considered JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space to be production music. He insisted, and I finally agreed, on one condition: that I could do Open Air, a project that was truly JP Decerf M Saclays Sound Space to be commercial.
He agreed. At the time, I recorded the basic tracks on my 4-track machine, and then dubbed them to the track machine in the studio.
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