Event Horizon

By: solo

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Added: 2/07/2010
Length: 4:29

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Electronica: Ambient
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Year: 2010

Artist's description:
The point of no return, the infinite abyss, a black hole.

Both frightening and beautiful how can a universe with laws that demand energy and information be preserved explain a place from which nothing can escape?

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Feb 11 2010 6:19 pm
by allenone

OH forgoth the other main point. It would work great as the backdrop of it's namesake "Event Horizon". Conveys that message well.



Feb 11 2010 6:16 pm
by allenone

Well Bruh... I'm not big on long ambient-style pieces (what we used to call ambient in the 60s and 70s... think the catagory has changed).. But i have heard myshare of it. Used to collect Tangerine Dream ifyou reall, and all their albums from Zeit to Phaedra were very long pads and fills....atmospheric kinda stuff. Your piece is very rich compared to other ambient.. Its got a lotta stuff using up the whole spectrum. So I guess it's a very 'FULL" ambient.. and i would listen in certain applications. Good in it's own right. Just perosnally biased against the catagory. Cool Beans, Beanmaster.



Feb 10 2010 6:46 pm
by clones replying to solo

you succeeded - in spades!



Feb 09 2010 1:18 pm
by solo

Thanks for all the positive feedback guys, I wrote this for the cosmo project in development on notonlymusic.com which basically is looking for music related to some of the big topics in cosmology. I had no idea what to expect from listeners since this isn't your typical music so I'm really glad some of you like it. I was trying to capture the sense of immense power at the heart of a black hole from the standpoint of an observer crossing over the event horizon.



Feb 09 2010 12:03 pm
by clones

solo - the voice samples are so spooky! I love this piece!



Feb 08 2010 10:35 pm
by Zan

a black hole is the best way to die. Reminds me of Rachel's Song without the choir.



Feb 08 2010 9:47 pm
by Ceekayed

You've overdone yourself. This is simply a magnicificient piece of ambient.



Feb 08 2010 5:23 pm
by slammy

its like a washing machine on acid



Feb 08 2010 12:28 pm
by clones

I'll soon write you an answer musically! http://physics.about.com/od/astronomy/f/hawkrad.htm



Feb 08 2010 11:44 am
by Norm

Fantastic!



Feb 07 2010 11:31 pm
by clones

DUDE!! You rattled my car and I DON"T have a sub-woofer! Everything GMO said and more - this is absolutely excellent! I listened a half dozen times and it just grew on me!



Feb 07 2010 11:29 pm
by clones replying to GMO

its for Cosmo!



Feb 07 2010 10:35 pm
by GMO

i forgot one thing: too short..



Feb 07 2010 10:33 pm
by GMO

excellent prod, captivating soundings. and there is this spinning feel through out the whole piece.. really good!



Feb 07 2010 10:01 pm
by clones

i'm watching the game with my Dad - but I dl'd it and will listen on the way home!