FREE Track: “Alice”

Now that Halloween is over, I’d like to make this information more widely available: AN EARLY MORNING LETTER, DISPLACED presents ‘Alice‘ – a free download made especially for Hallowe’en. This composition, nearly 8 minutes in length, is partially inspired by the Švankmajer film from which many of the incidental noises have been sampled. Both atmospheric drama and musical arrangement, there is a story to tell here… Do as you will.

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Donate to Cure Juvenile (Type-1) Diabetes

This is the first time posting something of this nature- I do so hoping that someone will stumble upon it and be moved to make a donation. Tara and Mike of Lycia are participating in the JDRF’s Walk to Cure Diabetes on November 1st and it would be super if more people could make a donation in their name!  Lycia was a huge inspiration for myself and many others and they are directly affected by this disease.  Please help out if you are able! [ Donate now ]

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Sonar 8 PE Review

Sonar 8 was released a few weeks ago.  Being in the middle of a project at the time, I’ve had a good week or so to check out some of the new features. Here are some things I like: SONAR Performance Optimizations How can you not like this?  I haven’t had a huge problem with projects in the past, but do notice a significant decrease in resource usage in this new version, all the same. Dedicated Instrument Track This is more of an organizational preference than anything else- but I do find it a bit cleaner than the old way

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A Prison of Oneself – Now Available!

Fractured Vision Media is pleased to present A Prison of Oneself, the new collection of recordings from studio recording artist An early morning letter, displaced. The recordings on ‘Prison’ span almost four years of wavering activity and countless personal setbacks. “A Prison of Oneself” is a dense collection of work recorded over the course of four years. Dark and crushing. Ambient textures interlaced with swelling, almost violent extremes. Edgy soundscapes filled with hope, despair, and a persistent, uneasy current reflective of the mind’s inner hell.

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