Complex Silence 24

I am very happy that my ninth album is part of the Complex Silence series, released by Treetrunk and overseen by Phillip Wilkerson.

The music on this album started out as part of one long generative piece.
Each note plays in its own repeating loop. Each loop is of a slightly different length, so the music never quite repeats itself (or at least, not for a very, very long time).
I then slowed down the left channel of the stereo mix ever so slightly so that on the second track, 'Interamnia', the music starts of at the same point but slowly drifts apart. On the first track, 'Ceres', the music starts off drifted apart but meets in the very middle of the track, only to drift apart again by the same degree by the end of the track.

The two tracks follow my tradition of naming tracks after objects in the Solar System. Ceres and 704 Interamnia are large asteroids.

The original version of this album, entitled Nine was eventually released 3 years after this album. You can find more details and download that here.

Released 23 May 2012.

All music and art by The Ambient Visitor at MCos, Manchester.
Original version produced February 2013.
Remastered version produced April 2016.

Reviews of Complex Silence 24

A note on "Nine" which was chosen to be part of the Complex Silence Series #24, it is an absolutely great work! I'd recommend checking out all the Complex Silence Series. There are currently 40 releases.

Brian Bourassa on Bandcamp

About The Ambient Visitor

The Ambient Visitor

Deep and mysterious longform ambient music.

The music is generative:
Each note plays in a loop. The length of each loop is slightly different so while the music may vary slightly, it never quite repeats itself.

I also make music under the name Bing Satellites, The Lovely Moon, Ghost Harmonics and Blocker.