Pulse Eternal | Introspection

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Introspection

by Pulse Eternal

70s and 80s Berlin School style electronic journey featuring vintage and modern analog and digital synthesizers and pulsating analog step sequencers reminiscent of well known German and French electronic artists.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. O Jerusalem
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2. Run the Race
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3. Under the Fig Tree
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4. Book of Remembrance
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5. Ghost Train
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6. No More Pain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The music you will hear on this album is the result of a journey into electronic music composition that began in 1984 with a Roland Juno 6 synthesizer, a four track Studiomaster cassette multitrack and an Akai stereo open reel deck. Since then, the Pulse Eternal studio has grown to include a vast array of analog and digital synthesizers, analog step sequencers, high end recording systems and a full 3D, third order Ambisonic recording and mixing setup.
The music of Pulse Eternal is inspired by electronic music pioneers such as Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk as well as progressive rock groups and artists such as Pink Floyd, Genesis, Mike Oldfield and the later recordings of The Beatles.
If you can picture the pulsing lights of the Moog 960 sequencers and modular systems of Tangerine Dream in the mid to late 70s, you'll get a pretty solid idea of what most heavily inspires Pulse Eternal.

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