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Berkdrums Brin you are truly a king of ambient. Without a doubt in my top 5 of favorite ambient-artists. My latest discovery is The Ambient Visitor.. after a long time since I've known him as Bing Satellites. Why? Because I almost only buy CD's instead of downloads-only. This is such a shame I think that these jewels of albums are not available on CD (yet..).. these washes of beautiful sounds, floating straight to your soul... wish they would go on for hours on end, no way these tracks are repetitive!
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Brian Bourassa Although pleasant to listen to, I am finding this particular piece a bit less compelling that the previous three. The repetitive nature of this work, along with the minimal "voices" in it make it a bit hum-drum, especially at a hour long.


Our fourth album of deep and mysterious longform ambient music, now extended and remastered.

The original version was split into nine parts entitled
Chiron, Pholus, Nessus, Asbolus, Chariklo, Hylonome, Elatus, Thereus and Pelion.

The music is generative:
each note is played in a long loop, the length of each loop if different for each note. So although the music may seem to vary only slightly, it never quite repeats itself.


released September 22, 2011

Written & produced by The Ambient Visitor
at MCos, Manchester.

Original version produced in August 2011.
Remastered version produced in September 2013.




The Ambient Visitor Manchester, UK

Blissful and mysterious longform ambient music.

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