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Δαβίδ I'm finding my self lost in these generative tone flows... Blissful!
Brian Bourassa
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Brian Bourassa If you like Bing Satallites, then perhaps one of the "alter-ego's" of Brian Coleman...this being The Ambient Visitor, may also be of interest.

With this first release you are transported to the edges of our solar system, where soothing deep drones and wispy hollow washes take you to a very calm and relaxing place.

There are 13 releases and I hope to get to them all. And if they are all as good as this one, then I have some spectacular journey's ahead of me!
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Extended and remastered version of the first album.

The original version was split into seven parts entitled Orcus, Vanth, Ixion, Pluto, Teharonhiawako, Sawiskera and Huya.

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.

Please note the pricing of this album. This has been done to enable listeners to purchase my entire discography in one go.

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released August 25, 2011

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

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

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The Ambient Visitor Manchester, UK

Blissful and mysterious longform ambient music.

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