Powerline is the second Pond album. I'm still working on it, so there is no continuous mix download. The final running order is undecided.
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|-||Fifty Time Lucky|
|MP3 files at 128kbps, each a stand-alone track.|
|A low quality MP3 track for previews.|
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Ampcast genre: Electronic > Ambient
Ampcast plays: 1007
Ampcast downloads: 573
A quiet introduction track; city streets at 3:00am.
Ampcast genre: Electronic > Game
Ampcast plays: 777
Ampcast downloads: 518
Upbeat, bouncy electronic track. Percussion from a Triton Rack; strings from Tom 1501 analogue synth with layered patch from Supernova; everything else from a Supernova II, with lots of subsequent munging in Cubase. Original sequencing in MelIDI.
Melodic electronica. Main melody inspired by a demo track I heard some time ago; obvious Jarre influence throughout. This is the first track I've produced entirely on OS X with Logic Studio 8 and various software instruments.
Melodic electronica. The melody is inspired by Oxygene V. Produced entirely on OS X with Logic Studio 8 and various software instruments. Exclusive preview play featured in the last Audio Coffee show before Christmas (thanks for the airplay, Abi!).
Sequencer driven electronica. An early version of this track had been around for several months with airplay in January from Mivo's Music Café on Elec Radio (thanks MiVo!). A few finishing touches needed to be made before the official release in April. Lots more software synthesis and various background effects from a set of MiniDisc-based ambient sound recordings I made several years ago.