Mystified - Amalgam FLAC album
Style: Dark Ambient, Abstract, Drone, Experimental, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1939 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1757 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1476 mb
Other Formats: VQF MMF MP3 AUD AA DTS WMA
Mystified's homepage : ww. ystifiedmusic. A truly mesmerizing blend of the Amalgam sounds. Who are the Tribe? Whoever they are, they are master audio engineers.
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|7||Hear The Wind Blow||4:56|
|13||Camels And Planes||4:44|
|14||Rubber Baby 2||5:05|
|15||Shortwave Chamber 2||4:54|
|17||Tenuous Vibrations Edit||4:08|
|23||Into Static 3||4:33|
|31||Science In Reverse||3:53|
|32||Shake Your Can||3:16|
|33||Shake Your Can 2||3:28|
NotesFrom the release's page at the Internet Archive:
""Amalgam" is a large collection of early audio experiments created by mystified, mostly during the year 2006. Granulated synthesis, strange looping techniques, shortwave, AM radio, household objects, and other techniques and sources were used.
These works were all slated for release, but due to technical, financial, or other reasons, most tracks were never successfully introduced.
Some of these are quite primitive, while more are like complete songs.
Thomas of mystified would like to encourage musicians to use sounds they like from "Amalgam" in their own compositions (providing due credit, of course). Others are welcome simply to listen, possibly while giggling, screaming, or shaking their heads."