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Steve M
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Avebury Soundscapes
Oct 14, 2017, 23:59
The sequel to my book 'Exploring Avebury: The Essential Guide' is now available!
This time I wanted to explore Avebury's mystical aspect, but instead of writing about it, I've made an album of music.
'Avebury Soundscapes' can be previewed for free, and downloaded for £7 from Bandcamp: https://aveburysoundscapes.bandcamp.com/
I also have a limited number of physical CDs, which will go on sale in several shops around Avebury next week (details to follow.)
The album features overtone singing, theremins, and Proto-Indo-European - a language spoken from 4000 BC. Many of the sounds were binaurally recorded, producing full surround sound for listeners using headphones. (It still sounds great on speakers).
Steve xxx
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tjj
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Edited Oct 15, 2017, 09:19
Re: Avebury Soundscapes
Oct 15, 2017, 08:59
Steve M wrote:
The sequel to my book 'Exploring Avebury: The Essential Guide' is now available!
This time I wanted to explore Avebury's mystical aspect, but instead of writing about it, I've made an album of music.
'Avebury Soundscapes' can be previewed for free, and downloaded for £7 from Bandcamp: https://aveburysoundscapes.bandcamp.com/
I also have a limited number of physical CDs, which will go on sale in several shops around Avebury next week (details to follow.)
The album features overtone singing, theremins, and Proto-Indo-European - a language spoken from 4000 BC. Many of the sounds were binaurally recorded, producing full surround sound for listeners using headphones. (It still sounds great on speakers).
Steve xxx


Excellent work Steve x
goffik
goffik
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Re: Avebury Soundscapes
Oct 19, 2017, 15:13
I've only just got around to listening to this - it's really very good indeed! Nice one, Steve! :)

G x
Steve M
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Re: Avebury Soundscapes
Oct 22, 2017, 00:40
Cheers Goffik!
There's now a video for 'Great Circle' with historic footage of solstices past - Terry, Gordon, The Kings Drums etc.

https://youtu.be/MdNppoOBaFw
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